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Image 2 of The State College cadet, vol. 7, no. 3, December 1896

Part of The State College cadet

I l qi., Fi UNIVERSITY OF * Lar est Assor1 TIN g KENTUcKY { .., I`. .. wor-,r Pal O $36 !'i;3 QL Shave 10c, it g G 4; gguaranteed. ii E7 lain. Z E / I, _ Q V {In`! Stg,tjO @$9* EORGE . c1" _ _ LIBRARY TRANSYLVAD P1ese11ted by me Maker- . done. The very I0 E. MAIN STR ents and faculty. offers to the public the following Courses of Study, viz: Agricultural, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, j Classical, Normal School and three Scientihc Courses, _ each of which covers four years in the College i _ proper and leads to a degree. 4 Its Faculty contains twenty-eight professors. Its grounds, buildings and equip- _ A ments renresent $450.000 in value. Its laboratories Chemical, Physical, Biological, V Botanical, Geological, Physiological and Mechanical are the largest and best iu Kentucky. T Each Legislative District is entitled by law to free tuition, room rent, fuel and f _ lights for four properly prepared students in the College proper, and to an equal ` number in the Normal Department, Alumni of other college in Kentucky are entered _ in post graduate courses free. For catalogue and other informalion apply to . JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., LL.,D., President of the College, Lexington, Ky. i