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SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM—ln its attempt to aid all areas of the University, the Alumni Association this year inaugurated an alumni-funded scholar- ‘
ship program for members af the University of Kentucky Marching Band. Director of Alumni Affairs Jay Brumfield (left) and l97O Fund Drive chair-
man J. Paul Nickell flank Mary Lou Frank, Corydon, Ind., Jean Hutchinson, Warrenville, lll., and Richard Summers, Wheeling, W. Va., three of the six
recipients of the $500 grants.
Homecoming, l970, as with previous homecomings, is a time As directed by the Alumni Board of Directors, these contributed
of remembrance. A time to reflect on days past and prognosticate monies are distributed in support of various Alumni programs,
on days ahead. The University Marching Band performing today has six
For alumni, of this or any other institution, homecoming is vis- members who have recently received $500 Alumni Scholarships.
iting the "old school" whether for the first time or the 50th time. At each of the community colleges, students are attending with
Some have left never to return. Others return and serve the Uni- funds provided by alumni. Alumni Loyalty Scholarships of $2,800
versity as educators or administrators. All never really leave. All for a four year period are given to students of high academic stand-
retain some memory; friends made, professors loved (or loathed), ing. Valedictorians at Kentucky high schools receive certificates
shenanigans shared. All arrived to learn and departed to serve, and and pins in recognition of their achievements. Dr. Charles P. Roland,
all who fulfilled desires become alumni. former chairman of the Department of History at Tulane Univer-
So it was in June of lB89. Sixteen who would soon become sity, holds the Alumni Chair of History, funded by a $33,000 gift
graduates of Kentucky State College assembled, at the urging of from the Alumni Association. Six Great Teaching Awards are pre-
President James K. Patterson, to organize the Association of State sented annually to professors on the main campus and in the com- ·
College Alumni. There were 56 known graduates at that time munity colleges who have distinguished themselves in the class-
and the new organization pledged itself to the strengthening of the room.
bonds of friendship among these graduates. And the Association supports its own, with presentations of _
From that meager beginning, the University of Kentucky Alum- "Alumni Service Awards, the development of Alumni Clubs, Alumni F
ni Association has grown into an important and functional part of publications such as the "Open Door" newsletter and THE KEN-
the University community. As Association President Joe Creason TUCKY ALUMNUS magazine, and University regional programs.  
told the l970 graduating class: "Contrary to what some seem to A glance toward the southeast corner of the intersection of l
think, our alumni associationfnow your alumni association—-is Rose Street and EuClid Avenue will find the l·lelen,G. King Alumni l
not a branch country club comprised of . . . rah—rah types who House, erected in l963 to give alumni an established center on l
sadly wag our heads and mutter, ’What are college kids coming the campus. Contained in the building are all offices and records
to these days?’ " of the Association.
"Basically, the function of your alumni association is in doing On the lower level of the King Alumni House, the Association
what we can to make this university the quality institution Ken- established the Hall of Distinguished Alumni. At present, l27
tucky and the nation deserves and needs. To that end, your associ- QFBClu3i€$ Wh0 thr0ugh their achievements have brought honor to ,
ation ,... carries on . . . functions which the University itself the University, are themselves honored. On Nov. 6 a banquet in l
might not be able to underwrite" the UK Student Center will acknowledge l9 alumni chosen this year
ln lB89, the treasury of the Association of State College Alum- for inclusion in that select group.
ni showed a balance of $l4.70. ln l970, fund drive chairman J. Again Mr. Creason: "These are nervous, trying times when the
Paul Nickell (’32) reported direct contributions to the Association University needs for its friends to stand up and be counted as never
of over $l07,700. In addition, alumni gave over $29,500 in gifts before. Not necessarily status quo friends who abhor change, but
restricted for academic departments or special projects, and an- honest-to-God, true friends who have the courage of their convic-
other $94,300 directly to the University and its community Cgi- tions, who believe it isn't necessary to destroy in order to improve,
leges. The total contributed, $23l,500 from 7,580 alumni, rep- and who believe the University has a role to play as an institution
rC·»CniO(l a 47.5 per cent increase over the previous, yggiq The where free exchange of ideas is an integral part ofthe educational
basic goal of the giving program in l97l is $200,000 from l0,000 D¤’0C€SS."
alumni. The Alumni Association is such a friend. `
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dress—Memoria| Coliseum, Lexington, Ky. 40506. BE S d 19
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  Editorial Staff; Russell Rice, editor; Ed Swift and Ellsworth Taylor, advisors; Jack Perry, (j;ll€y,Ad3m$ _______________'_______________»_____A__ 37
l Asst. SIDA Carpenter-Warren ..,,........,.........,.....,... 22
l Photographers: Jim Laughead, John Mitchell, Harold Melton, Ken Goad. C€.l»lll»a| gank __·_______4___,___,____________4 _ ______· 28
l OUR COVER: Posed prettily with the I95I Sugar Bowl trophy are Patricia and Priscilla Chevreler · ·······-·~-···~-~···········~···· Back Cover
Barnstable of Louisville, cheerleaders for the I970 Wildcats and daughters of COC;,.CO|a _ ___________________________ Camel gplmd
K—Basketball letterman Dale Barnstable. Today’s homecoming activities are built _ f 52
around the 20th anniversary of the I95O Wildcat Sugar Bowl team and the I950·5I Ccmmmcc O ICI ‘‘‘‘'``'‘'`'‘‘‘’‘`‘‘''‘`‘‘‘`'`‘`
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l C O N T E N T S First Security .......,.,..........,.......,........... I0
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Statistically Speaking . ,.................................,.....,................. . .,..............................r.,. I
Howard Johnson ,.,....,....,.......,............... I4
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Scouting Report ...........................................,..........,...,......,.,...,.............................. I7 Magna-Graphic _,______,,________,____,______________ 42
Coaching Staff ...,.............................,.....,.........,...................................................... I9 Maralhcn Oil v_4'_· _ `___4___4____'_AIA   _·_·4·A_A _ 42
Auburn Pictures ................,............................................,...........,........................ 20-2I MC/Klplns     IB `
UK Football Records .,........,.........,....,.....,.......,.................,.........,........................ 22-23
Pancake House ....,..,.......................,...... 43
Rosters . ............r... . .................................,.,........,..............,.,.,........,..............,.,,.,..... 24
Lineups ........................,.,......._........................................,....................,............. 26-27 '°l‘°"""‘ H°*°' »···»·········»······················· 39
Depth chart .........................i...........................................,........,....,........................ 29 *°<>¤¤*€r¤5¤ Steak Hem —---—~- - —-·»·-··~<--·-—·- 47
UK Al|—Americans ........,................................................ . ...,..,.,...........,.......,........,..., 3I Purcell’s ,...,.....,...,....,....... i .................,.. 3
l I,OOO—Yard Performers .........,..,..........,........,................,............................,.,......,..., 3I Ray Show 50
l nniversary .............,,......,.......,.....,,...,.,..................................................... - Second Nalloml Bank   39
l Training Staff .,...,....,.....,.........,..............,............................................,................... 33
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UK Team Pictures ...........,.......,...,............,.,..,.,.......,...........r....,........,,.,.,.....,. 34-35-36
How UK Foes Faring ,....................,....... . ..,.............,................................................. 37 SOUthland Sports Shop `I```'````````````````4'`' 38
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  j VV’’=°   AVAA—       A   . ~   V V Governor of Kentucky
Governor Boosts Wildcat Grndclers . . . "
Louie B. Nunn, an architect of impressive changes and progress since his inauguration as the 56th Gov-
ernor of Kentucky, believes strongly that self-reliance, pride and courage are the by—products of intercollegiate
j athletics.
V Chairman of the Board of Trustees at the University of Kentucky, Governor Nunn leads Kentuckians in
l support of a football program to match the dramatic recent progress which has touched every port of the UK
community.
l An avid sportsman and spectator, the Governor's scarce moments of relaxation during the Fall are divided
among hunting, fishing and football.
Governor Nunn’s deep concern for education wos reflected in his budget, which contained record appropria-
tions for every level from grade school to vocational schools, colleges and universities
Governor Nunn, 46, is a native of Barren County. He attended Bowling Green Business University, the Uni-
versity of Cincinnati and the University of Louisville, where he earned a law degree in l95OA
A successful attorney, Governor Nunn has served in both executive and judicial positions. The third Re~
publican this century to be elected Governor of Kentucky, he formerly served