PAUL E. ASHBY
Paul, or “Chief Justice,” as he is know to the frequenters of the Law Library, came here in the good old days when the word “whistle” meant more than a soft drink. He has not been here all this time, however. He stayed away from us long enough to convince Mrs. Ashby that she needed a husband. Broad of shoulder, sober of mind, deep of thought, commanding in appearance, a lover of a good joke, and a genuine good fellow – what is there to keep him from becoming “Chief Justice” indeed?
SOURCE: The Kentuckian, 1922