xt7k9882k92k https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7k9882k92k/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky (Fayette County) University of Kentucky 1941 yearbooks ukyrbk1941 English The Kentucky Kernel, Lexington, Kentucky Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. University of Kentucky Yearbook Collection The Kentuckian text The Kentuckian 1941 2012 true xt7k9882k92k section xt7k9882k92k  gCHOOt OF  mi
SSn -Mrs
University Archives Margaret I. King Library - North University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky 40506
"Pictured above, in miniature, are some of the many historical and scenic attractions for which Kentucky is famed 'round the world. Obviously the map ^ is too small in scale to permit of anything like a complete listing of the hundreds of other places of great charm and interest, scattered about the State; for every highway and byway has its allure, its shrines, its historic houses, its noted beauty spots. Vacationists always are charmed and delighted with Kentucky's many beautiful streams, to be found in every section of the State, for these offer desirable features of a vacation out-of-doors." (Used through the special permission of Kentucky State Highway Department and In Kentucky magazine.)  t is a university?
is..."
Tile 194] Kentuckian takes as its theme the renowned definition of a university as made by our retired President Frank I,. McVey. For twenty-three years Dr. ATcVey served the University and the State of Kentucky. During those twenty-three years, the University has grown from an institution of several hundreds to an institution of several thousands of students. Dr. McVey has built the University to conform to his ideas of a university as set forth in his definition. According to him, "The essences of this definition are men of learning and a spirit that is free; books and equipment; earnest and eager students; belief in truth; protesting against error; and a burning desire to lead men by reason, rather than by force."
I hope that we have recorded the University as Dr. McVey denned one and as he has made the University of Kentucky.
The Editor   Presenting The
Keiituckiaii
SAM IK. EWING, JR. Editor
joiix a. cmhc i<:
Business Manager
r  "What is a university? A university is a place: It is a spirit: Men of learning, A collection of books, Laboratories where work in science
goes forward: The source of the teaching And the beauties of Art and Literature: The center where youth gathers to learn. It protects the tradition, Honors the new and tests its value: Believes in truth, Protests against error and Leads men by reason Rather than by force."
Frank LeRond McVey
FOREWORD
II o ii o r i 11 g
Dr. Frank LeRond J  Dedicated to
Thomas Poe Cooper
A native of Pekin, Illinois, Dr. Thomas Poe Cooper was graduated from the School of Agriculture of Minnesota in 1902 and obtained his B.S. degree from that institution in 1908. He acted as an assistant in farm management at the University of Minnesota for four years, after which he became an agent for the Bureau of Statistics in the United States Department of Agriculture. In 1911, he became director of the Better Farming Association of North Dakota. It was in 1919 that he came to the University as Dean of the College of Agriculture and Director of the Experiment Station. Other offices that Dr. Cooper has held are president of the board of directors of the North Dakota Farmers' Institutes and vice-chairman of the Livestock Sanitary Board of Kentucky. He holds an honorary degree of Doctor of Science from Princeton University.
Dr. Cooper is now a member of the Kentucky State Board of Agriculture, the Kentucky State Park Commission, the Rotary Club of Lexington, the Conversation Club of Louisville, and the Cosmos Club of Washington, D. C.
Dr. Cooper became Acting President of the University of Kentucky in July, 1940.  IN MEMORIAM
T
MAI It Y JULIAN CRITCHER June 3. 1892 October 5, 1940
JOHN STAPP MITCHELL October 2 0. I February 23, 1941 CONTENTS
Execnlive Department Features
Beauties ............................ 22-27
Personalities ........................ 29 36
Colleges
Publications and Major Honoraries .... -111)1
Agriculture ......................... 62 89
Arts and Sciences .................... 9012/
Commerce.......................... 128-143
Education .......................... 144-155
Engineering ......................... 156173
Law ................................ |s;!
Activities
Athletics ............................ 186-215
Music .............................. 217-225
Clubs .............................. 227-239
Military ............................ 240-248
Greeks
Sororities ........................... 254269
Fraternities ......................... 272-306 Men of learnin EXECUTIVE  Board of
Trustees
OFFICERS
Keen Johnson Richard C. Stole D. H. Peak John Skaen
Chairman Vice-Chairman Secretary Treasurer
MEMBERS Ex-Ofi icio
Keen Johnson Frankfort Governor
W. H. May Frankfort Commissioner of Agriculture
John Brooker Frankfort
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Governor Keen Johnson
Robert Tvay, Louisville
From the State Board of Agriculture *H. S. Cleveland, Franklinfon
Hairy Walters, Shelbvville
*Richard C. Stoll, Lexington *R. P. Hol>son, Louisville
Louis Hillenmever, Lexington
Members at Large *Lee Kirkpatrick, Louisville Mrs. Paul G. Blazer; Ashland
Alumni Members * James Park, Lexington
John S. Cooper, Somerset Harper Gatton, Madisonville
Left to right:
R. P. Hobson R. C. Stoll J. S. Cooper H. S. Cleveland L. Kirkpatrick K.Johnson T. P. Cooper H. Gatton L. Hillenmever D. H. Peak
 Business Office Helen Spickard, (Left); Frances Brack, (Right)
D. H. Peak Business Agent
Administration
Registrar's Office Jessie Wilson, (Left); Mary Austin Wallace, (Hi;
 Dean of Men
T. T. Jones
T. T. Jones, Dean of Men and pro-lessor of Latin, received his A. B. degree from the University and obtained his M. A. and Ph. D. degrees from Harvard University. He advises men students on any subject relative to their interests and welfare. He was born in Clay County, Kentucky.
Dean [ones with Paul Gray, freshman in the Agriculture College
Deans
Dean of Women
Sarah G. Blanding, Dean of Women and assistant professor of political science, received her A. B. degree from the University and her M. A. degree from Columbia. A native of Fayette County. Kentucky, she acts as adviser to \Vomen students on any subject relative to theirt interests and welfare.
Sarah G. Bi anding
Assistant Dean of Women
Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes, Assistant Dean of Women, attended the University of Kentucky where she obtained her A. B. degree. She taught at Sayre College before coming to the University as a faculty member.
S Mi Ml   B.   1 lolMI s
17  W. D. funk.houser
Dean of the Graduate School
Dr. Funkhouser, Dean of the Graduate School, professor in anthropology and head of the zoology department at the University, has been Dean of the Graduate School since 1925. He obtained his M. A. and his Ph. D. degrees from Cornell University. He has been president of the Kentucky Research Club and has been author of many books among which are "Outlines of Zoology"; "Wild Life in Kentucky", and "Birds of Kentucky".
Graduate School         LEE HUBER
Kappa Sigma.....Louisville
MOST POPULAR MAN Personalities
Phi Kappa Taus Harold Dever, Lexington, and Reggie Palmore, Horse Cave (upper left). Kappa Kappa Gamma Mary Ann Farbach, Anchorage (upper right). Jim Caldwell, Phi Delta Theta, Paris (tower left). Alpha Gamma Delta Carolyn Petrie, Hopkinsville, and Lysbeth Wallace, Kansas City, Missouri (lower right). Delta Delta Deltas' Orel Ruth, Frecinont, Ohio, and Ann Kirk, Maysville (upper lefl). Chi Omega Billy Jackson, Lexington (upper right). Bill Penick, Phi Delta Theta, Lebanon (lower left). Alpha Tau Omega Virgil Beasley, Lexington, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Granville Clark, Russellville (lower right).
Personalities
30
 Personalities
Mary Agnes Gabbarcl. Delta Zeta, Lexington (upper left). Kappa Sigma Fred Hill, Somerset, and Roy Steinfort, Covington (upper right). Tri-Delt Eloise Palmore. Frankfort, and Phi Delta Theta Bob Hillenmever, Lexington (lower left).  Frances Whitfield, Chi Omega, Tate, Georgia (lower right). In hhI
Personalities
Sigma Phi Epsilon Joe Raine, Buechel,; Catherine Wilson, Irvine; Mary Olive Davis. Lexington; and Mary Kemp, Lexington (upper left). Carl Staker, Mays-ville (upper right). Nancye Mohney, Lexington (loxver left). Alpha Xi Delta Dorothy Beeler, Lexington (lower right).
 Kappa Kappa Gamma Jane Baynham, Lexington (upper left). Delta Delta Deltas Mary Bell, Shelbyville, and Connette Robinson, NichoJasville (upper right). Betty Wells Roberts, Kappa Delta, Lexington, and Ed Rankin, Lexington (lower right).  Sid Coale, Upper Montclair, New Jersey (lower right).
Personalities
33 Ross Hunter, Kappa Alpha, Lexington (upper left). Kappa Kappa Gamma Betty Gregory, Louisville, and Gertrude Breckinridge, Lexington (upper right). Joe Burnette, Pi Kappa Alpha, Nicholasville, and Dave Graham. Alpha Tau Omega, Clinton (loiver left). Bob Allen, Covington (Imuer right).
Personalities Personalities
Alpha Gamma Delta Mary Lee Burnette, Mayfield (upper left). Pi Kappa Alpha Charlie Burton, Lexington, and Martha Adams, Chi Omega, Louisville (upper right). Phi Kappa Tau John Conrad, Dry Ridge (lower left). Bcttie Millikin, Alpha Gamma Delta, Hopkinsville (lower right).
'   ' 1 A 2
Personalities
Joe Massio. Kappa Alpha, Lexington (upper left). Sigma N, Paul Wes'erteld, Providence and Delta Delta Delta Martha Whitsell, Madisonvlle (uftm right). Mpha Xi Deltas Betty jane Chapman, Lexington; Jean Reynolds, Lexington; and Marcia Willing, Lexington (lower left). "Tiny" Perry, Ph. Kappa lau, Brooklyn, New York (lower right).
 Billy Black. Paducah; Jim McGraw, Delta Tau Delta. Fort Thomas: ami Dave Kinnaird. Phi Delta Theta, Lancaster (upper left). Delta Delta Deltas "Liz" [ones, Paris, and Henrietta Hall. Lexington (upper right). The law school's three co-eds: Barbara Moore, Frankfort; Helen Stephenson. Danville; and Man Barton. Falmouth (lower left). I'i Kappa Alpha Joe Lewis. Lexington: John Ward, Harrodsburg; Kappa Alpha Henry Bramblet, Carlisle: and Paul Durbin, Fulton, relax in the law school lounge (lower right).
Personalities
37 66 ... A collection of books.
Laboratories where work in science
goes forward: The source of teaching
And the beauties of Art ajyru^Li^rature . COLLEGES Student Union Building
Activity Center
The Great Hall of the Student Union Building PUBLICATIONS
Managing Editor John Samara and Editor Jim Caldwell check The Kernel as it comes off the press. Head pressman John Ed Pearce controls the press while LeGrand Hatcher (right background) sees that the press runs smoothly.
and
MAJOR HONOR ARIES
 Row one Albert Conrad Wood Johnson Burrus Trent Allen
Reichenbach
Row two Horlacher Smith McConnell Howe Ammons Denny
Row three Tooms pierson Cook Clark
Row four Dudley Ison Taylor
Student Government
Established on campus in PURPOSE
The purpose of the Student Government Association is to enact and enforce such legislation as is here-in-after set out, with a view to a harmonious coordination of the various organizations on the campus, to elfect a centralized student government, better faculty-student cooperation, and to promote the general welfare of the student body.
OFFICERS
Robert V. Allen Margaret Trent Vernon Albert
Doris Reichenbach Jim Johnson
Robert Amnions Doniphan Burrus Betsv Gottron
Frank Clark Jim Johnson
Education College Helen Taylor
LEGISLATURE MEMBERS
Arts and Sciences College Jack Lovett Esther Pierson Lida Belle Howe
Agriculture College Helen Horlacher
Commerce College Peggy Denny
Engineering College
President Women's Vice-President Men's Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Jean Marie McConnell Edward Rankin Doris Reichenbach
James Ison C. Rollins Wood
Floyd Brown
Russell Patterson
Law College Roy Tooms
Gradu vi i School Orville Leach
Freshman Members vr Large
Dorothy Ann Evans
George Dudley
Ex-officio Members Virginia Smith, Pan Hellenic Council John Conrad, Inter-Fraternity Council James Cook, Student Umon Board
42 Student Union Board
PURPOSE
The Student Union under the direction of the Student Union Board serves as a center of student life. Its objectives are to make leisure lime fruitful through planning a broad program of receation and entertainment; to provide a place for the growth of freindship among students and faculty: to enrich student life and encourage liner appreciation through a meaningful cultural program; and to aid in the development of useful members of society.
James S. Shropshire Student Union Director
James Cook Bill Nash
June Meiine
Ann Kirk Bill Nash
M. E. Potter
Row one Johnson
Row two Cook Mehne
Row three Nash Penick Graham Kirk Terrell Hall
UNION DIRECTOR James Shropshire
S ITUDENT DIRECTOR Ben Johnson
OFFICERS
STUDENT MEMBERS
Dave Graham Lora Barrow
FACULTY MEMBERS
R. D. Mclntyre Sarah Blandin
ASSISTANT DI RECTO R Ronald Sharpe
SOCIAL DIRECTOR Rebecca Van Meter
President Vice-President Sec re la ry-Treasurer
Bill Penick George Terrell
T. T. Jones
 Board of Publications
Established at the University of Kentucky in 1930 PURPOSE
The purpose of the Board of Student Publications is to advise on policies regarding operation of the printing plant and the KENTUCKIAN and the KERNEL publications; to provide for the rules and regulations governing the selection and the election of major members of these staffs.
OFFICERS
Vernon Albert     .      .   ; ........... Chairman
James Shropshire     ........... Secretary
MEMBERS
Vernon Albert, Men's Vice-President of Student Government
James Caldwell, Editor of the Kernel
Sam Ewinc, Editor of the Kentuckian
D. H. Peak, Business Agent of the University
Nil l Plummi k Head of the Department of Journalism
James Shropshire, Director of Publications
Willis Tucker, Assistant Professor of Journalism
Margaret Trent, Women's Vice-President of Student Government
 Jim Johnson. Managing Editor, and Miriam Krayer, Associate Editor
The Kentuckian
Sam R. Ewing, Jr. Editor-in-Chief
It lias been the purpose of the Editor to make this volume a tribute to two campus contemporaries who have contributed a great portion of their life toward building a greater University of Kentucky. This is a small tribute to pay to two outstanding men. Dr. Thomas I'oe Cooper and Dr. Frank Lerond McVey. Dr. McVey has built a great University from the small state institution that he took over. The agriculture of the South and of Kentucky has been re-born under Dr. Cooper's direction. The works of these men will stand as monuments to them through centuries of time.
In football language this year's Kentuckian staff has been true "All-American". Entirely capable and indispensible was Managing Editor. Jim Johnson. The three associate editors, Milium Krayer, Gaines Sebree, and Bill Bruckarl and the remainder of the staff listed on the following page have worked consisiantlv and tirelessly week after week. Business manager, John Clore's thorough attention to the job has made the work of the Editor easy and a pleasure.
for complete cooperation and for priceless help. I wish to thank Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Long. Mr. Charlie Hoy, Mr. Harold Mann, Mr. Coleman Calloway, and the beauty contest judges. Mrs. Long, Colonel Howard Donnelly, and Mayor T. Ward Havely. Much success of the book and that final "punch" that counts came from Mr. Don Grote, Mr. Billy Hopewell, Mr. Dave Griffith, and Mr. Harold Hartzcr of The Kernel printing plant.
Stall' and friends, the success of this book is yours. I extend my sincere thanks to you all.
 The Editor
 Davis
Reid
Wallace
Brown
Johnson
Sebree
Krayer
Bruckart
Row two Lail
Bumette
Clark
Whitfield
Karraker
Andrew
Pamularo
Francis
Row three Weisenberger Conant Potts Sweeney Panelli Proctor Harris
Row tour Pritchett Chesnut Bassham Petrie
Kentuckian Editorial Staff
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Sam R. Ewing, Jr.
MANAGING EDITOR Jim Johnson
Miriam Krayer
Carolyn Petrie William Karraker
Mary Olive Davis Mary Lee Burnett
Lysbeth Wallace Special Pages
Carrie Lou Reid Exchange
Ivan Potts Fraternity
Ruth Harris
Art
ASSOCIATE EDITORS Gaines Sebree
SPECIAL EDITORS Jessie Francis
SOPHOMORE ASSISTANT EDITORS Frank Bassham Donald Lail
OFFICE Frances Whitfield Pat Doyle
DEPARTMENTAL EDITORS
Fred Hill Sports
Bradford Pritchett
Copy
Caroline Conant
Sorority
Jane Fanelli
Art
Bill Bruckart
Joe Famularo Ronald Andrew
Agnes Eckles Orel Ruth
B. F. Melton
Assistant Sports
Edith Weisenberger Copy
Jane Chesnut Assistant Sorority
Virginia Clark Class
George Barker Assistant Class
Carroll Sweeney Clubs and Honoraries
PROOF READER Elizabeth Brown
PUBLICITY Jim Woolridge
PHOTOGRAPHER John Proctor
46 In an attempt to organize and coordinate its activities with those of the editorial staff, the business staff of the 1941 Kentuckian has completed a most successful year. In pursuing these objectives a record has been set in both the sale of organization pages and of yearbooks sold in advance to students.
The Kentuckian may justly boast of the fact that no advertising is contained between its covers and that it is still presented to the students at a small cost. Such an accomplishment is made possible by economy in the use of materials, in the arrangement of the book, and by operating on a very narrow margin.
As to the ability and accomplishments of the members of the staff, much credit must be given to a very efficient sales manager. Miss Eloise Palmore. John Long and Hugh Moorhead have been responsible for collections and circulation and Bettie Milllkin and Martha Adams have served as valuable sales assistants. Some 42 student salesmen also contributed greatly to the business success of the 1941 Kentuckian.
It has been a pleasure to aid in the publishing of a book such as this and the responsibility that has been ours is reluctantly released.
 Johnny Ci.ore
John Clore Business Manager
Kentuckian Business Staff
BUSINESS MANAGER John G. Clore
SALES MANAGER Eloise Palmore
CIRCULATION MANAGER John Long
Hugh Moorhead
SALES ASSISTANTS Bettie Millikin
Martha Adams
Adams
Lonc,
Palmore
MOOKIII Ml
Millikin
47 The Kernel
In ihe left hand dog-car of the front page of The Kentucky Kernel are the words: "100 per cent Student Owned and Operated."  That statement is no idle boast.
The Kernel is neither the property of the University nor of ihe State of Kentucky; it belongs to and is supported financially by those students who happen to be attending U. K. at any given time.
All members of the editorial, rcportorial, and business stalls are undergraduates. Even those who handle the mechanical end of the newspaperthe typesetting, makeup, and printingarc students on the campus. At no time during the publication process do any faculty members or supervisers "advise" or "work with'' the student stall's. The Kernel traditionally is as autonomous as it is possible for a collegiate newspaper to be.
The policy of the paper is staled in Ihe mast-head slogan: "Hereby Shall The Kernel All Student Rights Maintain." In order best to carry out this policy ihe members of the editorial stall have during the past year encouraged letter-writing on the part of the students, and have attempted to expand the word "editorial" to mean a page of integrated opinion. The school year 1940-41 has seen Kernel editors and columnists plump lot: (1) a more vigorous and progressive Student'Government Association. C2) abolition of hazing. (3) revision of campus "honoraries," (-1) establishment of an additional student loan fund and more scholarships, (5) increased undergraduate interest in the New South. In addition, numerous attempts were made to interpret the defense program and national and international affairs in terms of Ihe college campus.
The paper's circulation is at present 4,900, of which some 1.500 copies go to University alumni in every county of Kentucky and in nearly every state in the nation. The printing plant, located in the basement of McVey Hall, is The Kernel's own, having been purchased over a period of years out of revenue from campus job-printing. The equipment, which includes three Linotypes, two automatic job presses, an automatic paper-cutter and a Duplex newspaper press, is valued at $65,000.
48 Vincent Crowdus, Neius Editor, Pat Hanauer, and Mildred Murray
 Row one Cantrill Dallavo Samara Crowdus Hanauer Baynham Lyle Lyons
Row two Clark
Wooldridge Williams Sanders Conner
Row three Bruner Murray Jennings Jackson
Row four Kling Hockaday
^^^^^^		Jk . 1	
			
		Hi	^^^^^^^
			
Kernel Editorial Staff
MANAGING EDITOR John E. Samara
ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR Bob Amnions
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Jim M. Caldwell
ASSOCIATE EDITORS Mildred Murray Bush Brooke
NEWS EDITOR Vincent Crowdus
ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR Jim Wooldridge
SOCIETY EDITOR Laura Lee Lvons
SPORTS EDITORS SPORTS WRITERS
Roy Steinfort Harold Winn
John Garrico June Davis
SOCIETY WRITERS Anne Conner Helen Powell Mary Lyle
Jim Brown Hudson Jackson
ASSISTANT SOCIETY EDITOR Margaret Cantrill
Sara Fisher Dawson Hawkins
CARTOONISTS Agnes Jennings Frances Pollock Ben Johnson
PROOFREADERS Minta Anne Hockaday Arthur Sanders Allenby K. Winer
	COLUMNISTS	
Allenby E. Winer	Marianne Hewitt	John Long
John Ed Pearce	Lysbeth Wallace	Hal Hackett
Fred Hill	Elizabeth Brown	Jane Baynham
John Spicer		Bill Penick
	REPORTERS	
Jean Williams	Ann Saunders	Sam Brents
Pat Hanauer	Roland Rogg	Jane Noble
Patricia Snider	Jack Baker	Jane Chesnut
Bob Conway	Frances Jenkins	Jae Marshall
Betty Jane Pugh	Lois Ogden	John Dallavo
Celia Bederman	Rovce Taylor	Virginia Clark
Warren Shonert	Philip Orr	Dick Bruner
Alice Kling	Jane Meyers	Donald Lail
49
1 Kernel Business Staff
ADVERTISING MANAGER Robert Hillenmever
BUSINESS MANAGER Charles A. Smith
SECRETARY Mary Louise Naive
ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR William W. Hopewell
CIRCULATION MANAGER Wynne McKinney
ASSISTANT CIRCULATION MANAGER Givens Dixon
Wallace Hughes Sanford Alverson
ADVERTISING STAFF Frank Pennington Jack McNeal
John H. Smith Jay Wilson
Hillenmeyer
Alverson
Wilson
Hughes
McKinney
50
The University student body enjoys the distinction of being one of the few college groups in the United States that owns the facilities for publishing its campus newspaper.
It is the duty of the business manager to select an advertising staff with the purpose in mind of training men to solicit advertising. This staff is composed of an advertising manager and six solicitors.
This publication is entirely self-supporting, with the advertising provided by local and national accounts, and it is considered by a leading national advertising agency to be one of the ten best college newspapers in the country.
Another source of revenue is the additional circulation possible by the Alumni Association. The bulk of the alumni news is placed in the Tuesday edition and each graduate of the previous year receives this issue. Many former graduates and parents of students now in school are also subscribers.
Another important function of the Kernel is the handling of most of the job printing done on the cam pus. In addition to printing the campus newspaper and the Wildcat, campus humor magazine, the Kernei prints The Kentuckian, senior year book, and man) of the experiment station bulletins.
Charles A. Smith Business Manager
 Mortar Board
HONORARY FRATERNITY FOR SENIOR WOMEN
Founded at Syracuse University in 1918 Established on campus in 1920
PURPOSE
The purpose o[ Mortar Board is to advance the spirit of service and fellowship among university women; to maintain a high standard of scholarship; and to recognize and encourage leadership.
FACULTY ADVISERS
Mildred Lewis ' Sarah Holmes Doris Seward
Sarah Blanding
MEMBERS IN FACULTY Lolo Robinson
OFFICERS
Billie Raymond Marian Valleau Dorothy Hill
Jean Marie McConnell
Margaret Lester
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Janet Fergus Frances Hannah Dorothy Hill
MEMBERS
Helen Horlacher Gladys Kilpatrick Jean Marie McConnell
Billie Raymond Marian Valleau Doris Zenger
51
Row one	
Raymond	
Row two	
Hill Valleau	
	
Roto three McConnell Kilpatrick Zenger Fergus Horlacher Hannah	
	' m
 f?5
Omicron Delta Kappa
MEN'S LEADERSHIP FRATERNITY
founded at Washington and Lee in 1914 Established on campus in 1925
PURPOSE
Omicron Delia Kappa is a national organization which recognizes outstanding junior and senior men in the various phases of campus lite. Men are selected on an earned point system and elecicd to membership by the circle.
The circle recognizes men who have attained high standards in collegiate activities and inspires others to strive for conspicuous attainment along similar lines.
FACULTY ADVISER M. E. Potter
Henry Beaumont ]. Huntley Dupre ' R. D. Mclntyre Albert Kirwan Adolph Rupp R. \V. Spicer James Shropshire
James Wine, Jr. Joe R. Johnson Jim Caldwell
Henry Beaumont Ralph Edwards
MEMBERS IN FACULTY
Gene Meyers C. R. Melcher Roy Morel and M. E. Potter H. H. Downing G. Davis Buckner James May Edward Weist
OFFICERS
L. J. Horlacher Frank L. McVey W. D. Funkhouser
P. P. Boyd Thomas P. Cooper William S. Taylor W. E. Freeman
President Vice-Presiden t .       . Secretary Treasurer Alumni Adviser
John H. Clarke Jim Caldwell John Clore Morry Holcomb
MEMBERS
John Hunsaker joe Johnson, Jr. Arthur Rouse Charles Smith Carl Staker
James W. Wine, Jr Granville Clark Mark Cochrane Harry Denham
Row one Johnson
Row two J. Clarke Caldwell Wine Clore
Row three Cochrane Holcomb Smith Staker G. Clark Rouse
 11 i:\ky Beaumont Treasurer
M. E. Potter faculty Adviser
On May 4, 1925, Nu Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa was installed on the Universit) campus. The reason for the establishment of this group was to recognize the leadership qualities of students in their campus activities. Since its induction it has found its place high in the esteem of the faculty, students, and general public by carrying out its purposes which are efforts toward the betterment of the University.
Some of the major projects of Omicron Delta Kappa have been the institution of a drive which resulted a few years later in the erection of the Student Union Building. Another was the sponsorship of the movement to erect a memorial to our retiring President, Dr. Frank L. McVey, which was satisfied by the hanging of a huge bronze plaque in the main library.
During the past year, Omicron Delta Kappa established an annual homecoming carnival which was begun with a performance by the Gymkana Troupe from the University of Illinois, followed by a gigantic celebration concluding with a homecoming ball. The annual all-campus sing which Omicron Delia Kappa and Cwens jointly sponsor has created
competition among University organizations in group singing.
A tag sale was managed by this group dining the week of each home football game and the organizations with the highest number of sales were recognized by the presentation of trophies. The proceeds from the sale went into a fund to further campus beautification. Its purpose was to make the students landscape conscious and to have a feeling ol pride in the care of the University property.
Each year, Nu Circle plays host to members of the Kentucky general assembly. By this means the legislators are brought (loser to the problems confronting the students and the school.
There are many men throughout the state who have rendered valuable services to the school and to the state who have been recognized by Omicron Delta Kappa by conferring honorary membership upon them.
For the present, Omicron Delta Kappa is laying the foundation for a vigorous campaign to obtain a field house and swimming pool, plus many minor projects for which (here is a definite need on the campus.
53 L
m
Conrad
Biddell
Karraker
Allen
Simonton
Row two
Bode Clay
.Roto three
Cook
McConathy
^^^^
Lamp and Cross
SENIOR HONORARY FOR MEN
founded at the University of Kentucky in 1903 PURPOSE
The purpose of Lamp and Cross is lo recognize qu members of the senior class.
FACULTY ADVISER T. R Bryant
MEMBERS IN FACULTY Bart Peak
alities of leadership among outstanding
J. Richard Johnson
John B. Conrad Gene Riddell
Sam Simonton Bill Nash
Bill Karraker, Delta Tau Delta William H. Kington, Lambda Chi Alpha James G. Cook, Sigma Nu John C. Bode.DeltaChi Glenn Clay. Alpha Gamma Rho Joseph Rainc, Sigma Phi Epsilon James McConathy. Alpha Gamma Rho Robert Allen, Independent
A. D. Kirwan
OFFICERS
President Vice-President Secretary
Treasurer
MEMBERS
Mayor Morris. Phi Kappa Tau John B. Conrad, Phi Kappa Tau H. Mark Cochrane, Alpha Sigma Phi Buford Hall. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Gene Riddell, Phi Delta Theta Sam Simonton, Lambda Chi Alpha Bill Nash. Sigma Alpha Epsilon
54 Lances
JUNIOR MEN'S HONORARY
Founded at the University of Kentucky in 1900 as "Mystic 13"
PURPOSE
The purpose of Lances is to recognize outstanding junior men, support all things that better the University, and to present a cash scholarship to an outstanding junior man.
FACULTY ADVISER Dean Lysle W. Croft
OFFICERS
Robert Spragens
Russell Gresham
Stanley W. PennA Paul Combs
Clyde Calvert Leonard (ilealhouse
Earl Hadden J. William Hedges Hiram Johnson
Stanley Penna
Penna Combs Spragens
Row two Lee Price Calvert Hedges Sebree
Row three Mahan Hislop Ramsey Penick Jones Hadden
MEMBERS
Plununer (ones Addison W. Lee, III Wallace Hislop Thomas Mahan Russell Gresham Robert Spragens
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
William Penick
Bruce Price Lloyd H. Ramsey Bronston Redmon Gaines Sebree Paul Combs
 Cwens
NATIONAL HONORARY FOR SOPHOMORE WOMEN
Founded at the University of Pittsburgh in 1922 Established on campus in 1931
PURPOSE
The purpose of Cwens is to establish and maintain chapters of Cuens in colleges and universities for the sake of fostering leadership, scholarship, and fellowship among the women of ihe sophomore class; to promote leadership among freshmen women; to serve to promote the interests of the college or university in every way possible and to supervise and direct these chapters in the attainment of their common ideals.
FACULTY ADVISERS Sarah B. Holmes Mary K. Montgomery
Sarah Denny
Mildred Murray Joyce Rogers Jean Williams
OFFICERS
President Vice-President Secretary I reasurer
Dorothy Angle Margaret Asburv Josephine Bauldauf Myrtle Binkley
Jane Birk feannette Graves Sonia Hagenbuch
MEMBERS
Lorraine Harris Muriel Meiselmann Jane Meyers Bettv Paddison Betty Jane Pugh
Mary Rion Wilma Salmon Ida Schoene
Agnes Smith Mabel Warnecke
Joyce Rogers
Sarah Denny Mildred Murray Jean Williams
Joan Taylor
56
Roto one Schoene Graves Murray Rogers Denny
Row two Pugh Williams Taylor Birk
Bauldauf Smith
Row three Hagenbuch Harris Binkley Salmon Warnecke Rion
 Row one Kinnaird Eschborn Lail Morrow Aicken Lowrey
Roio two Lathrem Allen McElroy Kirkpatrick Sawyer
Row three McCord Bohnak
k ^ m
Keys
SOPHOMORE MEN'S HONORARY
PURPOSE
Keys is an honorary fraternity tor sophomore men composed of one representative from each social fraternity on the campus whose aim is to promote better friendship inter-fraternally.
FACULTY ADVISER H. 15. Moore
David Walker Kinnaird Sam Atkins Morrow Jack Aicken
Ralph J. Eschborn
OFFICERS
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
MEMBERS
Leonard Allen, Alpha Gamma Rho
Ralph Eschborn,Alpha Tau Omega
Joe Bohnak, Delta Chi
Arthur Sawyer, Delta Tau Delta
David McCord. Kappa Alpha
Oscar Hayes, Kappa Sigma
Gene Kirkpatrick, Lambda Chi Alpha
David Kinnaird, Phi Delta Theia
James Perry, Phi Kappa Tau
Donald Lail. Phi Kappa Tau Harold Lathrem, Phi Sigma Kappa Samuel McElroy, Pi Kappa Alpha Roberl Montgomery, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sam Morrow. Sigma Chi Harold Trader, Sigma Nu
Jack Aicken. Sigma Phi Epsilon
Waller Lowrey, Triangh
I
57 Row one Brown Graves Snider Warnecke Salmon Rion
Row two Pugh Jaggers Harris Birk
Row three McConathy Hayes Riddle
Alpha Lambda Delta
NATIONAL FRESHMAN HONORARY
founded at the University of Illinois in 1924 Established on campus in 1940
PURPOSE
The purpose of Alpha Lambda Delta is to foster scholarship among the freshmen women.
FACULTY ADVISER Dr. Alberta Server
OFFICERS
JeAnnette Graves Lucille Brown Mary Rion
Ida Schoene
Jane Birk Frances Bogie Lucille Brown Elizabeth Chapman Jeannette Graves Lorraine Harris lane Hayes
MEMBERS
Frances Jaggers Laura McConathy
Jane Meyers Betty Jane Pugh Jean Reynolds Dorothy Riddle
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Mary Rion Berdine Rudicel Wilma Salmon
Ida