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j  S. \\`e1Jb: 1902. H. A. Hoeing; 1903. Marguerite \1c1.angh1in: 1901. \1rs. Rolrert \\`y1i1: 1921. Rex. R. ;iIIi2"I£I(‘:]I§
 _;   Raible; 1922, Mrs. \\'i1liam Logan; 1923. Dr, \\`il1iarn (L. 1·`inn; 1939. Ilonrer \\`. Ilrompson: 1910. \lr~ ¥i¤i¤I1Bl- Bla;
  Richard Crutcher (Dorothy I-Iillenmeyer); 1941. Airs. Norman (llrrisnran (_I<·an Nlariv NIi(Zouu<·11t1 1912. .1&_D.(?il¤.ii
Q  * , Nlrs. John C. \\10rsham (Margaret Cantrill); CLASS O1? 1958-Iid Berk (;\rts K Scic·rrc<·s`1. (IIIIIIIIIILIIIZ (lI.t~~ §If;’:I°$EI9ggé
  R€pI`eSe11tZ1ti\‘eS: T\1i11iam G. Nlartin (E(1lICI1[I()H`)Z Iohn Miller (1.aw) loin liossett (I)I1lIl`1I11l(\lZ llrurt Dil`? I?621I
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Ul\IVERSIT\ AFFAIRS . . .,.. .. .. .. ....   ................................... .. ...... 19
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EXECUTWE COMMYITEE 1959,60 SPORT NEIVS   ,._..._ . ..._ ..     ._......_..... . .....,................ . ............... -1
‘. Ralph ]. Ang~lucci, President, 2101. Nich0· —
lasville lload, LLexington, Ky, BIRTHS, DErATHS, \NIEDDIN(rS . .. . .   . ...... . ......... . . ....... . ......... 23
Berkley Davis, \`icc President, 1624 Alder-
son Court, Owenslioro, Kentucky  
    King. Director of R~\lumni AEairs,
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Hr In A,   )]‘(i·t-agrgggéblsglllcgjzs DL-pm-{mem, Mit. Iiltncr Gilb, Paris Road, Lexington, Ken- M1; {amos A. Sutherland, Bl00mHe1d, Ken-
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` " sailles Pike. Lexington (Tenn expires 1962) llwkinsvillc. kentucky. land, kentucky. _ _ r
ylt, illiayn R_ Bl;,cl;_ 390 N_ 33rl,_ 5;__ Paducah, Dr. O_. B. Murphy, 743 \Vest Cooper Drive, Mr. R. G. Wells, ]r., Pikevrlle, kentucky.
( _, Ky. (Term expires 1962) l—·l‘N}“lil0“· l\_Fm\;Cl\'Y· _ _ _ _ _ _ ts Q d Nrondav
iii-. iith D. tsmnaiinit. Jr., cnaiz, Ky., (Term Mn Mwton W Mel. Civ E¤z¤¤¤¢¤S 0Ffi¤¢» Eescume C°’“m“‘” me ~€°°“ · ·
- , expires 1962) Henderson, kentucky. night of each month. September through
(ll" Chard E. Cooper, Somerset, Ky. (Term ex- MT- M¤K¤>' _R€€§l~ I\’·· 1925 Spring D¥i‘·'€» Ma}? fl:30 D-“l·· Carnahan H°uS°· unless
;t-tttt pins 1962) Louisville o, kentucky. otherviise specified.
. ty A. Huguelet, ]r.. 1469 Lakewood Drive,  
llilllli Lexington (Term expires 1962)
terrr 113rt1I?a\vso11, Bloomfield, Kr. (Term expires ,
`lgm., athen xtctiiey, r>.o. Bur 548 Owensboro, Ky. A   n P G   H    
. (Term expires 1961)
`l* —\` Ties HT Pence, 615  Gliifth St. Louisville,
zrdldori ]$ni2t·§;E,lriiexti?gt6g Herald, Leung- Only about $39.000 is needed to graduates at various times during the
(Q] ll ton. Ky. (Tern expires 1960) . , . i . ‘. ‘ . .
l ’ H. r_rmdwick‘l Kcmuckrnu Hotety Lexmy ][’,l(ll the g(`)[ll SCI lit} Ill€ I.Il'tl\€l“S1[§ }€€U`·
¤<>¤¢ lw- (Term expires 1960) ol l{ClllllCli\' AI11111111 Association for .\ Louist-me alumnus O{ the Uni-
Carlisle Myers, lr., 12.11 Richmond Road, . _ . ‘ _ _. b . tt_b ‘ _ _
%¢¤¤i¤¤{¤¤-   (Term eypirvs 1960) _ <‘lQhl l)m_l€€l$ UNI “'ll C hlflll em? versity has come up with a good sug—
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~_ Ralph _r_ ,t_,,gcluCc;_ 2101 Nicholnsvillg ptr, the t'X(`(`llll\`L‘ t`¤¤ ntieniiioii. ,___ Director Helen King and pledged his
tlrliatnll.To1y1i’> I)l`l)l·CS$l)l`S and other Contributions are \\‘b{]c enough gl·;l(l11;l{€5 to make up
APPOINTIVE MEMBERS ll>il‘¤1§ the <>l>_lC<`il"<‘$ of 1110 film- the tlchrit may not pledge their bonus
r·_§0n;€r L.11}aker, 501 snutli Second, Louis- liillwl Wlllfll WM li¤llll<`ll<`t,([(»,·_ Feb 2],
rtttckrllmu D°°p’ 117 Cm" H°“d°"°"‘ kc"` aiitl will serve as a rallying point lor l9(3()_
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stty projects. with the hope that this tn an economic bracket which . . . en- ··ihi,hk ,,,0 H.,-V ihhih hn. ,i\.iiIii _ .
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  be pledged in Order to Teach the 5JUU btnltls lot tlotttg sotnetltttti; tt wgts To Improve Etlucationttl Fntiliiii $1-300
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 Ii; This is ¤ wi ¤¤hi¤~‘¤¤¤¤¤¤¤ =·¤<* is =· iii;] iiiit~iiiiiiLiIIIiiittliitiwisliitiiwtiiiitiIii.); I‘i`II.III`"I` II" I`, iI°`I`i`°'I III`I`I-II` It H III
  eredit to the volttnteer workers and to i,,Ym.L.uh hi my mx'im\.iimiis uic iiiioi i)_.(iI{u`ilIml III III in? IUIIIIIIIII
l   the dedicztted ztlutnui who have either (med ih [hmé iiiiiiiiii miisiiiCi_ iiii_ \IIi In In lI_IiIIIIII`III` II`IIIII$ I
Q pledged or cont1‘iI)llt€(I K0 {ITIS ¤I!`i"O· i)o;·t;in[_ l’ttl)lic edttiatiott in all cate- Ii(jIt»I|"iI— UIIII ·“`mi "l(I IIUIIIIII IIIIII I
o ` NOW IS THE TIME *0 PIII ¤ MIC gorics tan ttm ttettttttamt S., tat at t ,,,IfkIiI ii(—II(`m`III—,I MII IIIIII "III
 I. *I‘I‘I€(I €fIOI`I IIIIO the GIIIIPIIISIL III ant concerned. Follotvittg this thotturht nimi [inf »(]mIiIImiIi)IiI. III IWIII
 I pledgé YOIIYSOIL if YOII IIIIVC IIOI ZIIICIIIIY this is to sztv that I will send votthtnxI ii-] Ll [II. Li I.I(im0i?I MIIHM of -— ·
    done so, or. if yott have, to see your check {0,. $500 when iht. hhhus ig i um m tit Ic"? H of ilu WHICII
  [ Classniatc Ol- neighbor OI- f€llO"·_K€ll_ paid], .\I·l (‘Xl)JIlI`I2Il:('(I I\l'IlIlI(`IiIQlIl,IlIi Wlllill Ilils its lls gmt]
;   I within the next year or two. \V]_TH (i€tllllI`}' (ilttl). I Itgttl r;t[lter (lt; it {hit II!I¢LIi¢'*I HI IIIgII(‘l` t~tlttt;tti.»n in Ii
V  j YOUR HE[_p_ BOTH T]-[ROUGH wzty than obligate ntysell lor live ye;trs_ IIII  
.   _ CONTRIBUTION AND SO]_]C['[`_5\. It is il pretty good chunk ol cash lor (Z. Rol>t·rt Ycatgcr. `Zi!. csctttttxt
;  Q n TION_ \\/E SHOULD REACH OUR un average Izttnily to pttt out attd I president ol the I,. (Q. llallottt (Qtr
_  *0 1 GOAL BY JUNE ]_ }Q5()_ probzthly c:tn`t ztllord it. but I \\'itIll to onc ol lII{`s statttttltcst altttntti. nt. He
r  I Hercwiih are Printed Cxccrpis from szty thts—ztlter what the University has this tottttttcttt; "I ant ctttltvslttg nn  
 . Some letters which have been received done lor me and what tt is cttrretttly plitzttion lor ttttanliersltip in tht I
g y A in connection with the drive. The`, doing lor my children. I Willlt to assist tttry (Lhth. I thinle this it ;I tt-tmtltq COT
f j V Point up the devotion and interest Oi t0 my `tltm0St. Wltetltef I cétn itllortl Il I(ICit Ltntl I Ittrpc il good tttgtttt .tltt·
 E I UK alumni in doing something really III II°I· *IIlII>OI`I iI·"
V  .Y t Constructive [Oi. Alma Mmm-_ Dr. Roscoe Iiztslt. `25, oi Lebztnott. I)r. I·l:trrv R. \\`;tlkt·r. EIB, ol It ''`` ’
`   Tenn., cotntnented that "it might seein Iattd. (Z:tli|`..Istatt~s that "it is with gt: SII
    I yyam In TOO a bit unusual lor me to enter into a pleasure that I ioitt the (letttttrx til:. _____
  iii  i_ i From Dorothy Tanner Cabot, ,35, pledgeiolil tlttisiztinottttt since I ant now Ititally, ·l)ax·irl l,_ II`ltorttttttt_ I[]ll_ \ H(
 _   I I Htmstutt., wtmse ttuttmtt iszt memtm f,f;fI;ji]i"IIIf{‘_ {“I.QI?"?"I‘i _I’I"‘$“""‘.· ?"'II“*· I`I”‘ "II"I"°I’ """"""‘."·."II
4   4 A Him: ui am Proud that Matt is Zi mem-   .' tt   ut litilll .tt tc.tr·t .t-nd it tug tltree tlegtees Irotn tht- I nntt— · ····
i   ber Of the Century Club butl want in, xiltidllilil tiltlultt. III lllttlslllg lillts t-tl Ixcttlttt ky Illlil my tlgtttglttct on  
 ‘   i too! So, herewith is my initial con»  Iii;i:;II?Iii iiI.I m_,iiIiII_ III? IiIIIII’II` I°°I IIIIII IIIIi IIIII"I`II“II}` II‘I` ‘I‘III" III .....
Q   UibutiOn_Scni in the Spirit Of Aloha Y id miiic AU v0illli_\y1[   \\tIl 5])Citll iUI`·UllI` lztnitly and want to have ;ti]··
i   i and with deep gmiimdc to my Alma int I. votstu, ot, still have ahtd- mitts teaching and reseatrlt expattswt
i zg i`/later',. Illgl [dill] I Ill [IIC l)l"Il1(I])ICh. ttt(‘lItt)(Is Iltcrsc ;trc· I)tt[ ;t low ol [lit- (Ita/t·1l~ ·····
i i l: 0 Phil Ardcr ,35 Louisville umn C aint ipiiltctcs that h.tvc .tly».tysHgttttIetl lttters wltith lltavc heen tontttt;
T  in ik L i ya) r yi H Y, [IC .¤I( ITIInI§[I`¢l[I()II ol I.IlIh gI(.¤l[ lIIlI· \\'llIl (()ll[I`lI)llII()IlS I|l](l l)l('(lgl‘\’rIIII
 i   gtlite izsictihgiiitiiittic yyrhtcleriiui pledge, yerstty. irylso, when one reacthes the ol wlticlt, itttitletttally. are Iront I" Al
i   I `_ Veterans Hcgsri ie ir: oytei ily many nie ol hltyiihe will know, tl he has gt·;ttItt;ttt»s_ \\'II,I, \\'I·Q I;I·j III·..\l1. will ~
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,,R_ it M,. CENTURY CLUB
,;,,.ml;,_,l,, Alumni Association — University of Kentucky
·* lh wu] 1865-l965
tion in l~.
LM-(m,\, PLEDGE RECORD
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lluxilil m Here is my contribution to the University ol lxentucky .·\llll`|l11l Century (.1ub Fund 1n the amount of
l"*l"¥ ""   .......................................... l hereby pledge to pay $100 annually on tl1e dates listed below; or until my
> in 1l (
, ;, “.,,;;d(.,. contribution totals $500.
lllilll) .1|11·
gt`,-img,. NGNILD Year Month Amount
¤··¤¤··‘~ 11- ......................................................................................................................................... _ _
uml »2U`\ HO\IE ADDRESS 1960 ............1........... *5100
H A . t 1
""""_"·_ " _ __ ,_ _ _ 1901 ........................ 100
ht. I Hl\li_ ···· ·····. ..·...·.. ...... ................... .... ................... .... .................····..··· ···· ···.··· ·.·· . .... ...... ...... .
¤·ul¤¤<·¤ ~·= BUSINESS ADDRESS 1962 ........................ 100
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0 have i1·]’·' CLASS YEAR 1905 ........................ 100
llCXIliI11hI01 ( _
[hc (|.,,l·H. ...................... . ..........................................,.............................. . .................................... IJO4 ...................,..,. 100
1 mornin; DATE
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[;°.};l;,";;{:( All contributions are tax deductible and checks should be made payable to University of Kentucky
Alumni Century Club Fund.
   
LUMNUV THE KENTUCKY ALUMNUS 7

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-  A by Herman Lee Donovan, University of Ufcd I_“
    Kentucky Press, Lexington, 1959, 162 Iem "_I I
  Pageg un goinj
  .lns tusti
g   loin ol ·
if  ts; gener:
  1   KEEPING THE UNIVERSITY A  
.   wad to \\
 ;_ {iis collt
.       political
`Q ` Assembly
- ; statutes
g ` ` state de]
IC L define j
`f  EDI'I`OR’S sorts: The review presented /tcrctcil/t ¢·ntp}ta.vize.s· the l1ll])Ul'itIlttSluU`. *"
  this book to every man and woman ittlcrcslcd in the progrc.v.s· and t[t’t`t*[opt "°l—l€“I`
¥ of higher education and should hold special interest for alumni of the ('nirt ·"‘*““ _I"'
 Q, of Kentucky. It is a vital story of the man and the institution he Iteudctf·‘\S""""'I
 { fifteen years. President Emeritus Ilcrman Lec Donovan made fI'('l1l(’1tS(ihU()i"
   ,vV - contributions to Kentitcky and her University during his tenure. Iit’t1(i;uiCH‘ I"‘
  review and then order your copy from I/to University of Kentucky I` me ‘“"’
.  jeopa rtlt
 E  of Unix
  tnitcc W
i°‘ issued :
Q Q priate rt
 ·, To keep a university free and grow- ln hfteen interesting chapters the tttcky yoted in 19-19 an apptop the stat
  ing requires a man of heroic mould. author outlines his problems and their atnentlmeut to the state ttntstitttttt made lt
 . t Such a man is Herman L. Donovan. solutions in the areas of finance, build- .-\ll college presitlents are tontin and lac
  j For fifteen years, 1941-1956, he per- ings. public relations, students, faculty. subject to pi·esstires from many citizenry
 i` I formed this service magnihcently for athletics and so forth. Pre-eminent ments of society. 'l`he president hamper
 if the University of Kentucky. among them, as would be naturally ex- state university is mort- ltttch - eral .-\ss
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