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40 > Image 40 of The Kentuckian Volume XII

Part of University of Kentucky Yearbook Collection

i $ cd7ie "Tdeniuckian DEAN ROWE (Etml iEngtttemng HERE is the college for you who would live the picturesque life of the open. It has been proved quite often that there is no better way to win the heart of a sweet, unsophisticated maiden than to work as a civil engineer in her neighborhood. This profession has grown in popularity, despite that fact, and it is recognized now as being one of the most important of all. Kentucky and many other slates have realized the importance of civil engineers and have looked with much favor on Dean Rowe's graduates and undergraduates. (36) 1916