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l Accredited ...d..e,.................... 19 R€¤¤¤Q¤m1AS Poi; Coo1·1·;1:. D. Sc., Aeting President.
E PAUL PI£l·ZN'I`I('E Born. Ph. IJ.. Dean, College of Arts and Sciences.
{ THOMAS Poe COOPER, D. Sc., Dean. College of AgricuIture.
  .I.u112s Hmur GII.\II.\A[, C. E., Deon, College of Engineering.
g ;\L\`IX E. EVANS, J. D., Dezin. College of Law.
E XVILLIABI S. T.xyLo1:. Ph. D., Dezin, College of Education.
E Enwlxizn \\'1nS*r. Ph. D., Dean. (‘olley.:e of Connnerce.
  WILLIAM I)l”lI.l&El('|' l*`l.'Nl{IIUl`I*lCH. Ph. I)., Dean, Graduate School.
* Dixvna Hl)\\'.·\I{I) Pr·t.x1<, M. A., Business Agent.
2 Liao M. CII.\A[lSl·jlIl..\IN. Ph. I)., RegiSt1‘ur.
i SARAIL BI£XNIQ'l"I` HlIl.AlI·LS. A. Ii., Dean of \\YOlll(’Il i11 the
L Summer Session.
{ THEODORE T0LMA1< Joxms, Ph. D., Dean ot Men.
  Tnoxms DL*CI{E'I"1' Born, Ii. S., Acting Superintendent of Buildings
E and Grounds.
F Lows CI.Il·"I`OX, M. A., I)i1·e<;tor of University Extension.
  MARGARET ISADORE KING. A. B., Librarian.
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Amms, ESTELLE, M. A.
Second Grade, University School
Amzxrs, JESSE EARL, Ph. D.
Professor of Philosophy of Education; Head of the Department;
Director of the Summer Session
ALLEN, R1c11A1m S\VElC'I'I\f;\N, M. S.
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology; Ileod of the DcparImr·nt
ALLEN, V/VILLIAIVI RAY, Ph. D.
Professor of Zoology
· AI.I.’1‘()N, DONAL11 \V., M. M.
Instructor in Music
ANI)EI{S(>N, GxA<:E, M. A.
English, Uniizersity School
A1cMs'rn0NO, W'A·1‘sON, M. A.
Instructor in Agricultural Education
Asum, ESTON JAc1csoN, M. A.
Associate Professor of Psychology
BAKER, W. MAu1z1cE, M. A.
Assistant Professor of Education; Head of the
Department of Distributioe Occupations
BA1¢1H E., Ph. D.
i Professor of German; Head of the Department
. BLANDIXG, SARAH G1rss0N, M. A.
  Associate Professor of Political Science
l Bimmorzn, LAWRENCE AI.LEN, M. S.
‘ Assistant Professor of Farm Management
  BRADY, GEORGE K., Ph. D.
z Professor of English
  BRAUER, ALFRED, Ph. D.
F Professor of Zoology
  Bxzowx, M. C., M. A.
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E BUcuANAN, C1L.x11zELL, XVAYNE, A. B.
% Visiting Instructor in Physical Education ; Physical Ed·uVcationV
t Director of Secondary Schools, Neodoslza, Kansas
g Cspmcso, ALExAx1»E1i, Ph. D.
E Executive Director. Department of Jiusic; Associate Professor
% of Music
i CAiu¤1·:x*rE1:, CECIL C., Ph. D.
{ Associate Professor of Econoinics
i CARTER, Luemx Hoon, Ph. I).
, Professor of Economics
i C}m1L1:1;1zr,.x1x, LE0 M.x1:’i`1x, Ph. D.
g Registrar; Profe.ssor of Education
E CHAMBERS, J01-1N SHARPE, M. D. ;
t Professor of Hygiene and Public Health; Heart of tlic A
  Departnient; Director of Dispensary ,
  CHEEK, Fimxx J., Ju., C. E., M. S.
i Professor of Sanitary Engineering
i Cniuuq, }L\R()I.I) FLo1:LxN, Ph. D.
L Visiting Lecturer in Education; Professor of Educational ii
' Economics, Columbia University yi
`_ CLARK, Tnonus D., Ph. D. ii
Associate Professor of History Q
Cmwrox, Loms, M. A.
Lecturer in, Education; Director of University Extension.
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Assistant, Bureau of School Service
C1mi‘S1·:, C11A1:i,1cs S’1‘rc\‘1·:Ns, E. M.
Professor of Metallurgy; Head of the Department of Mining and
Metallurgical Engineering
CULLIS, Lmr.A
Instructor in Apptietl Music (()1·gu11>
CU'1‘1.1c1<, Joux L., M. A.
Instructor ·in English
l)AN·rz1.1a1:, Lr·;111:i·; L1v1Nos’roN, Litt. D.
Professor of Phiiology; Head of the licpartntent of English
DEm·11oUsE, LAURA, M. S.
Assistant Professor of Jloznrr Ideonoznies
Dm1M1o1<, GI€AIIA1\[ B., Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Psychology
Do1·s0N, J011N, M. A.
Visiting Lecturer in Education.; 1’rinr·i;>al, Bonham School,
Ben ham., Kentucky
])u1v1g1<, R. L., Ph. D.
Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Physiology
DUNCAN, MAY K., M. A.
Associate Professor of Elementary Education ,· llearl of the
Department
DUNN, D. Y., M. A.
Visiting Lecturer in Education; Superintendent,
Fayette County Schools, Lexington, Kentucky
, DUPRE, J. HUNTLEY, Ph. D.
, Professor of History
‘ DU1zs·r, PEARL, B. S. in L. S. `
Visiting Instructor in Library Science; Librarian, Shady Side
Academy, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Er,1,1o1·1·, Nomus RA1‘MOND, B. S.
  Professor of Landscape Architecture and Floriculture; Field
A Agent in Horticulture, Agricultural Extension Division
I Emi, Founycm, Pl1. D.
Professor of Dairy Ilusbandry; in Charge of Dairy Section
EMRATII, PHIL11- CAss1r,Y, E. M.
Associate Professor of Mining Engineering
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Q Dean, College of Law
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l FARQUHAR, EIIWARR FRANKLIN, M. A.
_ Professor of Literature
i FARRIS, KERLIIT, A. B.
L Visiting Instructor in Commerce, Leon High School,
’ Tallahassee, Florida
K FERGUS, ERNEST NR\vToN, Ph. D.
i Professor of Farm Crops, Agronomist in Charge of Pastures and
i Forage Crops, E.i;periment Station
  FORKNER, HAD/[DEN L., Ph. D.
{ Visiting Instructor in Business Education; Head, Department of
{ Business Education, Columbia University
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{ Visiting Instructor in Commerce; Murray State Teachers College,
{ Murray, Kentucky
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g F0wLI»:R, MARGUERITE D., M. A.
Q Visiting Instructor in Commerce; Louisville Public Schools,
l Louisville, Kentucky
i FREEMAN, WIIILIAM EDWIN, E. E.
i Head of the Department of Electrical Engineering; Assistant
i Dean, College of Engineering
FUNKIIOUs1~:R, XVILLIADI DRLRERT, PII. D., Sc. D.
  Dean, Graduate School; Professor of Zoology; Professor of
E Anthropology; Head of the Department of Zoology
{ GABRARD, JABIES LAWVRENCE, Ph. D.
i Instructor in General Chemistry
I GALLAWAY, `VILLIAM FRANCIS, Ph. D.
E Associate Professor of English
GARRIGUS, Wesuzy PA1·II»:Rs0N, Ph. D. `
[ Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry; Assistant in Animal `
  Husbandry, Experiment Station
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[ GATTON, HARPER, M. A. ‘
i Visiting Instructor in Education; Superintendent of Schools,
E Madisonville, Kentucky `
L Gmcmz, CLARENCE, M. A.  
  Instructor in English M
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E Visiting Lecturer in Education; Director, Division of School
I Supervision, State Department of Education,
` Frankfort Kentucky
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Visiting Lecturer in Education; Specialist in Part-Time and
Evening School Work, U. S. Office of Education
GRIFFIN, Ronmr J., M. D.
Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health
GRUNDMEIER, EUITII, M. S.
Assistant Professor of Home Economics
GUY, HOI.I.IS PRESTON, M. A.
Assistant Professor of Commerce
HAAG, WILLIAM Gisoucm, Jn., M. S.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology; Curator
of Museum
HAcK1oNsM1·1‘1I, C. W., M. A.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education; Director of
Intramural Sports
HAINES, RUTII, M. A.
Instructor in Public School Art and Elementary Education
HALL, ELLEIIY L., M. A.
Assistant Professor of History
HAHN, TI10MAs MAIISIIALL, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Physics
HAMM0N1>s, CARSIE, Ph. D.
Professor of Agricultural Education; Head of the Department
HAh[II.'1‘ON, \VILI.IA]\[ Bnooics, Ph. D
Bacteriologist; Associate Professor of Hygiene and
Public Health
JAcc1~;Rs, R. E., Ph. D.
Visiting Lecturer in Education; Director, Division of Teacher
Training and Certification, Department of Education,
` Frankfort, Kentucky
~ HANKINS, TII0MAs L., M. S.
Instructor in Industrial Education
` HAUN, Romswr D., C. P. A., J. D.
Professor of Accounting
  HAWKINS, Rorxmm DAwsoN, M. E.
-i Professor of Applied Mechanics
, Hmmz, IWILBUR AUGUST, M. S. P. H.
‘ Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health
HmL*1*oN, STEELA ELIZABETH, M. S.
Instructor in Home Econ0mics,· in Charge of University
School Cafeteria
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Assistant Professor of Romance Languages
  ' HOPKINS, JAMES F., M. A.
% Instructor in History
{ HORINE, JOHN SHERMAN, M. E.
k Associate Professor of Engineering Drawing
g HORLACHEZR., LEVI JAc1.r1rm XVILSON, Ph. D.
i Professor of Economics
  Fnrrz, JOHN, Ph. D.
L Associate Professor of Mathematics
i JON1zs, TIIEODORE TOLMAN, Ph. D.
, Dean of Men; Professor of Ancient Languages; Head of the
{ Department ,
g KAn1zAK1~:1z, PERRY Emmic, M. A.
i Professor of Soils; Agronomist in Soil Technology, Experinient
· Station
{ KA1isN1;1<, M11.0 G., M. S.
F Instructor in Physical Education
  Karma, JOHN LEROY, M. S.
Chemistry and Mathematics, University School
I{ELLEY, Jiuuzs By1coN, B. S. iu A. E., B. S. in M. E.
‘ Professor of Agricultural Engineering
! K1-:1u>1»:B, DUms1N CoLL1Ns, M. A.
E Science, University School
  KIRKPATRICK, LEE, LL. D.
Y Visiting Lecturer in Education; Superintendent,
i Paris, Kentucky, City Schools `
L KLEIN, BIARYALYS E., Ph. D. J
, Instructor in Bacteriology  
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Q I{NAPP, CH.~.1u,Hs I\I1;1m1AM, Ph. D.
{ Professor of History
  KNIGHT, GRANT COCHRAN, M. A. ’ `
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Professor of Physics
K0UNs, MAICY Kms, M. A.
Instructor in Physical Education
I(UIPILT(-, J0uN, M. A.
Professor of Philosophy; Head of the Department
LAMPERT, CARL AI.ISEI{'1‘, B. M.
Professor of Music; Head of the Department
LATIMER, CLAIBORNIC GREEN, Ph. D.
Professor of iilathenzaties
LATZKE, VERNA, M. S.
Instructor in Home Economics
LA\VRENCE, ARMON JAY, M. A.
Associate Professor of Commerce and Education; Head of the
Department of Business Education
Lm0N, MoSES EDWARD, M. A., LL. D.
· Professor of Secondary Education; Head of the Departnicnt;
Director of the Plaeenient Bureau.
LUcAS, RALPH, M. A.
i `Visiting Instructor in. Comnzcree; Castle Heights Military
Academy, Lebanon, 7'ennessee
LUNEE, R()1§I·H{’l‘ GER11AR1», M. A.
Assistant Professor of History
IWICFAILLAN, AI('1‘IIU1§ CRANE, Pl1. D.
Professor of Geology; Head of the Departnient
IWCFARLANI), FRANK T., Ph. D.
Professor of Botany, Head of the Department
NICINTEER, BERTHUS Bosirox, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Botany
NICINTYRE, Ronsozv DUNCAN, M. S. in Commerce
Professor of Marketing and Salcsnzanship
McLAUc1rL1N, MAR<:uER1*1·E, A. B.
Assistant Professor of Journalism
‘ MAGUREAN, CHARLES V., M. M.
i Instructor in Music; Director of University Band
§ MANNLNG, Joxm XVALKER, Ph. D.
Professor of Political Science; Direc/or, Bureau of
Government Research
XVIARTIN, JAMES W., M. A.
Professor of Economics; Director, Bureau of Business Research
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Associate Professor of Library Science
  MASON, LELA, M. A.
j Music, University School
f NIAY, AUGUSTUS N0A11, B. S.
Z Professor of Industrial Education; Head of the Departments
t RIEECE, LEONARD E., Ph. D.
; Assistant Professor of Educational Administration
E AIEYER, A. J., B. S. iu M. E.
  Professor of Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering
i RIEYER, M. C., Ph. D.
i Instructor in Zoology
{ HIILLER, FANNIE Humtxw, M. A.
{ Speech and Dramatics, University School
E Mmm, JAMES B., Ph. D.
{ Professor of Psychology; Head of the Department .
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, Assistant Professor of Chemistry
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Q BIITCHELL, Joux S*r.x1»1>, M. A.
{ Mathematics, Uniuersity School
i MOLLOY, JEANETTE, M. A.
g Fifth Grade, University School
  BIOORE, HENRY B., M. B. A.
i Associate Professor of Economics
E Mooxm, RUTH, M. S.
  Instructor in Home Econontiws
  Momzrsmn, Rox', J. D.
Q Professor of Law
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E Monmsox, Hnxtiy B.x1i*1·1.1·;·1"1·, Ph. D.
i Assistant Professor of Uairying; .E\ssistant in lloirying. 1
  Experiment Station A
  Z\IU1m.~.Y, FRANK, S. J. D.
E Professor of Law
· NAM, M. B. `
i Graduate Assistant in General Chemistry
` NE1.sox, V1x<;Ex·t· E., A. B.
T Assistant Professor of Geology
NE\VBUIlY, ED\¥';\I{l), M. A.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
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Visiting Lecturer in Education; Director, Division of Special `
Education, Department of Education, Frankfort, Kentucky ‘
OGLE, ROBERT B., M. Mus.
‘ Instructor in Music (Voice)
PAL1sI121<, EDGAR Z., Ph. D.
Professor of Economics
PALMER, VIvmN MA1, M. A. Z
  Third Grade, University School
  v\V()I·`l·`ORI), AzII.E, M. S. in L. S. i
  Assistant Professor of Library Science
  Woon, Lucy GRAGG, A. B., B. S.
E Part-Time Instructor in Library Science; Librarian,
2 University School
  \\’ooDs, R.xI.I>II HICI{S, Ph. D.
· Associate Professor of Agricultural Education; Director of Voca—
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’ YATIQS, L.\\\'1(I·ZNCl·Z, M. A.  
` Assistant Profes.sor of English
YOUNG, DAVID MARION, M. S.
A Assistant Professor of Geology; Curator of Museum `
Yorzxc, EARL RoIs1·:RT, M. S.
Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering `
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GENERAL INFORMATION i
THE SUMMER SESSION
The University of Kentucky held its first Summer Session in
1903. From 1903 to 1913, certain instructors on the campus offered
Summer Session work to students who needed training other than
that of the regular year. This type of summer work however was
often of an individual nature, largely dependent upon agreements
between the student and his instructor. Beginning with the year
1913 the Summer School became a more integral phase of the
regular University work and was characterized by a much broader
program of offerings. This increment in offerings and the number
of faculty members has continued since that time.
The Summer Session has experienced a phenomenal growth in
the past few years. The total enrollment for the two terms in 1932
was 1942, while the total enrollment in 1940 was 3643, an increase of
87.6 per cent. The increase in graduate students between these
dates was 147 per cent.
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY FULLY ACCREDITED
The University of Kentucky is a fully accredited institution. `
. It is on the approved list of the Association of American Universi-
i ties, and is a member of the Southern Association of Colleges and
Y Secondary Schools. It is accredited in its respective colleges or
  departments by the Association of American Law Schools, the z
American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business, the Ameri-
can Association of Schools and Departments of Journalism, the 7
‘ National Association of Schools of Music, and the Engineers’ Coun-
cil for Professional Development.
THE BEAUTIES OF THE BLUEGRASS
· The Bluegrass is a magic country full of scenic beauty, and
rich in historical interest, romantic and traditional lore. Its ever- i
_ changing beauty of landscape and stately colonial mansions add to
4 its charm. ·
i Many of the vast horse farms, some individual establishments .
containing more than a thousand acres, are open to visitors through- `
out the year. These farms with their broad pastures, their spar-
kling streams, their woodlands of gigantic forest trees and their
l paved drives and roads provide Fayette County with a system of
parks which is decidedly unique. In this enjoyable touring region ‘
l one finds vast tobacco farms, meadow lands, wooded foothills, and
` deep-running streams and rivers, which, for beauty, are unsur- ‘
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sions, lovely gardens, groves of forest trees and mile after mile of
Y stone walls which make the country-side both restful and refresh-
mg. .
Q In Lexington one will be impressed by the University of Ken-  
  tucky; “Ashland," the home of Henry Clay; Gen. John Hunt Mor-  
  gan’s home; the home of Mary Todd, wife of Lincoln; the Lexing- 2
  ton Cemetery with its monument to Henry Clay, and the resting
' place of many famous Kentuckians; the tobacco warehouses with L`
their amazing size; the track of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed- ;
Q ers’ Association; Keeneland Race Track; the Kentucky Agricultural  
Experiment Station; Transylvania College, and Sayre College.  
; "Idle Hour," “E1emendorf," "Walnut Hall," "Calumet," "Castle-  
E ton," "Hamburg Place" (with its horse cemetery), "Dixiana," "Cold-  
l stream," and "Faraway" (home of Man o’ War), are among the  
l beautiful horse farms in Fayette County that are open to visitors.  
°_ The United States Veterans’ Hospital, the Federal Narcotic Farm, }
Q the Agricultural Experiment Station Farm, the old colonial homes
J in which Lafayette was entertained, Grimes Mill, Clay’s Ferry hill,  
, and Bryan Station add to the historical charm of this county. E `
I Visiting the Bluegrass, students will be impressed by the Ken- {
L tucky River palisades, Boone Tunnel, High Bridge, Camp Nelson, I
  National Cemetery, Dix River Dam, Herrington Lake, old Shaker- [
{ town, Fort Harrod and Pioneer Cemetery at Harrodsburg. Within  
[ twenty-five miles of Lexington one can visit the state capital, g
*_ Frankfort, and see the new capitol building, the old capitol build-  
  ing, the Kentucky Historical Society museum, and the state ceme— [
g tery—burial place of Daniel Boone and a number of Kentucky L
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l SOCIAL LIFE IN THE SUMMER SCHOOL l
  One of the most attractive features of the Summer Session pro-  
j gram is the extra-curricular side of the work. The University of  
  Kentucky realizes that it is essential to meet the social needs of  
students in attendance at the Summer School, as well as to provide H
{ for their intellectual requirements.  
z The extra-curricular offerings in past summers have been great-  
J ly appreciated by the students and widely attended. The extra- l
  curricular offerings in the 1941 Summer Session will include con- l,
, certs, teas, dances, plays, tours, lectures, picnics, and eonvocations.  
For information on the extra-curricular program for 1941 see the ll
, calendar of social events on page 3 of this bulletin. tn
STUDENT UNION BUILDING ;
The Union Building is the center of University student activity.
The building provides a "game room" consisting of pool, bil- A
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i and informal dancing; a "music room" where one may hear the `
i works of the great composers; and a "periodical room" with fine ~
‘ magazines. The advantages these various rooms oiTer may be ;
A . enjoyed by the students during leisure hours. `
There is a modern beauty salon and barber shop, a cafeteria
I serving foods of quality, an attractive soda grill, luxurious men’s
and women’s