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  · _A_V   ;A_   ~;iV _ y Brunch, Tea, Dance .
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 { slag; ”       __A>_ M;    in       ''```' " ’';'   l\U|1lllllL§' alumni came back from 1
  ·-  _ _ A   -' ..   ‘“"   11    north. south. east antl west for Home- 1
     lg  Wi   {_ _. *~..% _ __ tommg on October 29, and saw the 1
  11      V___7=_     { fg \\1ildcats beat Rice in an intersec— 1
    ..   " '    “ 1 _;,1, ,   tional battle which lent llavor to the  
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  1.     .\lniost 4:00 alumni and lriends en- 1 ‘
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1 *       ¤ Union ballroom between 1]:30 and  
{.11 Z ac?.   r ‘:__,> _ .. l:.»1l on homecoming Day, after hav-
    ‘}{1. ) ing visited registration booths at each  
  N  . { =.§g{,a3l wl. tht- hotels. in the (Ioliseum and in 1
t  f thc Student L`nion 1
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' .» -- s.-·- lollowing the game President and 1
President Donovan chats with Lt. Col. James C. Smee, ‘38, commanding officer Mrs. Donovan entertained returning
of Camp Brecktnrrdge, at the homecomrng brunch. alumni. faculty and friends at an in-
  /4Y1'r11*-rn A nifl, fir rrir 71 _' 1 lornial reception at Maxwell Place
  and that evening Conventron Hall at
`#  · · · the Phoenix Hotel was racked ·`tl
--·*‘°  ` 1 K HISt-Orlun Numed Fans' K   Glve iubil·tnt 'llllllllll and fani for ilu X
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   tsttngutshed Prof Allen Felch $6,500 <-csslul cabaret dance.
  _ _ _ 1 _ 1 Homecoming decorations on fra-
  A University ol `lxentucky`h1storia11 Mr. Shivelyl Hardy tgruity and Sorority- houses and l.€Si_
md duthoh D1- <»1¤}u¤¤u k·“O11» 1***** M k P t t_ dence halls lent color to the campus,
eenbselectedl byU1iisCfi1l0w ipcglty G e resell U 'on and an air of festivity prevailed over
- Hem Us db IK ‘ U 63** O · 1* ul I MB lug Fel h for I U , down-town Lexrngton.
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md Sciences Distmgtushcd ltolessor _ 1 _ Y `1 _ 1 _ On this and the opposite pages are
 ,f the Ycarf stty ol kentucky lullback, who was ._ _ . .
_ _ _ 1 l_ _ _ · _ . 4 _ _. . _ pictures of some ol the homecomers,
_1 lvl by [ tl wl tnjuiet (tsl. summer in a swmnning mapped it the brunch and at the
Hs I5 th? rtll mem il   lc 1 accident a lew days before he planned Uumni dLmC€
€g€b1Y’h"§°"}“ ‘11°4;""" ”“““° li"  t<> return w UK to resume his studies  
rmi I? fi m J 1   ‘l man? Q and ltis football career, is $6.500 richer _
  eiognizing t?itstTnt mg lactic ctntc UNSC digg thanks to Kcnwck}. [um D1. Irwin T. Sanders. professor of
1. tc ievement. atu ty lmenuets win- who uucmlcd the K§,__·1—€m]1 [Dothan num. sociology at1UIx, has been chosen
lmg {hw hO‘_lOI` *“`€_¥“'€“ H Sclncswr game, and to members of the varsity l)1_€S1d€I}[`€l€C[ Oi lh? Rural S°°l°l°gl'
ree of teaching duties to conduct re- lCucl.m€n·S dub ’ cal Society of America. He will take
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:,_      1 rc1 of then own choosing and to l_cl(_h1 who was Just wmplctmg his ofhce nest year
‘    _1y., _ Jrepare the annual Art and Sciences vim; [Om Of dm`, Prior to rcmmiug .j.—-—5M}_;_
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   1; C um to the campus, was paralyzed when he gilt to the former \\1ldcat. Ihe let»
  Dr. Eaton was relieved ol teachinr dove into a swimminr wool near the tcrnten decided to l1ore<¤*o their annual
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‘‘··‘‘ 1   luties during the current lall semester military camp where he was stationed, spring dance and tnake the contribtr
-1  n order that he might accept a grant and broke his neck. resulting in pa- tion to "Bull" instead.
_   l`011l the Huntington Library at San ralysis. .\ccording to (Iaptain Hardy and
A 1 ` Iarino, Calif., to engage in research ’l`he $0,500 gilt of fans and li (llub Mr. Shiyely, .-\llen is improving stead-
. ._  n the library's manuscript collections. members was presented to .—\llen at ily. He is regaining the use of his
1 ‘   lnder terms of the Huntington grant. Hines Veterxtns Hospital near (Ihicago hands. and leels encouraged over the
· ·._1  l1€ UK author—historian will write a last December ll bv (Zo-(Za rt. Bob lzttt that slight lcelinui is returnini- to
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_   yocial and cultural history ol the South Hardy, teammate and lormer room- one loot. He has great courage and
· ‘   lu be :1 volume in the New A-\mt·ric;nt matt- ol` the injured boy. and Athletic optimism, and told his visitors he
Da Wmilatesitititi Series, l)irt·ttot· B. .~\. Shivclv, who made the would return to lYli when he is able
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E ovgy gam1_;__ WW1 117 U if An 1 mp to (Jncago lor that purpose. and complete his work toward his de-
Winchestcr .\ total of $0.000.03 was collected by grcc. Mrs. l*`elch. the former Glenna
Mrs. Homtl Sec wu M Reunion Maw 26th1 the $alesm;n1’s (lhtb at the 'lcmiessee .\1ll(l€l`$Ull.-illSO a UK alumna. is with
' ‘ gatnc. and $:>00 represents the lx Club him at Hines.
 
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