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T ·     20 THE KENTUCKY ALUMNUS.
3 x     "Foundations of Industrial Peace," Edward Wiest, Ph. D., head oi , _,_°_
¥   g;§ the department of economics and sociology, on the afternoon of Saturday,  P °
    February 21, 1920. 1 E
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_ 2,; tg? "An Educational Program/’ Frank L. McVey, Ph. D., LL. D., on the E Q
      night of Friday, March 19, 1920. _ cu,
Q     "What is Education?" J. T. C. Noe. A. M., Litt. D., head of the depart-  Y
  if ment of education, on the afternoon of Saturday, April 17, 1920.  »
    "The Deficiency of Our School Sysem," J. J. Tigert, A. M. (Oxon.),  
  .   head of the department of psychology, on the afternoon of Saturday, May  ,
    *1; 22, 1920. Q .
    "Socia1 Functions of Religion," Paul P. Boyd, Ph. D., dean of the  
_ Q   Colege of Arts and Science, on the night of Friday, June 18, 1920. `
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