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  Alice Lyle Crawley .............................. Louisville   _r; i
  Anne Scott Crenshaw ............ . ............... Versailles 4   é I
  Flora McPheters Gordon .......................... Frankfort     .` ·
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Z  ` Augustus Montillmon Kirby ....................... Butler I {  ;i
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  _i\ {9 Mary Andrew Lockridge .................. . ....... ll/lt. Sterling   V, li
fi l‘· * Sadie Spears Martin .................. . ,.......... Visalia K
  xx { rl Thomas Brown McClelland ........................ Lexington L }
"   il" Charles Swift Parrish ...................... . ..... Lexington j  
‘ V  Ina Kay Smith .......... . ....................... Lexington Q V
  Mildred Stiles .......... . ........ F ............... Chicago, Ill. ‘ r -
  Beverly Todd Towery ........................ . . . . Providence it ‘
  · Margaret Butler Webster .......................... Louisville y i! °_‘* ;
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if  M 5 ¤ Victor Emanuel Muncy .......................... Cincinnati Ohio { `
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    Louise Marie Kornfeld ........................... Louisville    
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  tpl “‘ Thomas Foreman Ott ............................ Lexington -
 " S George Gwin Scearce ...................... . . . . . . Frankfort  
i Howell Davis Spears ............................. Lexington ;  
__ Elizabeth Ward Wallis ............................ Lexington Y; l
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` _ a Louis Edward Hillenmeyer ........................ Lexington l
Q wl ` Charles Alfred Mahan ............................ Lancaster  
‘ William Durrette Nicholls ............... . . ........ Bloomfield Q i
Benjamin Franklin Scheriiius ...... . ............... Lynnville ~ —
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l   it    John Griiin Allen ...... . .... . ................. Owensboro  
[ i l     Stanley T. Baer . . .... . . . . ..................... Louisville  
l j Q  ‘; Louis Sterling Boggess .......................... Lawrenceburg  
{     William Waters Brown . . . . . . . . . ................. Shelbyville  
I - `     Samuel Boin Coleman ........................... Elkton  
¤       Ambrose Byrd Cram . ........ . ...... . ........... Morgan ; 
l       Ernest Myers Denham ........ . ..... , , ........ . . Williamsburg  
I l   iis? 1* Daniel Jackson Dodd . . . . . ...... . . . .........,,,, ,Loxjngtou gl;
·{ ly   Arthur Liston Donan ‘ ............ . ............... Three Springs  
V   ’ {» g Joseph George Herman .......................... Newport  ii;
tl     ;_ ` Albert Sharkey Karsner . . . ...... . ............... Lexington  
  In     " James Talbot Madison ...... . ................... CyI1tl1ia.I1a.  
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‘l§  { A   James Harvey Letton .... . . ...... . . . .......... . . .Pai·iS  
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    Elijah Latham Rees ...... . ................ . ..,, , ,Loxiugton  
3   ii Phillip Francis Shannon ...... . ........ . .... . . . . . . Lexington  
Il   " James Francis Stigers . . . . . .... . ................. Frankfort  
 ‘]_ U] 3 George Morris Strachan 4 ........ · ................ Louisville  
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  I ~ Robert Allen Carse ...... . .......... . . .... . . . . . . .Ricl’1m011d  
,¥l ` ` Berrywick Staley Craig ...... . ._ .... . .......... . . .Versailles  
    2 David Chenault Estill . .... . ..................... Farmdale  
] ‘[f '_ Walter Augustus Farrell · ......................... Dalton  ${3
  it Paul Clifton Grunwell .... . ....................... Baltimore, Md,  
_ `   ` ·. Q Guylie Benton Howard ...... . ................... Rookvale  
ll} __ ` Fayette Hewitt Lawson ...... . ................... Shively /  
·*?   Leo Logan Lewis .............................. Lexington  
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[     Perrin Rule . ...... . ............................ Falmouth  
{ il AE Charles Edgar Schoene .......................... Henderson  
5     Joseph Miles Sprague ............................ Caseyville  
l ll   _ John William Thomas ...... . ........... . ......... Georgetown  
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  Beverly Todd Towery, Classical, Providence. A   xg { j
  ORATION, Conquests of Chemistry Q      
  Thomas Foreman Ott, Scentific, Lexington. Z j  
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  ORATION, Some Recent Tests of Efficiency of Passenger Locomotives I'! l
  Robert Allen Carse, Mechanical Engineering, Richmond.  
  ORATION, The Age of Accomplishrnen Y  
 §'j, Robert Louis Acker, Civil Engineering, Paducah.    
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  ORATION, Education and Free Government ,   .
E ~ ‘ Clarence Beauchamp Fish, Pedagogy, `Lexington.  
  ORATION, The Kentucky Farmer   l
IQ} William Durrett Nicholls, Agricultural, Bloomfield. 5 "I i
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  Florence May Maddocks, Murfreesborough, Tenn.   l
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  ORATION, * The Event A i  
  . William Shacklette Hamilton, Brandenburg. __ _
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  ADDRESS, Major General J. Franklin Bell, Chief of Stai U. S. Army, .     l
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,       The Interplay of Gaelic and English Literature.  
l     WILLIAM. SI-IACKLETTE HAMILTON- I
`A     gy Tentative Laws of Social and Literary Imitation.
      ROBERT SINGLETON HART-
A4 ig i ·. X Literary Relations of Italy, Spain, Germany, and Britain in the Six-
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.···*"    AUGUSTUS MONTILLMON KIRBY—
{ { A   Genesis of the Kelt and l1is Literary Art.
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,   ir]   V Hellenic Romance and its Sequel. l
  . INA KAY SMITH- j
¤ =‘   Inductive Study of the Affinities between Music and Poetry.
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  ,¤ BEVERLY TODD TOWERY- l
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’ I HAROLD LINDSAY AMOSS-  
-   ` A New Reagent for the Recognition and Estimation of Free Hydro-  
I;   chloric Acid in Gastric Contents. '  
  I BENJAMIN ROBERT HART-  
A} {4 A Study of the Milk and Water Supply of the City of St. Louis, Mo.  
    VICTOR EMANUEL MUNCY—  
lrgy l` Determination and Study of the Coefficient of Induction.  
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  1}, GRAHAM EDGAR-  
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    A Revision of the Geology of Fayette County, Ky. -
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DON PEDRO BRANSON—     _  
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LOUIS EDWARD HILLENMEYER—      
The Improvement of Cultivated Fruits with Special Reference to our I il,    
`   Native Plums and Grapes. `   —_   l  
CHARLES ALFRED MAHAN—    i'
A Study of the Fertilizer Requirements and Chemical Analyses of the   i y
Soils of the Diierent Geological Formations found in Fayette County, , I
Kentucky. i    
WILLIAM DURRETT NICHOLLS— 3 21  
Methods of Securing Cleanliness in Milk Production as Shown by a ` l.
‘ Bacteriological Study.   {
1 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SCHERFFIUS— j  
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  and Discussion of a Representative Record from this Machine. I  
  I. JOHN EVE MATTHEWS- .  
  Some of the Common Commercial Applications of Fan Blower and l  
  Exhauster.      
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  JOHN ROGER AMMERMAN AND PERRIN RULE-   Q ._ r
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  Kentucky.   `   .
l Q ROBERT ALLEN CARSE AND WALTER AUGUSTUS FARRELL—   I   i
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Determine the Relative Efficiency of Various Kinds of Coals. ii §   i `

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    DAVID CHNENAULT ESTILL AND GUYLIE BENTON HOWARD-
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p   pjQ he LEO LOGAN LEWIS-
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  y FAYETTE HEWITT LAWSON AND JOHN WILLIAM THOMAS-
  c     r Experimental Study of Automatic Railway Signals.
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V   J.   . A Study of Rotary Magnetic Fields.
  i JOSEPH MILES SPRAGUE AND JOHN JOEL YAGER- I
  N A A Description of the Commercial Application of the Hot Blast
  v_ System of Heating and Ventilation.  
  A ’ JAMES WETSTEIN THORNE-
{j V  tl A Calorimetric Study of Southem Coals.
V ii ai   o For Bachelor of Civil Engineering
_   I . ‘ ROBERT LOUIS ACKER, AMBROSE BYRD CRAM AND FRANK L
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i IE5 iii Design of 120-foot Highway Bridge. `
Y]   JOHN GRIFFIN ALLEN AND JAMES FRANCIS STIGERS-  
  i _   Hydrographic Survey of Hydraulic Company’s Reservoir.  
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`lr jE§f STANLEY T. BAER, SAMUEL BOIN COLEMAN, WILLIAM DRANE  
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    Construction of 13 miles of Railroad.  
    LOUIS STERLING BOGGESS AND WALTER MCKINNEY-  
  » ~ ii Lexington Garbage Crematory and Methods of Disposal of Refuse in F
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GEORGE MORRIS STRACHAN— i a ··  
Design of a Civil Engineering Building. ig  
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ERNEST MYERS DENHAM, JAMES TALBOT MADISON AND I T- JI
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System of Triangulation for the State College of Kentucky. . xi { S
DANIEL JACKSON DODD, JOSEPH GEORGE HERMANN AND A    
ALBERT SI-IARKEY I