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Image 7 of Kentucky alumnus, vol. 10, no. 04, 1932

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*` ,' · \.· _, 7 1 -_ · lk i ~ 2» a ·‘ J l l T _ KENTUCKY ALUMNUS q T T 4U i Statement From Rciirinq Pre 'd i 4 lo cost the V . . ._.;.L.,_ A t V arium, · To Alumni of the Un1vers1ty: join with us in the great satisfac— g graduate 4 Optimism has always been thg . _ t1on_tha.t we get in feeling we are , g ' °f Kel > keynote or the Umversitv ¤f Km- $€’Y”?g °“1‘ Alma Mater and fe- ‘ , he mum. , my A1ummASS¤Cmi¤¤. Even in m‘“““‘g a pm °f '°h° m·$“'=““°¤ ` these trying times when almost ev- that has meant so much to us, A , Micky he ¤ ery ¤¤·g¤¤iZ¤¤¤¤ is we Where the Wm? “h° md“°“°¤ °f DL ($*%*0*%** at ts storm ‘ future100kS unusually bright. The H- Wilson as your new presldgm; Q - rough ith; l law or compensation holds good in YOU 93*% €XP€0t_ big things {mm the g e hermit V our ease as the officers and mem- aS$°¤1¤¤0¤ during this c<>mmg_year. * was gaméj _? bers er the association, not laboring I assure Y°“ that YOU QF? m1S${¤g i It haul under the stress offbusinesi, glare ses gu§0é>;O€;¤;gi0!§ not afmiatmg wrtn l capped by , been able to give ree y 0 elr · . ‘ ation. Nt; u_ time and thoughts in helping to ‘·; TO the great number Wh° have 5 »rk. Ithgf . solve the problems that have been f%éz=;5;z;;»¤.; ¤; ;. :;:=t§s¥:¤é;% ·‘·‘’ been 1¤v¤1 for S0 many Years, may 1 · igious ezi _ V Ours during the past two years. gogggsggolilgngpggggiaxgoftic; stars ( *1°°¤*¤¢¤i Q In remmg from the presidency h - - 1 -¢ ` now e ‘·J..-·=·¢E=E:£:£:;:=;rS, ; ,. . ..;$5;%:5:E:£:;$é=E:§¢:;.-E$;2:5s§=£:;:5:;E¢2:§:3:5§3$:sq: · · » · . , 1 · :" ·J:zi5555:5=Eis5;E?E:£5s$Z5Er$&S;$£é:25;E;§¤£:2¢2f;?;E¤2r umvemtvi thmugh its P1‘€$1d€1“-*P» ‘ ‘ great mt€"?S°.that has been taken ¤DDF€¢i¤~¤<·>S the attitude that the mt pm V m the assoiiagionéwy th? Offgiefs 326 =~ graduates have taken by their mem- i lssi-me ; members 0 6 mu We Omml · .· bership m th A1 · A · t· , hese hit m- MY Only mgret ls wat m'?"€ `¤V' By becoming a member or the E = ‘ $£€i§°5E$ VYSFK E1? a‘33t¤J§‘;$1°§O§’§,E‘g ·.i·‘.‘s‘i.ti¤: = .;-.‘.t Y s».. Alumni Association you can render · e xpendituxz i _ _ that ass` ta . Th 1 , ‘t ¤ ggndmgyj the thrill of serving our grand old ,; Zls me to Jigenileou msgguiredepggnuc I ? L everthelex _ ¤¤1V€YSltY· get in touch with our Alumni secre- A _ erstood an ,_ Permit me to appeal to those of tary and have your name placed on i the liiei V you who have not been a part of our the roll of honor. · the state: , association to become members. It With best wishes to every grad- ` , a parte _ is true that we must have financial uaite of our great university, I re- { _ people at p aid from you, but this is the least. _ main, » 3 hrough th ‘ We want your cooperation and your I" K' FRANIML Most sincerely, ` . med a pct F encouragement. We want you to L. K. FRANKEL. iould dv * ° F ‘ ty is a bei _ . . — A ‘ . · SIGMA CHI WINS Kappa Sigma, 22; Phi Kappa Tau, MILITARY DAY IS CONDUCTED i , ‘ INTRAMURAL 0UP 213%; Alpha Sigma Phi, 183%; AT THE UNIVERSITY . g {p mmm, i -—-— Lambda cm Alpha, 170; Alpha —— 2 Q ‘ f. V For the second consecutive year Gamma Rho, 147; Sigma Beta Xi, Before a large crowd of specta.- , , T mdenté ; the Sigma Chi fraternity won the 139; Delta. Chi, 102; Triangles, 71; tors which incl d _ ; rywhem 1 au ye t‘ ‘ t‘ t n 1 sy N 43 c s ciub 31 u ed a number of . E i - ar par icipa mg rep y, va- igma u, ; ampu , ; -- . ·- ~ ;,§{h"0§"{,‘§g ,_ ueaat $250, awarded to the gl-Cup Alpha Lambda Tau, 25. ;‘;¥1‘““lyt_°“*°;a;; from Yh’°“gh°““ ; ms of KE, ` scoring the most number of points ___.1i-—- IS Se? ton 0 8 cmmmy the an` · V i during me intramural program at SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON wal military Held day and R. 0. T- ‘ _ . the University of Kentucky. Sigma C. graduation exercises were held , ` Chi dBf€&t€d Sigma Alpha EpSlIOI1 FORMS ALUMNI SOCIETY May 26 at the Universit of Ken, , —s<,bfi ‘t640t635Lta "_‘ . .y. · de cmpc _ y ve pom s, o . as ye r _ . . t_ K tuck Th tl U 1 t , 4 ,did_ ·. Slgma Chi Wm the cup by a fom, Organization ot a cen ral en- V y.· e en re n versi y corps, le hardshit . point margin, tucky Sigffla AlDha_EDS1I0¤ f1`¤T€Y¤· including approximately 900 cadets, ‘ and herfii f The winners trophy becomes per- IW ¤1¤m¤1 assomamon “{aS_°°mp1€t` took part in the exercise, held on 1 .rec1aticn¤§ lgianent possession of the organiza.- iiggtiil ¤n};;$O1;$;¤l;I*¤;3§t*¤;g 0; Lil}; Stoll field. ? ? he maui? , 1011 Wllming it four times. To be ` _ Th · ` - i lg facultyi ‘. Gligible for the trophy each organ- Phoemx hotel ‘ _ semb$ypH§1aIt1hgpBlE§;1u;1veii1ltth;taS2 I V. zatlou _must Compéte in the Sports HOIn€I` Baker, Lexlllgtouy was 0’c10cky followed the review in IQ mes new , of the mtramural department which elected president Of the °1`€¤mZa‘ honor or the president of the Um- { mlmakeii V · gggudsh baSk€‘tbaU» track, fencing, Mem, which to bBAl‘m°‘Ynt_aS tm; versity and deans, who were seated * ·g1y 081]* , Q ers. Buegrass umui SSOCIB. 1011 0 in il d Dated . · - t d ` It due b)‘Yk~ _, UUIVBYSNY of Kentucky’s intra- SigmaA1ph& Epsilon. Other OHi9€1`$—* in atlgg gens}? side dfevtligmgtgagiivirni. ` v." - gum] d€D5}·1'@meHt is considered the ¤3m_€d W€¥`€ Pat M· RY?n_» V1C€` Other dignitaries in the revewing i ...-— { est organized in the south and its president, and Gerald G1‘1iT1¤, S€¤· stand included Lieut.-001, Walter | i graduate} v_ £*`°E1‘¤m and administration have 1‘€·t21‘y-@1`€3Su1`€1'- Sweeney and Lieut.-Col. Myron S. · ;ucky iii W ‘ Bm adopted by m=*~¤Y high SCh001S Judge A. K. Nippert, Cincinnati, Crissy, both of Columbus, Ohio, and ‘ day, MBU _ arg iccgleges- national president of the fraternity, Major Marvin H. Taylor, Louisville, yyding to? J in S were S001`€d 3S follows dur- was a guest at the meeting. In a Col. Crissy is in charge of reserve ‘ L Lexi¤ET°, _· Cgi 6§0}93}‘32 $¤h001 year: Sigma brief speech, he invited those pres- officers’ organization in this corps E le Signal __ Ka· - Slgma Alpha Epsilon, 635; em to attend exercises at the Uni- area which includes Kentucky, In- I § while i { ppa A1Ph¤·» 479%; Alpha Tau versity of Kentucky chapter house diana, Ohio, and West Vir nia. § Y ·» Omega 467- · · — · g V My, Bw ’ PH D »l » Phi Sigma Kappa, 349; June 3, when the national fraternity Major Taylor is retiring state pres- · , mule DPW _ Délm 8;** _Th§¥5¤, 305%; Delta Tau presented a number of photo- ident of the Kentucky Reserve Of- _ -, { » 99, P1 Kappa Alpha, 230; graphs to the Lexington chapter. HC€1`S’ Association. · i » ~ l

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