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Wildcat Band majorettes are part University of Kentucky  
of the pageantry in that wonderful Lexkmtom Kentucky C
tradition—the haU-time show.  
UK’s band takes that tradition and
adds a new dimension for the en-
tm terminment Of!-Ootbau farm the kentucky alumnus fall 1979 vol, 49 no, 4
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1979 Omcms 6 preparations that lead to applause
. Pmsment no one works harder at preparing for a successful fall cam-
_iOhhC_OwenS·5,O paign than the 290 members of the wildcat marching band.
L¢—>>¤. Kentucky reporting to campus a week before classes start, the members
?¤¢¤id¢¤¢·E\¤¤¢ work 12 hours a day on perfecting the music and drills for their
John C. Nichols ll '53 half_tim€ Shows
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Gum 9 2 u y 10 gubernatorial candidates 1979
Treasurer _. _ _ _ _
Mm JO€F_MOmS·38 republican louie b. nunn and democrat iohn y. brown jr.
Lexington,Kentucky answer nine questions about higher education and the
secretary _ university of kentucky which were presented to them by the
‘1{*’VB":“7f*i;d ig k kentucky alumnus.
‘ exmg Ol`, an uc y   an Oll €X€CI.l'lZlV€ talks €I'\€I’gv
Association Staff _ _
Director . ~ robert t. mc cowan, an active alumnus and executive of
.1ayBrumt1eid‘48 ashland petroleum company, shares “the facts" about the
A”°°*°*° D*'°°*°" energy situation with an alumni audience.
BobC.Whitaker'58   . h I . 9
Educ, IS CDCTQV t 8 ICB Cl’lSlS.
]__igHOwatd DgmOyan’68 four Lll'ilV€l'Slly faculty lTl€lTlb€Y5‘_lalTl€S funk, elrlglneerlllg;
M¢¤¤b¢¥¤h*P C¤¢j¥d*¤¤*¤¥ curtis harvey, economics; michael brooks, sociology, and
Ad°D‘ “€‘b°’d 39 harriette rose, counseling and testing—start talking about
Julia Brothers Ruby Giipin €l'l€l`Q§} blll COl'lC€I'lll`Hl€ Oil l'TlOI`€ f&l’·l’€3Clill’lQ ll'TlpllCatlOI'i$.
Linda Brumfield Ruby Hardin   two books on l'llSt0l'lC l€Xll‘lQ'lZ0ll
Ruth E“‘°“ R°9€’Hl°k'“°“`74 two alumni who happen to be teaching courses on the uk
Roy Fugitt’77 Ennis Johnson   h h l d b k d l. . h
Amelmcamo Lolapoum campus t is year ave eac re ease a 00 ea mg wit
historic lexington. dr. holman hamilton profiles the authors
and their books for ou.
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  21 charlann carroll recalls getting her p.h.t.
The Kentucky Alumnus (USPS 292-840) is "putting hubby through" is a common course of study for
published q“a""’lV bv the U““’°‘$“V °{ Ke"` many wives. here the governor’s wife looks back on her days
tucky Alumni Association, 400 Rose Street. t k th rt.     t I
Lexington, Kentucky 40506, for its dues-pay- a u as ano er po lon O er I Q Comes O a C OS€'
ing members. individual dues are $15 annual-
ly with $2.00 of that amount used in publica· departments;
` tion of the magazine. Second class postage 2 aimound campus briefly
I paid at Lexington, Kentucky, and additional 7 m _
ma,l,,,g Omces pOSTMA$—yER, Send budget for 79-80 up 7.3 percent . . . penn central invest-
changes ofaddressto The Kentuckyfilumnus, merit t‘€COup€Cl . . . faculty, staff activities _ _ _ et(;_
· ;}g(5O;tlumn1 Association, Lexington, KY 5 sports gleanings
ukit ticket order form . . . playing close-to—the—belt . . . all-
Opinions expressed in The Kentucky Alum- american c()ntei‘idei‘5 _ _ _ et(;_
nus are not necessarily those of the University   alumni clubs `
of Kentucky or the Alumni Association. A _ _
member Of me Jomt Alumm Council Of Kem jefferson county club plans day at churchill downs . . . QYC-
tucky and CASE, Council for the Advance-   class notes
ment and Support of Education.