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 _- A   _=·   ' " CONTENTS.
  V University Calendar .............................................,...,__ _5
· . . _ ;·   V Schedule of Entrance Examinations ..............................._____ __7
·'   V — __ V Part I. Oihcers of Administration and Instruction .......... - ..._____ _ ____ 9
V- V V, " Board of Trustees ............._........e..................._ . ____ ll
‘ Z l . " Standing Committees of the Faculty ........,..........._____ ____12
- V · ‘V ' . , Administrative Ofiicers ............................._.....______ __13
·   · , ·' Officers of Instruction ...................................______ ___15
. _ · I Other oflicers ......,.........._.................._.. .. ....______ __24 I
V , ~ ‘ V Q_ · Part II. General Information ........................ . ..........____ _,__27 I
, _ ' , I, History and Equipment ,___.__...__...__...___._________________ 29 I
_4 ‘· 1 ll. Admission and Classification _.._._...............__.________ .__37 I
’ A. Admission to Freshman Class. .............__..,_______ ___31 ` I
  _ a. Admission by Examination .,.__..___...____________, ,33
`. . · Y Description of Entrance Units .........s......_.. , _____,, .39
‘_ . ‘ b. Admission by Certificate __........_.._._____________ _46 I
· Accredited Schools ..................._...._..,________ ___47
V A B. Admission to Advanced Standing .........________,______ ,,52
‘ » C. Special Students ......._........................,______ ...52
D. Graduate Students ..........s.................._____,___, .52 ·
HI. Residence and Graduation ..... . _....__..____.__.___________, ..64
I IV. Scholarships and Prizes __...__...________..__._______________. .60
V. Organizations and Student Activities .._...__....__._,_____f___ .65
Part III. Colleges and Schools .......................__._.________,___ .71
Organization ..,... .. .,..___._..______,_.._,_____,_____,________ -...73 ,
College of Arts and Science _,__________,____.,_____,________,s,_., .76 1
A. School of Arts _......_ .. ..c._.__..__...____,_____.._..... .81
1 4 B. School of Science .........._........_____.____,___.... ...96
. C. School of Chemistry _.__._ . .__..____,._____________..... 105
` D. School of Education ........_..._........__..,......... .111
College of Agriculture ......_....___..________.._________..._...... 115
A. Experiment Station ._.... . ..i._._...._..___..._........ .1111
B. School of Agriculture ___,__...._________________._... ...111
C. School of Home Economics .......__.... _ ....._.......... 111
· D. School of Extension ___.____...__ , .______________.... ..151 ‘
* College of Civil Engineering ________.._.__. _ ____.________e__...... .163
V · A. School of Civil Engineering ______..._.__.______._.... ...1111
‘ _ B. School of Highway Engineering ____...._.____...... -...111
College of Mechanical and ElectricaljfEngineering _________.___.. .. .... 111

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College of Mines and Metallurgy .......................____________ 195 · - ·
A. School of Mining Engineering ................._....__.. 205 .   ‘
B. School of Metallurgical Engineering ..._...._..._.___, --208 _ , V
~--—-~- 5 C, School Of EXtQnSi0n___ ______---..--——-··‘ '`''```”`''‘````   ` . V
______g 2 College of Law ......................................,............ 211 n'
_______ 2 Graduate School ................................................. 224 l` .. V
__ ____ H General University Departments ......1._.................._...___._ 236 · _
_____g 12 A. Department of Physical Education ...............,...... 236 . V
____ H13 _ B. Department of Military Science ........,................ 240 · ` N
__ ____ 15 Summer School ........r...........».,.....r...._................ 246 7 _.
______ 24 Part IV. Degrees and Honors, 1912-1913 ..........._...._......_.._., 255 ._ ` ·. '
___V__ 27 Pm V. Alumni Association ....._.................................... 267 · `  
______ 29 Part VI. Register of Students- . .................................._.... 261 _ _
______ 37 Directory of Officers .................................................. 310 n V - .
_____i 37 ‘ Index .............................................._................. 315 `
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 : UNIVERSITY CALENDAR. ` " ` _
1914 _ _ i
— September 11, 12, Friday, Saturday. Examinations for entrance. . ‘
September 14, 15, Monday, Tuesday. Examinations to remove ` A
[ conditions. _` _,
i September 14, 15, Monday, Tuesday. Registration. - V i
’ September 16. Wednesday. Instruction begun. . ` A
[ October 9. Friday. Alumni Reception to new . "  
3 students. · _
5 November 26. Thursday. Thanksgiving Day. No Uni- _ · ;· _ .
2, versity exercises. . ~‘   A
Q November 27. Friday. Alumnae Luncheon. n `
_ December 4. Friday. Barker Trophy. ‘ ` ` · '_
I December 5. Saturday. Association of Kentucky ' V
Colleges. , V
5 I December 8. Tuesday. Board of Trustees meets. ‘
2 £€§§ELb.i’§,?f" igiif i W§$§?Z‘2?§.i€€i“°“ Chmsms Helms- y .
9 1915. . -_
6 January 5. Tuesday. Instruction resumed. » A
- January 25 to 30. Monday to Saturday. Semester Examinations.
L February 1. Monday. Registration for second se-
— mester. ‘ .
February 2. Tuesday. Instruction begun.
E? February 5. Friday. First Annual "Post-Exam-
0 tion Jubilee." _
‘7 February 22. Monday. Washington’s Birthday.
$4 February 22. Monday. Barker Prize.
gl March 26. Friday. Patterson Literary Society
Contest.
é April 1. Thursday. Last day for receiving
theses for higher degrees. . ~
__ in Agriculture, and Arts · -
7 and Science.
[4 April 15. Thursday. Last day for contestants in
ZI Henry Crews Japanese
Z8 Society contest to file ` '
__ papers. . .
A ‘ April 23. Friday. Inspection Day. —

 ’   ’1`v.:` V ‘ I- 6**4 THE STATE UNIVERSITY.
D .   _‘ -;· _° April 23. Friday. Arbor Day.
  ‘ _ May 1. Saturday. Last day for receiving En-
_ _—   · - gineering Thesesfor high-
‘'`' · . ‘ er degrees.
.   _ May Bennett Prize.
h-   .4 s' `· May 31 to June 4. Monday to Friday. Second semester examina-
4- I` _ __   June 6. Sunday. Bgggglaureate Sermon.
· 1 _ _ ·` J une 8, Tuesday. Board of Trustees meets. Alg
- yi · ‘ ‘v V June 9 Wednesday. Class Day. Ast
· .` · , · June 9. Wednesday. Alumni Banquet.
. _ ‘ l June 10. Thursday. Forty-Eighth Annual Com- Bot
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1914. _ . li -
ring- FRIDAY SATURDAY   A
Sept. 11. Sept. 12.   I ,
CS. Alggbyg, _____ _ _________________________     M. 11- 1 P. M. i ri "
Astronomy ____________________________ 9-10 A. M. 8- 9 A. M. . `4  
gum- Botany _____________________________ ___10-1l A. M. 10-11 A. M. ` l   '
Chemistry _________________________. _-_11- 1 P. M. 9-11 A. M. _. 2  
Civics ................................. 8- 9 A- M. l I i
Drawing ......................... . .... EPIO A. M. ` I ` ~ _
English ________________________....... 11- 1 P. M. 11- 1 P. M. I i
French _________ _ ___A__________A_______ 11- 1 P. M. 11- 1 P. M.  
’ Geometry (Plane) ..................... 3- 5 P. M- 9-11 A. M. _ .
Geometry (Solid) ...................... 3- 5 P. M. 3- 5 P. M. A .
German _________________ _ ___________.. 3- 5 P. M. 3- 5 P. M. · `· _
I Greek ..__............................. 8-10 A. M. 8-10 A. M. `
History __________________________,.._. 9-11 A. M. 8- 9 A. M. A
History (American) ................... 9-10 A. M. 9-10 A. M.
Latin ____._,_,___________.______.__... 3- 5 P. M. 3- 5 P. M. l
i Manual Training .__. - ................. 3- 5 P. M. 3- 5 P. M.
Physical Geography ._................. 3- 5 P. M. 3- 5 P. M. .
Physics _______.,_.1__________.___..... 9-11 A. M. 9-11 A. M.
Physiology __._____ , ................... 9-10 A. M. $10 A. M.
I Trigonometry ......................... 9-11 A. M. 11- 1 P. M.
Zoology ._____.__,,,___________________ 3- 5 P. M. A
EXAMINATIONS FOR REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS. ‘
The regular Fall examinations for removal of conditions will be held
Monday and Tuesday, September 14th and 15th. After those clays a fee
of $1.00 will be required. ‘ ‘

 ·   · . · _ FEES.
- ,` ‘» . _ Each student will be required to pay an incidental fee of $15, which
" V , ‘ will be used in paying for material consumed and to aid in providing for
“ » ‘ ,_ ` · a commons where meals will be furnished to students at actual cost.
` , · Each of these students will be furnished with free admission to all
v_ public lectures given under the auspices of the Public Lecture Bureau,
: · ‘ _ #_ to medical advice from the resident physician, to the use of the Uni-
' , i _ versity hospital, and free admission to all athletic contests and exercises
‘ _ ` given under the auspices of the University Athletic Association. Non-
resident students will pay an additional fee of $5.00. Students entering
_ ‘ the second semester will pay one—half of the above fees.
l Students who hold county appointments and who occupy rooms in the
dormitories upon the campus, each pay a fee of $10.00, to cover use of
furniture, service of matron, service of janitor, medical inspection and
` benefits of the University hospital.
No student will be entitled to expenses of transportation for more
than one round trip to and from the University each year, and then only
upon the condition that he remains for the full period of the school year.
A diploma fee of $5.00 (in the Law College, $10.00) is charged.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES. ·  
OFFICERS. i   n ·
HON. JAMES B. MCCREARY, Chairman. .  
. WILLIAM T. LAFFERTY, Secretary. _ `
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. A 1- .,V I' .
CHARLES B. NICHOLS, Chairman.  
JOHNSON N. CAMDEN, CLAUDE B. TERRELL, 3 · .
THoMAs LEWIS EDELEN, RICHARD C. STOLL. `
EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS. I
HON. JAMES B. MCCREARY, Governor . ___._____..__ . _...._... Frankfort . -
HENRY S. BARKER, President of State University _.,____.._,. Lexington — 2 _
; BARKSDALE HAMLETT, Superintendent of Public Instruction ..Frankfort .
APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR. · ‘
Names and Addresses Z erm Expires 4
JAMES BRIEATHITT, Hopkinsville ,....__................... January, 1916
‘ THOMAS LEWIS EDELEN, Frankfort ._.._...L......_....... January, 1916
CHARLES B. NICHOLS, R. F. D., Lexington ............... January, 1916 _ I
JAMES K. PATTERSON, Lexington ..__.__.__..........._.. January, 1916
JAMES W. TURNER, Paintsville ......_................... January, 1916
ROBERT W. BROWN, Louisville ____ _ _ _____ _ __...___....... January, 1918
TIBBIS CARPENTER, Scottsville __..__...__...._... - ....... January, 1918 ·
WILLIAM H. Cox, Maysville _,....._...... . .............. January, 1918 ,
DENNY P. SMITH, Cadiz ____________,, _ __._______________ January, 1918 ` _
CLAUDE B. TERRELL, Bedford ............................ January, 1918
' JOHNSON N. CAMDEN, Versailles __.._____..____...._...._. January, 1920
RXCHARD C. STOLL, Lexington L_,_____________L._...L_.... January, 1920
LOUIS L. VVALKER, Lancaster _____,,._ - _.._. . _.._........ January, 1920 -
RICHARD N. WATHEN, Lebanon ______,______..____ UL,. ,L.. January, 1920 _ _
DR. A. GATLIEE, Williamsburg ____.____..,_......L....... January, 1920

 ‘  `I     U ‘   _ 12 THE STATE UNIVERSITY.
`'"' { · ‘ STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE FACULTY.
'.     " ° - Athletics. GILLIS, CURTIS, WEAVER.
'· I' __   Buildings and Grounds-University—Patters0n Hall. FRANKEL,
' _ ; I   GARMAN, LAFFERTY.
` L_   _ U- ` Calendar and Bulletins. BUYD, DANTZLER, GILLIS, WEAVER. F]
_ ._ h · ` Chapel Exercises. MELUHER, DAVIS, MATHEWS, GILBERT.
· '   I ' Commencement Exercises. MRS. STOUT, ANDERSON, LAEEERTY,
" - ` ._ ` · GULLION. C]
h V D Courses oi Study. DEANS OF THE COLLEGES, ANDERSON, Chairman.
  . » _ . Discipline. MATIIEWS, GULLION, H001=·ER, D. TERRELL, MAXSON. VV
' · l Q_ Entertainmen.ts»Non-Athletic. ZEIvIER0I>, HAMILTON, GULLION,
' · SWEENY. A
_ · Entrance and Accredited Relations. RHOADS, NOE, JONES.
Examinations and Daily Schedule. MELCHER, FREEMAN, BOYD, VR
DANTZLER.
· Graduate School. BIACKENZIE, CHALKLEY, FRANKEL, TUTHILL, Ji
TUTTLE. I
1,iIn·ary. G. TERRELL, TUTTLE, TUTIIILL, HAMILTON.
Military. GULLION, FREEMAN, MAXSUN, KILLEBREW.
' . Omlory and Debate. NOE, CHAKLEY, FARQUHAR, WEAVER. A
_ - Student Organizations. PRYOR, JONES, CARREL, EASTON, HAm1LT0N.
Student Publications. FARQUIIAR, ALLEN, B0IIANNAN, PENCE.
Student wemn-e. TIGERT, BRUMAGE, WEBB, REES, NULLAU.
Music. HAMILTON, ZEMBROD, SWEENY, MUTUIILER. ‘ ‘/V A
. The President iS ex-oflicio member of all committees.

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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS. ‘ _ ‘ ~
HENRY STITES BARKER, LL. D., President. ·
LNKEL, . - ,
DEANS OF COLLEGES. ` _
· FREDERICK PAUL ANDERSON, M.E., Dean of the College of Mechanical ·  
and Electrical Engineering, Director of the Experimental Engineer- ‘ _
FERTY ing Laboratories and Professor of Mechanical Engineering. `_ ` T. '
CHARLES JOSEPH NoRwooD, M.S., Dean of the College of Mines and P I l
,iym;m_ Metallurgy and Professor of Mining and Metallurgy. V n U I . A
SON. WALTER ELLSWORTH RowE, C.E., Dean of the College of Civil En- _
[_,L[()N, gineering and Professor of Civil Engineering. ‘
ARTHUR MCQUISTON MILLER, A.M., Dean of the College of Arts and V _ _.
Science and Professor of Geology. . ~_
BOYD, WILLIAM THORNTON., LAFFERTY, A.M., Dean of the College of Lew and ·
Professor of Law. V
ITHU-L. JOSEPH HOEING KASTLE, PH.D., Director of Experiment Station and ·_
Dean of the College of Agriculture.
DEAN OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL.
ALEXANDER ST. CLAIR MACKENZIE, M.A., LITT.D., LL.D., Dean of the
[ILT0N_ Graduate School and Professor of English and Comparative Lit-
W erature. .
DEAN OF WOMEN. ‘
‘ “/i ANNA JACKSON HAMILTON, M.A., Dean of Women and Associate Pro-
fessor of English.

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‘ ' · I GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS.
  Jo
I _- I, r' `· OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT.
1   _ A HENRY STITES BARKER, LL.D., President. JO
` _ ° V   ~ LILA BEATRICE TERRY, A.B., Assistant Secretary.
‘· ·' * ‘· . OFFICE OF THE BUSINESS AGENT. H‘
` _ I ·· K ‘_ · HYWEL DAVIES, Business Agent and Auditor. _
» P I i _ · . _*CALVIN BRICE LENAGHAN, Bookkeeper. ` FI
A JAMES B. LY0Ns, Cashier.
. I A . j · OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR.
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- EZRA L. GILLIS, A.B., Registrar.
LIZZIE LEE GRADDY, Assistant Registrar.
‘ KATHERINE W. OWENS, Secretary. A1
OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER. M
A WILLIAM T. LAFFERTY, A. M., Comptroller.
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OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF WOMEN. A
ANNA JACKSON HAMILTON, M.A., Dean. C,
_ THE UNIVERSITYVLIBRARY.
I MARGARET ISADORA KING, A.B., Librarian. A]
ELLA K. PORTER, B.L., A.B., Assistant Librarian.
EDWIN T. PROCTOR, Assistant Librarian. F}
'Deceased.
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· OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION. A ` . .
PROFESSORS. · .. "
HENRY STITES BARKER, LL. D., President ........ Maxwell Hall · ’ A
JOSEPH HOEING KASTLE, PH.D. ........ . . . .238 East Maxwell l`
Director of Experiment Station and Dean of the _` , »
College of Agriculture. » I _
JOSEPH WILLIAM PRYOR, M.D. ............ 261 N. Broadway _.  
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology.
HARRISON GARMAN, D.Sc.' ............... 638 S. Limestone _ -   V ·
Proyizssor of Entomology and Zoology, and Head of Department of , -‘  
Entomology and Botany in the Experiment Station. V ·
FREDERICK PAUL ANDERSON, M.E. ........ 147 Kentucky Ave. in Q ~ .
Dean ofthe College _of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering,
Erector of the Experimental Engineering Laboratories *_· _
and Professor of Mechanical Engineering. y
CLARENCE WENTWORTH MATHEWS, B.S. ...... 660 S. Limestone l ._ .
Professor of Horticulture and Head of the Department of . ~ ,
Horticulture in the Experiment Station. _
ARTHUR MCQUISTON MILLER, A. M. ......... 609 S. Limestone
Dean of the College of Arts and Science and Professor of Geology. I
MERRY LEWIS PENCE, M.S. ................ 364 Merino `
Professor of Physics, Head of the Department.
ALEXANDER ST. CLAIR MACKENZIE, M.A., LITT. D., LL.D. . 463 W. Sixth
Dean of the Graduate School, Professor of English and
‘ Comparative Literature, and Head of the Department.
CHARLES JOSEPH NORWOOD, M.S ......... 339 Aylesford Place.
Dean of the College of Mll‘H€S and Metallurgy and Professsor of .
Mining and llletallurgy.
ALFRED CHARLES ZEMHROD, M.A. .......... 456 West Fourth .
Professor of lllodern Languages, Head of the Department.
FRANKLIN ELLIOTT TUTTLE, M.A., PH.D. ...... 125 East Maxwell
Professor of Chemistry, Head of the Department. _
WALTER ELLSWORTH ROWE, B.S., C. E. ..... 347 Transylvania Park _ _
Dean of the College of Cl/oil Engineering and Projessor of
Civil Engineering.

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_· I * LEON KAUFMAN FRANKEL, M.E. .......... 324 Aylesford Place P,
" _,   `   Professor of Machine Design, Head of the Department of A
.' I . .' _ ` _ Machine Engineering.
    WILLIAM THORNTON LAFFERTY, A.M. ........ 418 East Maxwell ' L[NW(
    1 _ ? ‘ ~ Dean of the College of Law.
'· l _   IMRS. ROBERT LEE ST0UT\ ............... Frankfort, Ky,
‘ A ¥ _. " Physical Director of Women. DANH
l _   ,   l ` JOHN JULIAN H001>ER, M.S.A.. ............ 609 S. Limestone
· _ V . · Professor of Animal Husbandry, and Head of the Department of
‘ _ I ° · , Animal Husbandry (Dairy Cattle, Horses and Poultry) MGH}
4 l ,· I " I in the Experiment Station.
A A ° . I RALPH NELSON MAxS0N, B.S., PH.D .,..... 366 Transylvania Park 'FRAI
I Professor of Inorganic Chemistry. I
  v_ - 1 GEORGE ROBERTS, M.S ............. 340 Transylvania Park COLU
‘_ I ‘ Professor of Agronomy and Head of the Department of
· Agronomy in the Experiment Station. J
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. _ ’ THEODORE TOLMAN JONES, A.M .... . ...... 318 Aylesford Place pmfe
Professor of Latin, Head of the Department. TR
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GLANVILLE TERRELL, A.B., A.M., PH. D. ....... 609 S. Limestone pmfe
~ Professor of Greek, Head of the Department. CHAR
JAMES THOMAS COTTON N0E, A.M .......... 321 Linden Walk
Professor of Education, Head of the Department. HAR!
ALFRED MEREDITH PETER, D.Sc., F.A.A. ...... 268 East Maxwell
_ Professor of Soil Technology, and Head of the Department of MM,
“ Chemistry in the Experiment Station.
‘ C HENRY ERNEST CURTIS, M.S ..... . ........ 355 Linden Walk `Wm
Head of Fertilizer Department in the Experiment Station.
ROBERT MCDOWELL ALLEN, A.B., A.M. . . . ..... 421 West Third JOM
Head of Food and Drug Department in the Experiment Station.
_ JAMES OSCAR LABACII, M.S .... . .....,....,, Preston Inn PAH,
. Chief Chemist, Food and Drug Department in the
Experiment Station. &
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A _ Jos DAREIN TURNER, B.PED., LL.B .... . . . . 135 Washington Ave. log
Head of Feed Department in the Experiment Station.

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EDWIN STANTON GOOD, M.S. ....... . ....... Station Farm . `
ace Professor of Animal Husbandry, and Head of the Department of . ` _ _ .
Animal Husbandry. (Beef Cattle, Sheep and __ . .
Swine) in the Experiment Station. i` .
well ` Lmwoon ARNOLD BROWN, PHARM. D., PH.C., F.A.A .... 425 Trans. Park ~ v_ A
Drug Chemist, Food and Drug Department in the _ -
Ky Experiment Station. — ·· .
DANIEL JOSEPH HEALY, M. D., C.M ....... .. . . 530 Sayre Avenue _A ‘
_ Professor of Bacteriology, Bacteriologist, Department of —  
'(me Research in the Experiment Station. .
MCHENRY RHOADS, A.M., PH.M ........... .Nicho1asvil1e Pike _ ` Y. `
Professor of Secondary Education. · I  
wk *FRANK MACY SURFACE, PH.D ........... 634 Loudon Avenue   4
Professor of Biology, Department of Animal Husbandry, (Beef I ` ·
Cattle, Sheep and Swine), Experiment Station.
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ark CoI.UMDUs RUDOLPH MELCHER, A.M. ......... Hampton Court · ‘ ’
Professor of German. · `
JAMES EDWARD TUTHILL, PH.D. ........... .253 S. Limestone Q l _
lace Professor of History and Political Economy, Head of the Department. I
TROBERT CRAIG TERRELI., C._E. . . . . ......... Frankfort, Ky.
tone Professor of Rural and Highway Engineering, Head of the Department. ‘
CHARLES KERR .................... 658 N. Broadway ’
Valk Professor of Law.
HARRY DRAPER EASTON, B. S., E.M., . . . . . . . 430 Transylvania Park
well Professor of Mining Engineering. .
LYMAN CHALKLEY, LL.B. . ................ 148 E. Fifth
Professor of Law.
Valk 'WILLIAM EDWIN FREEMAN, A.B., E. E. ........ 555 N. Broadway
Professor of Electrical Engineering, Head of the Department. ,
bird JOHN JAMES TIGERT, B.A. (OXON) ........... 320 E. Maxwell ‘
° Professor of Philosophy and Education.
lm PAUL PRENTICE BOYD, M.A., PH. D., .... . . . T 326 Harrison Avenue
Professor of Mathematixs, Head of the Department. -
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..   3 -. Y' .ii JOSEPH MORTON DAVIS, A.M. . L .......... 340 Madison Place CH
  `   · ' ' Professor of Mathematics. 4
‘V ‘ ` ·' · _ , - THOMSON RIPLEY BRYANT, B.C.AGR. . ........ 221 Ashland Ave_ EL]
I   _ Head of Extension Department in the Experiment Station.
      . i_ V ‘ DANIEL VOIERS TERRELL, B.C.E ....... . .... 287 S. Limestone AL
‘. ' 4_ * Acting Professor of Rural and Highway Engineering.
A . 1 A ‘_.v A ALLENWYANT GULLION, A. B. . Commandanfs House, University Campus . MA
' - .' ‘ . ‘ I First Lieutenant, U. S.A., Commandant and Professor of
A ' ' ‘ `_ . Zllilitary Science and Tactics. g_ I
i.   l j_ - ALPHA BRUMAGE ................. 414 Aylesford Plaee
. U   . Professor of Physical Education, Head of the Department. WII
" . A FRED MU·rcHLER, PH.D. ......... . . . .   . .247 Rhodes Ave.
_ , Head of the Department 0] Farm Demonstration Work. CIN
  I ‘ A · WILLIAM SNYDER WEBB, M.S. ......... 363 Transylvania Park
`. » ` Professor of Physics.
I - Louis EDWARD NOLLAU, M.E ................ Bell Court . LU
. g ‘ Professor of Drawing, Head ofthe Department.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS. J SUI
. ‘ WILLIAM JOSEPH CARREL, B.S., C.E .... . ..... 371 Linden Walk HA
Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, Head of the Department '
Bridge Engineering.
= ANNA J. HAMILTON, A.M. . . . .. ..... . ...... Patterson Hall  
Dean of Women, Associate Professor of English. `
‘ . . JAMES RICHARD BUSH, A.B. ............. 248 Ashland Ave. ED
_ Associate Professor of Law.
I A GEoRGE WILLIAM VAUGHN, LL.B ......... 111 N. Ashland Ave. EA]
Associate Professor of Law.
•EDWAR.D FRANKLIN FARQUHAR, A.M .......... 629 Sayre Ave. KN
Associate Professor Q] English. ”
- ‘LEHRE LIVINGSTON DANTZLER, M.A. _._,,__, 124 East Maxwell _SA_
‘ Associate Professor of English. A
y .CHARLES D. BOHANNAN, A.B. ......,.., 412 Transylvania Park OL]
· Associate Professor of Education.

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Place _ ‘CHARLES PRESTON WEAVER, A.M. ......... 420 Woodland Ave. _ ·   ,
Associate Professor of English. `
lAve. ELIJAH LAYTHAM REES, C.E., M.A. ........... 726 East Main _ _ "
Associate Professor of Mathematics. . `
estone ALFRED HOLLY GILBERT, M.S ............ 609 S. Limestone _ l ·
Associate Professor of Botany. » ·· .
am Us _ MARY E. SWEENY, A.B., M. S., M.A ......,... 431 West Second 4 ·°
p Head of Department of Home Economics. —‘  
J. EMBRY ALLEN, A.B. .............. 365 Aylesford Place ‘ F.
P1 Associate Professor of Law. `   '
ace _ ~· ·_
WILLIAM ELMER NICHOLS, A.B., LL.B, ....... 217 Arlington Ave. · "
‘ Associate Professor of Law. i · · ` ‘
sAve. , ‘ -
CINCINNATUS DECATUR KILLEEREW, M.S ........ 287 S. Limestone `
Associate Professor of Physics. : -
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ASSISTANT PROFESSORS. · A
Court ·LLOYD CADIE DANIELS, PII.D ............. 437 West Second - i n _
Assistant Professor of Chemistry. ` ·
i SUE DOBYNS MOCANN, M.S. .............. 224 East High
Assistant Professor of Entomology and Zoology. I
“ Vialk . HAROLD HARDESTY DOWNING, B.C. E. ....... 158 North Ashland A »
um Assistant Professor of lllathematics
H H MARY LEGRAND DIDLAKE, M.S .............. 481 East Main
M H Assistant, Department of Entomology and Botany, Experiment Station. _
l A EDMUND J. KINNEY, B.S.AGR. . . . ......... 465 Ashland Ave.
V8` Assistant Projesser of Agronomy, Assistant Agronomist in the
Experiment Station.
d Ave` EARL DISSINGER, B.S. ................. 101 East High y
Assistant Professor of M1'n2Yng and llletallnrgy. `
9 Am KNOX JAMISON, B.S., A.M ................ 410 Rose Lane
Assistant Professor of History.
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Bxwe ‘SAXE DABNEY AVERITT, M.S ......l........ 481 East Main _
Chemist, Department of Chemistry in the Experiment Station.
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B Par OLIVER MARCH SIIEDD, M.S. ............. 348 Linden Walk .
Chemist, Department of Research in the Experiment Station.

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..   3 ·. `Y' { H0wELL DAVIS SPEARS, M. S. ....,........... 703 Rose BE:
  _ _   ‘ _ _» Chemist, Feed Department in the Experiment Station.
Y · · ·' . A _ V ERLE CLEVELAND VAUGHN, A. B. ......... 304 South Limestone
  Assistant, Department of Entomology and Botany in the Experiment HO
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i' A i `. ·· MARION REXFORD SCHNAITTER, A.B., LL. B. ..... 390 South Upper
V . ~ ·‘ _. - Assistant Professor of Latin. _HO
. 4 . ·' · _ y ROBERT HOOVER SPAHR, B. S., M.S. ,........ 390 South Upper
- _` . , Y Assistant Professor of Physics.
._ _- · `_ I · AUEYN CmNN, A.B. ...o..........,.. 441 West Second , wr
- ` _ · ‘ Assistant Professor of Home Economics.
4 - ` , ` - JAMES AARON FARRA, B.S. ,............. Hampton Court
` T Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering. JA)
_- ‘ , A RUDOLF ERNEST KNAPP, B.S. . .,.......... 609 S. Limestone AS‘
`- . r ‘ . Assistant Professor of Bacteriology. GA
'· V ‘ S RUBY M1L1>RED BUCKMAN, A.B., B.S.. ...,.... 239 S. Limestone
Assistant Professor of Household Arts. J
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‘ T — ·RoBERT GRAHAM, B. S.AGR., D.V.M .......... 239 S. Limestone
Assistant Professor of Veterinary Science, and in Charge of Hog
Cholera Serum Production in the Experiment Station. H
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` SADOCIE CONNELLEE JONES, M. S. ............ 327 S. Upper
Assistant Professor 0f Soil Physics, Soil Survey,
Experiment Station. Wl
YVILLIAM DURRETT NICHOLLS, B. S. . . . . Seovell P1aee—Station Farm ,48,
_ Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry, Assistant in A
- Dairying in the Experiment Station.
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` `WILLIAM HENRY TOWNSEND, LL.B .......... 224 East High St.
Assistant Professor of Law.
_WILLlAM RODES, M.S ..........,.,..... 226 Rodes Ave. Fg
Assistant Chemist, Fertilizer Department   the Experiment Station.
. JOHN WILLIAM MCFARLIN, B.S. . ............ Franklin, Ky· FR
- Chief Food Inspector, Food and Drug Department in the
Experiment Station.
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. BEN.1A1v11N DUNEAR WyLsoN, B.S. ....... Versailles Pike, R. R. Z ‘ Z
Assistant Chemist, Fertilizer Department in the Experiment Station.

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Rose BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SCHERFFIUS, B.S.AGR ...... 227 East Maxwell _P `
Assistant in Tobacco Investigations, U. S. Department _ · ~ · A
of Agriculture. . _ *
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intent HOWARD HERMAN J EWETT, M.A .............. 389 S. Upper ‘ 4 ' -
Research Assistant, Department of Entomology and Botany  
Jpper in the Experiment Station. .~ M , A I
.HOLLY RAY N1sw0NGER, M.A. .........,... 550 East Main ‘ - _ .
Jpper Assistant in Field Work and Nursery Inspection, Department _  
of Entomology and Botany in the Experiment Station.
econd V WALTER RED1vl0N PINNELL, M.D . ..,.. Scovell P1ace—Station Farm ·   _ -
Bacteriologist, Food and Drug Department in the .    
Colm Experiment Station. _ U ` A