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  Calendar ........................................,................................................»........ 3 _
  Administrative Officers ...we..........»»..................~.................................. 4 ;°
  Faculty ..............................................................................................»..... 5  I
  General Information ..........................if...»»....................ww...w.......r......r.. 17 4,
  The Summer Quarter for 1943 ...............,............Y......r.............. 17
* Accredited Relations .................................................................... 18 .
li The Environment of the University .........,.............................. 18
ig Social Life in the Summer Quarter ........................................ 19
g Placement Service ........................................................................ 19 ‘
g§ The University School and Directed Teaching ...................... 21
  Length of Quarter .............................................................. . ......... 22
é Admission ............................................iY.......................................... 22
  Numbering of Courses .....................,.,.................,.r.................... 24
  Student Load ............................... . ..................,............................... 24
g Fees ........................................................ . ...................................A..A.. 25
  Refunds ............................................................................................ 25
  Late Registration .....f....................................,.........,.....,...,.,.._,.____ 25
  Marking System .........,....,........4,.................,.....i.....,_..,......i,.Ao_,,__. 25
  Room and Board ..................,.....,....i,.......,........................._.r..r..i.._ 26
  Requirements for Graduation ..............,......._...,..______________A__Ai____ 27
il ' College of Arts and Sciences ........................,...._.,...,______,_,,_,_,__ 28
 3 College of Agriculture and Home Economics ........................ 30
 g College of Engineering ......_......,..__A..___,,,_____________,__,_,__________________ 31
  Co lege of Law .......................................i_._______________,__,________________, 31
 I College of Education .______,_,___,____,__________________________________,________________ 32
  College of Commerce ...............................i....i..____i___,,,________________ 34
  Graduate School ............_,,,.,,__,___________,__________________________,_____________ 34
  Schedule of Lectures and Recitations ...............,............................ 36
 Q Explanations and Abbreviations ....................................,......... 36
· ’ Recitation Hours .......................................................................... 37
  College of Arts and Sciences .................................................... 41,73
  College of Agriculture and Home Economics ........,............... 60, 82 p
  College of Engineering ..............................................,..,..........,... 62  
  College of Law .............................................................................. 65, 83  Q
1 College of Education ...............ft............................................e...... 66, 84  
  College of Commerce .................................................................... 70, 87 `
 
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g Monday June 14 Registration for first term.
I Tuesday June 15 Classes begin.
Monday June 21 Last date upon which a student may
register for the first term or for the
complete quarter.
Friday June 25 Last date upon which a course may be
dropped without a grade.
Saturday July 3 Last date upon which a student may
withdraw and receive a refund on
fees for the first term.
Wednesday July 21 First term ends. _
Thursday July 22 Registration for the second term.
Friday July 23 Classes begin. `
Monday July 26 Last date upon which a student may
register for the second term.
Tuesday Aug. 3 Last date upon which a course may be
dropped without a grade. _
Wednesday Aug. 11 Last date upon which a student may
withdraw and receive a refund on
fees for the second term.
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  ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS **,
  GENERAL
  HERMAN LEE DoNovAN, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., President
  LE0 M. CHAMBERLAIN, M.A., Ph.D., Dean of the University and
it Registrar
  T. T. JONES, M.A., Ph,D., Dean of Men
  SARAHEBENNETT HOLRKES, M.A., Dean of Women
A FRANK D. PETERSON, A.B., University Comptroller
év MARGARET ISADORA KING, A.B., B.S., Librarian
T. LoUIs CLIFTON, M.A., Director of University Extension
 `A THE COLLEGES
  PAUL PRENTICE Bovo, M.A.. Ph.D., LL.D., Dean of the College of Arts
 _ and Sciences
i THOMAS POE COOPER, B.S., D.Sc., Dean of the College of Agriculture
  and Home Economics and Director of the Experiment Station
4 JAMES HIRAM GRAHAM, C.E., Dean of the College of Engineering
  ALvIN E. EvANs, M.A., Ph.D., J.D.. Dean ol the College of Law
 ’¥ WILLIAM SEPTIMUS TAYLOR, M.S., Ph.D., Dean of the College of
  Education
  EDWARD WIEST, M.A., Ph.D., Dean of the College of Commerce
,  WILLIAM DELEERT FUNKHOUSER, M.A., Ph.D., D.Sc., Dean of the
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ADAMS, ESTELLE, M.A.
Second Grade, University School
ADAMS, JESSE EARL, M.A., Ph.D.
{_  Professor of Philosophy of Education; Head of the Department
  of Philosophy of Education
{Y ALLEN, RICHARD SWEETNAM, M.S.
. Professor of Anatomy and Physiology; Head of the Department
of Anatomy and Physiology
ALLEN, WILLIAM RAY, M,A., Ph.D.
Professor of Zoology
ANDERSON, GRACE, M.A.
English, University High School
ARMSTRONG, WATSON, M.A.
Instructor in Agricultural Education
ASHER, ESTON JACKSON, M.A.
Associate Professor of Psychology
BACKER, GERALD H., B.S.E.
Associate Professor of Applied Mechanics
BAKER, W. MAURICE, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Education; Head of the Department of
Distributive Occupations
BARKENEUS, CHARLES, Ph.D
Professor of Organic Chemistry
BARKLEY, MARIE RODES, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Home Economics
BARNETT, BRINKLEY, B.M.E.
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
i" BEALS, WENDELL EVERETT, M.B.A., C.P.A.
  Assistant Professor of Accounting
`  BEDFORD, MATTIVIEW HUME, Ph.D.
Professor of Physical Chemistry
BEEBE, MORRIS WILSON, M.S
Associate Professor of Metallurgical Engineering
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  BEERS, HOWARD W., Ph.D. A
3  Professor of Rural Sociology; Rural Sociologist, Experiment
  Station
  BE1·1·ER, JEAN SANDELL, M.S. "
is,  Instructor in Home Economics
 
  BELSER, CLARA HELEN, M.A.
  · Seventh Grade, University School
  BEST, HARRY, LL.B., Ph.D., LL.D.  
Z : Professor of Sociology; Head of the Department of Sociology  
  BIGGE, ADOLPH E., M.A., Ph.D. `
ii } Professor of German; Head of the Department of German
  ‘ Language and Literature
  BRADFORD, LAWRENCE ALLEN, M.S.
  Assistant Professor of Farm Management ‘
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  BRADY, GEORGE K., Ph.D.
  Professor of English
{   BRANN0N, J OHN E.
Q   Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. Army; Associate Professor of Military
· `Q Science
i ii BRAUER, ALFRED, M.A., Ph.D.
  Professor of Zoology
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  , BREWER, B.E., B.S.
  Colonel, U. S. Army; Professor of Military Science and Tactics;
  Head of the Department of Military Science and Tactics
 ig; BROWN, AUBREY J., M.S
  Assistant in Markets, Experiment Station
  BRowN, ERNEST BENTON, JR., M.S.
  Instructor in Anatomy and Physiology
  BROWN, MARION CLAY, M.A.
  Assistant Professor of Mathematics
  BUNCH, H. DEAN, M.S. A
 Q; Instructor in Farm Crops ’
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il  BUREAU, ERNEST ADOLPHE, B.S., Ph.B., E.E. ·_
`E  Professor of Electrical Engineering; Head of the Department of ’
  Electrical Engineering
  CALLIHAN, ANNE W., A.B.
§j  Assistant Professor of Art
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Professor of Music; Executive Director, Department of Music
CARLISLE, FLOYD L., M.A.
Major, U. S. Army; Associate Professor of Military Science
CARPENTER, CECIL C., M.S., Ph.D. h `
Professor of Economics
 _ CARPENTER, DAURIS C., B.S. in Com.
 ’ Major, U. S. Army; Assistant Professor of Military Science
  CARREL, WILLIAM JOSEPH, C.E. I
  Professor of Structural Engineering
CARTER, LUCIAN HUGH, M.A., Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
CHAMBERS, ALVIN LEE, C.E.
Assistant Professor of Testing Materials
CHAMBERS, JOHN SHARPE, M.S., M.D.
Professor of Hygiene and Public Health; Head of the Depart-
ment of Hygiene and Public Health; Director of the Dispen-
sary
CHEEK, FRANK JACOBS, A.B., C.E., M.S.
Professor of Sanitary Engineering
CLARK, THOMAS D., M.A., Ph.D.
Professor of History; Acting Head of the Department of History
CLIEToN, LoUIs, M.A.
Professor of Education; Director of University Extension
CONROY, KATHERINE, M.A.
Sixth Grade, University School
CROUSE, CHARLES STEVENS, E.M.
Professor of Metallurgical Engineering; Head of the Department
of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering
CRUMPTON, CHARLES RIED, B.S. in Chem. Engr., M.S.
y Instructor in Industrial Education
V  CULLIS, LELA I
{· Instructor in Applied Music (Organ)
1 CUTLER, JOHN L., M.A.
Instructor in English .
DAHL, ARTHUR G., M.A., J .D.
Major, U. S. Army; Associate Professor of Military Science
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  DEEPHoUsE, LAURA, M.S.
  Assistant Professor of Home Economics
  DIMMICK, GRAHAM B., Ph.D.
E;} Associate Professor of Psychology
 
  DIMOCK, WILLIAM WALLACE, D.V.M.
  Professor of Veterinary Science; Head of the Department of
  Animal Pathology
  DOWNING, HAROLD H., B.C.E., M.S., Ph.D. .
  Professor of Mathematics; in Charge of Astronomy
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if  DUNCAN, MAY K., M.A.  
 Q Professor of Elementary Education; Head of the Department of .
  Elementary Education
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 ;; DUPRE, J . HUNTLEY, Ph.D.
  Professor of History
  EAvEs, JAMES C., M.A.
  Instructor in Mathematics
  EDMONSON, WILMER G.
  Staff Sergeant, U. S. Army; Instructor in Military Science
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  ELLIOTT, NORRIS RAYMOND, B.S.
  Professor of Landscape Architecture and Floriculture; Field
$4:  Agent in Horticulture, Agricultural Extension Division
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E3  ELY, FORDYCE, M.S., Ph.D.
  Professor of Dairy Husbandry; in Charge of Dairy Section
  EMMERT, EMERY MYERS, M.S., Ph.D.
  Assistant Professor of Horticulture; Assistant in Horticulture,
  Experiment Station
  ERIKSON, STATIE ESTELLE, Ph.D.
  Professor of Home Economics; Head of the Department of Home
  Economics
  FARQUHAR, EDWARD FRANKLIN, M.A.
 it Professor of Literature
fh;  FERGUS, ERNEST NEWTON, Ph.D. ·
  Professor of Farm Crops; Agronomist in Charge of Pastures and  
  Forage Crops, Experiment Station  
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  Instructor in Mathematics
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  FOWLER, FRANK CHARLES, M.A.
  Associate Professor of English; Director, Guignol Theatre
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Professor of Zoology; Professor of Anthropology; Head of the
Department of Zoology; Dean of the Graduate School
GALLAWAY, WILLIAM FRANCIS, M.A., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
GEIGER, CLARENCE, M.A.
Instructor in English
  GRAHAM, JAMES HIRAM, C.E.
Dean of the College of Engineering
 I, GRIFFIN, GERALD, A.B.
I Major, U. S. Army; Associate Professor of Military Science
and Tactics
GRUNDMEIER, EDITH, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Home Economics
GULLETTE, ARTHUR T., M.A.
Instructor in Physical Education
HACKENSMITH, CHARLES WILLIAM, M.A.
Associate Professor of Physical Education; Acting Head of the
Department of Physical Education
HAINES, RUTH, M.S.
Instructor in Public School Art and Elementary Education
HALL, ELLERY L., M.A.
Assistant Professor of History
HAMANN, C. B., Ph.D,
Instructor in Bacteriology
HAMILTON, WILLIAM BROOKS, M.S., Ph.D.
Bacteriologist; Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health
HAMMONDS, CARsIE, M.S., Ph.D.
Professor of Agricultural Education; Head of the Department of
Agricultural Education
HANKINS, THOMAS L., M.S.
» Instructor in Industrial Education
  HANNAN, JOHN S., B.S. in Med. Tech.
  Instructor in Bacteriology
I HAWKINS, ROBERT DAWSON, M.E., M.S.
Professor of Applied Mechanics
HELToN, STELLA ELIZABETH, M.S.
Instructor in Home Economics
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,  HEINZ, WILBUR AUGUST, M.S.P.H.
EA  Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health
  HENSON, RHEA BEARD, M.S.
 Q; Fifth Grade, University School
  H1MEs, RALPH E.
 `gi Sergeant, U. S. Army; Instructor in Military Science
  HOLMES, HENRY BERT, M.A., Ph.D.
  Assistant Professor of Romance Languages
  HORmE, JOHN SHERMAN, M.E.
  Associate Professor of Engineering Drawing
  I-IoRsE1EL1>, MARGARET BENNETT, MA., Diplome d’Etudes Francaises  I
  de 1’Uuiversite de Montpelier
g —'? Assistant Professor of Romance Languages
  HORTON, LEWIS HENRY, M.A.
  Assistant Professor of Music
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  HULL, FL0Y1> EDGAR, D.V.M.
?’;. Professor of Veterinary Science; Associate Veterinarian, Experi-
.   ment Station
Q-   HUMPHREYE, MARGARET BELL, A.B.
  Commercial Subjects, University School
  J ENNHWGS, WALTER WILSON, M.A., Ph.D.
  Professor of Economics
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  JETT, CARTER COLEMAN,  
  Professor of Machine Design
  J ONES, THEODORE TOLIVIAN, M.A., Ph.D.
 yr. Professor of Ancient Languages; Head of the Department of
  Ancient Languages; Dean of Men _
  KARRAKER, PERRY ELMER, M.A.
  Professor of Soils; Agronomist in Soil Technology, Experiment
  Station
  KELLEY, JAMEs BYRoN, B.S. in A.E., B.S. in M.E.
 Ei __ Professor of Agricultural Engineering; Agricultural Engineer,  
  Experiment Station  {
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 ij KEMPER, DURBIN COLLINS, M.A.
  Science, University High School '
  I{INKER, ELMER O.
 it, Technical Sergeant, U. S. Army; Instructor in Military Science
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  KNAPP, CHARLES MERRTAM, Ph.D.
  Professor of History
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Professor of English
KNOTT, HELEN, M.S.
Instructor in Bacteriology '
Koppms, OTTo TOWNSEND, Ph.D.
Professor of Physics
  KoUNs, MARY KING, M.A.
  Instructor in Physical Education
l KUIRER, JOHN, M.A.
3 Professor of Philosophy; Head of the Department of Philosophy
LAMPERT, CARL ALBERT, B.M.
Professor of Music; Head of the Department of Music
LANCASTER, HARRY, A.B.
Instructor in Physical Education
LATIMER, CLA1EoRNE GREEN, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
LATZKE, VERNA, M.S. A
Assistant Professor of Home Economics ,
LAWRENCE, ARMoN JAY, M.A.
Associate Professor of Commerce and Education; Head of the
Department of Business Education (College of Education)
LESTOURcEON, FLORA ELIZABETH, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics
LEWIS, MILDRED SINCLAIR, B.S. in Mus., M.A.
Assistant Professor of Music
LIGON, MOSES EDWARD, M.A., LL.D.
Professor of Secondary Education; Head of the Department of
Secondary Education; Director of the Placement Bureau
LUNDE, ROBERT GERHARD, M.A.
Assistant Professor of History
, MCCONNELL, EUGENE SLAGLE, M.S.
  Instructor in Poultry Husbandry; Assistant in Poultry, Experi-
E ment Station A
i MCFARLAN, ARTHUR CRANE, Ph.D.
Professor of Geology; Head of the Department of Geology
McGU1RE, FRANCIS T., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Physical Metallurgy
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  MCLAUGHLIN, MARGUERITE, A.B.
  Assistant Professor of Journalism
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  Professor of Economics; Director of the Bureau of
  Business Research
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  MAY, AUGUSTUS NOAH, B.S.
  Professor of Industrial Eclucation; Head of the Department of
  Industrial Education 5
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  MAY, CALVIN W., B.S. 1
  Second Lieutenant, U. S. Army; Associate Professor of Military
  Science  
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  MAY, EARL C., B.S. in Com.
  Captain, U. S. Army; Associate Professor of Military Science
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  MAY, JAMES WARREN, M.E.
  Associate Professor of Heating and Ventilating E·ngineering
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y iéi MEEcE, LEONARD E., M.A., Ph.D.
  Associate Professor of Educational Administration
  MERCER, ANNE M., A.B.
  Biology and Mathematics, University School
  MEYER, ANDRE JOHANNES, B.S. in M.E.
  Professor of Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering
  MINER, JAMES BURT, B.S., LL.B., M.S., Ph.D.
 §%j Professor of Psychology; Head of the Department of Psychology
  MoLL0Y, JEANETTE ELLIOTT ROBINSON, M.A.
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  First Lieutenant, U. S. Army; Assistant Professor of Military
  Science
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  MURELAND, ROY, A.B., LL.B., J.D., S.J.D.
  Professor of Law
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gf,  MORRISON, HENRY BARTLETT, M.S., Ph.D.
  ASSOCiate Professor of Dairying; Assistant in Dairying, Ercperi- \
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  MYERS, GENE, A.B. in Ed.
  Captain, U. S. Army; Assistant Professor of Military Science
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Assistant Professor of Psychology
NOLLAU, Louxs EDWARD, M.E.
Professor of Engineering Drawing
PALMER, EDGAR Z., Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
PARDUE, Lours A., M.S., Ph.D.
` Associate Professor of Physics
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PARKER, ETHEL LEE, M.A.
1 Professor of Home Economics Education; Head of the Depart-
4 ment of Home Economics Education
V PA*rR1cK, WELLINGTON, M.A., Ph.D.
Professor of History of Education; Head of the Department of
History of Education
PEcK, ANNA BROWNING, M.A.
Social Sciences, University High School.
P1-1NcE, SALLIE E., M.A., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
PIFER, RAYMOND W., M.S.
Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry; Assistant in Animal
Husbandry, Ercperiment Station
PLUMMER, L. N1EL, M.A., Ph.D.
Professor of Journalism; Head of the Department of Journalism
PoRTMANN, VICTOR R., B.J.
Assistant Professor of Journalism.
POWELL, PRESTON B.
Captain, U. S. Army; Associate Professor of Military Science
PRICE, HUGH BRUCE, Ph.D.
Professor of Agricultural Economics; Head of the Department
of Markets and Rural Finance
RANDALL, FRANK HALL, A.B., LL.B., S.J.D.
Professor of Law
RANNELLS, EDWARD W., A.B.
Professor of Art; Head of the Department of Art
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Q REEVES, JOHN ESTILL, M.A.
  Assistant Professor of Political- Science; Acting Head of the
  Department of Political Science
RILEY, HERBERT P., M.A., Ph.D.
Professor of Botany; Head of the Department of Botany
ROBERTS, WILLIAM LEWIS, M.A., J.D., S.J.D.
Professor of Law
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  Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
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  Ross, CLAY CAMPBELL, M.A., Ph.D.
  Professor of Educational Psychology; Head of the Department of
  Educational Psychology
  RYLAND, H0BART, M.A., Docteur de l’U1’1lV€1`Slt€
  Professor of Romance Languages; Head of the Department of
,3  Romance Languages and Literatures  `
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  Professor of Bacteriology; Head of the Department of
~   Bacteriology
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  SEAY, MAURIcE F., M.A., Ph.D.
 gi? Professor of Educational Administration; Head of the Depart-
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  of School Service
  SEEDS, FRANCES, M.S.
  Assistant Professor of Home Economics
  SEMMoNs, MILDRED, B.S., M.A. in L.S.
  Professor of Library Science; Head of the Department of
  Library Science
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  SHANNON, JASPER BERRY, Ph.D.
  Associate Professor of Political Science
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  SHAVER, ROBERT EZEKIEL, C.E,
i   Associate Professor of Civil Engineering
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  SHIPMAN, MARTHA VIRGINIA, M.A.
  English and Social Studies, University High School
  SMITH, CHARLES W., JR,, Ph.D.
  Associate Professor of Political Science
  SNEED, RUTH, M.S.
  Instructor in Home Economics Education x
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  SNOW, CHARLES E., Ph.D.
Qt  ` Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology
  . SPICKARD, RONELLA, M.S. ‘
  Professor of Home Economics Education
    STEELE, DEWEY G., M.S., Ph.D.
ig  Associate Professor of Genetics; in Charge Section of Genetics
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Associate Professor of Chemistry ·
STIvERs, ROBERT L., B.S. in Com.
First Lieutenant, U. S. Army; Professor of Military Science
SULLIVAN, MERRELL RODMAN, IVLA., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Economics
SUTHERLAND, WILLIAM ROBERT, A.B.
` Assistant Professor of English
TAER, WILLIAM Roy, B.S. in Agr., IVLS. in Ed.
 , Instructor in Agricultural Education
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TAYLOR, ESTHER, M.S.
Instructor in Home Economics
’I`AYLoR, WILLIAM SEPTIIVIUS, M.S., Ph.D.
Professor of Education; Dean of the College of Education
TERRELL, DANIEL VOIERS, C.E.
Professor of Civil Engineering; Head of the Department of Civil
Engineering; Assistant Dean of the College of Engineering
THOMAS, RUTH E., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Commerce
TODD, JARVIS, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Physics
TOPHAM, LAURA, M.A., C.E.F.
French, University High School
TOWNSEND, LEE HILL, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Agricultural Entomology
TRIMBLE, ERNEST GREENE, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science ,
TUCKER, WILLIS C., M.A.
Associate Professor of Journalism
TUTHILL, EDWARD, Ph.D.
K Professor of History; Head of the Department of History
I WALTMAN, CLAIR SMITH, M.S., Ph.D.
{ Associate Professor of Horticulture; Assistant in Horticulture,
` Experiment Station
WALTON, Moss, M.S.
Visiting Lecturer in Education; Director, Division of School of
School Census and Attendance, State Department of Educa-
tion, Frankfort, Kentucky
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  WALToN, SYLVAN Bnooxs, M.E.
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  Instructor in English
  WARREN, MARGARET, M.A. in Ed.
  Instructor in Physical Education
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  WEAVER, RALPH HOLDER, M.S., Ph.D.
  Professor of Bacteriology _ ‘
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  Librarian, College of Engineering _
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jg   WEBB, WILLIAM SNYDER, M.S., D.Sc.
 i   Professor of Physics; Head of the Department of Physics;
  Professor of Archaeology; Head of the Department of
  Anthropology and Archaeology
  WEST, MARY LUCILLE, M.A.
i ly: Languages, University High School
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  Professor of Steam and Power Engineering; Head of the Depart-
1 5}. ment of Mechanical Engineering
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 j g, WHITE, MARTIN M., M.A., Ph.D.
  Professor of Psychology; Acting Assistant Dean of the College
Q   of Arts and Sciences; Executive Secretary of Personnel
  office
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  WILFORD, EDWARD JAMES, M.S.
,·    Professor of Animal Husbandry; in Charge of Meats Laboratory;
  Assistant in Animal Husbandry, Experiment Station
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  WILLSON, LOUISE, M.A.
  Third Grade, University School
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  WOFFORD, AzILE MAY, M.S.
  Assistant Professor of Library Science
  YATES, LAWRENCE, M.A.
  Assistant Professor of English
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  YOUNG, DAVID MARION, M.S.
  Assistant Professor of Geology; Curator of the Museum
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  Yormc, EARL ROBERT, M.S,  
  Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering
  YoUNc, RUTH THEoEAL¤, B.S. in Lib. Sci.
  Visiting Instructor in Library Science
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 _ GENERAL INFORMATION
THE SUMMER QUARTER FOR 1943
In planning its Summer Quarter for 1943, the University of
Kentucky, like all other institutions, was faced with_many prob-
lems not normally encountered. The summer program must of
necessity be planned early in the winter, much too soon in these
" abnormal times to predict with any degree of accuracy the enroll-
ment to be expected or the particular needs of the students who are
to attend. Under such conditions it has been the purpose of the
University, to present as comprehensive a program as possible,
keeping in mind the needs of those who will probably be in attend- .
ance and the demands made on institutions of higher learning by  
the nation’s war eifort. It is the desire of the University of Ken- ;
tucky to meet every immediate and practical demand of the war, Y
while at the same time retaining the essential integrity of its .
liberal and professional schools, in order that it may give to the
state and nation, during and after the conflict, men and women of `
broad social understanding, genuine intellectual power, good will,
and tolerance.
It should be pointed out that the schedule of courses and `
instructors is tentative, and that the University reserves the right
to withdraw courses for which the demand proves to be slight or
negligible. `
Courses will be offered for graduates and for undergraduates
inthe College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Agriculture and
Home Economics, the College of Engineering, the College of Law,
the College of Education, and the College of Commerce.
The needs of the following groups, particularly, have been
kept in mind in planning the Summer Quarter for 1943.
1. The high school boy who graduates in May or June and will
not be eighteen years of age until late in the summer or fall.
Such a boy may easily complete one and possibly two »
~ quarters of college work before entering military service.
Experience has proved that every added day of study is an
§ advantage to the student entering military service.
l 2. The high school girl who graduates in May or June and
wishes to advance her college preparation as rapidly as
possible in order that she may be of largest service to the ,
nation in this crisis.
3. All students, women and men, who are in college and wish
to accelerate their programs of study as much as possible.
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    4. Teachers, principals, supervisors, and superintendents who
  desire to further their preparation for educational work in
  elementary and seconday schools.
  5. All persons who may desire certain courses in order to
  advance in their specific vocation or to fit themselves better
  for positions available as a result of the war.
  Over and above its program of liberal education the University
  Summer Quarter provides numerous opportunities for persons to ;
  prepare both for emergency occupations and for normal or after- 1
  the-war employment. The extent of the opportunities is indicated
 A by the following vocational areas in which summer courses will
  be offered: Industrial Chemistry, Journalism, Medical Technology, Y
  Pre-Medicine, Pre~Dentistry, Pre-Nursing, Music, Library Science,
§,gP`    Public Service, Art, Bacteriology, Geology, Psychology, Agriculture
  in its various phases, Pre-Forestry, Pre—Veterinary, Home Eco-
 ,H§ nomics, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engi-
  neering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Law, Ele-
 ii mentary Teaching, High School Teaching, Educational Supervision
${1;  and Administration, General Business, Commerce-Law, Industrial
  Administration, and Secretarial Work.
  It should be emphasized that the University’s participation in
  the post-induction training of Army or Navy enlisted men will not
  in any way interfere with the normal operation of the program for
  regular summer students.
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  Accannrrnn RELATIONS
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  The University of Kentucky is on the approved list of the
    Association of American Universities, and is a member of the
  Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the
  Kentucky Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. It is
  accredited in its respective colleges or departments by the Associa-
  tion of American Law Schools, the American Association of Col-
jgii  legiate Schools of Business, the American Association of Schools
  and Departments of Journalism, the American Library Association,
  the National Association of Schools of Music, and the Engineers’
  Council for Professional development.
 V} , THE ENVIRONMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY  
  The University of Kentucky is located in Lexington in the l
  center of the Bluegrass, a delightful country of scenic beauty and
  ofgreat historical interest.
  _ Many of the famous horse farms, some individual establish-
  ments containing more than a thousand acres, are open to visitors
  throughout the year. These farms, with their broad pastures,
  sparkling streams, woodlands, and paved roads provide Fayette
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 County with a system of parks which is unique. Idle Hour, cradle
of four Derby winners; Elmendorf; Walnut Hall; Calumet, home
of Whirlaway; Castleton; Hamburg Place; Dixiana; Coldstream;
and Faraway, home of Man o’ War, are among the beautiful horse '
farms in Fayette County open to visitors.
Points of particular interest in Lexington, other than the near-
by farms are Ashland, the home of Henry Clay; General John Hunt
Morgan’s home; the home of Mary Todd, wife of Lincoln; the vast
tobacco warehouses; the Keeneland Race Track; the track of the
* Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeder’s Association; the United States
Veterans’ Hospital; and the Federal Narcotic Hospital.
Within a relatively short distance from Lexington are Frank-
. fort, the Capitol City, with its many historical features; Herrington
Lake; Shakertown; Fort Harrod and its adjacent Pioneer Cemetery;
the Old Kentucky Home; the Palisades of the Kentucky River; and
many other points of historical and scenic interest.
SOCIAL LIFE IN THE SUMMER QUARTER
The University of Kentucky realizes that it is essential to `
meet the social needs of students in attendance at the Summer .
Quarter, as well as to provide for their intellectual requirements.
The extra—curricular offerings in past summers have been greatly i
appreciated by the students and widely attended. The extra- ·
curricular offerings in the 1943 Summer Quarter will include con-
certs, teas, dances, plays, lectures, picnics, and convocations. i
STUDENT UNION BUILDING
The Union Building is the center of University student activity.
The building provides a game room with pool, billiard, and
ping-pong tables; a recreation room for cards and informal dancing;
a music room where one may hear the works of the greatest com-
posers; and a periodical room with iine magazines. The advantages
of these various rooms may be enjoyed by the students during
leisure hours.
There is a modern beauty salon and barber shop, a cafeteria
serving foods of quality, an attractive soda grill, men’s and women’s
lounges, and telegraph and telephone service; all for the con-
4 venience of the students.
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  PLACEMENT SERVICE
‘ There is a constantly growing demand for the services of the
graduates of the University of Kentucky. Placement services are
maintained by several colleges on the campus and every attempt is
made to procure for the students and for the graduates of the Uni-
versity the type of employment which will enable each one to
achieve the best results.
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  In the College of Commerce is the Senior-Commerce Employ-
  ment Association which is self-supporting and is headed by a per-
  manent secretary. The Association has been very successful in
  p