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V 1 Index 295 McClain, Joseph A., Jr., becomes Oppenheimer, John Julius, appointed dean of School of Law (1933), and dean of the College of Liberal . resigns (1936), 242 Arts, 216-17 McCormack, Dr. Arthur T., 148-49 Orchestra organized (1919), 183 McCormack, Dr. Joseph Nathaniel, Organization of the University of 148-49 _ Louisville, 200-2; 209 McDowell, Dr. Ephraim, 23 O’Rourke, Dr. John T., 171, 235, 237 Mcllvame, B. R., 3, 25 Ouchterlony, Dr. John A., 85 _ McMahon, Charles Omar, 132 ,1 McMeek1n, Sam, captain of track ~ team, 135 — M’Murtrie, H., 4; comments on cul- P?illTl€!`» DY- E- R-i 72 tural Louisville, 5; on Jefferson Panic. (1837). 8 p seminary, 11 Parcell, L. Evans, Larson model, 247 McMurtry, Dr; Lgyvig Samuel, 85 Parochial Schools, scholarships, see McVey, Frank LeRond, presents plan Public and Pamchléll $ch¤<>ls for U. of L. organization, adopted Pa1`T1$h Hall, we B_ulldl¤§$ _ (1928), 200-], 209, 263-64 Parvln, Dr. Tl1eoph1lus, 44, 86 j Patents and Copyrights, 239 _ Patterson, John L., 123-24; appointed dean, 126; 128, 132-34, 136, 138-39, National Association of Dental 141. 156; chancellor, 175; 184, 188i . Faculties; Dental Dept, Hospital chancellor emeritus, and connection College of Medicine, joins, 152; 154 with graduate work. 202-3: 209. National Association of Schools of 224, 227, 229; dcath cf (1937), 229 Music: admits School of Music to Patterson, Mrs. John L., 136 full membership (1938), 226-27 Pauper schools, 10 _ _ National Youth Administration, 251 Peabody, DY- F1'9·¤€15, m€m01'l9·l toi Natural sciences, see College of 151 Liberal Arts: Curriculum Pendergrast, Garrett E., 2 _ . Negro citizens urge U. of L, to take Pennsylvania College Achievement action on bond issue promise T€Sli 217 1 (1925), 212 Pcrmy, Wm. 3, 45 Newton Wm. H., 14 Perrow, E. C., 129 New York Board of Regents ap- Phirlius, by Rollo Wagne, 135 : proves Selieel Of Law, 241-42 Physical Education, epartment of, ; Nicholas, Samuel S., elected first _—Y€€ Athl€l1€5 _ president of U. of L., 16; 106 Pirtle, Henry, 16. 25, 98-100; r¤s¤e¤S Nicknames for medical professors, 72 lF¤$'€€€5h1P to become OUC of first 1 Night classes: enrollment of, 203-4; P1'Qf€S$0T$ 111 Law D€Pt·i 99*1009 i (1929-30) enrollment, 227; see also _Y€l11'€$» 100} 110 Division of Adult Education Pirtle, James Speed, 100, 107 Non-credit courses, 227-28 Pirtl_e, Win. B._, 100 Normal School, see Louisville Nor- Placing medical professors on mal School salaries, 63 -1 Norris property purchased for u11i- Players, see U. of L. Players il versity campus, 146; property sold, Playhouse, The, 178, 179-80, 246 gi 185-86 Porégirs, The, home of James Speed, Ti _1 l Powell, Lewellyrl, 23, 37 ` Practice, or moot court, 246 Q Oh, Dr. K. S., 264 Practice-teaching, 222 = Oldest municipal university in Ameri- Prentice, George, 27 ca, 1 Presidents of the U. of L., 40 .., _ui·,·-· .- i. .. _ ..- .. . . .. . , I ,,, . . .1 . _1 MQ