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2 > Image 2 of The State College cadet, vol. 7, no. 6, March 1897

Part of The State College cadet

5 Milla!}/M : I <,sie rA,,@% Lg: ig, ; , 3* IR l `O fi Qb i $3* `' ` li ' ;` gs? i?`%T`iQ<:j Ts Q P P A . E; = ., e " iii-? i I l` s,=PENMANSH|P&DRAWING a {P . , A`. .,, gi ; g ge , ji, ._ *DESIGN|NG AND- i e [ `X) . l J; [ \ _ ?e,% E J; _ _ __ p, ILLUSTRATING , V M success \\ ii ISNOTWON BV [ s ` SUUDEN FLIGHT p - { IBUT stew sv sren 57i'L?J.'$Jm Nnm Q A Oven Views Bcaacnre 0,4,. I A l l l . THB Sliillt 60ll6l]6 Ol K6lllill(>KU i I I offers to the public the following Courses of Study, viz: I Agricultural, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engin eering, Classical, Normal School and three . . Scientific Courses, each of which { _ covers four years in the Col- } ` lege proper and leads . . . to a degree. Its Faculty contains twenty-eight professors. Its grounds, build- i ( _ ings andequipments represent $450.000 in value. Its laboratories i Chemical, Physical, Biological, Botanical, Geological, Physiological T and Mechanical are the largest and best in Kentucky. 7 V _ Each Legislative District is entitled bylaw to nfree tuition, room _ _ _ rent, fuel and ighis for four properly prepared students in the ; i College oroper, and to an equal number in the Normal Department, ' 7 _ Alumni of other college in Kentucky are entered in post graduate 1 A courses free. For cataloguenand other informalion apply to [ T * JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., LL. D., I f President of the College, Lexington, Ky I - C-