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 _· The word Alaska to millions of Americans is of the Midnight Sun with accommodations for a tri;  
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  bears, esquimaux, malmutes, huskies, sinasher My wife and I, anxious to reach our new home .   ,  l
_ and ether analagous terms suggestive of arctic accepted passage on the freight boat. This was   as ·  
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g frontier, immediately there appeared visions of observed en route through the famous Inside Pas;   -. ; is 1 l
__ objects just enumerated, as I had not definite in- sage, known as the Graveyard of the Paeiiio—due i ‘   `   
_ for-mation of Alaska and was UIl3bl€—·€V€H 3m0Ilg to the numerous wrecks which are strewn along   `P  l
I the officers at my post—to find anyone who could its pathway—to Chilkoot Barracks, Haines, Al- ·   Q l
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1 Page. · to its growth and development. When any or- ball games showed a market increase over that
mltuyc, gillllztltloll Sincerely and vigorously strives toward of former years. What does this mean?
experi- the success of its program, it naturally feels some In former years when an alumni trustee of the
iey im- pride and pleasure when there can be found cer- University of Kentucky was elected, the winner
oathian f tain deiinite indications of a future existence. was considered as having obtained a flattering
`muhd, I Tilt? one unfailing indicator of the success of the vote if the total numer of votes cast for him ex- i
L th€m_ S€Vf?1`2ll Darts of the program of any alumni as- Ceeded thirty-i:lV€. This past Y€3.1` the Hl1mb€1‘
umb€d_ ccclation is the degree of interest aroused in the cast for the Winner Was at little less than 500. i
various projects undertaken. What does this mean?
 

 6 i KENTUCKY ALUMNUS l
This year there were approximately 1,000 year there was a very representative number to i`
_ alumni at the University during the class re- march. What does this mean?  
unions and commencement, which was more than One hundred and sixteen alumni attended the
in former years. What does this mean`? alumni banquet at commencement time this last
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It is the custom for the alumni to walk in a year, while approximately 200 attended the ban-
body in the academic parade to commencement. quet this year. What does this mean?
Last year there were only two to represent the These comparisons tell that the alumni of thc
alumni in the commencement parade, while this University of Kentucky are not dead, but alive!
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  The Alumni banquet, given Saturday evening, contribute their advice and interest to further the
¤  May 31, in the b&llI‘OOm of the Phoenix hotel, Was DI`0gI'€SS of l3h€ll` Alma Mate?.
;  attended by approximately 175 alumni and guests   qchagiue _S¥E1th>l   gave ih°}{?EH3Pg z
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 I Dr. G. Davis Buckner, ’08, president of the of President McVey; Mrs. J. M. Server, ’20, Q
` Alumni Association, presided and introduced the sketched the history of "Our Alumni," introduc- » é
 ~ Speakers of the evening and the new officers of ing the two members of the class of ’80 who had {
{ ‘ THESE RETURNED FOR THE REUNION {  
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  the Alumni Association, Dr. Leon K. Frankel, returned for the reunion and the first alumnus tc; H
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Seniors entertained at breakfast by Dr. and Mrs. McVey, a part of the Cominencement festivities  
Mr. Gamage stressed the necessity of sending that the strength of the Kentucky team of 1929  
athletes to the University of Kentucky whose pri- and 1930 may be maintained- _- 
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passing up boys Whose prime motwe m attendmg ing his hope for the future of Kentucky football  
V eellege would be te pley feetbell- He else indi- edd me eppyeeienen at being included in the ;i
cated that the strength of the 1930 team would alumni festivities. A. 
rest in its seniors which oint em hasized the Judge J. Pelham Johnston ’00, concluded the  
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