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· Freshmen entering the University for the first time are
required to report at the Men’s Gymnasium Thursday, Sept.
15, at 9:00 A. M. Those appearing at any later time will be
subject to the penalty for late registration.
` During this week the f1·eshmen will hear lectures on
important University customs and regulations, will meet
members of the faculty, and will become acquainted with
\ · the University campus and buildings. He will also take a
` number of tests for the purpose of enabling the University j
to advise him relative to his work. In short, the purpose
, of the week is to prepare each student, as far as possible
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  UNIVERSITY CALENDAR .................................................................................... 5  
{ SCHEDULE or ENTRANCE EXABIINATIONS ......,............................................. 5 it
* PART I. OFFICERS or ADDIINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTION .................... 7
3 Board of Trustees ........................,.............................,............. 9
Executive Ofiicers ...................................................................... 10
Officers of Instruction .......,.................................................... 14-26 A
College of Agriculture and Experiment Station Staff .... 27
Committees of the Senate ...................................................... 36 ·
PART II. GENERAL INFORMATION ......................................... - ................... 39
Grounds ..... . ...............................,.................................................. 41 '
Buildings .................................................................................. 41
Admission to Freshman Class .............................................. 42
Admission to Advanced Standing ........................................ 42
Basic Units Required by All Colleges .................................. 43
Fees .............................................................................................. 44
Marking System .....................................................,................ 45
Degrees ...........................................................................v...,........ 46
` Scholarship and Prizes ........,................................................... 47
Loan Funds .................................,...,.......................................... 47
Memorial Funds ............................................,........................... 47
V Organizations ....i....................................................................... 47
Biological Field Laboratory ........................,......................... 48
PART III. COLLEGES AND So1rooLs .............................................................. 51
COLLEGE OF Ams AND SCIENCES ................................................ 53
, Introductory Statement ...................................................... 53 '
Departments of Instruction .................................................... 60
COLLEGE or AGRICULTURE ..................................,....................... 115
Departments of Instruction ...................,....,...........,........... 118
COLLEGE or ENGINEERING .... L ...............,..................................... 130
COLLEGE or LAW ...i...i.............i................................................,... 155
COLLEGE or EDUCATION ..............................,............................... 161
COLLEGE or COMAIERCE ................................,i............................ 172 5
GRADUATE SCHOOL ...................................i.................................. 178
SUMMER SEss1oN ................................... ; .................................. 187
UNIVERSITY EXTENSION ......................,..................................... 188 1
PART IV. Degrees and Honors 1926-27 .................................................. 189
PART V. Alumni Association ..,............................................................... 207 _
PART VI. Register of Students ................................................................ 211  
INDEX .....................................,............................,.....r..................,...................... 273 ;
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August 20 Last date for application for ex-service privileges for  
first semester.  
7 September 13 Tuesday, Board of Trustees meets. }:
. ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS AND FRESHMAN REGISTRATION
Sept. 15, 16, 17 Thursday, Friday, Saturday. _
FIRST SEMESTER
§ Sept. 19, 20 Monday, Tuesday, registration for first semester. '
Sept. 19, 20 Payment of first quarter’s board in residence halls for
women.
Sept. 19, 20 Payment of first semester’s rent in dormitory for men.
September 26 Last date for making changes in registration or in the
schedule without payment of fee. _
September 30 Last date for registration for first semester without
special permission from the heads of the depart—
ments concerned.
October 3 Last date on which a student may enter an organized
class.
October 3 Last date on which a subject may be dropped without
a grade by permission of the dean.
9 October 20 Last date on which a student may withdraw and apply
for refund on matriculation fees,
Nocember 11 Friday, Armistice Day.
November 21 Monday, payment of second quarters board in the
; residence halls for women.
November 24 Thursday, Thanksgiving holiday.
December 13 Tuesday, Board of Trustees meets.
December 21 Wednesday noon, Christmas holiday begins.
December 31 Last date for application for ex-service privileges for
second semester.
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January 3 Tuesday, 8:00 a. m., Christmas holiday ends. `
` January 20, 28 Midyear examinations. _
SECOND SEMESTER
January 30 Monday, registration for second semester.
January 30 Payment of third quarters board in residence halls .
for women. §
January 30 Payment of second se1nester‘s rent in dormitory for j
men. {
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the schedule without payment of fee.
February 10 Last date for registration for second semester without
. special permission from the heads of departments
= , concerned.
k February 12 Last date on which a student may register in an or-
ganized class. `
February 12 Last date on which a subject may be dropped by the
dean without a grade.
‘ February 22 Wednesday, Washington’s Birthday.
February 29 Last date on which a student may withdraw and
apply for a refund on matriculation fees.
‘ April 2 Payment of fourth quarter’s board in residence halls
· for women.
April 3 Tuesday, Board of Trustees meets.
April 5 to 10 Thursday, 8:00 a. m. to Tuesday, 8:00 a. m., Easter
Holidays. K
` May 2, 3, 4, 5 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, High School
week.
‘ May 4 Friday, May Day.
\ · May 12 Last date for making application for ex-service privi-
leges for first term of the summer session.
MB? 14, 15 Monday, Tuesday, Senior examinations.
, M8? 18 Friday, Engineers’ Day.
l` May 24 to June 2 Final examinations.
1 COMMENCEMENT WEEK
May 26 Saturday, Board of Trustees meets. —
May 26 Saturday morning, Class Day. ‘
May 26 Saturday evening, Alumni Banquet.
May 27 Sunday, Baccalaureate Address.
May 28 Monday, Sixty-First Annual Commencement.
June 4-9 Junior Club Week.
June 11 Registration for first term of summer session.
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{_ 1. EX—OFF1CIO MEMBERS I
1 Wimmms J AsoN FIELDS, Governor
I · MCHENRY Rrioxns, State Superintendent
  “CLELL COLEMAN, Commissioner of Agriculture
I 2, FROM THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE
*1]. M. Fmcu, Helena Station, 1932
»R. J. BAssET·r, Leitchfield, 1923 .
. » H. M. FRoMAN, Ghent, 1930
I 3. MEMBERS AT LARGE
‘- —»RICH1\RD P. Eimsr, Covington, 1928
»·RoRER*r G. Goimox, Louisville, 1930
. RICHARD C. SToLL, Lexington, 1930 ‘
I L JAMES W. TURNER, Paintsville, 1932
I *W. J. WEEE, Mayfield, 1928
25 » Fiuxic IVICKEE, Versailles, 1932
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~· H0\\’i\RD P. Ixoms, New York City, 1928
I, Louis HILLENKIEYPZR, Lexington, 1930
J,. = E. B. WEBB, Lexington, 1932
OFFICERS OF THE BOARD
W11,E1AM Jixsox FIELDS, Chairman
Ricinxno C. Srou., Vice Chairman
1. WELL1NeroN Pivrxicx, Secretary
\ Join: Simix, Treasurer
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_ Rionixnn C. SroLL, Chairman
1 H. M. Fnomim 1
I Ronnnr G. Gonoox
McHENRy Riroxns
FRANK McKEE . X
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V OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT  
* , FRANK LER0Nn MOVEY, B. A., PH. D., LL. D., President ot the University ‘
k *THEBESA BUcHIeNANI, A. B., Secretary  
**JANE J. NICHOLS, Secretary  
MARGARET WILLIAMS, Stenographer .
. OFFICE OF THE BUSINESS AGENT ,
DAVID HOWVABD PEAK, A. M., Business Agent ,
C LINN HEMINGWAY MUCAIN, Accountant l
. MINNIE PHEBIGO, Order Clerk
_ MAREL IRENE LEWIS, Assistant Accountant
RUTH EARNEST, Voucher Clerk .
ANNE GORMLEY, Ledger Clerk .
MARGARET LEWIS, Cashier  
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR F
, EzRA L GILLIS, A. B., Registrar and Secretary of the Senate =
MAPLE MOORES, Secretary Q
\ ' HELEN HAYDEN STANLEY, B. S., Recorder .
\ BESSIE O. CLEVELAND, Clerk J
JANE EARLE MI¤DELToN, A. B., Clerk  
~ ELLEN Woon WILSON, A. B., Clerk ‘ I
` CURTIS BUEHLER, A. B., Clerk V
1 RUTH LEE, Stenographer
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COLUMBUS RUDOLPH MELUHER, A. M. S
*GEOHGE KAvANAUoH, A. B., Assistant _ . , .
, DEAN OF WOMEN  
SABAHQ GIBSON BLANDING, A. M. `
*RACHELLE SUHAUKLETTE, A. B., Secretary
**LAURA GILL HorrMAN
LIBRARIES
MARGARET ISADORA KING, A. B., University Librarian I.
— RUTH BRowN, Cataloger 1
PANSY MYERS, A. B., Assistant Cataloger 1
GRAUE LEE SN0noRAss, Librarian, Experiment Station  
CLARA WARLAND WHITE, Librarian, College of Law A
DAISY ALLEN TAYLoR, A. B., Assistant ‘
ABTIE LEE TAYLoR, Assistant `
ELIZABETH CHAPMAN, A. B., B. S., Reference Librarian
°Resigned May, 1927.
"Secretary beginning May, 1927.
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1 EDA M. G11.Es, Director of Residence Halls for Women YX
1 DoRA K. BERKLEY, Supervisor »
QZ Mus. B. T. MARTIN, Supervisor
• MRS. J. M. BROWN, Housekeeper ‘
I OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
1 M. J. CRUTCHER, B. M. E., Supt. ‘
H. A. HARPER, Assistant
LAURA SHAnE, Secretary
CLAUDE DICKERSON, Operating Engineer
· HARRY LTNDRERG, Gardener
; L. D. KITCHEN, Electrician
l; LoN D. Mo0RE, Custodian Men’s Gymnasium .
' SECRETARIAL AND CLERICAL STAFF
  MARIE DICKERSON, (Department of Vocational Teacher Training)
~ WYLLENA DUNCAN, (Oiiice of Dean of College of Arts and Sciences)
· EDITH LovE, (Department of Chemistry)
A NANCY B. BEN·m.EY, (Department of Mining)
  KATHERINE HUGHES LYON, (Department of Physical Education)
n I DAISY JORDAN, College of Education.
V STENOGRAPHIC BUREAU
1 MARY JOHNSTON, Head Stenographer. I
J·~ MABEI. T11AcKER ALLEN, Stenographer
S MYLDRED MoRR1s, A. B., Stenographer
1 UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA
Q Under the Supervision of the Home Economics Department .
LILY ELNoRA KoHL, M. S., Director
POST OFFICE ,
CARRIE BEAN, Postmaster V
r ETHEL SKINNER, Assistant Postmaster
1 UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE ‘
1 CARRIE BEAN, Manager -
E ELOISE WERE, Head Clerk {
i UNIVERSITY DISPENSARY  
1 JAIWIES E. Rnsrr, S. B., C. P. H., M. D., Director  
W. WALTER Zwrox, A. B., M. D. lj
T. D. RHOADS, A. B., M. D.  
D. STANToN Ross, B. S. ·
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Mmmm C. Loxc., Registered Nurse
` JANE SHACKELFORD, Technican
K ’ MARY Bivm TATE, Secretary 3
BUREAU OF ALUMNI AFFAIRS AND PUBLICITY  
RAYM0m1 Kimi, A. B., Secretary ___
*HELEN J. Osnoizma, A. B., Assistant I
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THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES  
, PAUL PRENTICE Boro, M. A., PII. D., Dean `
  IDIE LEE TURNER, B. S., Secretary
-,_ THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE '
1 TIIoMAs Pom COOPER, B. S. in Agr., Dean and Director
· GEORGE ROBERTS, B. Ped., M. S., Assistant Dean _
LEVI JAoI;soN HORLIKCIIER, M. S. in Agr., Assistant to the Dean
ESIELLA ZHEBDEN, A. B., Secretary
The College
Experiment Station
Agricultural Extension
Q. THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING I
I FREDERICK PAUL ANm·:RsoN, M. E., Dean
= WIIJLIALI EDWIN FREEMAN, A. B., E. E., Assistant Dean
ETIIEL JELLEY, Secretary
‘ THE COLLEGE OF LAW
' *CHARLES J. TcRcI<, A. M., LL. B., Dean
é IALvIN E. EVANS, M. A., PII. D., Dean
l *WILL\' KING, A. B., Secretary
THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION _
; WILLIXXBI SEPTIBIUS TAYLoR, A. l\I., Ph. D., Dean
4., *CELI.A TAYLOR, A. M., Secreta1·y
' **DORIS BRANAMAN, A. B., Secretary
I   THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE
, El)\\'ARl) WIPIST, A. M., Ph. D., Dean
1 MARYANN PREwI·rr YoUNo, A. B., Secretary
I THE GRADUATE SCHOOL (
I WILLIAM DELBERT FUNIRIi>cE ;
I THE SUMMER SESSION
WIIJiII\)[ SE1·TIMI·s TAY1.oR, A. M., Ph. D., Director
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" WEI.LINcIoN PATRICK, A. M., PII. D., Director  
LoI*Is CLIE'roN, A. B., Assistant University Extension I
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INSTRUCTION
‘ FRANK LEROND IWCVEY, B. A., PH. D., LL. D.
x * A President of the University
ADAMS, JESSE E., PH. D. ` Rosemont Gardens Z.
Professor of Education is
ADAMS, MARY, B. S. K
. Supervising Teacher in Home Economics Education
ADDAMS, ELIZABETH SHR01·sHmE Cynthiana
Instructor in Art ,
. ALLEN, R1c11AnD S., PH. D.
V Assistant P·rofessor in Anatomy and Physiology
ALLEN, VVILLIALI RAY, Pu. D. 417 Clifton Ave. ,1*
A Associate Professor of Zoology ,
ANDERSON, CxLAnLEs HERBERT "The Brit1ing"  
. Professor Engineering Design
ANDERSON, FREDERICK PAUL, M. E. 499 E. Main St. `
, Dean College of Engineering
\ _ ANDERSON, GRACE, A. B. 262 Kalmia. Ave.
Critic Te1I E., M. A. 165 Bell Court, W. p
Assistant Professor in German
. BLACK, Fonnsr R., M. A., LLB., PII. D. .
` _ Professor of Laio
V BLANDING, SARAII GIBSON, M. A. Richmond Road
ry Dean of Women, Assistant Professor of Political Science .
  BoLEs, STANLEY ATwooD, M. A. 404 Rose Lane A
3 Head of the Department of Physical Education, Director of Athletics
_ BOYD, PAUL PRENTICE, PII. D. 119 Waller Ave.
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Head of the Department of
Mathematics and Astronomy
BoYNToN, PAUL L., M. A., PII. D. 321 Clifton Ave.
" Associate Professor of Psychology
A BOZELIAN, VIRGINIA ANDEII_soN, B. S. 268 E. High St.
r Instructor in Mechanical Drawing
. *BRADLEY, EAIIIETT, M. A. 131 University Ave. -
` Instructor in English
‘ » BRADY, GEORGE KEYI~0RTS, PII. D. 105 N. Ashland Ave.
4. Associate Professor of English
` *BRATcIIER, EVART EIIIIITT, M. A. 932 S. Limestone St.
Instructor in Education
I BRAUER, ALFRED, M. A. 429 Aylesford P1.
` Assistant Professor in Zoology
BREND, WILLIIXBI HUG0 ' R. R. N0. 8, Stone Road
i ` Instructor in Practical Mechanics t
{ Bnowx, IVIARION C., M. A. 448 Clifton Ave.
» Instructor in Mathematics
at BRYANT, HERAIIXN B., Sgt. Inf. D. E. M. L. 165 S. Upper St. Q
· Instructor in Military Science
BUcKNER, GARRETT DAVIS, PII. D. 461 N. Limestone St. _
Research Chemist in the Experiment Station _Q
{ BULLARD, PEARLE RUBY, M. S. 203 State St.  
Assistant Professor of Home Economics E
BUREAU, ERNEST ADoLrIIE, PII. B., M. M. 201 State St. lg
Professor of Electrical Engineering  
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C.xu.1uAx, Axxa Wonrnixerox _ 611 Elsmere Park ~
Instructor in Art
’ i CANADY, Eimiarr Joux, A. B. - 334 Harrison Ave. 7
t Instructor in Mathematics  
CARREL, W1LL1AM Josiamr, C. E. 411 Linden Walk  
Professor of Structural Engineering *¢
, C1rALm.1;v, Lmmx, B. L. 1008 Fontaine Road
Professor of Law
Cimimisns, Wimux Wuimxerox, M. A. 16 State St.
. Instructor in Mathematics
. C11A1·ii.xx, Etizsnmii, A. B., B. S. 248 E. Maxwell
Reference Librarian
Currox, Louis, A. B. 405 Kentucky Ave.
Assistant Professor, Department of University Extension ¤
‘ Coornn, Tnoims Pon, B. S., Agr. Nicholasville, Pk.
Dean and Director of the College of Agriculture ,
*Cimwrom>, Anismzr Bvnox, M. A. 115 Graham Ave.
\ , Acting Principal of University High School  
Cnocsn, Cinxiznizs Sricvi-zxs, E. M. 137 Waller Ave. {
‘ Professor of Metallurgy Q
; Cizoxvmcu, Emv.am> Biuinow 118 Leader Ave.  
$ Instructor in Foundry -_
1 CIKUTCHER, Momma JULIAN 421 Rose St. i
1 Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds _ l
Dlxxrztmz, Lmmn LI\'INGSTON,`M. A. Nicholasville Pike  
Head of the Department of English, Professor of Philology »_
Davis, Brnxxcviirxno PAUL, Pu. B. 230 S. Limestone St. {
Instructor in English
D.xv1s, Joic Lim, M. A. 118 Victory Ave.
Instructor in English 4
Davis, Josizmr Momox, M. A. 340 Madison Place
Professor of Mathematics ’
Dizsiu, Er.1z.xmcTu C., R. N. Patterson Hall ’,A_
Resident Nurse · ’”K“{‘
- Dev, NIARY Sissox, M. S. 161 Bonnie Bare YQ
Instructor in Home Economies, Foods and Home Management  
Dream, Jonx B. 117 Washington Ave.  
Superintendent of Shops, Head of the Department of Practical L
Mecha nies t
Diuiucnsox, W. E., M. B. A., Pu. D.
Assistant Professor in Accounting , _
*R.L*Flg`ll('(l June, 1027.
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  Drmocx, WILLIAM Wnrmciz, B. Ar., D. V. M. 261 S. Hanover Ave  
~ Professor of Veterinary Science, Head of Department of Veterinary {E
Science in the Experiinent Station  
  Dowx1xG,_HAnoLn Hsraoasrr, B. C. E., S. M. _ 138 State St.
T Associate Professor of Mathematics, (ln charge of Astronomy)
2} Enmumnnr, Msrmsw Josrzru, Staff Sergeant Infantry, D. E. M. L., V
124 Transcript Ave.
Instructor i·n Military Science
i·Ei Finn, W1LLmM Gorzmsr., M. S. 253 Rodes Ave.
g Assistant Professor in Agricultural Economics and Farm Accounting
[ Frsmc, Eowann W. 162 E. High St.
  Instritctor in Art ‘
  Frerzmnm, W1L1.1.u1 Euwrx, A. B., E. E. 1020 Fincastle Rd.
  Assistant Dean of the College of Engineering, Head of the Department
°*= of Electrical Engineering
', Foxxuousmz, WII.LI;\BI D1—:r.n1;nr, M. A., Pu. D. 468 West Second St.
‘ Dean of the Graduate School, Professor of Zoology, Hear of Department
Grxtmoxrnn, Eow.xm> F., Warrant Officer, U. S. A. 228 Lexington Ave.
Instructor in Military Science
‘ GALLAWAY, \V1Lr.rA1r Fiuxcis, M. A. Preston Arms
Instructor in English {
y ‘ Gannon, H. G., B. S. in Educ. 256 E. High St.
:,:.9, Professor of Physical Education, Head Coach of Football
  *G,um, Nl2LI.11L A'1`¤\LINl·Z, M. A. 238 East Maxwell St. 5
v` Ts Assistant Professor in Home Economics
  \ Gsmrixx, Hanrusox, D. Sc. 638 S. Limestone St. _
  Professor of Entomology, Head of the Department of Entomology :_
K and Botany in Erperinient Station  
G.xL·r.r, L1·;1..xn Vsrcirx, B. S. 121 Washington Ave. i}
Assistant Chemist in Fertilizer g
I —·iI§Z`ll(*(i Xmwiinber. 1026.  
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GAY, ELIZABETH, A. B., M. A. 522 E. Main St.
~ Instructor in English
L' *GEORGE, JOHN J., M, A. 450 Oldham Ave.
Assistant Professor of History ).
GLLLIS, EZRA L, A. B. 110 Maxwelton Ct. ig
Registrar and Secretary of the Senate ’
· GLADDEN, SANFORD, A. B. >.
Part·Time Instructor in Physics L
Goon, EDWVIN STANTON, M. S. 1120 S. Limestone St.
` . Professor of Animal Industry, Chairman of Animal Industry Group ·
‘ GRAHAM`, JA1sI1~:s LARMoUR, M. A., Pn. D. 186 Forest Park Rd. t '_
Assistant Professor of Psychology
GRRIIAN, ENOCH BAcoN, A. B. 122 Desha Rd. _ \
V Professor of Journalism and Head of the Department
GRIFFIN, GERALD, A. B. A 146 Preston Ave.
Instructor in Journalism
` _ 'HAIIR, TIIoMAs N[ARS1IALI., M. S.
Instructor in Physics
\ HALL, ELLDRY L., A. B., M. A. 519 Oldham Ave. J.
Instructor in History . Y"
Q THABIMOND, C.xRsI1z, M. A. i
ll Assistant Professor of Agricultural Education `
i HANSEN, WILLIAM HONVIXRD, LL. B. 426 N. Broadway
Instructor in Physical Education -
HARRIS, WILLIAAI JnI·Dn1IsoN, B. S. in Agr. 127 University Ave.
Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry
HA\\'KINS, ROBERT DAwsoN, M. E. 816 Tremont Ave. · J
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering ,
HDALY, DANIEL Jos1;I·II, M. D., C. M. 158 E. Maxwell St. K
Professor of Agricultural Bacteriology, Bacteriologist in the Depart-
ment of Chemistry in the Experiment Station .
HILLDX, W1LLIl\)I Gnoncn, M. E. Preston Arms. Apts. ‘
Instructor in Drawing I ’
- HoDDs, Homer; Porrs, Col., Inf., D. O. L. 236 Clay Ave. `
Professor of Military Science, Head of the Department ‘
Homuas, HENIIY BERT, M. A. 344 Clifton Ave.
Instructor in Romance Languages ,
*HOOPER, Jon}: JULIAN, B. S., M. S. A. r.
Professor of Dairy Husbandry I
*RL‘SlgllQ(l June, 1027. `
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HOPKINS, MARIEL, B. S., M. S. Gazette Ave.  
Professor of Home Economics and Head of the Department ii
H0R1NE, Jomv SHERMAN, M. E. 252 E. Maxwell St.
4; Associate Professor of Drawing
Is HoRLAoHER, LEvI JACKSON, M. S. in Agr. 639 Maxwelton Ct. ·
Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry, Assistant to the Dean
)’ THORSFIELD, MARGARET BENNETT, M. A. 630 Maxwelton Ct. j
. Assistant Professor of Romance Languages
HUGHES, D. S., B. S.
S Graduate Assistant in Physics
` I Hman, JULIA LoU1sE, M. A. 336 Linden Walk
Professor of Home Economics Education
_ \ Jnivmxas, WALTER Wmsox, Pu. D. 459 Woodland Ave. _
Professor of Economics
JESNESS, OsoAR BERNARD, M. S. 121 Waller Ave.
Head of the Department of Markets and Rural Finance,
Professor of Marketing
~. JETT, CARTER COLEMAN, B. M. E. 306 Grosvenor Ave.
P Professor of Machine Design
gr JEWETT, Howlmn HERBITXN, M. A. 1
f Research Assistant Entomologist and Botanist in the Experiment
‘ r Station ‘
Jormsox, JAMES R1oIIAnn, B. M. E. 727 Central Ave. {
` Professor of Applied Mechanics
Joivns, J. C., PH. D. ‘ 540 Sayre Ave.
Professor of Political Science and Head of the Department
_ J JONES, T1IEoooRE ToLMA1v, M. A. Nicholasville Pike
Professor of Ancient Languages and Head of the Department `
“ . - JULIE, ERBIA E., A. B. 260 Rodes Ave:
" Graduate Assistant in Psychology
KARRAKER, PERRY ELMER, M. A. 336 Transylvania Park I
- I Associate Professor of Soils and Assistant Agronomist in the `
. Experiment Station
. KEASLER, JAMES LAWRENCE, Lt. 410 Kentucky Ave. i
· Assistant Professor of Military Science
KELLER, W. H., A. B. .
Instructor in Chemistry  
·" KEI.LEY, AENER WELLING'FON, M. A. 336 Transylvania Park j
' Instructor in English i  
4 KELLEY, JAMES Bynox, B. S. in M. E. and B. S. in A. E., Rutherford Apts.  
` Professor of Agricultural Engineering t
J TOn leave 1927-28.  
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Kixa, l\*IAno.x1m1· Islxnoxm, A. B. 225 S. Limestone St.
, I Librarian, Instructor in Library Science
\ Kmmzy, Emuexn J., B. Sc. Agr. _ 750 Rose St.
Professor of Farm Crops, Associate Agronomist, Experiment if
Station, Extension Specialist
*KmwAx, Anixrzrcr Dxxxrs, A. B. Rutherford Apts.
' Assistant Football Coach I {
Kxxonr, Guonau A., Warrant Ofiicer, U. S. A. 177 N. Broadway
\ Instructor in Military Science _
_ Kxrour, Gusxr C., A. M. 662 Maxwelton Court
I Associate Professor in English
Konr., L11.LY Enxonlx, M. S. 110 Maxwelton Ct.
Assistant Professor of Home Economics
· Korrivs, Orro Towxsxéxo, P11. D. 1427 Nicholasville Pike
Associate Professor of Physics ;
L.xm·1~;1rr, CARL ALBERT 348 Aylesford Place
\ _ Professor of Music, Head of the Department _
LA*r11u·;rc, C1.Ar1xo1or:, PH. D. 658 N. Broadway
3 Professor of Economics ,
TL1cSror1zc1cox, From. Euzkuizrir, A. M., Pu. D. 630 Maxwelton Ct.
Associate Professor of Mathematics I
Lioox, Moslcs Emv.~.1:1>, A. M.
Professor of Secondary Education, Principal of University
High School
Loxo, Mxxxna Boruxrs, R. N. Forest Park Road
Registered Nn¤rse in Hygiene Department
*L()\\'RY, Gum; B., A. B. 258 Market St.
Instructor in Art `
BICFARLAN, Aiarnrxz C1<.xx1·:, Pu. D. 400 Aylesford Place _
_ Professor of Geology, Head of the Department
l\lcF.x1z1..xx1>, F1:.xx1< T., Pu. D, 1230 W. High St.
Professor of Botany, Head of the Department V _‘
)ICIN'l`l~Yl£l€, Bl£R'l`IIl`S Bosrox, B. S. in Agr., M. S. 120 Suburban Ct. {
Assistant Professor of Botany A
l\IcIxrrm;, Rousox Drxtuxx, M. S. 327 S. Upper St.  
Associate Professor of Marketing and Salcsnzanship °
Mclixr, B, W.  
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McLAUc111.1x, IWIXRGUERITE, A. B. 226 E. Maxwell St.  
Assistant Professor of Journalisni Y`
*MCl¥[ULLEN, Lyxx BANKS, Pu. D. 720 E. High St.
if Professor of Education
lvIAJor<, FRED, A. B. V
Instructor in Physical Education, Coach Freshman Basketball,
' { Varsity Baseball, Assistant in Varsity Football
MANN, Fimxia 644 Euclid Ave.
_ Instructor i·n Physical Education, Athletic Trainer
l\lIAR'1`IN, Josisvu Homuzs, M. S. Agr. 129 Stete St.
Professor of Poultry Husbandry; In Charge of Poultry
Husbandry in the Etrperinzcnt Station
IWATHEWS, Cmimxcia WEXT\\'ORTII, B. S. Agr. 660 S. Limestone
Professor of Horticulture, Head of the Departntent of Horticulture
, in the Emperiinent Station
Msumn, Jonx, A. B.
Instructor in Physical Education, Coach in Freshman Football,
, ` Basketball and University Basketball
i, Mlxxsox, RA1.1¤11 Nm.soN, B. S., PII. D. 366 Transylvania Pk.
tj Professor of Inorganic Chemistry
' l\IAY, Auattsmfs Nosn, B. Ped. 655 Maxwelton Ct.
Professor of Industrial Education
_ l\I1=:Lc1II:n, C0LU1r1sUs RUl)OI.1’II, M. A. Nicholesville Pike »
Dean of Men, Professor of German Language and Literature, Head
I of the Department
· Migmwmiiicn, H. M.
Instructor in Architecture ,
M11.1.i2n, Amiivn MCQUISTON, M. A. 609 Maxwelton Ct.
Professor of Geology (Emeritus)
l\I11.r.s,_OT*r0, B. S. in Agr. 230 W. Maxwell St. '_
Instructor in.Educatio·n. '
‘ lvlixm, Jmugs Bmw, Pu. D. 114 Waller Ave.
_ Professor of Psychology, Head of Dcyartnzent I
B/.[1'1`CIIliI.I., Joux R