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  Jacqueline H. Bradley, 1391 Lakewood Dr., Lexington, Ky. Stuart Blazer Foundation 4Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blazer, Ash- W1l}EdA°
i Jewel G. Maher, 8629 Hamlin Ave., Skokie, Illinois land, Ky.» gmm Ve
. Lem Morris, 1433 Lakewood Dr., Lexington, Ky. Philip L. Blumenthal, 6315 Central Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. Helen GA
{ W. F. Lawson, 411 State Ave., Alpena, Michigan A. P. Lee, 575 Starks Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Say]-eh. `
.   Troll Young, 110 Covington, Springfield, Ky. Dr. Elias Elvove, 2014 G. St., N. W., Washington, D. C. B' A: S we
_ 5 H. H. Thornberry, U. of Illinois, Urbana, Ill. Mrs. John E. Starrett. 240 Woodstock Ave., Kenilworth. Ill. l°u°s*JUr
_   W. Kenneth Clore. 1210 Edificio Chapa, Monterrey, Mexico. Norbert A. Heichelbech. 1118 Mulberry St., Louisville. Ky. MIiS*§‘ ell;
Z Q William C. Scott, 460 Park Ave., New York City Mr. Wm. Perry Drake, 1943 N. Ft. Thomas Ave., Fort Thomas, R Q Tuul
. ' Frederick W. Nessler, 903 Stanley St., Middletown, Ohio Ky. ° cl  
F. R. Childress, 571 Sunset Road, Louisville, Ky. Miss Annasteele Taylor, 107 N. 3rd St., Nicholasville. Ky. J sgwi'1 E
G. P. Hillen, P. O. Box 857. Roanoke, Va. J. Ray Jenkins, Elizabethtown, Ky. ~ 'L ai lste
 ` Palmer D. Evans, 971 Hunt Road, Newtown Square, Pa. Edna Mann. 3420 Preston Highway. Louisville 13. Ky. R. Sxlgggl
’ 1, Don T. Fritts, Marion, Ky. Arthur H. Reeb, 941 E. Main St., Louisville. Ky. 1;:9;; '
, Courtland L. Short, 1511 Westover Ave., S. W., Roanoke, Va. George G. Scearce, 7136 Fir St., Houston, Texas H d J
` `E Robert W. Poynter, Horse Cave. Ky. . Lloyd E. Teague, 838 Spring Rd., Charleston 4, W. Va. ?;g7:m
` it O. M. Parsley, Box 352, Kenova, WV. Va. Dr. Gerson Lowenthal, 280 Doctors Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio G ld G .
 V ,, J. B. Hutson, 1015 Ring Bldg., Washington 6, D. C. Gertrude Gaines, 471 Sixth St., Lorain, Ohio W°?{{`i Q
¥' i W. L. Valade II, 1499 N. Renaud, Grosse Point, Mich. Wayne W. Garnett, 4802 Washington Blvd., Indianapolis, Ind. élglm L`
E H. H. Emmerich, 63 Interlaken Rd., Stanford. Conn. Fred R. McCrea, 2517 N. Bth St., Terre Haute, Ind. R Rg"Da€
t Dr. Jack O. \V. Rash, 301 Huntington Bldg., Miami, Fla. . Lt. J. E. Schenk, USMC, BOQ 662-249, NAS, Pensacola, Fla. '195é)
_ e J. B. Shelley, 307 ¥Vyoming Ave., Maplewood, N. J. M. B. Holifield, Attorney General Office, Frankfort, Ky. W.u. P
Glenn Barton, Taylorsville, Ky. William P. Tate, 317 Jarvis Lane, Louisville, Ky. {Egg? ‘
t Tom Diskin, WLW, Crosley Broadcasting, Cincinnati, O. Wilbur E. Davis, 1075 Morse Ave., Glendale, Ohio - Dr R 1 h
· Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Frank, R. No. 1, Box 54-A, Gurnee, Ill. Wayne T. Cottingham, 3441 78th St., Jackson Heights. L.I., N.Y. t' ig
` Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Worthington, R. No. 2, Box 160B, Ros- L. C. Davidson. 322 Winding Way, Merion Station. Pa. J gnwagli
well, N. M. Clyde Bland, 135 Romany Rd., Lexington, Ky. °0f`T t
, · J. P. Anderson, R. No. 1, Flemingsburg, Ky. Miss Jean Miller, 226 \V. 2nd St., Lexington, Ky. L ms gust
' Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Tapp, 3278 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, Gordon E. Wall, 3281 E. 12th Ave., Columbus, Ohio NOW Nixi
· . Calif. Heber H. Rice, 3807 Taylor St., Chevy Chase 15, Md. °{In,;mE[§
` Mrs. W. A. Fitzgerald, 229 W. Main, Frankfort, Ky. J. Kern Hamilton, 23961 Polomar Road, Hayward, Calif. Mm, uerité
Dr. Clarence Deweese. 200 South Hanover, Lexington, Ky. George H. Paine, Jr., 446 Ludlow Highway, Ludlow, Ky. ington U
Sam Huey. Jr., 307 S. Hanover, Lexington, Ky. Margaret Stephens, Independence, Ky. H D Palm
Frank L. Marx, Apartado 1494, Mexico. D. F. Harry Wright, 3rd, 111 N. Drexel Ave., Columbus 9, Ohio 'orél, )
Irvin Goldstein. 1072 W. 35th Ave., Vancouver 13, B. C. Canada W. S. Duty. Jr., 327 S. Maple St., Winchester, Ky. Dx. Ggm, (
-. Alfred P. Shire, 8128 Milredge, Houston 17, Texas Ann Herndon. 465th Air Base Group, APO 253, N. Y. tim (L5,
, Dr. S. C. Ferguson, 1314 19th Ave., Meridian, Miss. R. L. Tuthill, 4 Myra Ave., Riverside, R. 1. senin,. Cl,
` Sidney Halperen, 1602 Union St., Brooklyn 13, N. Y. Charles W. Phillips, RFD No. 6, Franklin, Ky. William;
» J. L. Goldschmeding, Jr., 1355 Washington Lane, Rydal, Pa. J. C. Ray. Berea, Ky. Junior C1
. R. H. Rankin, 30 Montclair Dr., Rochester 17, N. Y. Lt. Paul E. Chism, 3928th Air Base Group (SAC), APO 237, Gm, Pa
‘ David W. Harp, 5607 Riviera Dr., Coral Gables 46, Fla. New York, N. Y. ’
1 Jack D. McNamer, 56 Colorado Ave., Highland Park 3, Mich. William F. Hart, 4304 Oak St., Kansas City 11, Mo. .
~ W. F. Raymer, 413 Walker Road. West Orange, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil P. Sanders, 631 Tuxedo Ave., Deland, Fla. Mrs. Ham
_ James A. Moore. 2001 Fidelity-Philadelphia Trut Bldg., Phila- H. H. Grooms, 2624 Aberdeen Road. Birmingham, Ala. Lexingtc
; delphia 9. Pa. John B. Trice, 1711 Broad St., Hopkinsville, Ky. James B.
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I ` J. L. Keffer. 5 De Kalb Place, Morristown, N. J. Frances C. Stamper, Littcarr, Ky. fort
J. W. Atkins, Liggett, Ky. James W. Colpitts, 4441 Greenwich Pkwy. N. W., Washington Paul G. E
: Columbus Floyd, 632 Sunset View Dr., Akron 20. Ohio 7. D. C. Ashland
A. N. Whitlock, 1395 Lakewood Dr., Lexington, Ky. J. Carlisle Myers, Jr., 1211 Richmond Rd., Lexington, Ky. J· David I
Mabel L. Warnecke, USOM-APO 928, c,·‘o Postmaster, San H. B. McGregor, 878 Angliana Ave., Lexington, Ky, William G
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G_ Lee Mcclam ____________ Managing Editor Casey County——George Noble, Liberty Pulaski County—John Prather, Box 106, * 1
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Anne Wiemam, _______ Vital Statistics Educ,. Christian County—John Trice, Hopkinsville Robertson County—Ray N. Dryden, Mt. Olivet J ~
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Homer L. Baker, President, Louisville Ce- C1l¤t01”1 C011¤iyJChar1es l.uttrel1,,A1bany , Springs y
ment Coq Sol S_ Sooond_ Louisville Crittenden County—Louis_D. Chipps, Marion Scott C0unty—J. C. McKnight, Georgetown ·
lr ASh_ will Ed Covlngtom vice president, 2655 VlI·_ Cumberland County—Leshe McComas, Shelby C0unty—French Smoot, Shelbyville ,
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md Helen G_ Klng, Executive Secretary, 522 Daviess County—J. E. Abell, 1321 Claranette Spencer C0unty—Haro1d Love. Taylcrsville
‘ Say,-o Aveq Lexington Cf., Apt. 2. Owensboro_ Taylor County-—Harry R. Smith, Campbells-
B. A. smveiy, Treasurer, Department or Ath- BSW €¤¤¤ty—Ste¤he¤ Rice, Irvine ville
lh lll letics, University of Kentucky Fayétlie C0¤¤ty—Mrs. Elmer Gilb, Paris Pike, Todd County-Logan wehb_ Guthrie
kv ' Mrs. T. Jere Beam, Council and Tatum Roads. L€>€1¤€t¤¤ _ _ TUEE C°“m·Y_T°m Masfawr Cadil .
,I,h—Ol“a_ Indian Hllls_ Louisville (Term Expires 1956) Fleming County—Dr. C. D. Blair, Flemings- Trimble C0unty—J. G. Dye, Bedford
" Robert H. gninnmeyer, Hillenmeyer Nur- burg · _ U¤1¤¤ €¤¤¤f>*—Wi11 T¤mWaiI1€¤.M0rza¤fi€ld I ;
KX, series, Lexington (Term expires 1956) Fl0Yd C¤\1¤fy—-Robert Allen, Wheelwright Warren County—Norman Lewis, Royal Music
  J_ Carlisle Myers, _·h·__ 1211 Richmond Roach Franklin County—August Luscher, Jr., c/o Store, 10th St., Bowling Green I V
Loxln ton (Torn-, ox n-os lg56 Schenley Distillers, Inc., Frankfort Washington County-—Charles J. Haydon, ¤
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Richard E_ Cooper, Somerset (Tel-m Expires Fulton County—Dr. Ward Bushart, Bushart Springfield
1957) Clinic, Fulton Webster County—Harold Trader, Providence
Ho,-noon J_ EyanS_ plnoylllo (Term expires Garrard County—Miss Iona Montgomery. Whitley C0unty—Sam Cannon, Corbin
· . 1957) Lancaster Wolfe County—Everett Miller, Campton `
Ohlo Gerald GrifHn'   (Term expires   Graves CQuht}'—-William Parham, Mayfield \VO0dfOI`d COuY°lty·—JOhl"I     JI`-,  
Us Ind wiiham H_ Townsend Fl;-St National Bank Hancock County—Harry Black, Hawesville Versailles , g
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;»_ · 1958) Harlan county-John crosmwaize, Jr. Atlanta. Ga.—James C. Downing. 1711 r 1
`)' William P. Curlin, Frankfort (Term expires B°?‘ 589 4 _ .BaY"°Sda*9 Way· N·E·   ¥
1958) Harrison County-—W11l1am Renaker, Route Blgmlnghiivlmr AIQTZTM. Thomas Brooks, · {
Dr. Ral ii A 1 ·, 109 E 1 ri , L · - No- 1. Cynthiana Y°W¤· MX S- <
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Hf (Immediate past pre5idgnt) Hopkins County-Mrs. Moss Patterson, Eari- Branch St., _Oak Park. lll.
  Marguerite McLaughlin, 226 E_ Maxwell, Lex_ mgton Cleveland, Oh1o—R0bert McDowell, 3203 W. i
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‘ ll;.r»a.1aum.te sa~v·it¤es are set lor ‘“g°: "‘3“‘ lll l‘*l“‘>"‘“· He “T’°°“'?‘l ll'? llslss te the Am€¤·l¢=¤¤ .l<>¤l¤=¤l Us Qi
. lour p.m. Sunday afternoon, May 27. M`_D` lwglicc flew llc Umvclislty Ol ·‘\ll?llOlllY lllld llll? ·"\lll€lll`illl ]0lll`lll l il
` V at Memorial Coliseum. to be followed Eiilsggliiilglgjglsiimr which hc begun ·'\“lhl`0l’0lOgY· iggaiifls
l bv a baccalaureate tea in the Ball O 7 ni I ‘i‘` i1" l·l€ was listed in l‘Vho`s \\'ll¤· ( Y`
A E Rinmn nr the Student UngOn_ nt which l)r. Pryor came to Lexington in 1890 America, \\l’ho's lll/ho in ,-\l11e1._lbE;_r{n§
. members ny the Student Union Bonn] and began teaching at the University. Medicine, the \~\’ho’s \\lho ol .-\11L1)aci6:: S
_ will be hosts. l·le was tt member ol the American lull AUlll0l`$· \'Vll0’$ lVl10 Alll one drum
Q Monday morning, May 28, at ten Association ol Anatomy, American As- ·*\lll€l`l€illl l)ll)'$l€l of lllcl and El nx-
- Year class will sit together in a special Medical Association, Mississippi Valley l)l`€$b)’l€l`l?lll (llllll`<7ll· ¥llll A; the
.   section at commencement, and will he Medical Association. Kentucky Medical ‘~ll€ S€$$lOll- (ll Wllllll ll? WHS lllll tive com
  called to the commencement platform Association, the AAAS, Sigma Xi, sci- lllc lllllllg €l(l€l`$· tees, th;]
  by the president of the Alumni As- entihc lraterllity, liappa Alpha and HC l$ $lll"l"€(l lll lll$ ll'lll?· llaborato;
  _ sociation, to receive their I-lalf-Century Beta Theta Pi social fraternities, and Klclllllll Hllllffllili l)l`Yroved tl1e ni records system has taken place: free 1
.   ;<._. OF CHRIST CHURCH _ _ ll ,_ _ _ ~ _ 1
  The Reverend Robert XV. ESUUV ,49V change of title of Miss Helen G. krng, nrembershrps to graduatrng seniors 1 1
.·-,   · · · __ executive secretary of tl1e Alumni As- have been granted by the Board of ¤
_; ..».·- ;;r.·a~nat1ve of Lexington, and llIl[1l last _ _ · _ _ 1
  rector Of Mt Marys Episeepel socratron for the past nine years, to Trustees. and a system of senior class
  ·i·'·   - ` , , Director of Alumni Affairs. She was elections has been established ir1 each
      church at Mrddlesboro, ky., has ac- _ _ __ _ _ _
n eepted the eeu ee rector Of Christ given the responsibility of co-ord1nat- college of the University. ,
. . . . ' ` . ` ‘ . A h ' ·. ` 1.. I 1 ¤
Church In Lexmgtem hls home Pemshe mg the entire alumni program V e not er rnnoy ation 1"rs seen tre
1 U The Reverend Mr Estiu who ie 98 Beazley, born rn Lancaster, ky., rn Half—Century Club awards given each
time O . · ’ · 1921, was graduated from the Univer- year at commencement to members of
, m Ag}-H years old, rs tl1e Hrst rector of Christ _ _ _ I _ _ . 1
- srtv 1n 1943 w1tlr an A.B. degree. Fol- the ;>0—year class; rnauguratron of a y
[ the mm Church to be born and reared in the I _ _ _ _ · 1
- · lowmg hrs graduation 11e served for spring sports banquet each May under ,
qd Smmyparrsh. He was baptized, confirmed _ _ , _ I
‘_ · -_ one year as an instructor rn the Uk tl1e sponsorship of tl1e Fayette County , ,
m the 1, and ordained there, he was also a chon D e Pl V _ I El t_ el _ C1 I _ 1 el _ A nl f M I 1 1
ne boy and eeolyte et the Church ee e epartment o rysrca ceuca ron. . umm rr 1, ant rerexna o . ma `
_ youth From 1945 through 19:10, Beazley Magna Mater, zr group of students who 1 1
gmmagcl A fermer Student it Episcopal High was employed as a special and local in- are sons and daughters ol` former UK 1 f
OH. ‘ o _ __ _ — _ _ · _
Sch00lV Alexandrim Vee he was ered surance agent, and rn 3951 heDbeca1Ec students. i y
)1_ O[ me uated from Kayanaugh High School in ;?i€°u1;\€ $5%*****1 0 tif damn 6 1
ee 0[ he Lawrenceburg and the University of "Hml 6; O _fO}nm€rCi‘_ tc _ Isl: HF JOHN RICE ENTERS 1
mem ei Kentucky, and holds the B.D. degree Scplcc Ui_I)OS1U(?l;lHS];1r€s01\OClOm` FAMILY LAW FIRM 1
` from the liiisco >al Theolo ical Semi- ISL Promo Km O1 le. Cn uc'}, Um? . . Q
.I<>¤¤‘¤=¤l nary qt C,uLb1,i(1g€ MHS gfhe mcmr ber of Commerce, wlrrch he held until The law Erm of Rice and Rice re- 1
1 ourrn ‘ ”_ _ ’ “_`° ‘ . — ~, ‘ 1 — . ,_ .. I M _- I *
1 J entered hle dleeenete m June 1952 February of [lllSVy€2ll. f E 1 1V rent1y ·1nnoy1ntcli1 tbertetlregre scfrrlerrergl ,
. . r ` ` ` *`. . (". J., 1. r `— 1
VV W1 and was Ordamed m Febmmy 1953. The neu posrtroneo uenc cnector, notrcr jeorn _ e 1 e V e V
3* l" During \,\;Ol.ld X/Ver H he Served established by the Lxecutrye Cornnnt- socrated lnmsell wrth the hrnr lor the
ll ·A“lCl`· aboard a d€Sn.0y€1_ in the exehtic end tee of the Alumni Association with the general practice of law.
*9 Ol *\“; pacific th { H · .- il approval of tl1e Board of Trustees, will The new Erm will be known as Rice.
7 e\ ea ers. e rs marrrec and has _ _ _ ._ . _ . _ v_ _
H10 ·‘“ one daughter {WO ,€,u_s Old make rt possible for an enlarged an- Rice and Rite. john Rrcc was grad-
ld $1113*  nual giving program to be carried on uated from the University of Kentucky
, ilml ·\“* Doctor Pryor by tl1e Association with Beazley COI]- in   majoreing i11·l’oI1Vt1c:rll Scrgrrce.
(Continued from Page 4) centratrng onV greatly increased finarr- He re prcsc1rtyVese1.\1nge nr tre . ..
T of Util and a number gf nigcgs {md nephe“·S_ cral contributions from Uk alumni. .-\1rV Force at \'\`1(`1lll1l l· all. T exas, as
H mC1“’“ At the March meeting of the execu· The executive co1111nittee of tl1e Asslsmm .l“dg€ Ad"°"i‘*C·
? WM "“‘ tive committee of UK’s Board of Trus- Board of Trustees also entered into a " I
tees, that bodt ofhciall named tl1e contract with the Alumni Association Mary Pat Kent, ’43. of Shelbyville,
.V V.l._ 1 _ _} Y _ I
I5 lll ('_` iylaboratorlcs In [1lC (l€l)2]_`[`[]]]CI'][ of \\'hCl`€by {111 (1OIl2lLlOI]S of 1:lI]](lS O1` IRIS l`€CCl1[l}' been llI1lll€(l youth S€€l`c‘
U Lexrrru anatomy and physiology in honor of property received by tl1e University tary of the Kentucky Baptist `V()l`Il2lll,S
Lge 5) DI`. PYYOI`. from or through the Association will Missionrafy Ulliim. |
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LuMN—·THF KENruc1;i  ¤   T luuu‘`-` ,     .. . — .
1 Dr. Herman Lee Donovan, 14, Brat       C ,rr~.;te¤t    lite on September   1950.. I C t
alumnus—president of the University ol   — ``°, >—     ei ` }f_     _   um PmmI)[€d fh IUIUUUS Um. on
. ~ Kentucky, who has guided Alma Mater l. .    .‘¤a_-   »``_·   `lr    Clsllm by two mmlvesl Flmh the ll
= . ¤ ·  .;;*2    —`’·   `~      —·=·   Lei ‘ ` > ·' ` W ·` - ·
, through a hectic World \Var and   i  X ew    . < -   Uhh Olllresldcm Ol lh? Uhhcmll DL .l¢“h‘
ll through a great post—war expansion   ` I   l ..rfl2» i l.  =—_   ll gmslms mlls It mqlllrcs long lh Cargo- Uhm
. . . .        lie ` Y ; , ( · - —, · ,· ·
_ period, will retire as president next       I  ._ »»·  >·  -»-¤   (ll “°Us Glch (hy llhd Ohl_Y A sm sity and pi
l 5€Pt_ ]_   _,.\, Q ‘   ·i·—-   ;.» , _ :~ =  n1an has the energy and drive to H;. and (guma
  —~°`      Q [    - · ‘ ‘ . ,
In a letter to Governor Albert B.     [hc sU‘Uh· The Presldcht musi book publ
Chandler and the members of the Uni-  gg   ‘"     li l    lhchhlhll dhlrh hs lhhsl have the * the Ahllll
· — · i?t,}Q*—€"` l°ll" ~‘ · . -· ¤’·‘l`l     l 2 2 ` ` Z ` ' '
F versity Board ol Trustees in quarterly   ,   “’h_l° l)llh_ lhd °X€°h[€_ llihgrllllh f¤¤ hl
ll session on April 3, President Donovan   I `--    l"‘U€h*€ Ol .l"h· the “U‘lltY U) ll H<>U$€ UU `
i -  ` ¢ <<§f"` :  1 * ` ‘ l ; 1 ' ` " ’
  made the request which was granted, i   U“°hhg· lhhlluhg llhhlp C' lh_ll· Uoh Ul hh
l accompanied by a resolution of regret_   sl’€€°h€s· _“'UUhg UUC €s· TCMSIZ Dr. (iar
4 rr The resolution Said in Pam MTU your . pressirres frem many sourreer, trail check to 1
l il President Donovan and to your ever-   must lslvc llc wllmgc lll gu (lll Uhs l’hYP(’
1   faithful, loyal helpmate, Mrs. Dono-  -t lllllilersltyrilédlhsl All °sl(l°_wllslh_ll" Uhh lslhc
A van, we express in simple and sincere _ , ‘ Q` . lllg lm ‘l gl? Cdn l?mlm‘lm mrlllll
f words appreciation on behalf of the Dr H L Donovan llllh Hs must lslve {li heme Ani lll    
  Board of Trustees, the University of ` ' ' U}“Yll0 Ulcgghléclhhc hie gm? °"—  
r Kentucky, and on behalf of all citizens _ 7 _ SC llllenkfl Che   d {lcd ll? ll    
§ or Our great eerrrrrrrmweerlth whom you mittee. \’\~ hen those l0 are ceitified age is ta mg its to an rno Oil; ___A    
 · . . · . ,· 1 · ,·,  .    
,   have served so rtuthrurry and Wcrr,. to the Got ernor, he will name three have the energy I once hat. My l rv.  
l` In hi; Change Of work qssighment ol the ten to serve with the three alty and devotion to my Alma M1 If 
r Dr. Donovan will be president emeri- hhmd memllcls as sl_COmmlll€€_Ol Slx lllll rlllll llclllllalrllle lll clglsl. lllOllgI    
L tus and professor of history of educa- llhssrsleh <¤¤