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Image 2 of Kentucky alumnus, vol. 04, no. 49, 1979

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Yesterday . ls there an event or photographs of ‘ your college days that you’d like to suggest for "Yesterday"? We encour- age you to share your anecdotes with us. Every effort will be made to re- " turn photographs to you in the same 1 condition in which they were re- r ceived. Send your suggestions to l Editor, The Kizivrvcxv Atumivus, UK Alumni Association, Lexington, Ky. 40506. ln August UK`s campus was once again busy with the activity of Matriculation ..............................i 5.00 students moving into residence halls. Their arms were loaded with Cost offurnishing room. about ................. 10.00 everything from bean bag chairs to stuffed koala bears. Similarly, Fuel and gas ............................... 8.00 students in the 19th century made that same move each fall. but Washing .................................. 10.00 the circumstances and the costs were somewhat different. as this Board. 38 weeks. at $2.25 per week. ..... . ...... 85.50 excerpt from the 1883 catalog illustrates: Books, about .......... . ................... 10.()0 "The necessary expenses of a student while at college need not TOTAL exceed the following estimates. As a rule, the less pocket money allowed by parents or guardians the better it is for the pupil. When t.EaCh mom musr be prrwrded by the Occupants mere Of Or rherr ' $¤PP“€$ are kept $llOll‘ llle Oppollulllly lOl °°““°°‘l“9 Vlclmls own expense with neat and comfortable bed and bedding, three llablls ls wllegpolldlllgly Cllmllllslled Students Should llol be al` comforts or blankets. one pillow, three pillow slips. four sheets, med bv their emu *¤ mts mv debts All mwsvs *¤t€¤<*€<* sue. Wsshstmi. iOOtmg.gia5S, Crm. rmi and picket. was · for the use of the students should be deposited with a member of and Slop buckersr blackmg brush. hair brush Clorheg broom Or lllelacully brush; some of these articles can be brought from home by the "For county appointees occupying a room in the dormitory and Srudemy bO2ll'C1lI'1Q inthe COYTTITTOU l'T1€SS, flT€ T1€C€S$8l'y €X]')€T1S€S BYE E15 folr lowsl (from the Annual Register ofthe State College of Kentucky, 1883 Tuition ................................... $000 Rediscovered by Dr. Elbert W. Ockerman. Dean of Admissions Room fee ................................. 5.00 and Registrar.)