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University Calendar 8
Schedule of Entrance Examinations 10
Part l. Officers of Administration and Instruction 11
Board oi Trustees 13
Administrative Officers 14
General Administrative Officers 15
Officers of Instruction 16
Other Officers 28
Standing Committees of the Faculty 34
Part ll. General information 35
History and Equipment 37
Admission and Classification 57
Admission to Freshman Class 57
Admission by Examination 58
Description of Entrance Units 58
Admission by Certificate 69
Accredited Schools 70
’ Admission by Advance Standing 78
Special Students 78
Graduate Students 78
Residence and Graduation 79
Scholarships and Prizes 88
Organizations and Student Activities 93
Part lll. Colleges and Schools 103
Organization 105
College of Arts and Science 107
College of Agriculture 161
School of Agriculture 161
Experiment Station 192
_ Agricultural Extension 193
College of Civil Engineering 196
School of Civil Engineering 198
School of Rural Highway Engineering 207

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College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering 212 ’_
College of Mines and Metallurgy 233 7
School of Mining Engineering 247 14
V School of Metallurgical Engineering 250 21
_ School of Extension. 252 2g`
College of Law 253 __
Graduate School 266 _
General University Departments 278 S`
Department of Home Economics 278 -
Department of Physical Education 292 6
. Department of Military Science 296 13
Summer School 303 20
» Part lV. Degrees and Honors 1915-1916 317 27
Part V. Alumni Association 331
l Part VI. Register of Students A 341 _
Directory of Officers 379 ?
_ lndex ‘ 383 __
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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
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° September 5, 6, 7, 8 Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Examinations for admis-
sion. Mar
A September 5,6,7,8 Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Examinations to remove
conditions. Mar
September 10, 11 Monday, Tuesday Registration days. 4
September 12 Wednesday Instruction begins. Apr:
September 22 Saturday Last day for change in
n course without payment
of fee. May
° September 22 Saturday Last day for registration
without special permis- May
sion.
October 5 Friday Alumni reception to new
I students. Jun·
November 1 Thursday Short course in agriculture Jun»
begins. Jun
November 29 Thursday Thanksgiving Holid ays Jun
begin. Jun
December 3 Monday Instruction resumed.
November 30 Friday Annual Debate, Union and
Patterson Literary So-
· CIQUGS. Jul]
December 1 Saturday Association of Kentucky Au;
' Colleges.
December 11 Tuesday Board of Trustees meet.
December 14 Friday Inter-Society Debate.
‘ December 21 Friday Noon Christmas Recess begins.
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January 2 Wed. 8:00 A. M. Christmas Recess ends.
January 25——Feb. 1 Friday to Friday Mid-year examinations.
February 4 Monday Registration for students
matriculated Hrst semes-
ter.
February 5 Tuesday Registration for new stud-
ents only,

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February 6 Wednesday Instruction resumed.
February 22 Friday Washingt0n’s Birthday hol-
iday.
March 1 Friday Short course in a,g~riculture
;S. ends.
March 11-16 Monday to Saturday Examinations to remove
ye conditions.
March 26 Tuesday Patterson Literary Society
Contest.
April 12 Friday Last day for receiving
gu essays for Henry Clews
It prize.
May 1 Wednesday Last day tor receiving
H theses for higher degree.
S- May 24-31 Friday to Friday Final examinations.
W Commencement Week.
June 2 Sunday Baccalaureate Sermon.
e June 4 Tuesday Board of Trustees meets.
June 5 Wednesday Class Day.
s June 5 Wednesday Alumni Banquet.
June 6 Thursday Fiftieth Annual Commence-
ment.
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" Summer School.
June _ Monday Summer School opens.
V August \Vednesday Summer School closes.

 SCHEDULE OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS.
‘ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1917.
8.00 to 10.00 A. M. English (Reading and Practice)
10.00 to 12.00 A. M. English (Study and Practice) _
8.00 to 10.00 A. l\I. Greek (Grammar and Composition)
10.00 to 12.00 A. M. Greek (Homer and Xenophon)
1.30 to 3.30 P. M. German (1, 2, 3)
. 3.30 to 5.30 P. M. Solid Geometry
. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1917.
8.00 to 10.00 A. M. Latin (Grammar, Composition and Caesar)
10.00 to 12.00 A. M. Latin (Cicero and Virgil)
8.00 to 10.00 A. M. History (Ancient, Mediaeval, and Modern)
A 10.00 to 12.00 A. M. History (English, American and Civil Govt.)
1 30 to 3.30 P. M. French. ‘
I 1.30 to 3.30 P. M. Trigonometry.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1917.
8.00 to 10.00 A. M. Plane Geometry.
10.00 to 12.00 A. M. Chemistry.
> 10.00 to 12.00 A. M. Physics.
. 1.30 to 3.30 P. M. Botany.
V 1.30 to 3.30 P. M. Physiology.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1917.
A 8.00 to 10.00 A. M. Algebra.
10.00 to 12.00 A. M. Physical Geography.
8.00 to 10 00 A. M. Geology.
EXAMINATIONS FOR THE REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS.
Examinations for the removal of conditions will be held during the
week preceding the opening of the first semester, and during the sixth
week of the second semester.

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OFFICERS.
HoN. A. OwsLEY STANLEY, Chairman; LENOCH GREHAN, Secretary.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
CHARLES B. NICHOLS, Chairman; R1cHA1:1> C. SToLL, G. G. BRooK,
Jo11N E. BRONVN, CLAUDE B. TERRELL, FRANK MoKEE, ~
P. PRESTON JOHNSTON.
- EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS.
HoN. A. O\VSLEY STANLEY, Governor Frankfort
HENRY S. BARKER, President, University of Kentucky Lexington
Vmen. O. GTLRERT, Superintendent of Public Instruction Frankfort
MATT S. COHEN, Commissioner of Agriculture Frankfort
V State Board of Agriculture.
‘/Y. J. HARRIS Kevil J. L. LETTERLE Harrod’s Creek
~/I`. L. HORNSBY Eminence ‘H. M FRoMAN Ghent
MJ. R. Rixsir Henderson *J. M. ELLISTON Elliston
»· FRED R. BLACKBURN, Stanton.
APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR.
Names and Addresses. Term Empires.
R. G. GORDON, Louisville January, 1918
VTIBBIS CARPENTER, Scottsville January, 1918
“’-WILI.I;1M H. Cox, Maysville January, 1918
‘ DENNY P. SIIIITH, Cadiz January, 1918
~ CLAUDE B. TERRELI., Bedford January, 1918
‘/JOHNSON N. CYXMDEN, Versailles January, 1920
»· RICHARD C. STOLL, Lexington January, 1920
VJ. A. AMMoNs, Lancaster January, 1920
‘/RICHARD N. WATHEN, Lebanon January, 1920
VDR. A. GATLTEE, Williamsburg January, 1920
»JAr.1Es BREATHTTT, Hopkinsville January, 1922
~/FRANK 1VIC?({EFI, Versailles January, 1922
{CHARLES B. N1c1ioLs, Lexington January, 1922
YJAIIIES K. PATTERsoN, Lexington January, 1922
» JAMEs W. TURNER, Paintsville January, 1922
ELECTED BY THE ALUMNI.
V;GEoReE GREEN BRooR, London December, 1918
“J. IR·:1N LYLE. New York December, 1918
VJOIIN Emvix Buowx, Shelbyville December, 1920
‘{]?HILII’ PRi·:sToN JOHNSTON, JR., Lexington December, 1920
VDR. SAMUEL B. l\lAR1:. M. E., Dean of the College of Mechanical
. and Electrical Engineering, Director of the Experimental Engi-  
neering Laboratories. and Professor of Mechanical Engineering.  
I Cn.xm.1;s Josicrir Nouxroon, M. S., Dean of the College of Mines and  
Metallurgy, and Professor of Mining and Metallurgy. _
W.uxr1cu ELl.S\\'Oll'I`1I Rowr;. C. E., Dean of the College of Civil  *_
Engineering, and Professor of Civil Engineering.  _
Airrnrit MvQU1srox M11.1.1c1:. A. M., Dean of the College of Arts and  {
Science, and Professor of Geology.  Y
YvIl.I.I.\}l Trioiaxros: L.·\I·`I·`l·ZlITY. A. M., Dean of the College of Law, and  ’_ Y
Professor of Law, and COlIl}_)llI`Oll€I'.—-*7 .__,-  . A-—·»—·’— A A A
> _ *.l()>illl’1I Iloxcixo I{.xsri.r:, Pu. D., Director of Experiment Station, and
Dean of the College of Agriculture.   ·
Grgoiruic Iloiamvrs, M. S., Acting Dean of the College of Agriculture, Pro-  
lessor of Agronomy and Head of Department of Agronomy in  >
the Experiment Station. ‘-
DEAN OF WOMEN.  I
Axw. .I.x<*1: Ihmiixrox. Ll. A., Dean of -'.1vv(>iiICll, and Associate I
Professor of English  ‘ I
DEAN OF MEN. ` 
COl,I')lI2l’S Riznorrir l\llC1,(TIIl·lll. A. M., Dean of Men, and Professor of
German. .4
*Dec·euscd, September 24, 1916.  

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GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS. ·
Office of the President. · A
iianical HENRY Srrriss B».n1<1a1<, LL. D., President. ‘ I
I Engi- Lim. ADAMS Jorisux. Private Secretary.
ieering. ‘
BS and Office of the Business Agent.
I).xvm Howmun PEAK. A. M., Business Agent. `
E Civil .T.uii·`s BASIL LY0Ns, Cashier. 4
Mics. IVIAYME H. LraNAciL~.N, Secretary. I
d Asics Pingsirox, Bookkeeper. I
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[wi and VI" AF:     Exim L. G1r.i.1s, A. B., Registrar and Secretary. 1 `
'H . · nl Lizmic Luis G1:.x1mY, Assistant Registrar.
Ion, and _ I\:.\'I.‘III?ZI{INIG W. Owicxs, Secretary.
HB, P1.O_ · Office of the Dean of Women.
.10HlY in · ANNA J.·xc1¤i¤I¤ ir The University Library.
‘ I I\'I:\I€G.\IfI·Z'I` vISi\I`)OIl.\ I{ING. A. B., Librarian.
Ifessor of I

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p OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION. ’ .
Pnomzssons. * I
HENRY S1·11·12s BARKER, LL. D. Patterson Hall J
President of the University.  
- *Josm>H Houma KAs·rLn, PH. D. 238 East Maxwell I V
Director of the Experiment Station, Dean of the j
. College of Agriculture.  
Josnrn W1LL1AM Pmson, M. D. 261 North Broadway   M
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, I
Head of the Department. 1
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Hsnmson GARMAN, D. Sc. 638 South Limestone (
Professor of Entomology and Zoology, Head of the Department of .
Entomology and Botany in the Experiment Station. A
Fnnnnmcx PAUL ANDERSON, M. E. 147 Kentucky Avenue
Dean of the College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, I R.
Director of the Experimental Engineering Laboratories,
Professor of Mechanical Engineering. G
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· CLARENCE W1sN·rw0R·rH Myrnnxvs, B. S. 660 South Limestone '
Professor of Horticulture, Head of the Department of _'
Horticulture in the Experiment Station.
Anrnun MCQUISTON MILLEIQ, A. M. 609 South Limestone T,
Dean of the College of Arts and Science, Professor of Geology.
IVIERRY Lnwxs PENGE, M. S. 364 Merino S G,
Professor of Physics, Head of the Department. ,
Cxunmzs Josnrn Nonwoon, M. S. 339 Aylesford Place J _
Dean of the College of Mines and Metallurgy, Professor of ·_ A'
Mining and Metallurgy. `
Amman Cnsnmzs Zmnmon, M. A. 456 West Fourth Q AL?
Professor of Modern Languages, Head of the Department. { 4
Fn.xm Brown, Prmnm. D., PH. C., F. A. A. 425 Trans. Park Di
Drag Chemist, Food and Drag Department in thc Experiment
Station. F,
D.xxn·:1. Josnrn Hmtr, M. D., C. M. 530 Sayre Avenue
Professor of Bacteriology, Bacteriologist, Department of W
Research in the Experiment Station.
· BICHENRY Rnosus, A. M., Pu. M. Nicholasville Pike
Professor of Secondary Education. L(
Cotuzunvs Rvnonrn Miamirinz, A. M. 258 Market Street
Dean of Men, Professor of German. _ Ei
A JAMES Enwtxnn Turium., Pu. D. 253 South Limestone
Professor of History and Political Economy, Head of the Department. Q
' Cn.xm.1cs Kmzn 658 North Broadway
Professor of Law. L
Lynn: C1i.x1.in. Professor of Philosophy, Head of the Department; ` `
[md Acting Director of Athletics. ·
PAUL P1cEN·r1eE Born, M. A., PH. D. Waller Ave., Rodes Place `
Professor of Mathematics, Head of the Department. ‘
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JosE1=1I Momoiv Dixvls, A.M. 340 Madison Place A
Professor of Mathematics. · _
aim Tuomsox RIPLEY BRYANT, B. S. IN Aeiz. 236 Clay Avenue - `
Assistant Director of Agricultural Extension, V
Extension Specialist in Animal Husbandry. `
Dark DANIEL V01E1zs TERRELL, C. E. 562 West Short - ,
` Professor of Highway Engineering. ;
FEED l\*IUToHLEn, P11. D. 337 Transylvania Park l
Bmw Director of Agricultural Extension. _ I
W1LLIi\lI SNYDEE WEEE, M. S. 363 Transylvania Park
Professor of Physics.
Pike
Loors Enwlum NOLLr\U, M. E. 311 East Maxwell .
Professor of Drawing, Head of the Department. _
Ltreet
Euw.xrm F1aA>:1l·IS'1‘Y Dowxmo. B. C. E., S. M. 158 N. Ashland
Assistant Professor of Fltathematies.
.l.xm·:s Annoy F.am:.x. B. S.
Assitont Professor of Agrieultnral Engineering. ` <
Hrrzr ]iII,l>l:l·Zl) Bl'(’!{K|.\N. A. B., B. S. 267 South Limestone
Assistant Professor of Household Arts.
__*1{cee<§nerl i"(‘i1l`UI1l'}' 1, 1917,

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Park _ ·
Hou.)? RAY Nrswoxmzu, M. A. 550 East Main ·
Assistant in Field Work and ]\7'll7`S(?‘7`]/ Inspection, Depairtment of 2 "
Entomology and Botany in the EJT]}€I`I;/}7LC7’LZ Station.
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Fmxn l`u1·;o1»m:1: .\;<·F.xi:1..x>:1>, B. S. mx Aoi:. 703 South Lunestone ·
.~1sszs/azzl Professor of Botany.
Bstcue Aux:. Lx‘·r1.:-: W11.1:o.·rr·i, M. E. 412 Rose Street ·
V ,·’1SS18Z(lE1[ Professor of Hoof Engineering.
Jeux S11l·1l{.\l.\I{ l-{os::x1·:. M. E. 252 East Maxwell ‘ `
V€11\1€ ,~1s.9istm1.t Profecxor of Jjrazriny.
Jeux .1.-xm-zs Cxnris. M. E. 344 Transylvania Park
Assistant 1r’rofc.2.2or of Testing of Materials.
Bstmw P1·::e1w R<>c:.·.x C.·.@:sim‘. B. M. E. 169 Kentucky Avenue _
)g .l.ssiia»1! 1’roy`o.2so.·· of Thornnodyizczmics.
JOS1·l1‘ll Dl('l{l·ZIZ, 120 Graliziin Avenue
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H t I 1\.¤.‘1—1>:v E.x1:1.x· Exvlxx, B. S. ix Aoi:. Greenville, Ky.
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olyrononiy 12:- the .’».r·pr’1·1:zv.<*21l Sta/ion.
l’1:;:i:Y E1.r.11ci: I*;.\l{11.\l—lIilI, M. A. 327 South Upper
elssislczizl Pxofcssor of Soils. Assisfzmt -'1{])'()11077l7.S‘t in
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.80Ond tu 1.1pisra.w·x of Live S/oc]: in lilo f.'.»·[1 Pike
**CIIAnLns FRANCIS STILES, B. S.
Assistant in Entomology and Zoology.
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M. Hmvm Bnmvonn, PII. D. Paris, Ky.
· Instructor in Physical Chemistry.
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rm, HARRY S. Cswivon, A. B., A. M. 123 East Maxwell
tl A Instructor in German.
l\lAnGA1mT MoL.xUo1ILIN, A. B. 226 East Maxwell
XWBH Instructor in Journalism.
TM.».nQcIs Josicnu SMITH, B. S.
Assistant in Animal Husbandry (Beef Cattle, Sheep and
Swine) in the Experiment Station.
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WILT.II\)I HERBERT Smuroirs, V. S. Louisville, Ky.
Inspector, Food and Drug Department in the Experiment
Stone Station.
fResigned April 1, 1916.
**01-1 leave of absence.
1‘Resigned January 1, 1917.

  
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- Auruon Loors Buomoxnmn, B. S. in Aux. 81· South Limestone El'$’¤‘l
Assistant in Hog Cholera Serum, l 'rtrrr .on in the
· Experiment Station. _ k
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· · P1uLu· E. Bseox 414 Rose Lane
Tester of Dairy Hercls, Department of Animal Hztsbandry
(Dairy Cattle, Horses ana Poultry) in the *~l¤l.xx:s:i
Experiment Station.
Eu llrsrow 149 Virginia Avenue JOIN
A Assistant in Dairying in the lirperinient Station.
V . .](;SlCl’li Wr\1.l{lill Rum: 452 Rose Lane
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Instructor in Examination of Mine Air. \ HCL
r S'l`l\X1.l£Y Arwoon Bo1.1·;s, M. A. 406 Woodland Ave.
4 Professor in Physical Etlneation. , Y\l1\'i:‘l`
C.x1:1io1.r. Sinxicr Airxgus. B. S. 162 East High .
Instructor in Horticulture, and Assistant, Department of V *1,MW
Horticulture in the Experiment Station. ` A
Ro1:1·;i;*r Conxyzmrrs Dsisxm, M. S.
Assistant Chemist, Food and Drag Department in the
Experiment Station. ·
C llomzuir Bizooxs ’l`.xyi. 1\ll'1'(‘lllZI.l.. A. B. 327 South Upper
Instructor in Chemistry.
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W11.1.1m1 ll.x1.1-1 S'l‘.\l·1l}Nl·lli. A. B. 137 East High
Instrnetor in Chemistry.
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Annex l-lumv \Vlxrrr 211 East Maxwell _
lnstraetor in (.'/iemistry.
}»l.xr:Y l¥`1:.xx<1#;s Ji»:w1·:i.r.. A. B. 311 South Ashland Ave. `JUHN I
Instructor in English.

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