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The spirit of a new Kentucky permeates this, the 1931 presentation of the Kentuckian. The senior class, standing at the very beginning of a new era, looks forward through the changing spectrum of today to the future which is ours, and in a manner known only to youth, has visualized that future in the pages of this year book.
This changing world will greet us as we leave the safe and friendly confines of our campus; so, with the unconquerable spirit of youth we have attempted to depict the future of this volume, hoping to 'prepare ourselves to meet it, squarely and unafraid.
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University
Classes
Features
Organizations
Athletics
Activities
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 DEDICAT1OR
To Frederick Paul Anderson, dean of the College of Engineering, University of Kentucky; for more than a generation in the forefront of educators in America engaged in the training of engineers; a leader of men, imbued with that genuine sympathy for his fellows that has led him to sacrifice much for their well-being; whose vision of a greater Kentucky, and through her and by her aid, if not indeed by her leadership, a greater nation; whose fine sense of justice and abiding impulse toward kindness have singled him out as a man revered by manly men; whose loyalty to our Alma Mater throughout the most fruitful years of a tense and forceful life, have been the generous envy and the admiration of his comrades, this yearbook of 1931 is affectionately dedicated. UNIVERSITY  When Greek
Meets ~              Greek
When Greek meets Greek, no matter where or when, They forge a chain, the fellowship of men-Too strong or true for words of tongue or pen; Knowing that each other has been a chosen man, Knowing that each other is scion of a clan, Though each has worshipped at an alien shrine, Back in the dear old days of Auld Lang Syne.
When Greek meets Greek, it is no matter where The Stranger comes from, we are welcome there Although our badge be cross, or shield, or square. For hearts beat ever high and handclasps true, Though Sigma Chi be he, or Sigma Nu, Phi Delt, Phi Gam, or Deke;
And college dreams that bless and sometimes burn, Like half-forgotten memories return, When Greek meets Greek.
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[Page 10 AN INVITING SPOT MAIN DRIVE 
MEMORIAL HALL MAXWELL PLACE President Frank LeRond TTlcUeq
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CAMPUS LAKE
in the Morrill Act which was passed by the National Congress in 1862. This act provided for the division of certain public lands among the states in proportion to their representation in Congress, and stated that these lands were to be used for the founding and maintenance of at least one college specializing in agriculture and mechanic arts. Kentucky's 330,000 acre land endowment was sold for the small sum of $165,-000. The Agricultural and Mechanical College was thus forced to make its start in 1865 united with Kentucky University, now Transylvania. This union was broken in 1880 and with the aid of a small state tax and the donation of a 52 acre city park and $50,000 by Lexington and Fayette county, the college began life practically anew.    It was this revived A. and M. College
A. & M. COLLEGE BUILDING
cause of liberty." Thus our University stands on the land of the pioneer who paid this great tribute to the American Revolution. John and Sarah Maxwell, the first newly-weds in Lexington fort, were also the first to venture out of its protective bounds to build their log home where Patterson Hall now stands. Maxwell's Woods covered what is now our campus, and was the fair ground and favorite picnicking place of early Lexingtonians, but it has as well more sombre memories since soldiers were mobilized here for the nation's greatest struggles. The seed of origin of the University of Kentucky may be found, as with most state universities.
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OLD MAXWELL SPRING
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NATURAL SCIENCE BUILDING
which appeared on the crest of the hill which was once Maxwell's Woods, to grow under the guiding hand of President James Kennedy Patterson. The college consisted of a main building, now the Administration building; a dormitory, now White Hall; and the president's home, now tenanted by Prof. Walter K. Patterson. With the addition of the College of Law the name was changed to State College of Kentucky in 1908; and, in 1918, with the appointment of Pres. Frank LeRond McVey, it was given the broader name, University of Kentucky. The present University, which is still growing rapidly under the watchful eye of President McVey, includes the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Agriculture, the College of Engineering, the College of Law, the College of Education, the College of Commerce, and the Grad-
uate School. Let us stroll through the broad gate into our campus and note the various parts of this great factory called the University of Kentucky. Before us is the old Education building, now used in the production of historians, welfare workers, and philosophers, while located in its depths is the Extension Department, the binding post from which lines of contact run to all parts of the state. Continuing up the drive, we mark the Armory and Alumni Hall whose products are soldiers by the squadful and healthy Christian young men and women, for these are the centers for the Military Department, the Department of Athletics for Women, the Y. W., and Y. M. C. A. The Administration building, now shorn of its cupola and covered with vines, is the engine giving forth all executive power. It contains the offices  of  the  president  and  deans  of men and
WHITE HALL

MEN'S GYMNASIUM BUILDING
women. Here are the halls where strings of raw material await their first contact with the factory in the form of the registrar's and business offices. Above, near the silent enclosure of the reading room, Teutonic tongues speak of beer and pretzels, and future politicians hover like swallows under the eaves of the great building. Continuing on our way, we note a knot of students arguing day in and day out they are the lawyers and judges of tomorrow and this is the Law building, once used by the chemists, when that department was in embryo. All graduate roads lead to the Natural Science building with the Graduate School in its foundations, the first floor writhing with snakes, the next full of skeletons and rocks, and the next wild with waggling tonguesRomance tongues.    What is this building which is enter-
Pntje 171 ed by students with sore thumbs and haggard faces? The first go to the Hygiene Clinic, the latter go on upstairs to the Psychology Department and Bureau of Personnel. It is Neville Hall, once a dormitory, now a body and brain hospital. Across the campus is another of the old dormitories and one of the original buildings, White Hall, from which emerge shrewd business men. If we go back of the building we will find blossoming botanists slipping out that way to visit the botanical garden. Looking down upon the lower campus, we note the Memorial Stadium and in the place where the old campus lake once rippled we see the Men's Gymnasium. Who are these aesthetic men we discern wandering among the athletes? Oh. they are future futuristic artists who have strayed from their Art Center, perhaps in search

NEW EDUCATION BUILDING
nation in the World War. Nearby is that part of the plant which turns out the sons of the soil which have made Kentucky so famous, the Agricultural building. As a by-product we have wives who can cook. Opposite the Administration building is land that was once a workhouse quarry, and in turn a dump, but has now evoluted far enough to turn out tillers of the fertile brain. Here stands the beautiful new Teachers' Training building. Returning to the heart of the campus, we stop to look again at that little gem, the old library. Beyond it we see rising, immense, the new library, the latest triumph of President McVey. When this first half of the million-volume library is completed, the old building will be transformed into a museum, keeping alive by-gone days just as the campus will always treasure and keep alive by-gone memories.
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WENDT HALL
of the girls' dormitories which lie beside it. As an artist enters the art building we wonder if he could be an actor in the little theater. Re-crossing the campus, a grotesque figure catches our eye. It is the replica of an old iron monger's sign in Assisi and is hung before the entrance to Wendt Forge Shop. Future engineers, but present dirty faced lads, run through its rooms and those of Mechanical Hall and other associated buildings. In the vicinity are shops which manufacture miners, physicists, civil engineers, chemists, mathematicians, journalists, and novelists. We pause for tea at Maxwell Place, the president's residence, and then pass on to the home of blessed sleep, the men's dormitories. This spire rising before us is that of Memorial Hall, a tribute to those men who turned from intellectual training to  answer the call of the
OLD LIBRARY BUILDING
\Page 18 CLASSES
 ^^  cl.
History of Class of
(By Pat Rankini
JHE CLASS OF 1931 is by far the moat notable and brilliant class that has ever been graduated by the University of Kentucky. It is a characteristic, true of all classes, and it is to be feared that the iniqui-tious schemers of 1932 will supplant our high place and obliterate our glory. If it failed in this it would not be a normal aggregation of intellectual neophytes. It would go down in history as a dismal failure and mar the beauty of an otherwise harmonious ascension.
In 1927 a heterogeneous group of innocent children of unbroken faith found their devious ways to this University in a hope of quenching their thirst for knowledge and satisfying their diverse desires for intellectual achievement at a cataract of erudition. After a residence of two or three short years they discovered to their dismay that they were living in an intellectual Sahara containing an occasional oasis wherein dwelt a teacher giving abundantly to all who came seeking his aid. They learned that they were the victims of an hierarchy of Ph. D.'s and their ignominious assistants.
Despite these seemingly insuperable difficulties we have brushed a rough exterior until it shines and sparkles, not too brilliantly, but with a persistent permanence which will stand us well in a world which is neither good nor evil, but hard and appallingly indifferent.
When a score of years has passed the surviving members of the Class of '31 may occasionally reminisce. Some may even come back and find themselves woefully out of place, for Kentucky is an ever changing matrix of various dimensions, suitable to the necessities of the moment.
\Page 20  Class (Officers
BILL YOUNG
President Business Mgr.  Kentuckian
MARGARET CUNDIPP Vice-president
MILDRED LITTLE Secretary
CHARLES REIDINGER Treasurer
PRANCES HOLLIDAY Giftorian
PAT GRIGSBY
MAE BRYANT Poet
MORTON WALKER Prophet
REX ALLISON Editor Kentuckian
PAT RANKIN Historian  (No picture)
Page 21] ARTS ATID SCIETICES COLLEQE
ALFRED J. ANDREWS, JR. A. B.
W. E. ANNA  AXA A. B.
WOODPORD ATHERTON A. B.
FRANCES BARKER
A. B. w. A. A.
M.L.BARNES  'I'KT A. B.
ROBERT T. BAUGHMAN   KA
A. B. Football    29
F. LOUISA BICKEL KA A. B.
Mortar Board.   Pan-Hellenic Council
EDWARD F. BEESE A. B.
ELIZABETH BOND X<2 A. B.
JOHN D. BREEDING   ATA A. B.
Lexington
Ashland
Livermore
Lexington
Beaver Dam
Stanford
Huntington. W. Va.
Toledo, Ohio
Elizabethtown
Lexington
MAE BRAYANT   ZTA                                     Louisville
A. B.
Mortar Board.    Fleur-de-lis Club.    W. S. G. A.,    W. A. C. \V. A. A..  Guignol. Rifle Team, English Club
[Page 22 MALINDABUSH KKI' A. B.	Lexington
E. R. CADDEN  2N A. B.	Greenup
HAYS B. CALLIHAN A. B. Glee Club. Band,  Guignol	Kimbrell
DOROTHY D. CARR Bi:O A. B. XA'i> es'i'	Lexington
KATHERINE D. CARR A. B. XA* President Phi Sigma Pi	Lexington
RICHARD C. CARR A. B.	Depoy
MARY C. CARTER B. S. in Music Co-ed Band;   Glee Club.   French Club	Lexington
JOECHENAULT   *AB A. B.	Richmond
ELIZABETH D. CLO A. B.	Baldwin. N. Y.
NAT COHEN  TEII B. S.	Lexington
JAMES W. COLLIER   i:AE A. B. Band	Paris
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Page 23] LEROY COMBS  2K A. B.
J. EDWIN CONBOY A. B.
Kernel,  Kentuckian
Prestonsburg
South Bend, Ind.
iAX
JOE PRANK CONLEY MA
CALLIE D. ELMORE A. B.
MORRIS FARBER B. S.
MABEL C. FISHER
A. B. Co-ed Band.   Glee Club
WILEY L. FORMAN A. B.
Band
NUMIA L. FOUTS A. B.
GLADYS GARNETT A. B.
[ME W. A. A. Council,   W. A. A. Numeral
R.J.GIBSON   1IKA
A. B. SuKy,  Captain Track Team
EVA BELLE GORDON A. B.
MARJORY C. GOULD A. B.
Spanish Club,  Glee Club
Irvine
Lexington
Millersburg
Lexington
Russell
Lexington
Cincinnati. Ohio
Lexington
East Hartlord. Conn.
I
Page 25] FRED GROSS   'I'AO A. B.
MARY VIRGINIA HAILEY  KA A. B.
 i
Hazard
Cincinnati, Ohio
ers* iB
W. A. A. Cabinet, Glee Club, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. French Club, Philosophian. Stollers, Ahna Magna Mater, Kernel. Kentuckian. History Club. Mortar Board. Pan-Politikon. W. A. C.
MARY VIVIAN HAINES ASA A. B.
LLOYD ELLIS HAMILTON A. B.
BERYL M. HARDY
Ewing
Skagg.s
Lexington
I>B
B. S. in Music President Girls' Band,   Glee Club.   French Club
ELIZABETH L. HARTNELL A. B.
JACK D. HAYS  i:X A. B.
Pre-Medical Society
Cheltenham, Md.
McKee
i'Bll
MARY GRACE HEAVENRIDGE X<>         Spencer, Ind.
B. s. in Music
Stroller Eligible
Greenville, Miss.
i\. a.
Associate Editor Kentuckian,  Spanish Club,  History Club, Y. W. C. A., Stroller Eligible. Philosophian. Kernel, Class
PRANCES HENRY  KA A. B.
Editor Kentuckian
PRANCES L, HOLLIDAY A. B.
Jackson
92*
Mortar Board. Kernel, Kentuckian. Stoller, Managing Editor Kernel,   Giitorian,  W. A. C,  N. C. P. A.
MARY COLE HOLLOW AY KK1'
A. B.
Lexington
{Page 26 MORRIS R. HOLTZCLAW A. B.
Lancaster
CALLOWAY CRAWFORD HOSKINS   AX    Beattyville
A. B.
Senior Football Manager '31.    National President Blackguard
HALLIE HOWARD AZA A. B.
MARGARET HOWARD  AAA A. B.
Cynthiana
Harlan
KENNETH A. HOWE                                      Lexington
Campus Club.  Pitkin Club '29-'30-'31,  Henry Clay Law Society '30-'31.
LEONORA ALICE HOWE B. S.
BALLARD HUNTER A. B.
LUCIAN WHITMORE IMES  'I'KT A. B.
HUGH R. JACKSON   <\<^ Lances
MARTHA KENDALL JOLLY A. B.
EDNA JONES A PA
Lexington
Woods
Almo
Lexington
Pairfield
Lexington
 GLEN E.JONES   IIK-1> A. B. AIIM Pre Medical Society,   Baseball	Lexington
WILLIAM J. KARRAKER SHE B. s.	Dongola, 111.
CATHERINE L. KATTERJOHN A. B. Vice-piesident W. S. G. A.	Paducah
R. JOE KEE  AX A. B. Tennis Team,  Strollers	Lexington
KATHERYN KENNEDY X<> A. B. Stroller Eligible,  President W. S. G. A.,  W. A.	Barbourville c.
HARRIET KERSLAKE A. B. XA'1>	Paris
ALICE KEYS A. B.	Murray
ERNEST W.KIRK B. s. Scabbard and Blade,   Major R. O. T. C.	Philpot
JOHN SHAW KIRK A. B.	Owensbovo
GLADYS KIRKLAND A. B.	Lexington
PAULINE LACY A. B. Wesleyan College,  Macon Georgia,  1, 2,   and	Lexington 3
[Page 28 PERCY HALEY LANDRUM A. B.
SAX Kernel Staff '59-'30-'31
KENNETH L. LARME   ~BZ
A. B.
Captain Golf Team '28-'29-'3O,    U. K. GolI Champion '29, Intramural Golf Champion '27,   Men's Glee Club '29.
MILDRED LITTLE ZTA                             Calvert City
A. B.
SuKy '28-'29-'30-'31,  Secretary SuKy'30-'31. Phi Beta'28-29-'30-'31.   Glee Club   27-'28
MILDRED PRANCES McCLURE          Mt. Washington
A. B.
J. L. McCORD  *AB                                       Winchester
A. B.
ELIZABETH LUSH MCDOWELL   Bi:O               Pisgah
B. s. Girls' Glee Club. Co-ed Band. Le Cercle Prancais. y. W. C. A.
MARY LOUISE MCDOWELL A. B.
 Pisgah
Mortar Board, Co-ed Band, Glee Club, French Club, English Club, Y. W. C. A.
ALVINMcGAREY #2K                                 Lexington
A. B.
PEARL LOUISE McINTYRE                            Paducah
A. B. Bethel Women's College,   Glee Club.   U. K. Choir
CATHERINE McKENNA                                Lexington
B. S.
LEON WALLACE McMURRAY                      Lexington
A. B.
Associate Editor of Kernel,    President ol Sigma Delta Chi. Sports Editor of 1931 Kentuckian,   Baseball

Page 29 I THEODORE P. MANTZ  AXA
A. B. Rifle Team, Letters
LELA S. MASON l> BK
ANDREW J. MIDDLETON A. B.
UBI1 Pryor Pre-Medical Society.    President Omega Beta Pi
Harlan
ELLEN MINIHAN A. B.
Society Editor Kernel
Lexington
Lexington
KIRK B. MOBERLY KA
A. B.
Y. M. C. A.. Stroller Eligible. Head Cheer Leader, Glee Club, Pan-Hellenic, Black Guard Pusileers, Spanish Club, 2nd Lieutenant R. O. T. C.
JOHNEPPS  AS'I' B. S.
JAMES MOORE
B. S. B. and B. Club
Lexington
HaiTOdsburg
IPage 30 
CHARLES MORRELL B. S.
RITA MOUNT A. B.
AX-
Stanford
Lexington
Dayton
JOHN E. MURPHY 'I>KT
A. B. Baseball, Basketball. Keys. Lamp and Cross, Kernel Staff
CHARLES S. NAHM A. B.
MARGARET O'CONNELL A. B.
I'B
OWEN S. OGDEN
A. B. Keys,   Pryor Pre-Medical Society
CHARLES W. PALMETER A. B.
i.'BII Pryor Pre-Medical Society
MABEL ALEENE PALMORE A. E.
ROBERT PENNINGTON IN A. B.
Bowling Green
Lexington
Winchester
Winchester
Lexington
London
KATHERINE HUNTER PHELPS                  Cloverport
A. B.
92'!' XA Mortar Board,   Kernel Stall1,   Guignol Theater Staff
HENRY TASKER POLK B. S.
Lexington
AX-

 JOHN HANNA PREWITT KA A. B.
QBE   2H Lances,   President Pre-Medical Society
Madisonville
Lexington
Lexington
Burgin
JAMES POWELL a. B.
JOHN IRVINE PRATHER
A. 3. Campus Club,   Pryor Pre-Medical Society
RUBY MAY PROCTOR A. B.
NOLAN E. RICE A. B.
MARY LOU RENAKER KA                          Burlington
A. B.
Y. W. C. A.,   Stroller,   Kernel,   Junior Prom Queen,   Ken-tuekian.  Co-ed Band,  Pan-Hellenic.  W. A. C.
Bellevue
ANNA P. RICHARDSON X< A. B.
Lexington
Henderson
THOMAS L. RILEY   I1KA
A. B.
Strollers, Guignol, Men's Student Council, Pan-Hellenic, Kernel, Kentuckian, Head Announcer University Radio Station
MILDRED O. ROBARDS
A. B. Pitkin Club,  W. A. A.
JACK ROGERS A. B.
EDITH M.RUPARD A. B.
HS* W. S. D. A.,   Student Council
Lexington
Lexington
Richmond
\Pqge .32. CHARLES M. RUSSELL   i! A. B.
Ashland
HENRIETTA H. SHERWOOD A1U                      Ewing
A. B,
Stroller Eligible. SuKy, Treasurer of W. S. G. A., Co-ed Band, Secretary of Political Science Forum, Kernel Staff. Y. W. C. A.
SAM SHIPLEY
Track "28-"30
MILDRED SCHUTE A. B.
ERNEST GERALD SKAGGS A. B.
WILLIS A. SMITH A. B.
EDNA SMITH 62*
A. B. Assistant Editor of Kernel. Kehtuckian
AUBREY L. SPARKS A. B.
JOHN STABLER SPRAGUE AX1' B. s.
Sturgis
Ottumwa, Iowa
Terryville
Vicco
Lexington
Martha
Lexington
MAY GORDON SQUIRES  ZTA                     Lexington
A. B. Glee Club.  W. A. A.,  Y. W. C. A..  Spanish Club
LUCILLE STAILEY Al'A                               Lexington
A. B.
Pnqe 33] ANITA WELLS STAMPER                                Stanton
A. B.
ELIZABETH B. STEWART ZTA                   Lexington
A. B.
ALBERT L. STOPPEL Ki:                          Racine, Wis.
A. B.
SAX Lump and Cross,  Baseball,  Editor Kampus Kat
HARRIS M. SULLIVAN   11KA            Union City, Tenn.
b. s.

Band,   Kernel.   Football
ELEANOR SWEARINGEN X< > A. B.
92* XA<1>
Strollers,   Kentuckian,   R. O. T. C. Sponsor,   Pan-Hellenic. Y. W. C. A.. W. A. C, Alma Magna Mater
Paris
WINIFRED SWEENEY A. B.
HELEN TABB A. B.
Lexington
Sonora
iME
EDITH THOMAS ZTA                                   Lexington
A. B.
Strollers.   SuKy.   Pan-Hellenic,   Vice-president Freshman Class
LOUIS A. TOTH
A. B. Football,  Baseball
RAY L. TRAUTMAN
A. B. Campus Club
Lexington
Lexington
WILLIAM D. TROTT ATA                     Evansville, Ind.
A. B. Basketball, Baseball. Lances, Scabbard and Blade
[Pn.de 34 
EMILY C. TURNER A. B.
SARAH UTTERBACH
A. B. W. A. A.
I'M I"']
BERTRAM C. VANARSDALE   1AE B. S.
CLARENCE L. WALDRON A. B.
CLAUDE IVAN WALKER ATA A. B.
ME Gui9;nol Players
MAURINE WIALKER B. S.
Winchester
Lexington
Louisville
Clay City
Corkslin'
Lexington
MORTON WALKER 'I>KT                               Hartford
A. B.
Kampus Kat, Associate EditorKentuckian, President Y. M. C. A., Editor "K" Book, News Editor Kernel, Associate Editor Kernel, Men's Dormitory Council, President, Vice-President Pan Politikon, Class Prophet
MARY K. WALSH A. B.
MARY C. WATSON A. B.
LOUISE WHEELER AZA
A. B. Stroller Eligible, History Club
NANCY MARIE WHITE A. B.
Paris
Paducah
Lexington
Williamsburg
Pac/e 351 HOWARD G. WILLIAMS A2'l> A. B.
OAK
Football.   Keys.   Lances
HAROLD C. WILLIAMS KA
B. S. Glee Club,  Male Quartette
AX1-
FANNIE CURLE WOODHEAD
A. B. Kernel
IMOGENE YOUNG B. S.
Lexington
Lexington
Cynthiana
Lexington
Mortar Board.    Glee Club.    Co-ed Band.    Pan Politikon. French Club
DAVID W. YOUNG   I IK A                               Lexington
B. s.
Track
IMA   AXi
COLLEQE OF AQRICULTURE E. D. BAUTE                                                   Lexington
B. S.
CHRISTINE BLAKEMAN                           Buena Vista
B. s.
Y. W. C. A..    W. A  A..    Home Economics Club.   University 4-H Club
JOE B. BROWN
B. S. Block and Bridle
Luretha
C. M. CHRISTIE  4>SK
B. s. Rifle Team,   winner William Randolph Hearst Trophy
Lexington
ERMA L. COX B. S.
JOHN COCHRAN
B. S. Y. M. C. A.
Frankfort
Marion
\Paqe 36 WILLIAM B. COLLINS B. s.
Lexington
ANNA CULTON                                              Parksville
b. s.
Sec. Home Ec. Club.   Agriculture Society,   4-H Scholarship Cup, Psi Upsilon Oniicron
JOHN BUPORD COBB B. S.	Owenton
CARRIE PRIPE DICKERSON B. s.	Lexington
JOHN ARVID DUNCAN B. S. Onmpu.s Club	Tompkinsville
GIVEN DYE B. s. Football, Block and Bridle AZ	Ewing
ELIZABETH M.GOPP B. S.	Somerset
WILSON RAY HOOVER B. s. Murray State Teachers College	Calvert City
MAY HUTCHINSON B. S.	Ripley, Ohio
LYNN JEFFRIES AFP B. s. Scabbard and Blade	Columbia
IVAN L. JETT B. S. Swine Judging Team	Richmond
Page 37] LILLION G. JOHNSON B. S.
H. P. KIRKMAN AAi:
B. S. Ag. Society,  Kernel Adv. Staff
LOUISE LAPSLEY B. S.
J. L. LECKY
B. S. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Pilkin Club
G. B. LEONARD B. S.
THOMAS A. LEWIS   AI'P
B. S. Football Reserve
Lexington
Lexington
McAfee
Little Cypress
Comishville
Finchville
EUGENE MAY AA9                                       Lexington
B. S.
Agricultural Society,  Home Ec. Club,  Wesleyan College Pieran Society
THEODORE MILBY
B. S. Univ. 4-H Scholarship Club,    Block and Bridle Club
Buffalo
IDAH MUNICH B. S.
JESSE G. McANELLY B. S.
JAMES H. MOORE B. S.
Lexington
Bradfordsville
Lexington
[Page 38 JAMES NEWMAN B. S.
MARY KATHERINE RIGGINS B. s.
ELIZABETH L. ROBINSON B. S.
NANCY BROWN SCRUGHAM AAH B. S.
Mortar Board
MARY OPAL SCROGGIN B. S.
MARTHA MARY SMITH B. S.
DUDLEY SMITH APP B. S.
Lexington
Harrodsburg
Owensboro
Lexington
Mason
Hartford
Campbellsville
President of Alpha Zeta.    Student Council.     4-H Scholarship Cup,   President of Ag. Society
RUSSELL SMITH B. S.
ELIZABETH SPEARS
B. S. Home Ec. Society,  Ag. Society
WILLIAM C. SURVANT B. S.
AZ
Block and Bridle,   Haggln Memorial Contest
WILLIAM CONBOY THURMOND B. s.
Winchester
Winchester
Owensboro
Blackford
Page 39. SEYMOUR E. TRAVIS
B. S. Block and Bridle Club, Agriculture Society
Little Cypress
JEWEL A.WHEELER                                            Salem
B. s. Vice-president Agriculture Society,    Block and Bridle Club
HELEN E. WINSLOW B. S.
Chapanoke, N. C.
ARTHUR A. WILLIAMS                                 Scottsville
B. S.
Winner Freshmen Stock Judging Contest, High Standing Freshman Military, Second in Louis E. Hagan Essay Contest
CHARLES S. WHITE   AFP B. S.
AZ
YANDALL WRATHER B. S.
Paris
Murray
COLLEQE OF COTiUTlERCE
REX ALLISON ZAE                                   Birmingham
B. S. in Commerce
OAK  A2H
Lamp and Cross. Editor Kentuckian, President Strollers, Ma lor R. O. T. C, Scabbard and Blade, Varsity Letter, Rifle Team, President Student Council, Chairman Publications Board,  President   SAE
GUY C. BAIRD B. S.
JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, JR.   KA
A2II B. S.
JAMES C. COLEMAN. JR.  KA B. S.
WILLIAM H. CUNDIPF  1BZ B. S.
A2H a
Student Council
Morganfield
Stanford
O'Bannon
Drakesboro
[Page 40 E. E. DURAND. JR.   2SN B. S.
IMA
ROBERT JEROME EDWARDS   A XA
B. s. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet
RUTH M. PRASER B. S.
Louisville
Ashland
Harrodsburg
AUSTIN H. GRESHAM  ^BZ                           Eddyville
B. s. President of Sigma Beta Xi,    President Delta Sigma Pi
M. E. HELENE B. S.
HARVEY G. HODGES B. S.
LAWRENCE L. McGINNIS Football. Basketball
LOUIS McGINNIS
Basketball,   Scabbard and Blade
NICHOLAS W. MEDLEY  2 B. S.
GIRDLER NOR.FLEET B. S.
WILLIAM L. POLOT B. s.
TEH
Salamanca. N. Y.
Lewisport
Lexington
Lexington
Owensboro
Somerset
Cleveland. Ohio
Page 41] GLENN PRINCE AiM' B. S.
All! Scabbard and Blade, Baseball Manager
MENTOR L. REVELL  iBr
B. S. Glee Club
H. G. RITTER  i:BZ
B. S. Band
Eddyville
Louisville
Louisville
LORINGROUSH K2                                      Louisville
B. S. "K" Intramural Manager,    President Kappa Sigma
NORMER L, ROYSE  Al'P B. S.
EUGENE C. ROYSE >l>i:K B. s.
West Point, Miss.
Maysville
President <|>MA, Strollers, Philharmonic Orchestra. Kernel. Salon Orchestra, Orchestra of "Local Color", Glee Club. Vice-president Pan-Hellenic
JOE A. RUTTENCUTTER, JR. iBZ               Covington
B. S.
AA2
President Pitkin Club, Y. M. C. A., Freshman Cross Country. Varsity Track, SuKy
JAMES R. SANDERS AT<> B. S.
ANDREW SHAVER B. S.
FORREST L. SMITH B. S.
PRANCYS SMITH B. S.
ash
Sanders
Greenville
Fordsville
Lexington
[Page 42 G. R. TEBRILL  $2K B. S.	Elizabethtown
DAVID S. TIBBALS   IIKA B. s.	Somerset
Georgetown College,   Student Council ash	
RALPH G. WOOD ALL  IIKA B. s. A2IT Lances.  Scobbard and Blade,  Blackguard	Somerset
JOHN P. YOUNG B. S. Band	Paris
COLLEQE OF ETiqillEERmQ	
R. F. ADAMS B. S. in M. E.	
ROBERT C. ALDRICH B. s. in C. E. TBII Campus Club,   A. S. C. E.	Bellevue
CHARLES L. ARNOLD B. S. in M. E.	Paint Lick
A. S. M. E.,   A. S. E. E.	
WILLIAM D. BARTLETT B. S. in M. E.	Hickman
HARRY BLANTON B. S. in M. E. and E. E. Football	Richmond
BERYL P. BOGARDUS B. S. in M. E. I'MA  TBII	Warsaw
ESTILL C. BRANDERBURGH B. s. in Min.	College Hill
Page 43] CHARLIE P. BROWN B. S. ill C. E.
TBII
THEODORE C. BROWN B. S. ill M. E.
FRANCIS BRUCKER
B. S. in M. E. Football. Baseball
HARRY W. CARLOSS
B. S. ill M. E. and E. E.
EDWIN L. CHRISTERSON B. S. in M. E.
LESLIE O. CLEVELAND B. S. in M. E.
TBII A. I.E.E.,  Sect.   A. S. M.E.,   1st Lt. R. O. T. C.
GLENN LAWRENCE CORYELL AX                Paducah
B. S. in M. E.
Freshman Football.    Dicker Engineering Society.    A. S. M. E.. A. I. E. E.
Clay
Ashland
Louisville
Hopkinsville
Lexington
Versailles
STANLEY COMBS
B. S. in C  E. A. S. C. E.
Lexington
Spring Station
BEN G. CROSBY  ATA
B. S. in M. E.
Scabbard and Blade,  Track.  A. I. M. E.. A. I. E. E.,  Cadet Colonel
FRANKLIN Y. CARTER B. S. in M. E.
A. I. E. E..  A. S. M. E.
KARL CONRAD
B. S. in M. E. A. I. E. E..  A. S. M. E,
TBII
Paris
Dry Ridge
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WALLACE B. DEBOE B. S. in C. E.
W. B. DICKERSON   IIKA B. S. in M. E.
Fredonia
Brookville. Ind.
WILLIAM T. DRURY  AT!.'                            Lexington
B. S. in M. E.
OAK
Football.    Keys,    Lances,    Mystic Thirteen,    Junior Class President
ARTHUR W. EYER                                         Maysville
B. S. in M. E. Campus Club.   A. I. E. E..   A. S. M. E.,  Scabbard and Blade
BEN PARBER
B. S. in C. E. A. S. C. E.
WILLIAM P. PAULCONER 2N B. S. Civ.
JAMES B. FISHER B. S. in M. E.
WILLIAM W. FORD  'I>2K B. S. in C. E.
TBII Football,   President A. S. C. E.
CHARLES O. FURY B. S. in M. E. Campus Club
HENRY S. GLOSTER  IX
B. S. Civ. A. S. C. E.
SAMUEL N. GOLLER TEH B. S. Civ.
Newport
Lexington
Georgetown
Lexington
Lexington
MidcUesboro
Lexington
Pac/r 45 ] RALPH H. GUNTER B. S. in C. E.
BERNARD JOSEPH HAEPLING B. S. in M. E.
JOHN FRANKLIN HARRIS
B. S. in C. E. Football,  Track
Lexington
Lexington
Leitchfield
Ravenna
BEN HARRISON, Triangle B. S. in M. E,
TB1I
Capt. Scabbard and Blade, Vice-president Tau Beta Pi, Su-Ky, Vice-president Omicron Delta Kappa, Lances, Pan-Hpllenic
RAYMOND G. HEITZ, Triangle                      Louisville
B. S. in M. E. and E. E.
Baseball,   A. S. M. E.,   A. I. E. E.,   Dicker Engineering Society
WILMER ATKINSON HIERONYMUS
B. S. in M. E.
NAPOLEON EDWARD HILL
B. S. in M. E. Campus Club
HENRY L. JOHNSON
B. S. in M. E.
TBII
WILLIAM B. KLAREN B. 8. in M. E.
JOHN DILLARD LANCASTER, JR. B. S. in M. E.
ROBERT H. LYDDAM
B. S. in C. E, A. S. C. E.
Zold
Calvert City
Bowling Green
Lexington
Lexington
Irvington
\P(t(/e 46 GRAHAM McCORMICK 2SN B. S. Civ.
EARL R. MICHEL
B. S. in M. E.
TBII Band,  Glee Club,  A.S. M. E., A. S. E. E.
WARREN L. MOORE,  Triangle B. S. Civ.
TBII A. S. C. E.
JAMES W. NEWMAN B. S. in M. E.
GEORGE E. NOE
B. S. in M. E. A. S. M. E., A. S. C. E.
Lexington
Buffalo
Danville
Lexington
Lebanon
DULANEY L. O'ROARK,  Triangle       Morristown, N. J.
B.S. inM. E.
Student Council,   Pan-Hellenic.   Kentuckian.   A. S. M. E., A. I. E. E.
CABBELL B, OWENS  <1'A()
B. S. Civ. Lamp and Cross. A. S. C. E.
JOHN O. PASCO
B. S. in M. E.
Somerset
Central City
LOUIS S. PAYTON  AXA                                     Lynch
B. S. Civ.
OAK TBII
Scabbard and Blade,   Captain Rifle Team,  A. S. C. E., Lt.-Colonel R. O. T. C.
SAMUEL H. PERRINE
B. S. Civ. A. S. C. E.
OSCAR C. PORTER B. S. in M. E.
Lexington
Russell
Pane 47 I JAMES ASBURY PURNELL
B. S. in M. E. Sect.  A. I. M. E.
WILLIAM ORVILLE RICHMOND B. S. in M. E.
TB1I
JACOB ALBERT REDINGER B. S. in M. E.
NATHAN SCHWARTZMAN
B. S. in C. E. Dicker Engineering Society.  A. S. C. E.
MARTIN STANDARD B. s. in C. E.
RANDOLPH WILSON STERNBERG
B. S. in