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Jl/Caster of Arts  
Sarah Marshall Chorn ........... . ............. Lexington. Q5.
{ y William Boulden Crutchhelcl ..................... Lexington.
l __£ames Fragklin gandipr .....   ................. Henderson.
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Sue Ashbrook Brashear ........................ Cynthiana.
Ruth Mitcliell Bryan .......................... Lexington.
jimmie Drake ........ . ....................... Lexington.
Ernest james Murphy ......................... Pembroke.
Grace Truman Ogg ........................... Mt. Sterling.
Claude Stone Pierce ........................... Pulaski.
Anna Crist Rogers ............................ Lexington.
Rachel Tye ................................. Polleyton.
  J5/Caster of Science
  Edward Brand .......... . .................... Birmingham, Ala.
    Harry Clo ................................ Science Hill.
‘   Sue Dobyns McCann .......................... Lexington.
  \Villiam Henry Scherilius ....................... Lexington.
  rlihomas Nlarshall Smith ........................ Cynthiaua.
V   Margaret Donald Erskine Wilkie .................. Lexington.
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  Harold Lindsay Amoss ........................ Paducah. _
 ig lVlarion Campbell ............................. Louisville.
   Yi Ml  V Eannye Glroerer ............................. Louisville.
_   Chastain W/ilson Haynes ....................... lVlarion.
Sallyneill Wallieii ............................. Louisville.
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Edward Rogers Ransom ....................... Blanclville.
William jay Schoene .......................... Henderson.
W/alter Simeon Weaver ......... . ............. Bronston.
Herman Cassidy Woosley ....................... Fairview.
. Bachelor of Civil éngineering
W/'ilson Bryant Burtt .......................... Lexington.
Joseph l`\/lorrison Coons ......................... Mt. Sterling.
Walter Pendleton Eubank ...................... Glasgow.
Vt/'illiam Cobb Kelly ........................... Fulton. l
V Herman Pred Scholtz .......................... Louisville.
Elijah Bland Stiles ............................ Hodgenville.
Elzie Webb ......... . ....................... Toms.
Hugh Nelson Wood .......................... Hopkinsville.
Charles Roy Wright .......................,... Stanford. 7 I

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Sarah Marshall Chorn ........... . ............. Lexington. (%
{ William Boulden Crutchheld ..................... Lexington.
I _£ames Fragklin Bandifgr ....   ................. Henderson.
I J`!   ' Bachelor of Arts
Sue Ashbrook Brashear ........................ Cynthiana.
t Ruth Mitchell Bryan .......................... Lexington.
jimmie Drake ........ . ....................... Lexington.
Ernest james Murphy ......................... Pembroke.
Grace il`ruman Ogg ........................... Mt. Sterling.
Claude Stone Pierce ........................... Pulaski.
Anna Grist Rogers ............................ Lexington.
Rachel Tye ................................. Polleyton.
· Jifasfer of Science
1 Edward Brand .......... . .................... Birmingham, Ala.
J. Harry Clo ................................ Science Hill.
Sue Dobyns McCann .......................... Lexington.
Vvlilliam Henry Scherliius ....................... Lexington.
rlihomas Marshall Smith ........................ Cynthiana.
l\/largaret Donald Erskine Wilkie .................. Lexington.
Bachelor of Science
Harold Lindsay Amoss ........................ Paducah.
· Marion Campbell ............................. Louisville.
Fannye Glroerer ............................. Louisville.
Chastain Vi/ilson Haynes ....................... l\/larion.
4 . Sallyneill Watlien ............................. Louisville.
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M Bachelor of _/qgricuilure
Edward Rogers Ransom ....................... Blandville.
Yi/illiam jay Schoene .......................... Henderson.
W/alter Simeon Weaver ......... . . ............ Bronston.
Herman Cassidy Woosley ....................... Fairview.
Bachelor of Civil (Engineering
V/ilson Bryant Burtt .......................... Lexington.
joseph Morrison Coons ......................... Mt. Sterling.
Walter Pendleton Eubank ...................... Glasgow. »
Vi/illiam Cobb Kelly ........................... Fulton. *
Herman Fred Scholtz .......................... Louisville.
Elijah Bland Stiles ............................ Hodgenville.
Elzic Webb ......... . ....................... Toms.
Hugh Nelson Wood .......................... Hopkinsville.
Charles Roy Wright ......................... . .Stanlord. 4

  
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Robert Hargrove Barclay ....................... Louisville.  
Bachelor of Mining (Engineering l
Oscar Robert Kroell .......................... Cincinnati, Ohio.  
Henry Brooks Pope ........................... Louisville.
Mechanical (gnginger * ·    
Edwin Clinton Evans ......................... Johnstown, Pa.  
Herman Creel Heaton ......................... Cincinnati, Ohio. l
Howard Aubrey Hoeing ....................... Cincinnati, Ohio. l
Wallace Hoeing ......... . .................... Louisville.
Garnett Rosel Klein ............. » .............. Louisville.
Lewis Winne Martin .......................... St. Louis, Mo.
William Edward Pulverman ...................... Philadelphia, Pa. l
Fleeman Cofiee Taylor ......................... Fort Smith, Ark.  
Joseph Buckley Wilson ......................... Louisville. · ` O
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Allison Akin ................................ Princeton.
Keith Frazee Adamson ......................... Maysville.
Louis lrwin Baumgarten ........................ Louisville.
Charles Allred Bickel .......................... Louisville. l
Edgar Allen Cline ............................ Leeis Summit, Mo. l
Frank Kendrick Darnall ........................ Helena.
Harry Griswill Edwards ....................... Louisville.  
George Hubbard Gilbert ....................... Lawrenceburg. QZ
William Henry Grady ......................... Trenton.
Clarence Walter Ham ......................... Carlisle.     •
Howard Payne lngels ......................... Lexington. l
Fayette Johnston ............................. Lexington. {
William George Layson ........................ Millersburg. i
Stewart Mino1· Morris ....   ‘. rz- .¤- ..... i :,, ...... ..   .Lexington. wu I _ _
Artemus Delig Murrell ......................... Merrimac. j [
Charles Beland Owens ......................... Germantown.  
William Johnson Payne ........................ Georgetown. {
Max West Powell ............................ Hickman. i
Harry Logan Prather .......................... State Line.
Virgil Dickey Roberts ......................... Westview. l
joel Fithian Shipp ............................ Paris.
james Breckinridge Sprague ..................... Stamping Ground. ‘_
Bennett Thomas ............................. Paris. ~
Hugh joseph Tomlinson ....................... Bryantsville. J
Henry Howard Urmston ....................... Cynthiana.  
, Charles Rees Wallis ........................... McKinney. I
Howard Murphy West ........................ Nicholasville.  
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  COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
j THURSDAY, JUNE l, IO A. M.
l STATE COLLEGE CHAPEL
l Invocation.
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l ESSAY, A Bachelor of Art
: Grace Truman 0%% Classical, Mt. Sterling.
·   • ORATION, A Phase of Education
Il joel Fithian Shipp, Mechanical Engineering, Paris.
l Music. V
l ORATION, Culture and Agriculture
j Herman C. W/oosley, Agricultural, Fairview.
*   • ORATION, An Engineer`s Prospects in the Far East
i \Vilson Bryant Burtt, Civil Engineering, Lexington.
l Music.
l ORATION, The Genius Discovery Company
l Chastain Wilson Haynes, Scientihc, Marion.
ORATION, American ldeals
, Edgar Allen Cline, Class Representative, Lee°s Summit, Mo.
  Music.
   
  CONFERRING OF DEGREES.
  Benediction.

 For Master of Arts
SARAH MARSHALL CHORN-—
SchilIer`s Macbeth Compared with His Original by Shakespeare.
NVILLIAM BOULDEN CRUTCHFIELD- ll
The Evolution ot Genves in Literary History.  
JAMES FRANKLIN SANDEFUR——
The Laws of Imitation.
For @C1C]lClOI' of flrts   ·
SUE ASHBROOK BRASHEAR-
The Scientihc Method in Literary Criticism.
CLAUDE STONE PIE.RCE—
The Progress of Literature Among Difterent Races.
ANNA GIST ROGERS—  
The Origin and the History of Rhythms. il
For A/[aster of Science
]. HARRY CLO—-
V The Electronic Theory.
SUE D. McCANN~—
The Lite History ot the Habits ot the Bean Weevil (Bruchus 4-
Maculatus).
WILLIAM HENRY SCHERP`FIUS—
A Chemical Study of the Composition of a Number ot Varieties of
` Kentucky Corn.
THOMAS MARSHALL SMITH-
Life History and Injuries of the Angoumois Grain Moth (Sito-
troga cerealella).
MARGARET DONALD ERSKINE WILKIE-
Nitritaction and Denitrihcation in Drinking Waters.

 For @ac}2e[0r of Science
HAROLD LINDSAY AMOSS——
A Chemical Study of the Translocation of the Reserve Materials of
the Potato During Sprouting.
FANNYE CFROERER—
On the Influence of Chemical Constitution on the Rate of Hydrolysis
ix of Ethereal Salts by Lipase.
A CHASTAIN WILSON I·IAYNES—
$ Some Methods of Standardizing Acid and Alkali Solutions.
MARION CAMPBELL and INCA M. WERNESS—
The Viability of Seeds as Aflected by Heat.
_ SALLYNEILL WATI-IEN—
  O A Chemical Study of Cuprous Chloride.
For {Bachelor of Agricullurc
EDNVARD ROGERS RANSOM—
yi The Enzymes of Plant Saps.
it WILLIAM JAY SCI-IOENE—
    A Study of Insect Hibernation.
WALTER SIMEON WEAVER—
Profitable Dairy Feeding.
HERMAN CASSIDY WOOSLEY—
The Relative Merit of Shredded Corn Stover and Clover Hay in
Milk and Butter Production.
For Jifechanical énginecr
LEWIS WINNE MARTIN—
The Evolution of the Modern Freight Car.
EDWIN CLINTON EVANS-- I
Electrically Welded Street Railway joints. in
GARNETT ROSEL KLEIN——
The Arrangement of Louisville and Nashville Railroad Power Sta-
tion Piping.

 \VlLLlAM EDWARD PULVERM/\N—
The Commercial Efficiency of the Finer Anthracites.
PIOWARD AUBREY HOEING-—
A 35-ton Plate lce Plant as Erectecl for the Cataract lee Company
at Niagara Falls, New York, by the Triumph lee Machine Com-
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio.
FLEEMAN COFFEE. TAYLOR-  
Measurements of Blast Furnace Gas by Means of Venturimeter and l
Pitometer. t
WALLACE I-{OEINCr—  
Proposed Plans and Specihcations lor lVlachinery and Pipe \Vorl<
to be lnstalleel in the Power Plant of the United States Naval Sta-
tion, New Orleans, Louisiana. •
HERMAN CREEL l·lE.ATON—
Efhciency Test of Power Plant Equipment for the Cincinnati Gas
and Electric Company.
JOSEPH BUCKLEY WlLSON— A
Design, Construction, and Cost of Direct Current Switch Boards. T
For ,;Bac}1eIor of ¤%Tcc}ranieal(_E`nginee1·ing ·_   .
Cr. H. GILBERT-
A Study ol the V/ater Pumping Stations along the Cincinnati Soutlr·
ern Road, between Cincinnati and Somerset, Ky., to Determine Rel-
ative Cost of Pumping \Vater by Steam and Gasoline Pumps,
A F. H. DARNALL——
To Complete the Design and Construction of a Four Pole Slrunt
Motor.
W. H. GRADY and C. W. l·lAM»—
Eflicieney Test ol Georgetown iyvater, Cras, Elictric and Power
Co.`s Plant.
_]. F. Sl·llPP——
Design ol a Hydro Carbon Steam Prime Mover.
B. THOMAS and A. D. MURRELL—
A Study of the Economy of 50 H. P. Multitubular Boiler, with Dil-
ferent Ratios ol Grate Area to Heating Surface.

 K. F. ADAMSON and H. G. EDWARDS— ‘
A Series of Comparative Tests Conducted on the Frisco System,
between a Simple Locomotive, an Allfree-Hubbell Locomotive and
a Vauclain Pour Cylinder Locomotive all of the Same Class.
F. ]OHNSTON—
Photography as an Aid to Engineering .
‘ H.   TOMLINSON—
l The Design of a Suction Gas Producer Plant to Supply 3—IOOO
{ H. P. Gas Engines.
H. L. PRATHER and H. H. URlVlSTON—
l An Experimental Study of the Plant of the Cynthiana Electric Light
Company, Cynthiana, Ky.
XV.   PAYNE—
b 0 Design of a Power Plant of 50000 K. YV. Capacity, Using Steam
Turbines, lncluding Buildings, Boiler Equipment, Turbine Lay-Out,
Generators and Switch-Board.
C. B. OYVENS and VV. G. LAYSON—
Design oi: Power Plant to Handle the Electric Load of a City of
A 30000 lnhabitants, lncluding Private and Street Lightning, Power
J and Current lor 30 Miles ol lnterurban Service.
  V. D. ROBERTS and S. M. MORRIS—
F i A Study ol the Eflect of Diflerent Coals on Locomotive Economy,
' O as Shown by Tests Conducted on the Cincinnati Southern Road.
L. E. BAUMGARTEN and C. A. BlCKEL——
The Design ol a Power Plant of 50,000 K. YV. Capacity. Source
of Power to be the Gas Engine. The Problem to lnclude the Design
of the Buildings, the Gas Producer Plant, Switch-Board and All
Connections, and a Selection ol Gas Engines, Generator Lay-Out
and Storage Battery Plant.
J. B. SPRAKE——
The Building and Testing ot a Rotary Converter.
H. P. INGELS—
A Study of the Various Commercial Gas Producer Systems.
H. M. WEST—
An Investigation of the Actual Performance ol Piping Systems under
Service, with Particular Attention to Expansive Nlovements and
Their Attending Stresses in the Pipe. \Vorl< done in the Water
Side Station of the New York Edison Co., New York City.

 . C. R. \VALLIS and E. A. CLINE--
A Study of the Power Required to Haul Passenger Trains on Cin-
cinnati Southern, between Cincinnati, Ohio, and Somerset, Ky.
M. W. POWELL—
Design of Machine Shop and Equipment for the Manufacture of a
Line of Stationary Engines.
A. AKIN-
A Study of the Engineering Factors of Architectural Design. l
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For (Engineer of Mines
ROBERT HARGROVE BARCLAY— i
Methods of Mining Thin Coal Scams in Eastern Kentucky. :
For Bachelor of Mining (Engineering · O
OSCAR ROBERT KROELL—
The Ventilation of Mines.
HENRY BROOKS POPE-
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