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     Minutes of the regular quarterly meeting of the Board
of Trustees of the University of Kentucky for Saturday,
May 26, 1928.


     The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky
met in regular quarterly session in the President's Office
at the University of Kentucky on Saturday, May 28, 1928,
at 11:30 a. m.   The following members were present:
Judge Richard C. Stoll, Mr. Newton Bright, Mr. Robert G.
Gordon, Mr. James Park, Mr. W. J. Webb, Mr. Louis Hillen-
meyer, Senator H. M. Froman, and Superintendent W. C. 3ell.
President Frank L. McVey and Wellington Patrick, secretary
of the Board, irwere present also.


     1e Report of the Business Agent.   The report of the
Business Agent for the month of April was read and ordered
received and filed. The report was as follows:






          Statement of Income and Expenditures
                  Month of April 1928



                               Previously
                               Reported
General Fund Income
Federal Appropriation        42,750.00
Vocational Ed. Board          6,031.24
State Appro.-Girlst Dorm.    75,000.00
  State Tax                   785,062.04
  Int. on Liberty Loan Bonds      850.00
  Int. on Endowment Bonds       8,t$44.50
  Student Fees                112,142.71
  Student Fees - Sum. Sch.     33,248.05
  Student Fees - Univ. H.S.     3,683.50
  Student Fees - Univ. Exten.  17,706.79
  1Miscellaneous Receipts       6,908.82
  Renta.s                       9,073.09
  Summer School - St. Appro. --10000.00
           Total             1.111,100.74



           F isc
Current   Year
Month      To     .



52,235.86
   850.00

   93.30


 1,973.60
 1,600.41
   114.50



4-2,750.00
  6,031.24
  75,000.00
837,297.90
  1,700.00
  8,644.50
112,236.01
33,248.05
  3,683.50
  19,680.39
  8,509.23
  9$1t7,59

1,167.938.41




 










2.



Expenditures
  Instruction
  Adm. Exp. and Mainten.
  Additions and Better.
               Total



Excess of Income over
  Expenditures



542,600.76
169,582.15
110,222.17
822,405.08



288,695.66



62,208. 55
15,534.27
17,862.90
95,605. 72



604,809. 31
185,116.4'?
1288085.-'t
918,01o. .



(38 738.05)



Patterson Hall Income
Board
Miscellaneous
  Room Rent - Summer Sch.
              Total



Expenditures
Expense
Additions and Better.
           Total



50,334.44
2,067.60
52,402.04



7,590.20   57,9246,1
             27067.60. .
7,590.20   5~9,?992.24?J



Excess of Income over
   Expenditures

General Fund Income
General Fund Expendi.

Excess of General Fund
    Income over Expen.
  Excess of Receipts over
    Expenditures for Gen-
    eral Ledger Accounts



   1,425.16

1,164,927.94
874,803.12



290,120.82


22,529.45



6,140.50

70,598.37
0Q- ,195.92



(32,597.55)


(10,473.21)



  7,565.66

1,235,526.3
  978,003.0%



257,523.27


12 .056. 34



Excess of Receipts over Ex-
   penditures for the fiscal
   year to date - General -
   Fund                     312,650.27



(43,070.76)  269,579.51



Excess of Receipts over
  Expenditures for the
  fiscal year to date -
  Genera.l Fund
Cash in Bank July )I, 1927 - General Fund
Cash in Bank April 30, 1928 - General Fund



26S,579.51
17098,16.21)
198 ,663. 30



49,799.09
    27.61
 4,000.60
 53,827.20



13,704.70
    26.00

13,730.70



63,503.,
    53. -3i
 4 SOOO s., D:_)
 S73557.GSW




 




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Trust Fund Income
  Student Loan Fund
  Student Notes Paid
       Total Receipts

Expenditures
  Expense
  Student Notes
           Total



1,895.23
7,457.97
9,353.20



  500.31
9,110.00
9,610.31



Excess of Receipts
   over Expenditures        (257.11)    _
Excess of Receipts over
   Exoenditures for the
   fiscal year to date -
   Trust Fund
Cash in Bank July 1, 1927, - Trust Fund
Cash in Bank April 30, 1928 - Trust Fund



  308,88
  860.34
1. 169.20



47.00
495.00
542.00

627.22



2,204.11
8,318.31
10,522.42



   547.31
 9,605.00
10,152.31

   370.11



   370.11
 1,152.22
 1,522.33



Experiment Station Income
Eatch - Federal Appro.
Milk and Butter -
    Cash Receipts
 Beef Cattle Sales
 Dairy Cattle Sales
 Sheep Sales
 Swine Sales
 Pou]try Sales
 Farm Produce Sales
 Horticultural Sales
 Seed Test
 Rentals
 Miscellaneous
 Fertilizer - Fees
 Public Service Lab. -
    State Appro.
  Feeding Stuffs - Fees
  Adams - Fed. Appro.
  Serum - Sales
        - Virus Sales
          Supply Sales
        - Miscellaneous
  State Appropriation
  Creamery - License Fees
           - Testers Lic.
    It    - Glassware
              Tested
  Robinson - State Appro.
  W. Ky. - State Appro.
  Purnell - Federal Appro.
  State Appro. - Patterson
    Farm Purchase
  Nursery Inspection -
    State Appro.



11,250.00

11,406.54
5 ,945.33
   807. 50
 1,136.21
 1,376.15
 2,0650. 39
 6,786.49
   308.95
   203. 28
 3,041.06
 3),066. 85
 31, 450.50

 7,500.00
 49,041e46
 11, 250,00
 5,685. 26
   194.80
   210. 50
   74.09
30,553.92
6,117.00
2,360.00

   797.48
 9,168.96
 7, 53.01
 30,000.00

 10,375.00



3 r 750e 00

1 , 284 84
  253. 86

  32.50

  347.98

  19, 75
    4.00
  105.67
  18.00
16,148.75



15,000.00

12,691.38
6,199.19
   807. 50
 1,168.71
 1,376.15
 2,998.37
 6 ,786.49
   328, 70
   207. 28
 3,146.73
 3,084. 85
 37,599.25



            7 , 500. 00
6,463. 84  55,505* 30
3,750.00  15,000,00
  369.72    6,054.99'
  15.75      210.55
  48.10      258.60
    4.64       78.73
           30,553.92
   60.00    6,177.00
   146.00    2,5060.00



    95.43


10,000.00



   892.91
 9,168.96
 7,523.01
40Q000.00

10,375.00



1,455. 27



1,D455. 27




 








4.



Nursery Inspection - Fees
Miscellaneous Funds
           Total



Expenditures
Expense
Additions and Betterments
            Total
  Excess of Expenditures
    over Income
  Excess of Expenditures
    over Income for the fis-
    cal year to date - Exper-
    iment Station
  Cash in Bank July 1, 1927 -
  Experiment Station
  Cash in Bank April 30, 1928
    Experiment Station*



1, 267. 02
  5,000.00
248,003.02



251,681.06
15,986.13
267, 667.19



   70.00  1,337.02
         _  5,000.00
42 s088.83 290,s991.s85



26,936.73
   254. 55
27, 191 . 28



278,617. 70
169 .2 40.
294,858. a:  



(19,664.17) 15,797.55  (31eL866.lC'y



                       (3,866. 6*

                       4,234.47

                          367, 85



Extension Division Income
  Federal Smith-Lever
  Federal Supplementary
  County and Other
                  Total

Expenditures
  Expense
  Excess of Expenditures
    over Income
  Excess of Expenditures
    over Income for the fis-
    cal year to date - Exten-
    sion Division
  Cash in Bank July 1, 1927 -
    Extension Division
  Cash in Bank April 30, 1928 -
    Extension Division



L52 ,241.30
45,100.93
1,093.55
l90 .435.78



78. 99
78.99



249,569.26 28J124.07



1 52,241.,''.1'
45,100.0v.
  1 1,72.54
  j1985514.77


277 693. 33



(51s133.48)(28 045.08)  (7178.56.);



                        (79,178. 56)

                          2,710 ,8

                        (79 ,467.67)



Summary
General Fund Income
  Trust Fund Income
  Experiment Station Income
  ETtension Division Income
                 Total



General Fund Expenditures
Trust Fund Expenditures
Experiment Sta. Expen.
Extension Div. Expen.
            Total



1,164,927.94.
    1,895.23
  248,003.02
  198,435.78
1X613a261.97

  874,807.12
      500.31
  267,667.19
  249,569.26
1,392,543.88



70, 598w 37
    308.88
42,988.83
     78.99
113 .975.07



103,195.92
     4&. 00
 278191. 28
 28 2124.07
 158,558.27



1 1235,5263:1.
     2,20411.
  290, 991. 85
  198,514.77
11727 .237.04



978,003.04
      547.31
  294,858.47
  277,693. 33
1,551,102.15




 











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Excess of Income over
  Expenditures
Excess of Receipts over
  Expenditures for General
  Ledger Accounts
Student Loan Fund - Notes
Excess of Receipts over Ex-
  penditures for the fiscal
  year to date - Combined
  Fund



220,718.09  (44,583.20)


22,529.45  (1o,. 473.21)
(1,652.03)    365.34



241;.595.51  (54,691907)



176, 134.89


12a 056 e 24
(1,286.69)



186. 904*.44



Excess of Receipts over Ex-
penditures for the fiscal
  year to date - Combined Fund
Cash in Bank and on hand July 1,
  1927   Combined Fund
Cash in, Bank and on hand April 30,
  1928 - Combined Fund



Abstract of item shown on Statement of Income
and Expenditures as "Excess of Receipts over
Expenditures for General Ledger Accounts,
$12 ,058i.24.11


                                 Debit

 Accounts Receivable



186,904.44

(60,818.63)

126,0850J81



Credit



26,099.96



Insurance Paid in Advance   1,890.30



Sundry Accounts



12.153,42

14,043.72



26,099.96

14,043.72

12,056.24




 






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     2. Prcsident's Report.   President McVey made a brief oral
report covering his recent discussion with the Carnegie Founda-
tion for the Advancement of Teaching, on retiring allowances,
and his visit to the General Education Board of New York City.
He indicated that the General Education Board of New York City
now has in process a report covering a study made of ninety-
nine public and orivate institutions in the  South.   He stated
that preliminary confidential statements on the report would
indicate that Kentucky will be placed among the highest of the
institutions of the South in graduate work in science.


     3. Resolution on the Death of Mr. Frank McKee. The follow-
ing resolution respecting the death of Mr. Frank McKee, a mem-
ber of the Board of Trustees, was offered and unanimously adopt-
ed:

          Whereas, We, the members of the Board of Trust-
     ees of the University of Kentucky, hav0 heard with
     deepest regret of the death of our friend and co-work-
     ery Mr. Frank McKce, and

          Whereas, For more than twelve years he had been
     an active member of the Board of Trustees of the Uni-
     versity of Kentucky, during which time he was untiring
     in his efforts and unsparing of his time and thought
     toward the advancement and upbuilding of the Universi-
     ty; always prompt to attend to his duties in the Board;
     kind and considerate of everyone, he ever won and held
     the confidence and esteem of his associates.

           Therefore, be is resolved, That in his death
      the University of Kentucky and we, the members of the
      Board of Truetees, personally, have suffered a severe
      loss and we realize that we shall miss his warm
      friendship, his interest and his energy in our coun-
      cils.

           Be it further resolved, That these resolutions
     be spread upon the minutes of the Board of Trustees,
     and that a copy thereof be sent to his wife and fam-
     ily as an expression of our sympathy fand esteem.





     4* Resolution on the Death of Judge Henry Barker.     The
following resolutions on the death of Judge Henry S. Barker,
former president of the University of Kentucky, were offered and
unanimously adopted:




 










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     The Board of Trustees and the University Senate
of the University of Kcntucky, on this, their first
regular meeting succeeding the death of Judge Henry
Stites Barker, former member of the Board of Trustees
and President of this Institution respectively, cov-
ering a combined period of seventeen years, desire to
place on permanent reccrd, expression of appreciation
of distinguished service rendered by this eminent
jurist to the Commonwealth through his long and hon-
orable connection with its chief institution of
learning in his various capacities.

     Judge Barkers whose lamentable death occurred
April 23, 1928, entered the service of this institu-
tion as member of its Board of Trustees in 1900 and
so continued to serve throughout a period of eleven
years,   This formative period of the institution's
history was a period fraught with problems that called
for constructive ability and vision, and by many has
been referred to as a crucial one in the fundamental
structure of what thereafter served as a basis of its
present forward looking higher educational program.
Judge Barker entered so wholeheartedly and with such
evidence of ability into the solution of those earlier
duties that on the occasion of the retirement of
the late President James K. Patterson, friends both
of the University and of himself requested him to
accept the offer of its presidency, to which request
he at first demurred but later acceded.

     Thereupon, Judge Barker, whose long occupancy
of the bench of the highest tribunal of the State,
had distinguished him as a jurist, entered upon
his new duties with enthusiasm and consecration and
remained head of this Institution until July, 1917,
when he retired and later returned to the bench
as judge of the common pleas branch of Jefferson
Circuit Court.

     The six years of President Barker's chief ex-
ecutivesbip of the University were years of intense
labor for its welfare and positive loyalty to the
best interests of the young men and women of the
State.   They were years of anxiety and self- sac-
rifice in which he disclosed, with unstinted prod-
igality, evidence of undeniable zeal for the educa-
tional well-being of the Commonwealth.




 










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         Among many virtues that distinguished Presi-
    dent Barker as an executive and a man, his marked
    courtesy toward his comrades, his well-balanced
    sense of justice, his comprehensive appraisal of
    the vicissitudes that beset the pathway of youth
    and his abiding sympathy with it, marked him as a
    convincing and kindly leader and a lovable friend.
    Of the traits all who knew him now bear willing
    testimony.

          Framers of t is brief and insufficient memo-
     rial to man and elecutive, make no pretense of at-
     tention to detail'as to the many perplexing problems
     with which he was confronted as president of this
     University, preferring to leave these to other and
     better qualified chroniclers; nor do they presume
     to attempt to outline here how admirably his diffi-
     culties were met and obstacles overcome, but suf-
     fice it here to resolve that this body does feel
     deeply his loss to the bar, the bench and the con-
     structive forces of the Commonwealth; and prefers
     here rather to acknowledge than to attempt, in this
     brief memorial, to record them.

          Be it resolved, therefore, that this expression
     of regpect and affection for our former leader,
     friend and comrade, and our appreciation of his worth
     and service to the state be spread upon the minutes
     of this-. body ,, and copies be sent to his bereaved
     family and the press.


     5. Site for the Training School Building.   A motion was
made, seconded             that the E~xecutive Committee be au-
thorized to acquire a site for the training school building
soon to be constructed for the use of the College of Education.


     6. Agreement with the General Education Board for Funds
for the Training School Building.   The following agreement
with the General Education Board. of New York City regarding
the gift of $150,O00 to apply on the erection of a Training
School building was executed:




 







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                      AGREEMENT
               GENERAL EDUCATION BOARD
                        and
              THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

No. 393
$150,000

     WHEREAS, The University of Kentucky, located at
Lexington, in the State of Kentucky (hereinafter re-
ferred t6 as the "University") desires to obtain the
sum of Three hundred thousand Dollars ($300,000) or
more for the construction and equipment of a demonstra-
tiom high school building, to be erected on the Univer-
sity campus, as set forth in correspondence, and

     WHEREAS, The University has formally requested
the General Education Board (hereinafter referred to
as the "Board") to assist in this undertaking,

     THEREFORE, in consideration of the endeavor of the
University to secure contributions and pledges by others
to the same fund, the Board hereby pledges to the Uni-
versity a sum not to exceed One hundred fifty thousand
Dollars ($150,000);

     PROVIDED, That the University shall secure on or
before July 1 1928, not less than Three hundred thou-
sand Dollars (iN300,000), including the pledge of the
Board, (the sum of *1i0,000 or more to be secured by
the University exclusive of the pledge of the Board,
being hereinafter referred to as "the supplemental sum")
in legally valid pledges payable in cash on or before
December 31, 1929;

     PROVIDED, That no legacies shall be counted
toward the fulfillment of the above condition.

     When the Board shall have received satisfactory
evidence that the condition of its pledge as to secur-
ing of pledges, as aforesaid, in the entire sum of
Three hundred thousand Dollars ($300,000), or more,
has been fulfilled, the Board will pay the amount
pledged by it as the construction and equipment of the
building proceed pro rata with the corresponding col-
lections in cash made by the University on or before
December 31, 1929, on account of the supplemental sum
herein required, as such collections shall be certified
to by the President and the Treasurer of the University.




 






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No. 393


     PROVIDED, That if the cost of the permanent im-
provements herein contemplate be less than Three hund-
red thousand Dollars (1300O,00o, the sum which the
Board may be called upon to pay under its pledge shall
be reduced proportionately.

     PROVIDED, Thaft as to any  remainder of the amount
hereby pledged not due and payable according to the
terms above prescribed by December 31, 1929, this pledge
shall be and become null and void.

     The University by the acceptance of this pledge,
agrees to comply with the conditions above set forth
on which this pledge is made and on which the payments
under it are to be made.

     This pledge is executed pursuant to a resolution
adopted by the Board on May 26-27, 1927.

     In Witness Whereof, the Board has caused this
pledge to be signed and its seal hereunto affixed by
its duly authorized executive officers this 16th day
of May, 1928.

                            GENERAL EDUCATION BOARD

                         By Wickliffe Rose
                                    President
(Seal)


Attest: N. N. Brierley
             Secretary


     The foregoing conditional pledge of the GENERAL
EDUCATION BOARD, NO. 393, dated May 16, 1928, is here-
by accepted by the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky located at Lexington, in the State of Ken-
tucky; and said Board of Trustees covenants and agrees
that if the te-rms of the pledge are complied with and
the money paid by the General Education Board, it will
faithfully perform the covenants on behalf of said in-
stitution contained in the pledge of the University of Kentuck4

     This acceptance is executed pursuant to a resolu-
tion of the Board of Trustees of




 







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   dated the 26th day of May, 1928.

        IN WITNESS WHEREOF thc BOARD OF TRUSTEES of
   University of Kentucky has caused this acceptance
   to be signed, and its seal hereunto affixed by its
   duly, authorized officers this 26th day of May, 1928.

                              BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF UNI-
                                VERSITY OF KENTUCKY

                              By Richard E. Stoll
                                 Vice-Chairman

    (Seal)

    Attest:

    Wellington Patrick
             Secretary



         7, Contract with Warner, MoCortack and Mitchell for
the Erection of the Training School Building.  Motion was
made, seconded and carried authorizing the Chairman of the
Executive Committee to executa~a contract with Warner, MoCor-
nack and Mitchell for the preparation of plans and the super-
vision of construction of a training school building.


        8. Erection of Men's Dormitories.   The following res-
olution regarding the construction of men's dormitories under
the recent act of the Legislature was offered, seconded and
adopted:

    BE IT RESOLVED:   That for the purpose of providing two
    new dormitories for men students of the University of
    Kentucky, the Chairman of the Executive Committee and
    the Secretary of this Board be, and they hereby are,
    upon receipt of payment in cash of a consideration there-
    for satisfactory to said Executive Committee, authorized
    and directed to execute, acknowledge and deliver a deed
    conveying a site for each of said dor-mitories, the site
    to be designated and defined by the Executive Cormiittce,
    with covenant of general warranty of title, to such per-
    son or corporation as will imiediately enter into a con-
    tract, to be approved by the Executive Committee, for
    the erection on each of said sites of a dormitory of
    a character and design and according to plans and




 








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spDecifications to be approved by said Executive Con-
mittee, and will irmnediately execute, acknowledge and
deliver to the University a lease, leasing each said
site together with the dormitory to be erected thercon,
for a terr. of one year from the time said building shall
be completed and ready for occupancy, with the right
and option in the University of Kentucky to extend the
tcrra of said lease for a term of one year from the ex-
-oir:-tion of the original term of said lease and for one
year from the term of each extended term thereof, until
the original term of said lease shall have been extended
for a total of twenty years, including the original term,
at a rental which, if paid for the original term and
each of the full number of years for which the term of
said lease may be extended, will amortize the total cost
of the site and of the erection of said dormitory and
appurtenances on each, which said rental shall be paid
at such times as may be provided by the Executive Commit-
tee, and said lease shall further provide that the Uni-
versity of Kentucky shall have   the right and option
at the expiration of the original or any extended term
thereof, to purchase said ]ased Dremises at a price
which shall be stated therein, and which shall be the
balance of the total cost of the site and of the erection
of said building and appurtenances not amortized by the
payment of rent theretofore made, said purchase price to
be paid at such times as the Executive Committee may
provide, and said lease shall contain a further provision
that in the event of the exercise of said option to our-
chase said leased pr2emises, or in the event said lease
shall have been extended for the full number of years
which it is agreed that the same may be extended, and all
rents and payments provided for therein have been made,
the lessor shall thereupon convey said premises to the
University in fee simple with covenants of general war-
ranty of title, and said lease shall provide that the
University shall, as additional rent for said leased
premises, pay all taxes assessed against said leased
premises, and the cost of insuring the building erect-
ed thereon against loss or damage by fire and windstorm
in such sum as may be provided by the Executive Committee.

     The President of the University and the Secretary
of this Board are hereby authorized and directed to
execute such lease for and on behalf of the University
of Kentucky; and their acts thereabout are hereby rati-
fied, approved and confirmed by this Board.




 






13.



    9. Library Building.   President McVey indicated to the
Board that there would be some surplus of funds saved on the in-
come of the University sufficient to make a beginning on the
erection of a library.  He indicated tha..t it was his desire
to have the library built in units and of such size when com-
plete as will house a million volumes.  Motion was made, second-
ed and carried authorizing the preparation of preliminary plans
for a unit of the library, the cost of such unit to be within
the limits of available funds.


     10. Sale of Smith Hall.  A communication was read from
the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity offering the University ?10,000
cash for Smith Hall. The matter was discussed and a motion
was made, seconded and carried referring the matter to the Pres-
ident and Business Agent with power to act,


     11. Budget of Alumni Association. On recommendation of
President McVey a motion was made, seconded and carried adding
$600 to the budget of the Alumni Association.


     12. Scholarship from the Outdoor Advertising Association
of Kentucky.  A communication from Dr. J. B. Miner, head of the
Psychology Department was read in which the Outdoor Advertising
Association of KentV.cky offered the University of Kentucky a
scholarship of $200;   The matter was discussed and a motion
made, seconded and carried authorizing the acceptance of the
scholarship.


     13, Candidates for Degrees.   On recommendation of the
President and the University Senate the following list of candi-
dat'es for degrees was presented to the Board and on motion duly
seconded the degrees recommended were authorized to be conferred.


                 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
                   Paul Prentice Boyd, Dean

         Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts

      Name                  Major Subject            Address

Eldred E. Adams             Arts-Law                 Adams
Pauline Adams               Art                      Detroit,Mich.
Georgia Elizabeth Alexander Ancient Languages        Lexington
Virginia Baker              English                  Dixon
May Margaret Bannon         English                  Louisville
Anne Eleanor Beggs          Romance Languages        Allegheny,Pa.
Stanley.Shaffer Black       Arts-Commerce            Barbourville
Mary Ruth Bland             History                  Logan, W.Va.




 







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Edyth C. Boughton
Virginia Allen Bradlcy
Robert Dillard Brooks
John Rice Bullock
William P. Burks
James Clay Burnette
Emily Catherine Carey
AKnn Beauchamp Carvill
Hazel Frances Champ
Lucille Clark
Elizobeth S. Clay
Pleasant J. Conkwright
Helen Loraine Connell
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John Kavanaugh Cox
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Laura C. Dishman
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Margaret McC. Elliott
Richard Gill Elliott
Edward E. Ericson
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Carroll Clark Fortson
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Ruth Pauline Fuller
Thomas Fuller Gabbard
Ann Woodson Gaither
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Mabel C. Graham
Howard Kenneth Gregory
Anna Campbell Gum
Ruth Victoria Hagyard
Ray Doniphan Hall
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Martha Butner Hunter
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3en Garr King
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James Bingham Kittrell
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Janet Frances Lalley
Dorothy C. Linville
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gladys Wilson McAdams
Harry V. McChesney
Ruth McDonald
Richard Irvine McIntosh
David Skillman McIntyre
Frances Nelson Maltby
Jean Vardell Martin
IMarie Louise Mason
James Abell Mills
Gayle Alexander Mohney
Iva Francys Morgan
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Betty White Munday
Marcus L. Napier
Theresa Clara Newhoff
Robert Mdurray Odear
Franxces D. Osborne
Robert Wilson Oster
Lily Parrish
Dorothy P. Pennebaker
Leonard Niel Plummer
Cyrus Aubrey Poole
Virginia Duncan Price
Joy Elizabeth Pride
Whayne Cravens Priest
Mdary Agnes Purnell
William Edward Rentz
Katherine McD. Riley
Alfred Parkhill Robertson
Frances De L. Robinson
Virginia Lee Robinson
Sadie Routenberg



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Cecilia E. Simpson
Jerry Weldon Simpson
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John Lee Williams
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Vera Alaphara Woodruff
Emma Lou Worten
Dee Worthington
Alice Chrisman Young



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Martha Frances Boling
Walter Brock Clark
Sidney Siler Goodwin
Clement Russell Jones,Jr.
James Stuart Kirkendall
Donald Temmar Mainhart
John Wilson Ottley
Guy Anderson Stone



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Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in
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Joseph Vincent Barton
Jar;es Albert Franceway
John D;7,vid Nantz
Gelu Stoeff Stamatoff
Ltu'her Barnett Turner
Frank Douglas WTalker



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