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I \Vheeler, Jack Winslow Lexington, Ky. Killed in action, Germany, 3-15-45 i, *l"“*l6·
Y Neal, Bernard Gayle Huntington, VV. Va. Died of wounds received January, 1945   The
‘ Frederick, Lewis Samuel, Jr. Shelbyville Plane crash, 12-18-44  I wm. in
Z Disney, John E. S. Bailey ’s Switch Killed in action ,3  rises ju
I Fisher, John Henry Valley Station Killed in action, Iwo Jima, 3-11-45 5;  ,.,9,, out
` Mains, Charles Kenton Augusta Killed in action  _ ,,,_,_M% 1
Feigel, Frederick A. Louisville Killed in action, Philippines, 7-26-44   i,·jb,,,.Od
Z Craig, Gavin Grunley, Jr. Bowling Green Killed in action  · den, .
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Mahany, Dan J. Paris Killed in action, Iwo Jima, 3-26-45 {Z I   le
Wallace, Leon \Vilson Parksville Killed in action, Germany, 3-27-45 5  as MQW
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up about 500 former students and . U. K. Grad Named _` _ I
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\ Two editions ago we recorded U _ \ _ _ Lexington and graduate of Tllt of lJl1°e"_
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to pm, ._eo111pelled to leave France, having  ,31 ‘     »   _
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period ieapnigr w1tl1 his family. On com-     . j   ‘   V-f   _ .__,   _   '
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1- Co111~ » .... DR. JAMES COTTON NOE
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Ol ll  “I_ 1 The Blood el hdthel ’ author and dear friend were titles ot his ow11 poems 011 many occa· 1 L
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ias be ll img ll and T" eel l Othm Professor Noe accuired 111 his sions. lhs stvle is unusual l)lS
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gf tht ° I `H `U lll *‘lmS 0 mu` career in Lexington from lil]? llll1l1()1' delilrlittul and his ideology  
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lludm   (Aids “lll°ll llelc dlmtlpamd Assembly ot the State ot l\C*11- manv who elann llllll as a triend `
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ll 0   ` N ll €aSm°· lt “‘l“ medi ,1ckv he was named Poet la111'€HtC’ welcome llllll to l11s Old lxentuuky {
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lmdmlci  lltmlmmeut to hem. HPl'°f‘?“*°l`n of Kentucky i11 1926 and retains }]OmG_ most }]€Hl.ti])V_ A  
at glilldi  ead lll$ Ulvll CO]][1)()Slt`i()]]S_ NQH]-     at the 1)1_€Q€ut tinle _— 5'  
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.6 (111111lJV  ll2111ore (léllglllflll could be d€· I  
onll lll  well- His intensive l· of Sinve °‘0i11;! to C H l l l? ll l` ll l **1 N I
I be K` 1 _ JI .
o11,)'l‘lll  ·h° betlllliflll, the classical and the where his three sons had P1`<’· l  
   Omeli llllll§2'S ot life gave sueh viously located, Professor Noe has ••·- U  
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· • d   further always praises such and  _ Leia
          such a coach for his headiness or  
I. —         time cliiaracter, meyer giying an    
  BV JOHNNY STOUGH_1947 indication that lns advice ever    I
·~ _ helped anyone.   u
l Frank <¤Skipp€1.~ Manu, Often     .   Int", _ ` Skipper is a bit eccentric- now    
U time called Simply UT1_aiu€1_,,    ;;A%l     ,V__Q A _ amt then, but that never inter.  l
Mmm, needs no introduction to     i ’   feres with his work. He carries  Lelai
lfuiversity of I{€utuCk}Y alll1uui·     \ "   ()ut tllle lllSt1'll(jtlOHS of the COaUll(°S  lll€ I
p Pmcticauv evm-mug who ever         In ` implieitly, and from all appear- School
‘ · ·   si 3 e     ances never questions a coaehs been el
. attended U. K. oi- who eve;. saw a     xi     d€niSi0n_ tuck,-
\Vildcat athletic game knows the   __:__      he     Tl nl ‘   ' _ . Wasin
siapper, Oi- at tease has Sea. him.   .-.‘   ‘*     _ "’“* ‘ "“ °"”*"g°"‘¥; _l°°"""‘ ll?
A A native Of Xvest Chicawo IH   ppp      ép.  pv; p n     loving. so;-tg of person, bkip has giegts .
the Skipper has been a trziger 0%     ,_._   I- gy been known to wield lms tube. 1;];
athletic teams for 40 Years and   _ ._ p   . shaped tape Ocam very t1m·eateit. Om f
with the exception gf   A.   ` mgl)   roudy tame,. and auyhtnno Mi-_ ]
l_ “DaddV,, Bows, is the coldest   V,.t;   } the Wildcats get involved ni it tant Dj;
i head in the Uliiversitv athletic   , heated argument with opposmr  Mmt, j;
. d ‘ _   A.   players he s standing by for ac-  After g
epaitmeut, both in age and from   tion   versitv
. the point of service. C? ,, ., . . , $’.
. Trainer Mmm Came to Ken- “SKIPPER” MANN n lhe Skipper likes all typeg·t,t  tl1e Uni
tuck`, in 1923 and in his 21 Years ste beet, ig Ughimyreckn spoi-ts, but lms favorite. hobbies V he rece;.
Of keeping. vshop in the .Htt]€ Eguv TLB] S SriH(;.fi€k{ Rlfle who are tishimg and- swimming. Hlle §I'€€S, .
apothecarvi in Alumni Own has bl H-liéd th; am]; Field Ulridiron spends most of his spare time hslij Z ge fac
taped thé Htomsiesn of egome Of dlthg 1920,% ·» HB comidég Ken`, mg or working in his garden, but  lgelente;
the memest athletes ever mruéd   b‘ `t· f {Ban ylavér Kéntudvk, hes always eager to get bael; it  DIPT4, gm
out in the South, HQ has Worked le lesl posw gig nam md tn? the gym oi-fto take off`on a trip . nectoi.
under five football Coacheg at gggqlaivli {U1; ¤0Tigm·€1;‘ tim begt with the ll-ildcats. Skip useitl it  gid Mr
K€ntm‘kV—F1‘Qd Murph" Hawv tn. gee. Qt, N Aollvien ga]? like the trips more m1 the all iuditli t
. G.m..».‘e.... W...... .t1.’.a......;.   .   i  . 1 -1   the he tre   “·tt‘l·   it
` ~ i p 1 » thtee-time All-Amei 1La11 L€l1t€1, IS im. he d0QSn’t QHJOY the }]a1·dl]np Arlmg-tO;
. and BBUUG Sh“’€’lY·*bUt f€“‘€1‘ the all-time great ot the ll. K. of “.m.tnn€ n.Hv€]_  ' HP H
T `IETTIEETYEEII SLTZItZIQZ;flF‘i..§`EEST $f’E1"“‘; P6   T"§’..°§§“Ei`.§`?`l‘i?`ZQ **.‘“ ‘(’‘‘ tl he     *""¥”‘*Z * *1; as
    an   ta.;....,.   gig;     V? °" ’. °       to I ltlll I     Te? l‘l* i i  mee
t . M . , quintet which won 2-L games Mmm has never had one Ot ln  United Q
t - Mann trained tl1e University of and lost only to Ohio State. Own But he and M1·S_ ]\[n]n];11‘t  l·D€p0Sit(;;
, Chicago team to help earn his way Skipper likes to compare tl1e wl.), Proud Of then. town- (tmpl;. the past
through college; with a view to- various standouts he trained him- ter, who will be graduated hu.;  responsib
r ward becoming a tpainel. atte]'. self, but one must think him mod- In K_ in ;]lm€_  ,,Chiw€m(
. graduation in ]9(l5—an outstand- est so far as his influence HDO11 _____ ,.4..,.-  3,600000
. ini'! @$6 Of lmttlllt! Th€ €Pi1"f b€f01'€ their careers is concerned. This is Ohio State U. Honors  0H€_téHth’
t the ]101'$€’· H9 1'€111%ll11€1‘ tl further evidenced by the tact that _ f K G d t  ‘St1_uCl_ .
l while as trainer at his alma mater, the late Kimte Rockne and other UmV` 0 y' ra ua e , _ y  Vemi m
moved on to Indiana llniversity gi-eat eoaehes are known to l1&V€ Prof M<>lv** E" lvauell OHM; l){)()   
_ Plllll the `[vIll\'€1'Sll}’ ot iowa, and asked for the gknyg Opiljiou OH State llniversity’s tlepa1‘t1l1<’lll,‘j· fwlroiulwlp
K then 1'*`lU"“€(l to (`lll‘**lti'*’ b€f0l'€ Various matters pertaining to biology, a graduate of the lll  _aml]f(T·'lf
going to Purdue lvniversity and sti-ntep·y_ yet he never talks about V€1‘Sll}' Of K€lltU(‘kY and a lmtit {inn, 1  
finally to the I.TlllY€l'$ll}' Oli l{(’ll- (>\*9]· ]]H\*i]]g· had gl fQtQ-;]-t@‘[3 \\'ith_ of LOlllSVlll€,   was l*0““ll" gelwnwllill
tueky. ]{()('kll€ ()l' kllly (lf the Oli/l€]`$ unless recently at a' dinner given    i(j()innl).Q  
I SkiPP€1‘ €llj0}’S recounting the someone asks him speeitieally if State’s Board of T1‘ll$T€‘€`*`·,; I],,44*An ‘
"good old days" and the stars of he did. Then he utters only all l‘€00Q11i'fl<>T1 of his 27 Years Sew nl ,,(l,ii;C
seasons past, and one of his fav- at`tirmative grunt, and it pressed to the University. \ (
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(3a1·ries   L€l8I`1d Howard, 3 g'1‘£l(ll1&t€ of     ' - j
eoavlies  tl1€ U111V€I`Sif_Y of Kerltucky _   wl     l  
,,1,1,0;,1-.  Seliool of Commerce in 1929, has   —,.      
(.m,..1i‘, been elected president of the Ken- J l ·  A    
tucky Alumni Association of {  ~  df  lg il ‘ i  
  Pw_l__ Washington, D. C. The society ‘ A. ‘ Q?  1
kip hm meets at luncheon at the famous e i·t.        
is mln, O’Donnell’s Restaurant the sec-     5
,h1_€_&m_H_ ond Wednesday of each month. ?" ,  
my time Mr. Howard, who is the Assis-   i
ed in in tant Director of the United States  
ipposinui  Mint, is a native of Hodgenville. ii ·
for an-  After graduating from the Uni- Q`
A versity, he studied economics at  
types ,,y the University of Virginia, where '
hobbjt, H he received his MS. and Ph.D. de· `
Hg Hp grees, and subsequently joined Q `
img M. the faculty of that institution.
,.d€.,,_ im- He entered Government service in
back I 1934, and was appointed Assistant ' ‘•’
m A {yin Director of the Mint in 1938. He
, usedy and Mrs. Howard, the former ·. ·
the ··,,3,; »_ Edith Sisk of Lexington, and
_ t]wmb  their three daughters, live in ` ' V , ]
hm.dsl,jl,,  Arlington, Va.  
¤ Mr. Howard assists in directing _ , » 1
.fatlwi·l}’ the activities of the seven Mint `  
1, Ti·aiM·f institutions throughout the _  
ie 07. hi United States, including the Gold 1 _  
M¤1¤**’l`* Depository at Fort Knox, Ky. In l
ly 1.· ; · ; ·» is _ . ~‘
ltgoliiitiii  ml i"’i' :4‘0\’i¤1·ii111itiiii·s ltileir 1;:213 liggt ll¤ml><‘1`* all ·¢‘**ill*—U·¢;:1;l  lilltilx- Join Now W
i hmwi ziiiiiixrnmlmlg ‘fmAili;i)()S Huiwh   li]iiitN3;i·(iiili·; :;.1-.;.iiii·a{ii»· all lit in "‘l"*"""` "li Hm """“b“"  
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in gls it `c0illilQ`P f()]_‘ our (nyu (.()lHlt·l·}v in oiYtl1e1nt·rg¤¤’S Service Sword   e»··i>li
new high commissioner of baseball Q   Given to UDC Museum at U. K.   fers tr
I: is one that will make a hit all over     The $(,,.,,,,,9 Swmwl of GNL Mlm   Miss R
l the collllllllo  ~l:lQi`l1§i¥  Hunt Morgan, famous (`onfedcr- ll iel` ell
The inajer leiliille elllb Ollllliills  ll     ate leader in the War Between lllll lillt
lllllell llllilllllllllllsly lo lllilke lllm   .·._;   the States, has been presented to ll l’l'lei
l ll"? "”*ll`· Flllll   ‘l"l *l llll“‘ll`°‘l lllll   ;le°:     the l‘·¤it<*=·¤¤¤¤~=¤·~ of the <¤»·» > ¤e·r*.~’
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l The Old el‘*“"ll°" l“°l‘ that l"’l°l   e_e;t»   iiltam-ary of i<.».laa·ia- lihrarr .. the an
. when the pad sweatey was ppgtty   iphe ]liS»ml.i(.,,{ Swmxl WM the ,,.il·£   Overseae
l thi], and the mlelabout the {jvc   ...»  . .=¤=2=z¤=¤e:·¤===¤¤:=:=:=¤>¤-¤-===¤·..:¤~  ·-·—   of Newly Jmmjs (‘Hl.v-CIIWPM  Elm_lHm
*l°ll*“` lllll was llllllllell lllls llllllle A· B· CHANDLER l\'iunetka. lll., former resident ot  lin"-
-_ through but it was the determina- i ·   I-Aexillwmn   hm (IH,
tion, the pluck, the smile, the nn- noise and saw a dignitied commo- l` ` r ammuwi
flagging. (,Om.age of Old Iiappy tion»—a good deal of talking, Mi'- (`*n‘l'·(`\1\‘¤' Was an close HO m0;P
that put him where the late crowding a11d handshaking. The l}€1'S`()lltll friend of General Klee Hm m
Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis