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FEATURES: the Annual Report
Director’s Comment .............................................................. 6
' Alumni Glossary .................................................................. 7
Finances ................................................................................ 8 .
‘_ Membership .......................................................................... I0 I
Programming .......................................................................... I I I
Club Leadership .................................................................... I3
. Board of Directors ................................................................ I5
Contents  
Around Campus Briefly .......................................................... 2
Sports Gleanings .................................................................. 4 I
Profile: Warren Rosenthal .................................................... I8 ‘
Profile: Mr. Tommy ............................................................ I9 I
Class Notes .......................................................................... 20 I
Alumni Activity Line ............................................................ 23
Book Reviews .......................................................................... 27 Y
FRONT COVER: The year in review includes, from the top, moving
clockwise, President Otis Singletary`congratulating Helen King,
first permanent secretary of the Alumni Association at her class'
1975 OFFICERS 50th year reunion; Bob McCowan of Ashland and Alumni Direc- y
_ tor Jay Brumfield at club meeting in Ashland; two alumni leav— I
Presldenl ing on an Association tour to England; more alumni traveling- '
George L" Atkins [63 this time to the NCAA basketball finals on an alumni charter /
Hopkinsville, Kentucky Cmd Homecoming 75-
President—Elect
James W. Stuckert ’60
Louisville, Kentucky ASSOCIATION STAFF Ada Refbord '39
Treasurer Linda Brumfield Olga Varrone .
Mrs. Joe F. Morris ’38 Dana Burch
Lexington, Kentucky Ruth Elliott · I
Secretary, Director of Alumni Affairs Roy Fugitt EDITORIAL STAFF y
Ja Brumfield ’48 Amelia Gano Editor
Le;/;gr;¤t·V= ·~ ti.§';E.l2'J?Z;.‘.§“.;';:;,;;i;;f.;;; .... ....l..i. Clule .. .... nt. nl. l
e Q A H A who pcrllclpcted in Gl-, ll-ll-emcltlonql schedule included the American Unl- -·
¤ l T AS L ND seminar in Japan in.July. Professor VO"$llY in Beirut, Lebanon. Wn€"€ he
9 l A teaching approach to introduc- Funk, who is stepping down as engl- WOS te $OOl‘_ OlO$O"_OOOPO"OtlOn bO‘
l-   tory psychology at Ashland Com- neering dean, is director of the In- lewiin ll”?Prln$t'll-'OOO Ond the UK
6 _ munity College makes use of mod- stitute for Mining and Minerals Re- O Ogg O O"m¤cY·
h ularized work units, a series of mini- search. Dr- Michael R¤m¤¤¤. special as- T
if courses developed by the instructor, Dr. H. M. Swick, Department of sistant to the vice president for the l
lf { as well as scheduled classroom ses- Neurology, was elected recently to Medical Center, has been ¤¤m€d TG
d l sions, all designed to serve the com- fellowship in the American Academy a consultant team that will introduce l
S l munity college student in an effec- of Pediatrics. initial plans (OV O new medical and
e l tive fashion and to improve the Lane veltkemp, assistant profes- dental school at Oral Roberts Uni- l
l- quality of instruction. sor (social work), Department of Psy- versity in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The l
l· l The distinguishing feature of this chiatry, took part recently in a panel initial €l€Vel0Dme¤T Gi the $<3h00l is
y l approach, designed specifically to discussion on "De|ivery Services to estimated to cost $60 million and it l
  meet the heterogeneous needs of the the Paor," at the National Confer- is anticipated the first classes will g
l Ashland student body, is to allow the ence on Social Welfare, held in San begin in September l978. Dr. Ro- r
Y student to go at his own pace which Francisco. mano is ene at the founders at the ¢
__ permits him to move through the Dr. Othmer Ekkehard, associate UK dental school. l
rl course at a speed commensurate professor of psychiatry, recently Dr. Anwar Hussain, associate pro- l
,_ with his ability and other demands served as a consultant on sleep C0m- fessor of pharmacy, spent the sum- l
;_ UPON his time. The plan has been in puter program and research methods mer in Iraq, where he was a special
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COACHING NOW In each sport—basketball and letics program for fiscal ’75-’76. 5
Mike Prem is cm Ossismnt Couch baseball UK lost potential stand Such fanancaa support places UK i
. . . outs who decided to by-pass college among the top fave an the nataon ~
at the University of North Carolina .... . . l
, for profat-playing. Ball Willoughby alongside lndaana, UCLA and Penn i
at Charlotte. One of UK s most ver- . . . , *
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satale and durable court performers, H . . .
. . , awks and Chuck Ross wall be catch- letacs budget whach approaches $3 i
hewasan a||—SECselectaonan 69 and . . . . ,
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70 and named to the 70 Academic . . . =
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All-Amencc Squ¤d` Compared to the prior year allocation
THE pm DRAFT a>nEr~aoMENAa. FEMALE sa>oaz·rs ¤i$l§k2£O»*l)O;9héW¤m€¤'$]¤*l°l€**¢$
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Kevin Grevey was the first to "Phenomena| growth", "futuristic baby!
finalize ·a pro-basketball contract. step" and "national ranking" are       a im   l
Grevey signed with the Washington some of the ways Sue Feamster, the   ~   __.. Q./pil;. ,·_   { . r
Bullets. Mike Flynn and Jimmy Dan first director of women’s athletics,   _~  —.,, llial T \__ .   yr  y 
Conner will cast their lots with describes the program at UK. Y°·  Q          
their home states. Flynn will play To wit, in l970, 500 girls partici- =""f ·”`l ; 2-   ..Q........ {TT
with the Indiana Pacers; Conner with pated in women’s sports; last year   l ·    
the Kentucky Colonels. Bob Guyette more than 3,000 enrolled.   FT  ` mm   $1;   `gll QV xw
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man quarterback on the Wildcat basketball, golf, tennis, gymnastics   _»  
football team last year, was a first- and field hockey—ho|d varsity sta-   A _    
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by the Chicago White Sox and in- The "futuristic step" was that running backs Chuck Servino, Sonny ‘
fielder Steve Bush, by the Chicago taken by the administration to al- Collins and Joe Dipre await their i
Cubs. locate $90,000 for the women’s ath- owners in the Wildcat dressing room.  
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It should be common knowledge that the University restricted account (money which can be spent only on
of Kentucky Alumni Association receives funding from the recommendation of the Alumni Board of Directors)
the University and, of course, the University receives and is referred to as the Century Fund account. The i C
that money through tax support by citizens of the Century Fund, as you probably recall, was started in  
Commonwealth. Salaries for the director and eight I958. Receipts from those original gifts made possible I
other staff members of the Alumni Association cur- the construction of the Helen G. King Alumni House,   C
rently are paid for out of the general operating fund which so well serves your Alumni Association today.
of the University of Kentucky. Salaries for the other People who have joined the Century Club at a later  
three members of the alumni staff come from dues date find that their contributions of $lOO per year are i
dollars or life membe