xt76t14tj72s https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt76t14tj72s/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky (Fayette County) University of Kentucky Alumni Association 1952 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. Quarterly, Publication suspended 1922 and resumed with v. 1, no. 1 (May 1929); v. 5, no. 9 (May 1933) not published; issues for v. 37, no. 2-v. 40, no. 1 (spring 1966-spring 1969) incorrectly numbered as v. 38, no. 2-v. 43, no. 1; v. 40 (1969) complete in 3 no. journals  English [Lexington, Ky. : University of Kentucky Alumni Association, Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. Kentucky alumnus University of Kentucky. Kentucky alumni 2002- Kentucky alumnus monthly Kentucky alumnus, vol. 01, no. 23, 1952 text Kentucky alumnus, vol. 01, no. 23, 1952 1952 2012 true xt76t14tj72s section xt76t14tj72s        
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l Thomas Cochran ............................................................................ Marion, Kentucky Juggfmg
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  R. L. Patterson, 4806 Yarmouth ................................................ Cincinnati 29, Ohio iliéiié
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  ' Nannie Blanche Daugherty, 225 Broadway ........................ Nicholasville, Kentucky R5-i;>;;¤%
* G. M, Sheehan, 1333 Unquowa Road .................................... Fairfield, Connecticut Mass I
  Mr. and Mrs. Myer Frcyman, 510 E. \Voodhine ................ Chevy Chase, Maryland Marion Z
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  Mrs. ]. C. \Varmath, 2204 Pinecrest Road .................... Greensboro, North Carolina Edgvgrd
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R, L, Iones, 120 Gray Avenue ......,...................,..................... Syracuse 6, New York Migmwlg
. V I)r. Charles W. Layne, 246 Grand Street ............................ Newburgh, New York Ggéggg l
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A QUARTERLY MAGAZINE DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE ALUMNI AND
STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
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v Bath County—George Gibson, Owingsville Montgomery County——Mrs. Tom E. Coons,
y       Bell County—R. H. Barker. Pineville Antwerp Ave., Mt. Sterling
  Bourbon County—Basil Hayden. Paris Muhlenberg County—Hamilton Duncan,
_ _ [ A . t. Boyle County-—James M. Norvell, Green Greenville
Official Qrson, of tne Alumn ss°§{?};°E Acres, Danville, Ky. Nelson County——Beamis Samuels, Bard-
of the UnlV€I`Sll·Y °f K¤m¤¤1n Rcggloggtle C¤unty——Rudo1ph Burdett. Ron ro
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Bnplqasvillo Russell County-Othella Gaskms, Russell
Daviess County—William Gant, Masonic Bldg., Snrlngs z
1951-*52 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Ffzyliensborf St h R I  ;Y%1g£;§J-F€;_ég\g§K§¤;ls;1gi€?§:>;§§3;: ,
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' . ' - · _ · Earls Agency, Carew Tower, Cincinnati, O. Pen EY mm Y· am 0 cg Y ° E `
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Athletics, Univeli-sity of Kentucky Franklin County—Edward Bennett, Frankfort Trl$;·b]Q°‘él;$1$;r‘t——'§°¥g I;3§;`¤‘gédf2n11Z. y- ,
R. R. Dawson, Bloomfield, Ky. (term ex- Fulton County—Ernest Fall, Jr., Fulton Union cou t YT     iss- Mor nfield _
pjros 1952) ` Garrard County-—Miss Iona Montgomery, Wanen éloxxyfipmggni · Chai; Helm ;
G. Lee McClain, Bardstown, Ky. (term ex- G;_£;f;li;g1;lht._Sam B Neel Ma field HOUEL Bowling Greet, ’ l
pnles 1952) . G., , C 3; _M stjmu Hgrm blleitchaeld Washington County-—Charles J. Haydon, `
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series, Lexington (term expires 1953) b€l·lll°W¤ _ liamsbu,-g ` ° ·
women Medley, Box sos, Owensboro, Ky. norlon County-Tod Creech. Twno W H E ‘tt M-.] C t Q 
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Jagnes   Shropshire, R. R. No. 4, Lexing· H%?§_;`;°n C°unly_C°VE H°ilbr°nner’ He"` Greater Cincinnati—Camer0n Coffman, 15 l
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H.Trl3gtg;;linore, Frankfort, Ky. (Board of ·l°g§§§§d,SC?x;‘_lYE§l%$n “Elng“Rand‘ Jr‘* wasningtoln? 1;. C.—Warren T. Ellis. 10611 ‘ 
Helgiliozieslivans, Pineville, l{y_ (Board of Jeigiiénine County-Wilson Routt, Nicholas- Dehgglifldhigclggggéks1l;¢§:ki§ll;r1r§g;é1M}•ihbum ,
Drive Birmingham Mich. ’
Guy A. Huguelet, Barrow Road, Lexington. -l°h¤$°n C°““*Y"M's· Alpl“’°“" A"°h°’· Clcveland—R0bert McDowell zzoa W 'llst st j
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Judye Eggvlgn ° Us ees) Knox C0umy_Bamard Mcxechany Barboup Philadelphia William A. Lurtey, 312 Jericho _
(_: d_ t R.tDen¤%y. Mt. Vernon. Ky. xme Road. Abmgton,1>a. .
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Marguegitls lll/lglllsugllnliilll ;;le§)E Maxwell St Knott County—Lovell Ison, Pippapass, Ky_ §‘l”“’·giH¤Eh idcofg- 539 l·lE¤rtJB1dg. 3727 V
Lexington, Ky. (life lmember, hong;-ary) ll l.nruo County-—S1anley A. HNEEI`. Hodgenville zvglisefuiagi a‘_ emlge ‘ Ones'  
DE Goorso H· Wilson. 200 N. Upper St., L9¤ro1¤<>¤my—G·=¤m€ G“fn“· L°“d°“· Ky; Dayton, Ohio·LR. M. Atchison, 922 Grafton  
exlngton, Ky_ (life mombom honorary) Lawrence County-—George H. Burgess, l.40Ll·|S•I Ave Dayton 5 E
Rlglgrt H· Bontévr;. Irvine. Ky. (1951 senior lie;]ig°g;‘3;‘GD’bg§‘;;‘;n‘§dgg1'§b§i}Eji&:t>’V‘11° Midland, Texas-H. J. Rucker, 207 E. Maple F
SS represen a ive E " ' . Avenue  
. Letcher County-J. L. Hays, Whitesburg . .
APPo1N·1·1vE MEMBERS Iljowij CognggCh,j*,;lfIj}E§;a$',§;3,fgj“°$,},°;‘;§§eS Dllllnloo ggnllqoloflslnutiflgnltllllngllililglllig Blllllgl L
Marion Moore—1()'Z4 Emerson Road Coving- ` mco n O yl- ` ` l ` ‘ 
ton, Ky. l b:‘nlg' K3" Y ,. . Chicago club meets third Monday of each f
Eoworo T. Bc¤nett—Frankfort, Kentucky ~{_‘§3*g;{"C(,g§§{‘$L§n§‘§§},§Q°o‘?§’,flY·§X§'§€§ll§"'° month noon. at the Builders Club (21st. z
Wlglgaén If;-x£g;;:So1¤2¤;’—B¤¤k of Commerce M§ciaokonBco;ng;Jo%n gaisolgoorn, Citizens W“;;’_"g?:“ N·DL“S;“° gb [ d ‘ 
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T'tl§' IiI{l;ldwlck_K°ntu°klnn Hotel- L°xlng' ).‘lcCreai·y County—C. \V. Hume, Stearns W9dl;t?S!§Yt lof each month, noon, An- A
M _ ’ . .' _ _ McLean County—Charles Gatton. Sacramento napo is 0 e .
igugvlléglm P· Tate 2438 Ransdéll. Lows- li\\’/iagofrfllrE;]l§>r3;1*§ty;;1l§tl6Bv$€%;CBi-'§:;g’g;5V1ll€ Cincinnati Club meets first Tuesday of each
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G°°'€° P- H111o¤—%_ Connor Mfg. Co.. 17th Marshall county-J. Homer Miller, Benton mlm. 5 pm ° e Sm lm I
land A"b€g“$t· I-0¤1SV1ll€. Ky- Marlin (;onnty—·ri·oy Millgy lm; Louisville C1ub_meets every ../londay, noon_
C‘;‘f§f1 Qllaggifseiglgggylgghioél;. Ky- Mason county-william D. Calvegfl Maysville Old H°“S°· Fmh St- i
J- S- W8tkins—145 E. I-Iiglilstq `l_,oxi,~lggon_ Mgl;?§wEgunly#Wll11aln Henry en' Bran- Executive Committee meets second Monday
Menifee C0unty—Fairel C Bailey French- night °f each m°ntn· September tnr°ugn (
CLUB PRESIDENTS burg ` ' May. 6:30 p.m. Colonial Room, Lafayette. z
2]':l1;g`g¤¤n:y;§a1:l Huddleston. Columbia Mercer County—O. W. McMurtry, Harrods- H°t°1· ;
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Ballard County-—Keith Kelley, Wiclllizie Monroe County—Justus L. Ellis, Tompkins- Member of National Editorial Association
Barren C¤unty—Basil Preston, Glasgow ville Kentucky Press Association
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  to bliss A4€l7'g‘l€,S j0lH‘11€lll8m ClG88, ri halting tribute, knowing full well Dr. Thomas Poe Cooper, dean e1x1l,Pr0 I
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il akcr was Our lrwml m Order that we’ who me not SO at the Inter11·1tion·¤l Livestock Exprror
  Native Kentuckian, loyal Univer- worthy, might be better able to fin- ooo in Chicago, oroseoioo io i goliioi
»   Silly Ol Kentucky almmmS’ (md’ ish out the OllOllOll OOll"$O l7OOOl‘·$`O Cooper the D. Howard Doane awaisomerliin
  77l0Y'€ 7'€C€‘7ltll/, €ll8lWgW·$`lle€l mem' of thc grllcé of that fricritlship. given each year for outstanding wilblnef is
  ber of the Uillted States Congress in [hg   Of ;]g1*i(·ulru]`C_ aptly dc:
  from the Second Kentucky District, The society has about 700 memI>t$i;y’s up
`   “Whit”, as he was known to his '_[`EAN[\iV()]{K EVQLVED including a chapter in Kentucky. Program
l . .
l contemporaries at the University, FRQM DPL (QQQPER ————·———-—·—·- The sr
" went through the short span of life Ooo ooiiid look o long iimo ioiiih HUGUELET WIL, IAMS Universi,
i ·` alloted to him making friends on out hmiiiio oooiiior moo io whom BROADBENZI, NAhj,ED » observer
, ii QDQTU h,[l'n[l, all(l throse lrvllo   Kgntrrcky   as ‘]n.[[Ch. as   Dr. (, , ih H ,_ ,1 { rlyi   ,· ,i Tllc 5
l him best, who knew of his contri— Thomas P Coopoi For 33 loom iio fl'? · · }‘i»“‘ C » ·_O -€’*'“$—*thro¤¤gh
Q . i ., , ‘ ‘ J thairman ol the executive coinunaservimcc
· buttons of time and self to the · · ·
li i ,. hi hoo (mi ohofiiios "O"lT‘l’“le‘l Slealllly lll ll"; Ul"' of the University’s Board ol 'lmnarooms or
I7l£th»y Im; l I; ll S l     versity or Kentucky to thi? CONF was renmninated, along with [Wo olhmd [rio
lvlllvll le lell (Carr lvvll "gll COO` monwealtlfs rich rcsoufcc of agri- alumni, for the vacancy on the bu.; Bono,
‘ Older llwl llls greatest COllllllbllllOn culture. Under his direction the created last December 31 when `iho icio,
tv llle was llle glll Ol l”e”‘l$l”7’· Kentucky Experiment Station did f<>¤r-year won expired- ‘ boy-1·O“vCi
,, Gay; hearty; cl/lgerfllly happy ynuch to »[1n1)i·OUG fart"] egiciency Pl`ll€ two 0[llCI` fllllllllll ll0HllllIllti0“  
i   all/llllll llllll lvllvllell lllv lives Ol and productivity on a permanent l‘O‘“ " lm of Six “O‘“l“€°“ S“v‘“l"ville.
i   many with his inimitable gift of 1,,oSiS_ to Uli graduates in a mail balloiil And i
T friendship, and those of us who Tho Koiiiiioko Pioss Association, here  ,,(Ee;lhi,   Beh1,y)hh\i,€ the i
. ' , _ IZHIS, - , . )l *5 , ’.,l lll ·
i knew and loved him most were not therefore, has chosen well in nam- D h,_,,hh,h,,, h ,,,4 O; ohhh hrmnds o
too surprised when his great, kind- ing Dr Cooper oo Koiiiiiokoo ooi_ · ‘ , 1 »       ‘ of they ser
ly heart expanded to the burstinv . i 1-. , · ·.,q 1951 h . The Gmcmm Ol limmtlv `lliuullm
i _ ’_ _ "" Slam mt: Olll~ ll Ol "l O yell" make the appointment lrom the tluhoar ro,
  T POl”l lvllll lOvO vt lm lellvlvmelb he became dean emeritus of the ululunin()1]]in;][gd_ event, _
. stepped l’eell”é’· University’s College of Agriculture _____. .___.__ may hn,
' H e lled given SO "lllell Ol l”m‘ and Home Economics. It is typical Tho i
self to his state, his nation and his or Dr_ Cooper thor he Soyo rr woe PAUL MANSFIELD, ’34, ,hh ih,
j , frioids lllel lle was lllelle-illnell tv not he, but teamwork that accomp— C0MM0NWEAI¤TH ATT’Y· origiizai
o Oxllllml lllvlsvll in llw lmvllv tl"' lished so much during his years in Paul Mansheld,   young Irxiiihe Doi
i tcrcst before reaching old (Lge. But Keritiiekii rigrjoii[tiire_ We miie; re- um lawyer, has been elected connnrquickly
’ ‘lU€ f`l11(l COlIlf0l’t lll the thought that mark, however, that tllere woiihhft wealtlfe attorney of Fayeitte coulgram ii
y while he w<¤1l<<¢<1 tlrrcrrah lite with have been Sll()llr teamwork ima ii S·¤<`<‘¤¢<*···s .l=··¤¤7 *’=~‘k· ’*=~» ~~’*¤<·i' Ther
eyes roeiieed ori tile Store, he hot boon, for Dr, Coooor, Oo, or held the olhre since 19,28. Mr. l.~ioi_ oiii
‘ walked with hands extended to his eoiiroge, ioree.,-rio em] irleosorir oo- ‘l'i,"Oa£"'“,l(;l, ‘,°°l°"l'O"·_ , ,hF€l)I`ll2lI
. _ - l» r. l ansicr nas a> omter i_ Y
2 P lellvlv me"- surance he has been (ll)l'? to endo·w , _i S .o or i , _ lil? ,. hon ’vO“’ “
Ti _, _i i i,_ i i,i i, ,_ ,_ an nn 1, >-you-or cking, or moi
- 'O·$e 'elO·$e wes leilelef US others with the desire for team- .   T
_ _ totney and a gnacluate ol the Unllrocoohi,
. will recall the many small kind- wm·k_ That is part of his genius. Shi, iii tho (hiss or looo hh ,_,,,,hhh,,c 0,,
nesses he extended; the thoughtful ..LoujSvi]]e C()l]I‘i€1‘-](`)[ll'[`][],l, Woziiiirs doiooiio oi ipoyoiio rom They
Mates Ol OO’lg"(lllll(lllO’l lll times Ol lam. 17, 19522. l`or a {our-year term. He s11tsity’s upcoming 1952 Founders l)ay illioiie Gill iilloiii 3:45 i)_m_ wlieii lie    
lm(`kY· PY0gmm· slumped to the floor and died almost u;*,·:· `
t` TllC SOlllCl.lllllg old   of (`()llI`SC, [llC ilT]ll]€(li;{[gly*_   "vifci l\[l·g_ lelclgll   I  
University, which on February 22 will Dem \v]iii;ikcl—i was Oli the will- lil lllc _ {
lMS¤ observe its 87th birthday. ofhce when he collapsed. He was dead il  
’D The something new is television. Wh€l1 Sll€ arrived.   ·»  
;L€Xl“§l·tln·ot1gl1 which a portion of the ob- From 1928 until 1948 \*\’hitaker   '  
2 coniiiiiiiselyiiilcc will be iiikqii imo the living served as Logan County attorney. He A  
of Tl`ll$1tyOOlllg Of SC\’Q[`Q\l tliiiiisgiiul UK alumni WHS {lll ll|lSl1C(`CSSflll (`Hll(ll(lH{C lv01` IDC I 1
th two otlimd fyicllds_ Democratic nomination for Kentucky  
n the bog; Beeiiiise ilie Uiiiveisili, is not yei iii lieutenant governor in 1943. John Albert Whitaker  
1 when ithe television business, the something lvlllmkcr made the HMS C‘mg1`CS`  
‘ l)oi.ro“,e(l ",i1l be ilie ineiliiies oi Sue sional race at the request of Earle .»\ protege of the late Thomas    
¤0¤1i¤¤HliOn `\,`7I.Il,`S_'I`\/i Cllllmlcl gi lll Louie Clements. Clements picked `Whitaker Rhea. influential Logan county  
es submitivlllei to succeed him when he left Congress Democratic leader. \\’hitaker got his  
til ballotii And {lie Soiiieiliiiig blue mai, well to seek the Governorship. initiation in statewide politics in  
Berry) \\l)e the nostalgic mood Created iii [lie \Vhitaker was unopposed in the 1930. That year he was district cam-  
., and Smzmimls of grads mid lomiei. siiiilems as special election. He also ran without paign manager for the late l\f. l\l.  
Cobb. lviliei, See on ilieii. ielevisioii Seieeiis opposition when he won a full two- Logan in his successful race for the  
·ntucky iilamilim. laces liom College (lays iiiiil year term on his own in 1950. United States Senate against the late  
nn the llvlieai. ieeoiimeil ii miieii, of eiimiiiis Informed in Frankfort of \\'hitaker's john M. Robsion. i
events in wliieli ilievi ilie lisieiieisi death. Governor \Vetherby said: l1· 1932. 1936. 19-10, and 1944, lVhit-  
-- may have Piiriieipiiied_ “\·Ve are itll ihocked. even if it wai aker attended ithe Democratic national  
,34 The idea {Oi iiiiiiziiig icicvisiiiii iii   1 o .i smpi isc in new o   illtlgklicliiiikiliili was one  
XT'll’Y. thilyemlli f‘i“`;l°`ointed Ri. - ' college work at now defunct llethel worked in liarkleys state lI(‘1l(l(llllll`l(‘l`S
i_ i show will be four campus figures, one (iiillc ici iliiiiiiii iiiii )i_iiii_i __ __ _ .i_ Z
‘°“"?=m" or more of whom will be instantly ¥° . - A —l .ll·((lnllMll`"·. . I
l [lie lllllirccogiiizcii by iiimiisi iiiiy iiiiiiig giiiiiii iHe was graduated fiom the llniiyer- He pi-rlormed similiar service lor .
iis eoliillliuatc Of the Univcrsiiyi sity of lxentticky Law 8chool in l9_:>i. _]iohn houng llrown in 1939 during i.
iyellc mill They are Miss Miiiigic iliiciiiiiigiliiil i./\mong his `fraiternity brothers in browns unsuccessful- gubernatorial- i;
He Siimiiissismiii Professor Oi imimiiiigmi Pmij Sigma Alpha lnpsiloii. heiiwas known prnnary contest with 1\een_]oln1son. ,
i lieiiiiiiei · ‘ ‘ ’ ` by the nickname. "Snsie. and latcr. ln the 19·l~1 general election, \\’hit—
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  • • E. . Kil iatrick, assistant state a ei 6
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A     C 0         6 in agricultural extension work at tl
  University’s College of Agriculture ai;
  '1`hc executive committee of the _ Home Economics, is in Greece tear
  University of Kentucky Alumni As- Flstcr Promoted ing agriculture this year. Sport
`   sociation has authorized the Kentucky   Southern   Mi; Kjllmirick is sci-ying under it Wis
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él R€5€211`€ll F0l1¤d2lil0¤ to 5€l ll) 2l1l0lll€l` Fulbri ht a > mointment and is a vit , . ,
·   { I · Fred M. Fister has been appointed _ g ll _ _lh·lI g·l\·
ii our-year, al1—expense scholarship for i _l l_ i _ _ [ mg lecturer on agricultural extensir the Him
~·· - - rz · ‘ ‘ ‘ . . . ‘
gg a deserving freshman to go 1Il[O effect im glue} lm gqilflliiliclli €ugm€ilTO; in the Superior School of Agriculni 1951 »· I
r - · V t t · e or zu e- . . , ·
V ii with the opening of the 1902 fall term. 16 (iu éem C 1; ip iid; C in 1 I 4 at Athens. He IS also acting as aduv i)€rlmi)S
  This additional scholarship, made cgldl)1 (iml)`ml’ ' " mmom mb to the Near East Foundation on ag; spoils ai
  possible by the annual giving program ‘m$;“m§(` _ _ M i_ H G B _ cultural research. Down
  <>l alumni to the Univmlw <>l Kerr- il li Mi? “`“°€°”i ‘ . ‘ ‘“tY°’ ————-—-——·—- Pwpic t
V _;_ luck Alumni Associaiioifs LO ali`, w io tas een namec assistant vice _ ’
  i. ng is the F d i Y ’ incsitleiiti JOHN A. WHITAKER lwlll ‘l“
.3 u ` Comml ` uu O il Con- M- F‘~ b r ]‘— - N- H} (Continued from Page 5) Wk hx
,1 tinued expenditure of $11,200. l' Mer egm ub Scrum intl , ( i- . ..(
’ f~ While ii is ihc Emi Sciioiarsiiip cs Southern Bell in Atlanta in 1929 in Pll<€l` WHS <`llPlll`¤lilll ol lll€ $l>€¢ll¤C_1md:`L
` ‘ ` -- · ,   . . victory»
, . . l . . . . ii ggngyal [ringing (j()u]·S€_ After [fgllu- bureau JI l{()()S(.\C1{·Bil1"l\l(.} Siillc llc i i
tablished by the alumni, it will entail in assi nmems and duties in Ken- qum_i€i_S. In the 1946 Scmimiiiii isiii, iii i
the cost of only four as the first re- g g i _ y _ _ V U i Back
· €`lPl€1'l[ will be graduated from tlig [U€kY» he was U?lYl$f€YY€(l lll l\’l21l`C11, lll?lI`)’2l11(lldll ClC(.tlOn, he xtmkctlif [
V . . . . . ··· ‘ ' . B . cw 0
_ University this june with a high 195/* to [llc e€¤€r¤l engineering de mlm _ Witchcd
Scholastic Siimdiii partment in Atlanta. 1-le served as a He WHS all ¢i1l`lY $lll)l)(ll`l€l` Gl Ul ‘ i_
` i ` . . gi (g in el nn the Staff Ol G€]]gi·gl Dori . ents in Clements’ campaign in 1947 Cats l"`
. Nominations for the 1952 scholar- 0 H g ` .c ,
Y ship are being accepted now and las MacArthur during \lVorld\lVar11. l>€C0111€ G0\'€Y1l<>Y· Tllilt WHS il `KC1 W
c i . . i rgoinin the com any tn homing factor in llVhitaker’s getting ther cwlilc
· bldiiks for nominating have been Stgntn (iirniin-i Cliiigf lgn inner the trict-convention nominatioii to ~S°°umi°
mailed to all active members of the ‘ _ g _ _’ _ _ biiicd ii
usociation md [0 the Presidents Oi position he held at the time ol his new ceed Clements ru Lougress.
Organized Ciubs Nominations must be appointment. llllith the death of Rhea, party ll to °“§}g`
. . .' i\/[r_ Fister was aduatgd from the ershi in I..o_ran, Todd. and Sim r the Cm
in the Alumni Office before March 1, er _ , . , . The,
U IQ52 and any Paiddlp alumnus in thc University Of Kentucky in 1929 with counties passed to a trio consisting l
i L V D, l i _ , . . “,h.t(k i C-__ -[ i   i i, gageme
. ii Lnited States or 2lCt1V€ 21lUHll'll Cllll) il degree In Incdmnlcal englnccrmgi .indl 'lE;:Ci·gJ;(llljgciiiiiigiii)   irgi Z 7'6 S(
 _ l is eligible to nominate a student for ____—_*__* i, `, ( ( l' l `cnced t.
L the hcl Sh. kentucky lieutenant governor.
, TSC b ari.1iiiJi { i. __i il _i. UK FOUNDERS DAY \Vhitakcr’s wife was born in Soi _
O C € {gl Q mi {lis SL 10 dm ul) (Continued from Page 5) Carolina and reared in Nashvi  
a student must have high scholastic . . . r t _  
» biiit mlm be Oumtmdin in (hdr Ezra Gillis, director of the Bureau of Tenn, They inet at Russellville  
21 , ' " ` ' - . _ . . `  
= Angry crwndiitl mi cxtragcurfuiiar Source M2lt€flHlS; lLl1g1f1€€f1¤g PY0l€$· 1927, when she came here to tt    i
i 'lCllVitiI;S and mtistldemonstrate ·i Clgqr SOT John S' HOUHQ aud DI" NL L ll0lll€ €€0Il0l'Y11(`S ilt Logan College,   V_·__    
E ‘ ( ( L` or director of the Teacher Place- »\l F V · · ~ l ‘i · · · l `
i Hemi for the scholarship ig 1, . so surviving are ns parents.
i iviiihm H Townsmid Oi Leung ment Bureau. and Mrs. Arthur ll\’hitaker. and ll
um Chaimilm ini the executive com Collectively, the quartet of campus ter, l\r[rs, Charles Moore, Bowl.
Y mittee's 1 iviih rnnii irnmnn is cur "‘*“*”“S “‘“ l""k 'mk °"°* 153 >'€*“`$ Green. .
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Tend mliiiiin lout icgtcrs [0 'iiumni of SCTVICC with the Ulliverslty, 2111(l Fimcral services were licltl gitt 4. r-·» ·=
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