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I B&E HALL OF FAME      __ A~*’   L‘A‘‘‘_A      . , __  A‘L     sd
The Catton College of Business and         _ if     .,:·     L ·.
Economics has indrrcted three gradu- ..  A   ~   if   ,   < ’; A A  
ates into its Alumni Hall of Fame. They   Aj LK   i   p  ,     ° `   /2     A
are Ronald Geary ’69, Donald Q _.   ·°*=*··           2   n»·   A   V -;    j
Mc\Vhorter ’58 and Emma jane Stev—    »      Q_ _     {  ‘‘       .    T * )li_\ L   jj ? I
Geary rs president and chref execu-    \_ N, I ·   ~ . A .   —  °‘--  _` .  
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a health care firm, He was the state’s   `(`T A .   jj   l
revenue secretary under former Gov.     é     “
jolm Y. Brown   and was secretary of ’. ifi In L   l
the cabinet in jefferson County. He has Ronald Geary ’69 (left), Donald McWhorter ’58 (middle) and Emma ]ane 1
been a rn enrbc r of` the UK board of Stevens Walker ’29 have been inducted into the Catton College of Business l
trustees, serving as chair of` the invest- and Economics Alumni Hall 0fFame.
ment committee.
Mc\Vhorter, who retired as presi- ter Sun. She was the first woman presi— Afro—American Press Association.  
dent of the Banc One Corp. last year, dent ofthe Kentucky Press Association. VVilliam E. Summers III, a leader in
managed all Bank One banks and state The late Mary Caperton Bingham, the broadcast industry and the first
holding companies, as well as Banc One rnatriarch of the Bingham family which Afiican American in the United States to
Services (Iorp., Banc One Diversified owned The Courier—journal, The manage a radio station. He began his j
Services Corp. and Banc One Trust Louisville Times, \VHAS, Inc., and career with the Louisville Defender
Group. other cornrnrrnications properties. She newspaper, became a sports announcer j
Walker was the first woman to gradu— was a longtime book editor of The for WVLOU radio in Louisville and in j
ate from what was then the College of Courier—joumal, was an editorial writer 1971 bought the station. l
Commerce in 1929. She scored the during \Vorld \Var II and championed l
higlrcst marks in her class but was not many causes for the state and nation.
recognized then because college rules Mas Heath, vice president and execu— - DISTINQUISHED SCIENTIST
reserved top-of`-the—class honors for tive editor of Landmark Community j
men. She also was denied entry into the Newspapers in Shelbyville. He is a for- .     M >   jg UK vice president  
collcge`s honorary society. rner president of the Kentucky Press r I L l ,   for Research and l
There are now IT Catton College Association and a leader in the National . A     Graduate Studies `
alumni in the three—year—old Ilall of Newspaper Association. " — .·     S   Fitzgerald B. Bram- ,;
Farnc. The late Keen johnson, governor of i , ~ ,;___,, ,>   M well was recently
Kentucky from 1939 to 1943 and co- Q       Q honored in the book l
publisher of the Riclnnond Daily Regis-  ,2   I   f Distinguished Afri-
. J()URNALISj\rl HALL OF FANIE ter. Ile also prrblished weeldy news-   can American Scien-
papers and was president of the Ken- I   tists of the 20th
V Six new irrdrrctees have tricky Press Association. Century for his career achievements as a f
 been named to the journal- The late Daniel Rudd, a leader in the research scientist. The book’s authors  
  A isrrr Ilall of Fame, bringing African-American Catholic Press, born a ranked Bramwell among 100 ofthe 20th ll
AW the total membership in the slave in Bardstown. He was prrblisher of Century’s greatest scientists.
llall to 92. The program The American Catholic Tribune, a Bramwell was appointed vice presi- *
began in l9S0. newspaper devoted to the Catholic dent in 1995 after serving as the dean of [
The inducteesare: Church and its relationships with graduate studies and research at Brook- if
Betty j. Berryman, publisher and African Americans. He helped establish lyn College of the City University of
executive vice presidcrrt of The \\'inches— the Catholic Press Association and the New York. A
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‘   * · ii ·#·,   ·*   Harold Smith, 40, retired from wrestling
`*‘ Z     com etition in 1984. When he recentl be an
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  ‘     coaching the sport at his high school alma
{ ‘     /   mater, Canton (Ohio) McKinley, he decided
° AA; A J.     to try his skills once more.
_ .5 .. .` · ¤   n   "I figured I’d like to throw a monkey
i   ‘.  g &  MAA; wrench in and see what I can do, said Smith,
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 ·  ; ‘ · ·   In just his second tournament, Smith
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  .·._   »·°   ,r‘ ..   `   ning the 286- )ound division of the East ,
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_   , yj   Brockport, N.Y. In addition to coaching and j
» 4%   .   competing, the 1980 UK grad in arts and sci- i
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  ark Schubert should get along swimmingly at the Su1n— ell, won two gold medals at the 1976 Montreal Games.
Miner Olympic Games in Atlanta. Shirley Babashoff, a 1972 Olympian before linking with
1 Schubert has been a key in American swimming successes Schubert, continued to thrive under him by winning a gold
at every Summer Olympics since 1976. He is one of several and feur silvers at Montreal.
  .___   gy, Twenty-three “Schubert Olympians” have followed,
  f  including three Atlanta qualifiers — lanet Evans. Kristine
    Quimce and Bfkld Bl`1Clg€\\’2lt€1‘. Schubert s .goltl-m€(l;il`lS{S
I  include Evans, Ma~1yT. Meagher, Mike O)B]`l€]] and Tiffany
  Cohen. Meagher, from Louisville, won three golds in 1984 at
      Los Angeles.
{Z    _,  A native of Akron, Ohio, Schubert swam breaststroke at
l     { UK under Coach \Vynn Paul from 1967 through 1969. A bro-
     ` _   ken leg ended his competitive career, so he finished at UK as
  1    l·   a student assistant. A wel