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89 > Image 89 of Catalogue of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1891-1892)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

smra comics}: or Kmvrucxr. vs of America in similar latitudes? Describe the mountains, principal rivers and lakes of Asia. ` . Describe the natural routes of commerce. Commercial and Phonogrnpic Dcpartmen 1:. FACULTY OF INSTRUCTION. C. C. CALHoUN, Principal. SHERMAN W. Fsimrs, M. E. MILLIKAN, Assistants. W. H. BERRYMAN, i C. D. CLAY, First Lieutenant U. S. A., Professor of Military Science. This Department is self-sustaining, depending upon its tuition fees for its maintenance; but the College has made ar- rangements w1th Professor Calhoun to give instruction without extra charge to all matriculates of the State College who desire to add book-keeping to the other courses of study provided by the College, Those students who matriculate in the Commercial, Short- hand and Telegraphy Department will pay the fees charged by that Department for its several courses of study. All such stu- dents may have access to any of the classes in any of the other ` Departments of the College upon payment of two-thirds of the fees charged by the College, and conversely, all matriculates of the College may have access to the classes of Phonography, Type-writing, Telegraphy and Penmanship in the Commer cial, Short-hand and Telegraphy Department upon payment of two-thirds of the regular fees charged by that Department. All the matriculates of this Department are subject to the regulations of the College. Professor Calhoun, with his corps of eiiicient teachers, who have had practical experience in their lines of work, is able to give the very best training in theory and practice. The importance of a thorough course of training for those I who intend to apply themselves to business pursuits can not be T ..... gc - _ I _ v_ _ _