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KENTUCKIAN
Published by thd SENIOR CLASS
UNIVERSITY/KENTUCKY
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY
VoL54  Dedication
CTo James
Kennedy
Patterson
the president whose foresiqht and diliqence laid the foundation for the development of the University of Kentucky as it is today, this volume is dedicated on this hundredth anniversary of his birth
  Motif
Contrasting the proportion of his dream ujith the magnitude oj its fulfillment, the 1033 Kentuckian offers the foru?ard lookinq, fearless uision of President Pat" terson as an encouraqinq example to one depressed bi} anij doubtful prospects of the future  Contents
Campus
Uniuersit
1
^Administration 23 Seniors 31 Juniors 75
Sophomores 95 Freshmen 103
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Features
Beauties 113 Snapshots 121
Activities
Student Qouernment 133 Publications 139
Music 145 Military 149
Athlet ICS
Football 155       Basketball 165        Track 173 Minor Sports 179
Orcrartizations
:1
Honoraries and Professionals 185      Clubs 213 Fraternities and Sororities 227            University
  3JIij 14, 1932
tUmtor of tbr Araotttuj from IS Til until its absorption btj tlir Itniiuu'situ ttt 1911
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Alfrri ltd? (EaiitmplI, '35
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April 311, 1932
(!Ujl all Ails students in the palm of her hand: plays truant officer lor the athletes, keeping close check on them; has a hook rug that has been under const rue t ion lor more than a year; plays bridge ami tennis all year round.
F. Paul Anderson
Dean of College of Engineering since 1891: a native of South Bend. Ind.: B. M.E. from Purdue University, 1890' M. E., 1891: Democrat and Episcopalian; member of Tau Beta I'i. Sigma Chi. Triangle, and Ashland Coif club; exponent of truth, beauty, and publicity in the education of engineers; enthusiast on dahlias and dogs.
IDilliam Edtuin Freeman
Assistant dean of College of Engineering since 1921: head of department of electrical engineering A. B. Transylvania College. 1901; B. M. 1901; Electrical Engineer, 1913; member of Kappa Alpha. Tau Beta I'i. Lamp and Cross. Omicron Delta Kappa: vice-president Southern division American Institute of Electrical Engineers: Mason: Rotary Club: likes golf and brags about his garden.
Columbus Rudolph Melcher
Dean of Men since 191 I; 1.1.. B. from University of Louisville. 1890; assistant professor of modern languages, 1907; head of German department; member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Tau Delta; Presbyterian and Mason: excellent back-scat driver: wears spats: likes German, pretzels, and Leipsig: enjoys raising strawberries and asparagus.
Sarah Qibson Blandinq
Dean of Women since 1925; A. B. University, 1923: M. A. Columbia. 1920; member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, I'i Sigma Alpha, and Mortar Board; has a camp for girls during the summer; is a one-man track team; swims, shoots, rides, plays tennis and basketball: lias trouble with the knot of hair: cuds her conversation with "thank you so much."
Page Twenty-six Edruard LUiest
Dean of College of Commerce since 1925; professor of economics since 1918; Presbyterian and associated with the II. S. Weather Bureau, 1906-1911; member of Phi Sigma Kappa, Beta Gamma Sigma; likes fishing, gardening, studying, and eggs and bacon for breakfast; fancies all shades of red, but only one dog: in prosperous limes promoter of an annuity for "broken" professors; now, silent, serene, saving nothing.
LUilliam Septimus Taylor
Dean of the College of Education since 1923: B. S., 1912; M. S University of Wisconsin, 1913: I'll. D., Columbia. 1923: editor of the Kentucky Schools Journal: president of the Kentucky Educational Association; member of Phi Delta Kappa. Kappa Delta I'i. Alpha Zeta, N.E.A., A.A.A.S., and. ahKiwanis Club and Masons; a constant specchmaker, spending bis spare time preparing for the next address.
JUuin E. Euarts
Dean of the College of Law since 1927; A. 15.. Coiner University, 1898; l'h.D University of Michigan. 1908; assistant professor of Latin, University of Wash ington, 1908-1909; member of Delta Theta Phi, order of the Coil: Democrat and Wrangler; emphasizes radio talks by grabbing and shaking "mike;" tennis enthusiast; author; sleeps during court trials.
cTheordore T. Jones
Acting Dean of Graduate School: head of department of ancient languages since 1901; University honor graduate. 1902; l'h.D.. Harvard; member Phi Beta Kappa: pursues the classic tradition in gardening; perpetually present in periodical reading room: rationalizes the classics and carries an umbrella; generally genial: has black eves and winking clavicles.
Page Twenty-seven \
1
Edward F. Farquhar
Professor of Literature in the Department of English since 1909; by contemporary student vole, "The Most Popular Professor on the Campus"; former Chautauqua lecturer: sponsor of the former literary publication, "Letters": was honestly unaware of the popularity contest until congratulated for his victory; attributes his victory to his strict attention to work and absence of campaigning holds the doctrine of "Free Souls": advises student meditation- prone to geometrical blackboard sketches as diagrams for drama lectures; believes in evolution; most frequently characterized by his "wicked eye," his pipe, his hat pulled over his ears, his delightful sarcasm and a kindly disposition.
Associate professor of English since 1923 second most popular professor on the campus; instructor at Toledo University A. 15. Illinois. 1916 \1.A. Harvard. 1919; member of Phi Beta Kappa' a prominent actor in Guignol circles- an inveterate stamp collector; known for his horn-rimmed specs, his pipe, his use of understatement, sometimes almost brutal to hear him tell it; has a very defined opinion of Women's clubs; a good fellow with bis students.
Third choice of the students and vet a professor of physics since 1921: B.S., 1913, and Ph.D. in 192(1 from University of Chicago; a member of Phi Kappa Tau. Sigma Xi. Sigma I'i Sigma and the Cosmopolitan club: Geo-physicist for the Sun Oil company, and likes to tell tales of his work in the oil lie-Ids: has twinkling blue eves, is proud of the size of his shoes, and in spite of red hair is probably the best nalured man on the campus.
Head of the Department of Physics- head of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology: third most popular professor at the University; was graduated from the University of Kentucky, 1901: was student assistant in the physics department in 1900: received his Master's degree in 1902; facetiously rumored that he came to ibis institution soon after the Civil War, ubiquit-iouslv i)i esc-111 cut since; was a Major of Artillery during the World War: hobby, archaeology, particularly the remains and mill-stones extant in Kentucky.
Qeorqe K. Brady
Otto T. Koppius
LUilliam Snyder UJebb
Page Twenty-eight PROFS
Leui Jackson Horlacher
For honors, position, degrees, and qualifications please see page 27 for lie is also the assistant dean of the College of Agriculture^ In addition he is the author of a book, "Sheep Raising"; is decidedly sheep-minded and agreeable seems to like plenty of work and fell in love with his wife while at college.
Henri] Beaumont
Assistant Professor of Psychology: graduated from the University of Leyden,-Holland' A. 11. from Stanford University; Ph. 1) from the University of Vienna' came to the University in 1930, where he was soon known as "The Young Apollo"' possessor of an infectious smile: is an Allasig- instituted the "Personnel Bureau" for optimistic grads desiring jobs: classes arc
James Thomas Cotton Noe
Professor of the History of Education since 1923; came to the University in 1906 as instructor in the department of Pedagogy of the Normal School- acting dean in 1909' received his A. B. from Franklin College in 1891: M. A. degree from Franklin College in 1891; studied as a graduate at Cornell University, and at the University Chicago- a member of the Canterbury club. Phi Delta Theta, Kappa Delta Pi. Phi Beta, Scribblers club. Louisville An dub.
Lloyd B. Aueritt
Instructor in Economics: came to the University in 1931: received A.B. from the University in 1923: M. A. in 1925: intended the University of Richmond, Virginia. 1918-1919: member of I beta Chi. social fraternity; Beta Camma Sigma, honorary: before coming to the University, an insurance supervisor for ten years: author of "Local Taxation of Insurance Business in the United Slates."
LUilliam Arnold Neumtan
Professor of Railroad Surveying and Goddesy: graduated from Transylvania College in 1893' received B. S. in Civil Engineering from the University in 1891: instructor in the College of Engineering since 1918; better known among engineers as "Daddy"' in I he-past few years has built up a touching companionship with his black "five gallon" hat.
Forrest R. Black
Professor of Law since 1926- A. B. University of Wisconsin, 1916: M. A. Columbia, 1919 I.L.B. Ohio State, 1920- Ph. D. Robert Brookings Graduate School of Government, 1925: member of the Order of the Coif: Delta Theta Phi- author of "Ill-S'arrcil Prohibition Cases," 1931: has articles in New Republic. Nation, and Plain Talk.
i'iii'c Twenty-nine
   Ours are the twilight hours; Ours, alone, the peace
Of rest, before the shadowed struggle lowers Over our hearts; a long desired release Impends, as the soft lingering twilight ends.
age Thirty-two SENIORS
Senior Officers
Ri ssell H. Gray
[resident
Carlton O. Wallace
treasurer
Nell Dish man Jane Givens vice-president secretary
Kentuckian
John M. Kane
editor
John H.'Ewinc business manager
X
Page Thirty-three
It- SENIORS
ROBERT E. ADAMS, IS. S. in Com.
Pin R \i'i'a Tai;
Covington
GEORGE G. ADKIXS, IS. S. in Merit. Eng. Greenville
ARTHUR H. ARE, IS. S. in Com.
Alpha Tau Omega
Canton. Ohio
FRANCES A. ALDERSON, A. IS. AUlcrson, W. Va
Alpha Xi Delta Treas. Alpha Xi Delta: Pitkin Club: V. W. C. A.
RAY W. ALFORD. IS. .V. in Com.
Sigma Cm Scabbard and Blade Guignol; Pershing Rifles
HEXRY F. ALMS, B. S.  in Ag.
Alpha Zeta
Ft. Thomas
Lexington
MAICil_CL_AMBROSE, A. IS. Glee Club: Catholic CI I
Lexington >: French Club
Lexington
Lexington
Lexington
Page Thirty-jour SENIORS
ALEXANDER L. ANDERSON', JR.      AUlcrson, W. Va. B. S. in Mech. Eng. Tau Beta I'i A. i. E. E.; A. S. M. E.; Dicker Eng. Society
WINSTON B. ARDERY, It. s. in Com.
I'm Delta Theta President of Strollers
VELMA A. ARNOLD, B. S. in Ag.
O/F.I.L A. ATKINS, B. S. in Ag.
ROBERT J. AUSTIN. 11. S.
Alpha Cm Sicma Treasurer Alpha Chi Sigma
I 11 \ \ BACKER. /' S.
Pal is
Flemingsburg
Murray
Providence
I .exington
EDGAR E. BAGSHAW, 11. S. in Min. Eng. Lexington Put Mu Alpha 1
Band: Philharmonic Orchestra^ ^Norwood Mining Society
>WARD W. BfvKT.R, A. Ifi-in Ed.
ron
Pres. Phi Stgm L
ELWOOD^T^pSffiEx**
L.vviiOA Cm Alpha
/^SCABHAKU
Ticc-Prcsidcnl ji J. ED\\^\RDjl|;VRT(TU'
Phi Mu'alpha I Band; Or< hestra; Pres. and Ticas Broadcasting Orel
Page Thirty-five SENIORS
BEN
11 \ I
JOHN F. BERTRAM, B. S. in Com. Vanceburg I'm Sigma Kapp \ Delta Sigma I'i
Kernel StafE
ROBERT II. BINFORD, It. S. in Com. Fulton Sigma Nu
_ Band: Gnignol: Strollers
P, B. S. in Home EftJ m'i'a Kappa Gam
IjlJ Winchester
Lebanon
Callellsbiir'.
Ashland
Ci
ia Pill
/ib; Henry Clay Law Society; ill Note Editor Law Journal
Page Thirty-six
97 Oli\e Hill
1 HOMPSON K. BONZO, H. S. in C. E.
Triangle Tau Beta Pi President Triangle
PAUL E. BORDERS, B. S.in Mech. Eng. Lexington
JAMES W. BOYD. 11. S. in Civil Eng.
Triangle Scabbard and Blade President A. S. C. E.
LASSERRE BRADLEY, EE. II.
Paducah
Lexington
J. HAROLD BREDWELL, 11. S. in Cam.
Sigma Nt; Delta Sigma I'i Pan-Hellenic Council: Tennis; Lances; Lamp and Cross
Bellevue
AUL1 NE E. BRISKER. ./. IS.
Knoxville 'IVim-
Ti \ Delta 'I'm i \
CAROLINE BROWN, II. S. in Home Ec
IRMEI. \. BROW
HAZEL I
Kl .LSI   \ R
Glee Club: Pitkin Club. Y. W. C.) A. Club: Sec. A. S.
Page Thirty-seven SENIORS
EDITH BURKE, A. B. in Ed.
Kappa Delta Y. W. C. A.
Ashland
GARNETT R. BURKS, LL.B.       Albuquerque, N. Mcx. Kappa Sigma Phi Alpha Delia Men's Student Council
WILLIAM C. BURKS, B. S. in Com.
Sigma Chi
Kenova, W. Va.
JOHN B. BYARS, B. S. in Mech. Eng.   Smithville, Tenn.
DURWOOD E. CALLAHAN
B. S. in Mech. Eng. A. I. E. E.,  A. S. M. E.
Lexington
u-n i I A Yt A  CM I IS  K. S. in Com.
Paducah
\1
[OAN R. (ARK,AX. A. B. in JournA^ Liberty
Theta Sigma Phi Sj W. A. G^CTwatic EdsgSernel; j\MJEd. Kentuckian; CosmopoTrrTTii Club; Ciflsjjtee ClubUptkin Club: Inlcr-nalional  Relations C.luNQBWgJKV. Senior Cabinet: Alma Magna Male
^iW"^''1 Louisville /.i ia Tau Aliti \ L: Guignol; Pitkin Clul.
Lexington
Louisa
Page Thirty-eight SENIORS
THEODORE J. CASSADY, /./.. /{.       East St. Louis, 111.
I'i Kappa Alph \ Phi Di i.i \ I'm
Pres. Freshman Class Pres. SuKy Circle; Lances; Pan-Hellenic
CATHERINE ELLIS CASSIDY, IS. S. in Ed. Lexington Pitkin Club; Y. W. C. A.: Alma Magna Mater
W. HERSHELL CAVE, A. 11. Ml. Vernon,
Alpha Sigma Phi
MATT CHEANEY, 11. S. in Ail. .
Henderson
ORYILLE W. CHINN, B. S. in Mich. Eng. Lexington Varsity and R. O. T. C. Rifle Team; A. I. E. E.; A. S. M. E.
C. RICHARD CLARKE, A. B. in Ed.    New Albany. Ind _ KinMt CliiT -
Cheer Leader; Freshman Football, Basketball, and Track
JOHN M. CLARKE, B.S.
jIlwla Lambda Tau
DAVID .v CI
OLEN BT
ka Tau Delta __ OsiicWc^SeliaXKappa; Scabbard Pershing RfctlesTRille Te^imr~eaf>t^R. IIICIe Freshman Trackfand Football; "Student CtxijJ;JresS^Y. M. C. A.; Stiollers: Pan-Pol it ikon; kernel: Kentuciian
STUART COHEN. II. S.
Page Thirty-nine SENIORS
VIRGINIA COLLINS, ./. is. in Ed.
Delta Zeta I'iikin Club; V. W. C. A.
Mavs Lick
DOROTHY J. COMPTON, .1. IS. in Music Lexington Delta Zeta I'm Beta
Pan-Hellenic; Pres. Delia Zela; Girls Glee Club; Pitkin Club: V. VV. C. A.
WILLIAM E. COXGI.l'. TON. IS.s. in Com. Lexington
I HOMAS C. CONREY, 13. S.
Pi Kappa Alpha Strollers
Owensboro
ROSCOK D. COOKE, IS. S. in Mech. Eng. Louisville Triangle A. I. E. !'..: A. S. M. E.; Keiiluckian
Lex in<> ton
Port Knox
Georgetown
Louis', illc
Page Forty SENIORS
FREDERICK J. CREUSERE, U.S.
IRVINE S. CROWE. IS. S. in Com.
Newport
Nicholasv illc
JOHN  R. CUM MINGS, ./. /.'.
Kappa Sigma
Fleminesburi
WILLIAM F. DANNECKER Cincinnati, Ohio
IS. S. iii Mining and Met. Eng Alpha Lambda Tau Norwood Mining Society
SCOTT L. DAVENPORTE, is. s. in C. E.
I'll) SlGM \  KAPP \
A. S. C. E.
Maysville
FRANCES H. DAVIS, /./>'. Lexington, Va
Wtkin Gh-hV
RODGER G. DAVIS, /.'. S. in Com.
_ Phi Kappa Tau
WILLIAM i
ANNIE M
FT.F.ANOR |T. DAWSON. A. B.
an Omi.g \
Mortar Hoard; Pan-Hellenic: W
Page Forty one SENIORS
E/.ELLA N. DEITZ, A. B. in Ed.
ANNE THOMAS DENTON, A. B. in Ed.
Kappa Delta Strollers
WILLIAM B. DICKSON, B.S.inCom.
Phi Kappa Tau Pan-Hellenic
SIMEON E. DRAKE, B. S. in Com.
Sigma Nu
EIELDON E. DUNN, B. S. in Mech. Eng Triangle Treasurer SuKy
HERBERT P. DUNNING, B.S.inEd.
Wilmorc
I .exington
Cincinnati, O.
Lexington
Covington
Owcnsboro
Morganfielc
Stillwater
I lenderson
Upsii.on; Omicron D'XT.a Kappa;
^a KAPljJRScAI.i'MCil   \m) li\l)e
id Blade; Pershing RifTes: Track;
Winchester
EVANS, A.B.
I.wnBffllM'ti Alpha ^Omicron Delta Kappa: Scahharii and Blade Lamp and Cross; Captain Rillc  learn; Gitignol Key: Pres. SuKv; Strollers: lunior Ed. Kent ink in n
Page Forty-two
m LEE EVAN'S, B.S.inAg. Fordsville Campus Club Sec. Block and Bridle; Cross Counlrv Team
GEORGE J. EVENIN, B.S.inAg. Sarafoff, Russia
JOHN H. EWING, JR.. /!. S. in Ag. Prospecl Pi Kappa Alph \ Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Zeta; Scabbard and Blade Pres. Men's Student Council; Pres. Student Board of Pub lications; Guignol; Business Manager 1933 Kentuckian; Y. M. C. A.; Vice-President SuKy
WILLIAM II FARMER
/,'. S. in Mech. Eng.
BESSIE C. FARRIS. A.B. in Ed.
Kappa Delia
MARJORIE E. FALLENER. .1.11.
Alpha Gamma Delia
Lawrenceburt
Stanford
Hazard
Will 'FLOCK FENNELL. li. S.frrffmue F.r.. N;i
Treas
Alpha Xi Delia Phi Upsii.on Omicron
Council; Guiginaf (g^e Club: rnc Economics Club",
JT
JOSEPH M .    I R(.
Footba
WILLIAM
GEOR'
Page Forty-three SENIORS
JAMES R. FOSTER, /.'. S.
Campus Club I'm SlGM \ I'm
Springfield
Nicholasville
MALCOLM I.. FOSTER, It. S. in Ed.
I'i Kappa Alpha Delta Sigma I'i; Omicron Delta Kappa: Scabbard and Blade Pres. Pan-Hellenic; Pres. Junior Class: Lances: Footba Basketball; Track, and Tennis
DAN I.. FOWLER, 1.1.. /.'.
Deli \ Tau Delia I'm Delta I'm Kernel
MARY PRINCE FOWLER, .1.11.
Kappa Delia
CAROLYN FOX WORT Tl. A. 11. in Ed.
Lexingto
I .exington
Lexington
JAMES S. FRAXKF.L. 11. S. in C. /.'. Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha Tau Beta Pi
e&T'Alma Magna Maler
avvson Springs
Frankfort
Lexington
fcty e Council; "w. CJJ^Mty^l^lgSlSrcs. English Delta Phi: Kciuuckian Si a IT
W\|fl|EN K. GAILLAMML 11.
K \VV,\   Si<. m \
(t^(fes. Dl',IA
Freshman Football; Varsity Football
1 .el lanou
Page Forty-four
97 SENIORS
Lexington
Page Forty-five KARL W. GRAHAM. B. S. in Mec. Eng.     Bowling Green Triangle Tau Beta IT
Associate Editor Kentuckian;  Manager Varsity Tennis: Sec. A. I.E.E.; A.S. M.E.; See. Tau Beta Pi
K \ 1 HERINE I.. GRAVES,^. B.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
i ,ex ington
ROBERT LEE GRAY, Saratoga Springs. N. Y.
B. S. in Mec. Eng. Alpha Sigma Phi Tau Beta it
RI ssl'.LL H. GRAY, /{. S. in M   A.: Vice-president   Pitkin Club; Itian Staff
Georgetown
in, Canal /.one
U.E JUSTICE, .-Ltlfi
I .1 A   SlGM \   I'i 11
Classical Club; History Club
Pikeville
Pikcville
Page Fifty SENIORS
FRED A. KAEMPFFE, A.B. East Rutherford, N.
Sigma Phi Efsilon Baseball
JOHN M. KANE, B. S. in Mech. Eng.   Schenectady, N. Y. Alpha Sigma Phi Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi Pres. Tau Beta Pi; Editor 1933 Kentuckian; Vice-chairman Pan-Politikon; Asst. Editor Kernel; Debating; Student Council
CHARLES R. KASTNER, B. S. in C. E.     Mt. Lakes, N. Triangle
HEFLIN KEELING, A. B.
Campus Club
OWEN KELLER, B. S. in Bacteriology Prvor Prc-Med Society
WILLIAM G. KENTON, I.1..H.
Pi Kappa Alpha
Shclbyville
Henderson
Maysville
K. MAXWELL KERR, 71. S. in Com.
Pi Kappa Alpha
Louisville
Pin Mu Alpha; Delia Sigma Pj_ (.lee  Club;   Philharmonic Orcheslra: Strollers; rsity Quartette
C \RM Kl
Jl'DITH
Page Fifty-one
71 SENIORS
Rl"TH E. KI.ABUNDE, A. B.
Phillipsburg, N. J.
ROGER G. KLEIN', A. 11.
Captain Tennis Team
Bellevue
WILLIAM D. KI.EISER, 11. S. in Ag. Lexington Kappa Alpha Keys; Basketball; Freshman Football; Black Guard
A11 HE MAE KOONZ, A.ll . in Ed.
MARY JO LAFFERTY, A. 11.
Kernel Staff
Lexington
I.atrobe, Penn.
HARRY R. LAIR, 11. S. in Com. Cynlhiana
Phi Dfita Theta _Omicron Delia Kappa; Delta Sigma Pi
Student Council: Pnnheilenic-Conncil
Lexington
==Rorhestcr, N. Y.
Lexington A. Cabinet
Lancaster
Page Fifty-two
 NOEL L. LEA. II S. in Ag.
Block and Bridle
Brooksv illc
POLLY LEE, A. U. Louisville Delta Delta Delta W. A. A. Council; Senior Cabinet Y. W. C. A.; Women's Rifle Team
JOE A. LEHMAN, /;. S. in Ag.
ANNA MAE LEWIS. ./. /,'.
Delta Delia Delia
Midway
Anchorage
President Delta Delta Delta: Junior Prom Ouccn: Y. W. C. A.
MARTHA D. EE WIS. A. IS. in Kit.
W. A. A.; Glee Club
AMELIA K. EICON. B. S. in Home Ec.
Finchville
-K. mm'A Delta
DOROTHftAL LILLESTON. .1.1!
JOE W. LUT
tTTTI
III I EN-
EUGENE LOVETT. A. B
Page Fifty-three
I LOUISE LOVING, A.B.
Theta Sigma Phi Kernel Staff
1 .exington
Harlan
WILLIAM A. LUTHER, A.B.
Lambda Chi Alph \ Omicron Dim a Kappa; Sigma Delta Chi; Scabbard and Blade Vice-President  Omicron  Delia  Kappa:  Secretary Sigma Delia Chi: Secretary-Treasurer Southern  Federation of College Students; Student Council;  Pan-Hellenic Council: Kernel Stall; Football
HORACE IT. LYNN, U.S.
Pi Kappa Alpha Omega Beta Pi
Moi gauvillc
HILLIE E. MADDOX. A.B. Worthington W. S. G. A.; Y. W. C. A.: Pitkin Club; Psychological Journal Club
CHESTER W. MALASKY. A.B.
Sigma Chi
SAM MANIA.
Cleveland, Ohio
Lexington
LL.B. Alpha Sigma I'm Phi Delta Phi
l'reuidenti Trea'iir"'' SuKx^. President. Treasurer, Strol-l.ik riiiijoinl, 1'iT',iimn.nFool ball: Kentucky Law Journal. Vice-President Pan-Hellenic Council: Keys: Mystic Thirteen V,
Louisville
M untie
WlBLIAM K. MASSIUflV/
Alrt-_^ I'm Dit i
Corinth
Lexington
'I'm i \
shing Rilles; .SiiKv; Keys, Slroi.
!. M. C. A.
Page Fifty-jour ELIZABETH II. MAUPIN, 13. S. in Home Ec. Richmond
CHARLES R. M WSON, A.B. Lexington Sigma Alpha EpsilON Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Delia Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Lamp and Cross SuKy; Senior Manager of Basketball
LESLIE M. MAYES, JR., 11. S. in Ag.
AI.I.IE 11. Mi A LISTER, A. II.
Kappa Kappa Gamma IT Mi Epsii.on
ROYCE H. McBEATH, B. S. in Mech. Eng.
A. I. E. E.; A. S. M. E.
Pel ryville
Lexington
Sal visa
tFWKm'i- \TiY > ll i'i l   )l .V. in /ri77."C7'7Jf=lJi;AiimU)n
JOSEPH R. McCORD, B.S.inAg.
Block and Bridle
JOHN IT. McGAVOCK, /). '.
Sofia, Bulgaria
Newport
F.MI.ER NEUMAN, B. S. in Com.        ^ Louisville Phi Stoma Kappa I'lli Mi; Ai.piia^JJei.ia Sigj!WB'i President lnTrTVrTt-?^)ba;|^5&Prcsicle^J^)elta Sigma Pi;
RICHARD I.. NEW COMB. /-'..V.. in Civil Eng. l.onis\illc i pi i \ Sigma Phi "ai Beta Pi C. Rotary A. S. C. E.
I.SON. /.'. .V. in (J uiiior)
AiBmwGjjkHKfA
Hi ink  amd Hi.
\p Tropin :
Moreland
Lexington
Page Fifty-eight SENIORS
MARY A. O'BRJEN, .1.11. Lexington
I'm Bkta; Theta Sigma I'm Mortar Board; Girls Band: Girls Glee Club; Orchestra; Cwens; Kentuckian
GERTRUDE E. O'CONNELL, A.B.
Cm Delta I'm
HUBERT 11. ODOR, B.S.
Alpha Cm Sigma
Lexington
Corinth
JOE OHR. A. II.
Lamuda Cm Alpha
RALPH M. O'NEAL, B. S. in Ag.
Block ami Bkiple
Irvine
\\'il more
GRANVILLE j. O'ROARK, Morristown, N. |.
B. S. in Ind. Chem. Triangle sVi.i'i-ia Cm Sicwa
Freshman Football; Kentuckian; Keys; Vice-President Alpha Chi Sigma
Lexington
AMES N. OWENS, B. S. in Mech. Eng. ^Sigma Cm
ScAiiiiARn ami Blade
ITIOMAS M.|bWSXErY \B.SMjilt.
Trcasiiii]NcA-/|oj>d=."Minni|g and Metallurgv S... . GJlce |cT7
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| FAN IE B.)pvARKERW>
i'omen's Athletic Associate
1.1  I HER H. PARR-71
Pryor Prc-Med Society
I'agi: Fifty-nine
 SENIORS
CLYDE W. PARSON'S, 11. S. in Mech. Eng.     Fort Thomas Cadet Captain: A. S. M. E.; A. I. E. E.
ROBERT VV. PATE, A.B. [ndianapolis, Ind.
Delta Tau Delta Presidenl  Delia Tau Delta: Freshman Basketball
IURNAM PEARLMAN, A.B. Lexington Glee Club: Radio Announcer; Kernel; Guiguol
ALICE L. PENNINGTON, A. 11. in Ed.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Girls Glee Club
Louisville
HOWARD 11. l'ETTLS, 11. S. in Ind. Chew. Stanford Alpha Chi Sigma
WILLIAM B  PHELPS, B. S. in Mech. Eng. Cloverporl Kappa Alpha
fcttenic Council; Lances
PAUL M. FINNEY. 11. S. in Com Phi De
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Lexington
'OR I IK. U.S.in Home li Llcmii Home EconojiTics Club
awrencebur:
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Palestine, III
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 HA I I IK M. PRICE, It. S. in Home Ec. Lexington
M. PRICE, It. S. in Elome Ex. Zeta Tau Alpha Piii Upsilon Omicron
MARY E. PRIGE, A.B. Lexington
Zeta Tau Alpha Vice-President Cwens;  President  Mortar Board; Treasurer SuKy; Fleur de Lis; Kernel; Kentuckian; Treasurer W. A. C.
OLLIE J. PRICK. B.S.inAg. Princeton Alpha Gamma Rho Block and Bridle; Scabbard and Blade Strollers; President Agricultural Society
DOROTHY I.. PROWS, B. S. in Home Ec. Lexington Phi Upsii.on Omicron
VIRGINIA L. PULLIAM, A.B. Leitchfield Delta Delia Delta Chi Delia Phi Vice-President Y. W. C. A.; Secretary W. S. G. A.
JAMES L. PYLES. B.S.
Mavsville
Keys
THOMAS M. OUISh VBLRRV. U.S. in .if*.     Win. Iieslei Alpha Gamma Rho Scabbard and Blade; Block and Bridli IVcsidrntA-iTtfm-Cnirima Rho; Agricultu^B-jjHictv: Vice-dent Block and Bridl
RAWLINGS Captaiite3Eei*his
RAV
HAROLD (\/RAID
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SENIORS
AR\ A RAY . ./. It.
Cm Omega
Louisville
Independence
Mackville
HAROLD S. RAY. B. S. in Mech. Eng.
Lambda Chi Alpha A. S. M. E.; A. I. E. E.
DOROTHY \V. RAYBOURNE
It. S. in Home Ec. I'm Upsilon Omicron Home Economies Club
AYLEENE C. RAZOR, B. S. in Home Ec. Flemingsburg Kappa Delia i'm Upsilon Omicron Secretary  Phi  Upsilon Omicron: Cwens; Secretary and Treasurer Agricultural Society; Attendant to Beauty Queen
ROBERT' S. REED, B.S.inAg. Covington Alpha Zeta Student Council;  President Alpha Zeta
GENE A. REHN, B. S. in Mech. Eng.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
-7VT S. M. E.
Louisville
Cla rkson
.exmgton i 11 o Team
Lexington
/ Mech. Eng. Nil holasville S. M. E.
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LLOYD E. ROGERS, A.B.
ROY L. ROMAN. B.S.inAg.
Block and Bridle
Lexington
Fern Creek
I.F.O ROSA. A. B.
1 .ouisville
Kappa Sigma
ANNA M. ROSS, A.B. in Ed. Berry Delta Delta Delta SuKy: Stroller Eligible; Kentuckian; W. A. A. Council
H. HOWARD ROTHWELL, B. S. in Ag. Paducah Block and Bridle; Alpha Zeta A<>tic i111 ui :iI Society; President Block and Bridle
LILLIAN M. ROW BO I HAM. A.B.
Eta Sigma Phi
Lexington
,Scrret=3gy-aud \'icc-rresidenl Ela SigmaPttir President Classical Club
CHARLES M. RUSSELL, /./../.'.
Sigma Ai imia Epsilon
I . FOREST S
MAR
CERTRLDJ B. SAMS, A.B. in Ed.
Glee-XTulTT^; W. G.
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AMES R. SALVERS, U.S. in Ed. Lexington Kappa Sigma Alpha Delta Sigma Kernel
JOSEPH H. SAUNDERS, B.S. Lexington Alpha Sigma I'm Track Team: Pan-Politikon: President Pryor Pre-Med Society
MILDRED N. SCHNEIDER Callelisburg B. S. in Home Ec. Phi Ufsilon Omicron President and Secretary I'hi  Upsilon Omicron; Mortar Board; Cwens; Pitkin Club: Vice-President Home Economics Club: V. W. C. A. Senior Cabinet: Mortar Board Scholarship Cup: l-H Scholarship Club
JAMES E. SCHOLL, B. S. in Mech. Eng. Utica, N. Y.
Alpha Sigma Phi Tau Beta Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa,- I'm Mi Alpha Layout  Ed. Kentuckian; Glee Club;   Orchestra: Band: Trcas. Phi Mn Alpha; Pan-Politikon; A. I. E. I-..; A.