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I SUMMER SESSIUN, 1940
_S First Term: fuue 12 t0   20
, Second Term: [uty 22 ta August 24
  Published monthly, January to September inclusive, by the University
A ot Kentucky, Lexington. Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Post Office,
slr Lexington, Ky., under the Act of July 16, 1894
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EIementary——_]unc I4 to _]uIy I9
High Sch00I——_]unc I0 to july 26 I

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  Second Term: ]u1y 22 to August 24  
   
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Accredited ..............................,. 21 College of Agriculture. 34
Admission .........,...................... 26 College of Arts and
Beauties of the Blue Grass. 21 Sciences ........................ 32
Calendar (Important Dates) 5 College of Commerce .... 39
Courses .................................... 25 College of Education .... 36
Designation of Courses ........ 28 College of Engineering. 35
Directed Teacliing.24, 64, 66, 67 College of Law ......,....._. 36
Elementary School ....»....i...... 24 The Graduate School .... 39
Extra—Curricular Events ....,. 3 Room and Board ____________________ 29
Faculty ....................................V. 7
Fees .,........................................ 28 Schedule of Lectures and
General Information ............ 21 Recitations;
High S¢¤9>¤1 --; --·---·---·---·-··-··-—·- 24 Explanations and
Late Registration .................. 29 Abbiovioiioiis ____________ 41
L€¤g€h Of SQSSIOH ------·~-------- 20 College oriagricuiture 59, 82
M3·¥`kmg System;-; -·-------— _ ------- 2 9 College of Arts and
1 Officers of Administration. 6 Soioiioos __________________ 45 71
I Officers of Summer Session 6 Coiiogo oi Commoioo 68; 87
P1=¤¢¤m€¤t S€YV1_c€ --·--------····- 2% College of Education 62, 83
‘ Planned. For \'\ihoni .............. 25 Coiiogo oi Eiigiiiooin
K Recreational Activities.24, 55, 79 ing ____________________________ 61, 83
i Rsfiwds --·-·-·-···· ; ····--···-·-···-····--· 28 College of Law ....__.... 62, 83 `
· Residence Requirements for _
· Graduation __________________________ 31 Social Lite .............................. 22
~ Student Load .......................... 28 1
  Requirements for Student Union Building ........ 22
‘ Graduation: Summer Session .................. 21 ‘
` GBH€1'&l ............................ 31 University School ......,....,,.,... 24
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EXTRA-CURRICULAR EVENTS FOR 1940 SUMMER
SESSION
The University believes that an important phase ot the student’s
training in the Summer Session is the stimulation and culture received `
from a well arranged extra-curricular program. The following schedule
of events for this coming summer has been arranged.
Tl1e schedule as given here is subject to revision and in some `
instances is not yet complete. ¤
FIRST TERM
JUNE '
Thursday 20, 9:50 a. n1. Convocation, Memorial Hall, Presi- ,
dent Frank L. McVey, speaker
Thursday 20, 7:30 p. m. Faculty Reception for students ~
Saturday 22, 9:00-12:00 p. m. Dance and Bridge Party, Student i
Union Building 5
Thursday 27, 7:00 p. m. Band Concert, Amphitheatre, F
Charles V. Magurean, director {
Friday 28, 8:25 a. m. Convocation, Memorial Hall, New 5
English Players  
Saturday 29, 9:00-12:00 p.1n. Dance and Bridge Party, Student `
Union Building ;
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Tuesday 2, 4:00 p.m. Blue Grass Tour  
Thursday 4 Holiday  
Thursday 11, 7:00 p. m. Band Concert, Amphitheatre,  
Charles V. Magurean, director ;
Saturday 13, 9:00-12:00 p.m. Dance and Bridge Party, Student `
- Union Building g
Monday 15, 11:15 a. m. Convocation, Memorial Hall, {
Bob Jones, Jr., presenting i
Shakespearean characterizations ‘
Thursday 18, 7:00 p. m. Band Concert, Amphitheatre,  
· Charles V. Magurean, director {
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SECOND TERM  
Thursday 25, 8:00 p. m. Little Symphony Concert, Memorial  
Hall, Professor Alexander l
Q Capurso, director  
1 Friday 26, 9:50 a. m. Convocation, Memorial Hall 3
Saturday 27, 9:00-12:00 p. m. Dance and Bridge Party, Student X
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Thursday 1, 8:00 p.m Little Symphony Concert, Memorial
Hall, Professor Alexander
Capurso, director
Tuesday 6, 11:05 a.m. Convocation, Memorial Hall, A
i John B. Ratto,
humorist and impersonator
Thursday 8, 8:00 p. m. Little Symphony Concert, Memorial ·
· Hall, Professor Alexander
Capurso, director .
Thursday 15, 8:00 p. m Little Symphony Concert, Memorial
Hall, Professor Alexander
j Capurso, director
Q Thursday 22, 7:00 p. m. Commencement Dinner
Friday 23, 3:00-4:30 p.m. Reception for graduates
  Friday 23, 7:00 p.m Commencement, Amphitheatre
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SUMMER SESSION CALENDAR
Monday June 17 Registration for 1irst term.
Tuesday June 18 Classes begin.
Monday June 24 Last date upon which a student may
register for credit for the first term’s
work.
\Vednesday June 26 Last date upon which a student may be
dropped without a grade.
Friday June 28 Faculty meeting in McVey Hall, Room 111.
Thursday July 4 Holiday.
Saturday July 6 Last date upon which a student may with-
draw and receive a refund on matricu-
lation fee for the first term.
Saturday July 20 Examinations for the first term. _
Monday July 22 Registration for second term.
Tuesday July 23 Classes begin. °
Thursday July 25 Last date upon which a student may , 
register for credit for the second term’s `
work. ,§
, Wednesday July 31 Last date upon which a student may be  
, dropped without a grade. ;°
i Friday Aug. 9 Faculty meeting in McVey Hall, Room 111. ,
I Saturday Aug. 10 Last date upon which a student may with-
draw and receive a refund on matricu- `L
lation fee for the second term. .
Friday Aug. 23 Commencement. A `;
Saturday Aug. 24 Examinations for second term. Q
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 ` OFFICERS OF THE SUMMER SESSION
Fmxrc Lrzuoxn McVr:Y, Ph. D., LL. D,. President.
Jrzssn E. Annnrs, Ph. D., Director of the Summer Session.
` Emu Kim: Bossic. A. B., Secretary to the Director.
I BILLY \V}II'l`l.O\\'. A. B., Secretary of the Summer Session.
L OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION
` FRANK Liznoxn M<:V1~:Y, Ph. D., LL. D., President.
` PAUL Pmzxrrcm Born, Ph. D., Dean, College of Arts and Sciences.
Tnoxms Por; Cooricn, B. S. in Agr., Dean, College of Agriculture.
Jnxms Hmur Gl(;\}{.\}l, C. E.. Dean, College of Engineering.
ALv1x E. Exzxxs, J. D., Dean. College of Law.
YVILLIAM S. T.xYr.ou, Ph. D., Dean, College of Education.
Enwixiw \V1r:sT, Ph. D,. Dean. College of Commerce.
\V]LLI.\)l Dl·]l,l§l~Z!(T` Fl'Nl{ll(lI'Sl*1I{. Ph. D., Dean, Graduate School.
D.\\'II] Hownim P1;.x1<, M. A., Business Agent. `
} Liao M. C1rA1r1sr;iu..x1x, Ph. D., Registrar. l
SAn.xn Bmxxiarr Homuas, A. B., Dean of Women in the Summer Session. ~
T}Il·)()I)()I{l·] 'I`o1.n.xx Joxics, Ph. D., Dean of Men. I
~ l\iI.·.irnY J. Ciutroniaic, B. M. E., Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.
Loris Cmrrox, M. A., Director of University Extension.
MAno.xmc·1 IS.\I)()l{I·} Krxo, A. B., Librarian.
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FACULTY
Aimms, Es*rm.LE, M. A.
Second Grade, University School »
Amxrs, Jmssm EARL, Ph. D.  
Professor of Philosophy of Ezlucalion; Hcarl of the Department;  
Director of the Szlnimcr Session 1
ALLEN, Rxmitxmi S\\'I*}IG'l`N;\M, M. S.
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology; Ilcarl of thc licprlrtmenl
Anmsx, RU1·1m.Us Hmmxsox, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Lanrl Economics
Aitmcx, VVrr.r.mM RAY, Ph. D.  
Professor of Zoology  
A.l.[.'l`()N, Dox.x1.1> VV., M. M.  
Instructor in Music  
Awmisox, G1N, M. A.  
Instructor in Agricultural Erlilcrliion  
Asmcn, Esrox J,xc1m,L Evmrcmvii, M. B. A., C. P. A.  
Assistant Professor of Accounting `
Bmxm, Rum, M. S.  
Fourth Grade, University School
Bicmnm, Momus W11.soN, M. S. ~_
Associate Professor of Metallurgical Engineering
Bmxxm, KONILAIT, Dr. Jur., Ph. D.
Instructor in Economics .
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Professor of Soc·iology; Head of the Department 2
` BETZ, LESLIE, M. A.
Commercial Subjects, University School
BIGGE, ADOLPH E., Ph. D.
` Professor of German; Head of the Department
BLANDING, SARAH Gr1:LmY Hom}, A. M.  
Visiting Lecturer in Education; Executive Secretary of the Q
American Vocational Association, Washington, D. O. {
DmM1c1<, GnA11A1x1 B., Ph. D.  
Associate Professor of Psychology ‘
Drmocx, VV11.1.rA1xr \VALLAcE, D. V. M. t
Professor of Veterinary Science; Head, Department of Animal V
Pathology, Experiment Station Y
Do*1·soN, J011N A., M. A. {
Visiting Lecturer in Education; Principal of Benham School, i
Benham, Kentucky ’
DOWNING, HAROLD HARDESTY, Ph. D. _
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy
DuNcAN, MAY K., M. A. `
Associate Professor of Elementary Education; Head of the ‘
Department V
Dumas, J, I·IUN·rLEY, Ph. D.  
Professor of History
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DURST, PEARL, B. S. in L. S.  
Visiting Instructor in Library Science; Librarian., Shady Side ‘
Academy, Pittsburgh, Pa. ,
EBLEN, Amos HALL, S. J. D.
Professor of Law
ELL10’m·, Nomus RAYMOND, B. S.
Professor of Landscape Architecture and Floriculture; Field Agent
, in Horticulture, Agricultural E.i·tension Division. ,
ELY, FORDYCE, Ph. D.
, Professor of Dairy Husbandry: in charge of Dairying, Eairperiment
Station
ENIILATH, PIII:LII· CASSILY, E. M.
Associate Professor of Mining Engineering
ENo1=:LII.moI, NICI{OI,I\US Loms, Ph. D.
Visiting Lecturer in. Education; .Issociate Director of the Division
Q of Field Studies; Head of the Department of Advanced Profes-
sional Education., Teachers College, Columbia University
E’I·II1zLL, ENIILY, M. A. in L. S.
j Visiting Instructor in Library Science; Librarian, Lyons Township 1
` High School and Junior College. Lagrange. Ill.
EVANS, AI.\`IN E., Ph. D., J. D.  
A Dean, College of Laio ‘
Ev.~.Ns, Geoncm L., B.A.  
Visiting Lecturer in Education.; Director, Division of School i
Finance, Department of Education, Frankfort. Kentucky
F.xkqI‘IIAI<, Enw.xI:I1 F1€;\N1{I,IN, M. A.
Professor of Literature  
i F1~;n’II<;, JOIIN W., Ph. D.
Visiting Lecturer in Hygiene and Public Health; Johns Hopkins
l,'nirersity, School of Hygiene and Public Health
FIu;I;sI.xN, WII.I.I.uI EDWIN, E. E.
Head of the Department of Electrical Engineering; Assistant Dean,
College of Engineering
A FO\\'I.ER, L. C., M. A. `
Visiting Instructor in Commerce; Instructor in Commerce. Murray 5
State Teachers College  
FcN1, A. B., LL. B. 1
1 Visiting Instructor in Education; Director of Highway Patrol for .
I Kentucky I
ii HAUGEN, RUTII, M. A. i
  Assistant Professor of Social Work
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HAUN, Ronmvr D., M. A., C. P. A.  
Professor of Accounting f
HAwK1Ns, Ronmw DAws0N, M. E. V
Professor of Applied Mechanics
Hmmz, Wrnmm AUGUST, M. S.
Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health
HILL, Hmmy H.&RRINGTON, Ph. D. `
Lecturer in Education }
. Homms, J0uN SHERMAN, M. E.
Associate Professor of Engineering Drawing
HOI{LAC11ER, Lmvr Jtxcxsox, M. S.
Professor of Animal Husbandry; Assistant Dean in Resident Teach-
ing, College of Agriculture
i Hcnumssrox, Jcsmur J., M. A. ’
i Instructor in Phys·ical Education .
Jscomcs, R. E., Ph. D. Q Q
I Visiting Lecturer in Education; Director, Division of Teacher
j Training and Certification, State Department of Education, Q `
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. Jmxxmcs, WAL·1·1zn W1Ls0N, Ph. D.    
Professor of Economics  
JOHN, Fnrrz, Ph. D. ,
I Associate Professor of Mathematics  
1 Joxns, T!II·]()I)()IlE TOL]\iAN, Ph. D. `
Dean of Men; Professor of Ancient Languages; Head of the
Department
  I{Ann.x1;1z1a, Pmmy Ehxum, M. A.
‘ Professor of Soils; Agronomist in Soil Technology, Experiment ?
’ Station `
Iitucsxmn, 1`IIL0 G., M. A.
Instructor in Physical Education
  Iimirm, J. L., M. S.
y Chemistry and Mathematics, University School
‘ Km.r.m*, Jtxmzs Byuox, B. S. in A. E., B. S. in M. E.
» Professor of Agricultural Engineering
I{1·;M1>m, DU1m1N C., M. A.
Science, University School i
Km‘cuU1r, M,x1csH.xLL D., Ph. D.
Assistant Professor of Economics
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  KINNEY, Emx1UND J., B. S. ` 
V Professor of Farm Crops; Agronomist in charge of Tobacco and g
Cereal In ivcstigation, Experiment Station S.
K1m<1·.xT1z.1e1c, Lum, M. A. {
Visiting Lecturer in Education; Superintendent of Schools, Paris,
Kentucky ¤,
Kmwtmz, ALIIERT D., A. B.
{ Professor in Department of Athletics; Head Football Coach
L KNAPP, C11.xm.Es Micnmmm, Ph. D. »
Professor of History
I{Nm1u·, Gimwu Coc1mAN, M. A. A
Professor of English
I(U1'1’.[US, OTT0 Towxsmm, Ph. D
Professor of Physics y
U KL'Il’EI{, Joxm, M. A. ·
` Professor of Philosophy; Head of the Department
A i L.·\I\lP1£lL'l`, CAM. Al.lll£l{'l‘, B. M.
~ Professor of Mu.si,c,· Head of the Department i
i   Lururtciz, CLA11:01, M. A., LL. D. g
Professor of Secondary Education; Head of the Department  
Linus, Ptuumn, M. A. E
Instructor in Commerce  
Lmnuuc, IVIILDRED I, FRANK T., Ph. D. "
Professor of Botany, Head of the Department  
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Associate Professor of Botany
MCINTYILE, R0Bs0N DUNCAN, M. S. in Commerce
Professor of Marketing and Salesmanship
. MCLAUGHLIN, IWARGUERITE, A. B.
; Assistant Professor of Journalism
, HIAGUREAN, CIIARLES V., M. M. i
Instructor in Music R
IVIANNING, J OHN `VALKER, Ph. D.
— Professor of Political Science; Director, Bureau of Government
Research
MARTIN, J AMES W., M. A.
Professor of Economics; Director, Bureau of Business Research
Mssow, LELA W., M. A.
Instructor in Music and Education
IWAY, Aucvsrcs N0AI»I, B. S. i
Professor of Industrial Education; Head of the Department ,
  AIEECE, LE0>:AIm E., Ph. D.
` Assistant, Bureau of School Service ·
` ZWEYER, A. J., B. S. in M. E.   4
Professor of Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering
IYIEYER, M. C., A. B.
Instructor in Zoology
AIILLER, FANNIE HERIIAN, M. A. `
Speech and Drarnatics, University School  
; MIIcIIELL, Junx RICIIAIID, A. B.  
' Assistant Professor of Chemistry
, MI'rcI1EI.I., J0IIN S*I·,u>I·, M. A.
Mathematics, University School
MOI,I,0Y, J E.·.NEIII:, M. A. ,
Fifth Grade, University School
  NIONTGOMEILY, M;\ILY KING, M. A.
. Instructor in Physical Education
V MOOBE, HENRY B., M. B. A.
" Associate Professor of Economics
MOKELAND, R0Y, J. D.
. Professor of Law
NIORRISON, HENICY BARTLETT, M. S.
Assistant Professor of Dairying; Assistant in Dairying, Experiment ,
Station "
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MUSTARD, HARRY S., M. D  
Visiting Lecturer in Hygiene and Public Health; Professor of
Health Administration, School of Medicine, New York Uni- i
versity
NEBLETT, P, H. ,
Visiting Lecturer in Education; Director, Division of Free Text-
books, State Department of Education, Frankfort, Kentucky V
i NELSON, VINCENT E., A. B.  
Assistant Professor of Geology  
Nmwnuny, EDVVARD, M. A
Assistant Professor of Psychology .
NIcII0LLs, WILLIAM DURRILTT, Ph. D.
Professor of Farm Management; Head, Department of Farm
. Economics Y
NIC1I<)I,S, Homme XV., M. A . ·
Visiting Lecturer in Education; Director of Division of Special ~
Education, Department of Education, Frankfort, Kentucky I.
N1c1I01.s, NIAIlGARE'1‘ J., A. B., R.N.  
Instructor in Public Health Nursing  
NucI<0Ls, SAMUEL, M. A. iz
Instructor in English  
OGLE, R.0IXEI{'l‘ B., M. A.  
Instructor in Music  
PAL1sI1zR, EDGAR Z., Ph. D. §*
Professor of Economics  
{ PALMER, VIVIEN MARIE, Ph. D. Q
I Associate Professor of Social Work; Head of the Department  
y PARDUI2, LOUIs A., Ph. D.  
Associate Professor of Physics 1
PARKER, ETIIEL LEE, M. A.  
Professor of Home Economics Education; Head of the Department i
PATRICK, WEIILINGTON, Ph. D. [
Professor of History of Education; Head of the Department »  
Pmcx, ANNA BROwNINa, M. A.  
Social Sciences, University School  
PEHRSON, NICIII., M. A.  
First Grade, University School `
PITTMAN, WII.I.IAlI H., LL. B  
Professor of Law *
. PLUMRIDR, L. NIEL, M. A `
Associate Professor of Journalism; Head of the Department [
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Assistant Professor of Journalism  
P01:T1;R, Mmmvrx EL\\’0OD, M. A.
Professor of Physical Education; Head of the Department
Pmcs, HUGH B1zUci:, P11. D.
Professor of Agricultural Economics  Head, Department of _
Markets and Rural Finance
RANDALL, Fulxm; H;\LI., S. J. D. `
Professor of Lau:
I RAXNELLS, Eowlxun W.x1:111·;1<. A. B. _
Professor of Art; Head of the Department
R..\'1`LIFF, l\iI.u1·, ADOLPH F., M. A. [
‘ Professor in Department of Athletics; Head Coach of Varsity i
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_ Basketball
  RYLAND, Homnw, M. A., Docteur de 1,UHi\'€1‘SitB'
. Professor of Romance Languages; Head of the Department
Scmznsco, Moizms, B. S., D. V. M. ‘
V Professor of Bacteriology; Head of the Department
A Scxucx, BI,»\INE, M. A. `
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages
SEAY, l\LxUm<:12 F., M. A.
Professor of Educational Administration, Head of the Department;
_ Director, Bureau of School Service
Semis, Fimxcics, M. S.
Assistant Professor of Home Economies \
Smrxmxs, IWILIJREI), M. A. in L. S. ,e
Professor of Library Science; Head of the Department  
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1 Assistant Professor of Romance Languages Ԥ
A SHANNON, JASPER BERRY, Ph. D. I  
Associate Professor of Pol·itical Sc·ience J  
SHAVER, ROBERT EZEKIAL, C. E. i  
Associate Professor of Civil Engineering _ {
i SIIIPLIAN, MARTIIA VIRGINIA, M. A. ;  
English and Social Studies, University School V  
SIxIvELY, BERNIE, M. A.    
Professor in Department of Athletics, Head of the Department;  
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics ` {
SMITII, BETIIANIA, M. S. in L. S.  
Visiting Instructor in Library Science {uf
SNAVELY, CARL G., M. A. ‘  
, Visiting Lecturer in Athletics; Head Football Coach, Cornell  
{ University  
, SI·IcI~:ARI>, RoNErLLA, M. S. L
Y Associate Professor of Home Economics Education  
` STARNES, W. GAYLE, M. A.  
Lecturer in Education; Assistant Director of University Extension it
` STEELE, DEWEY G., Ph. D.  
Assistant Professor of Genetics gi
, STEWART, OLUS JESSE, Ph. D  
Associate Professor of Chemistry i,
{ STONE, OLIVE M., Ph. D. S"
\ Visiting Lecturer in Sociology; Director of the Richmond School it
of Social Work and Public Health of the College of William  
ana Juary  
SULLIVAN, ROI>MAN, M.A. I.
` Associate Professor of Economics
` SUTIIERLAND, WILLIAM R0RERT, A. B.
Assistant Professor of English 1
TABB, WILLIAM R., M. S. in Education i
Instructor in Agricultural Education Y‘
TAYLOR, WILLIAM SEI>·1·IMUs, Ph. D. _  
Dean, College of Education; Professor of Education  
I TEMI=LEToN, W. C., Jr., M. S.  
W Instructor in Agronomy [
_, TERRELI., DANIEL V01ERs, C. E ?
Y Professor of Civil Engineering; Head of the Department i
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French, University School   >
T0wNsm:o, LEE H., Ph. D
` Assistant Professor of Agricutnral Entomology
i Tnmmua, Euxrgsw G., Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Political Science
TUT1uLL, Emv.~.1;1>, Ph. D.
Professor of History; Head of the ])cpart·n1cnt
~ Vtxxuxaxmoscu, Amar, Ph. D.
` Professor of Political Science; Hcad of the Department I
VAUo11,xN, l\I.u:Y Bxau., M. S.  
Yisiting Lecturer in. Education; Assistant Supervisor of Home .
Economics Education, Department of Education, Frankfort,
Kentucky
W.xm·<>x, Moss, M. A.
` Visiting Lecturer in. IJtlucation,· Director of Division of School.
‘ Census and Attendance, ltcpartincnt of Education., Frankfort,
_ Kentncky
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\V.xr;1‘0N, S. Bmooics, M. E.
Assistant Professor of Jtcclttiriical Engineering ~
\V.x1:1:rim·<>x, F. '\\'., Ph. I).
Associate Professor of ]’l:_ysi<·s ;
Wxmn, X\`1r.L1.x11 S., M. A. .
Instructor in English ~
\VAm:L:x, l\I.x1;o.·.1zm*, A. B.
Instructor in Physical Jfducation 1
I W1:.sv1z1:, R;\I.1’1I Howl-;1:, Ph. D.
j Professor of Bacteriology
WEST, Msizy L1:cu.1.12, M. A.
Languages, I/nirersity School
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` \V111'uz, Bmxxmr Sigxitox, Jia., Ph. D.
  Assistant Professor of Ayrittulturot liconoinics
‘ XVH1'1`IC, 1\IAIl'1`IN M., Ph. D.
` Professor of Psychology
Wmsr, Eowmm, Ph. B.
` Dean, College of (}omnicr¢·c,· l’rof`cssor of ldconomics ,
  \VxLF01:1>, EI)\Y.\l2l) Jsnrus, M. S.
` Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry; in charge of Meats ,
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` Director, University School; Associate Professor of Education  
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Third Grade, University School é
Womorm, Azrm, M. S. in L. S. ’ L
i Assistant Professor of Library Science =
Woons, R.ALI’I[ Hmxs, Ph. D. I
Associate Professor of Agricultural Education: Director of Voce-  
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YVRIGHT, Er.1zAum·1[ V., M. S. _~
I Instructor in Bacteriology I
YOUNG, D.xvm M., M. S. °
Assistant Professor of Geology; Curator of Museum ; —
YoUNG, Emir. R<>1;1c1z*1*, M. S. I [
Instructor in Agricultural Engineering
YOUNO, Gonmm, M. A.  
Visiting Lecturer in Education; Assistant Sup<:rin/cndent of Public  
Instruction for Iferztitchy  
Youxu, Rom·;m· Bmzexc, B. A.  
Graduate Assistant in Gheniistry  
YOUNG, RUT11 T11r2o1z.x1,1>, B. S. in L. S.  
_ Visiting Instructor in Library Science L
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‘ U GENERAL INFORMATION    
THE SUMMER SESSION  
The University of Kentucky held its first Summer Session in _1903.  
From 1903 to 1913, certain instructors on the campus offered Summer `  
Session work to students who needed training other than that of the I  
regular year. This type of summer work however was often of an  
individual nature, largely dependent upon agreements between the Ig
student and his instructor. Beginning with the year 1913 the Summer  
School became a more integral phase of the regular University work  
and was characterized by a much broader program of offerings. This Q;
~ increment in offerings and the number of faculty members has con- I
tinued since that time. Ig
The Summer Session has experienced a phenomenal growth in the  
past few years. The total enrollment for the two terms in 1932 was  
1942, while the total enrollment in 1939 was 3135, an increase of 61.4 I
per cent. The increase in graduate students between these dates was Q
133.3 pe1· cent.  
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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY FULLY ACCREDITED  
The University of Kentucky is a fully accredited institution. It is  
on the approved list of the Association of American Universities and  
. holds memberships in the following organizations: The Southern Asso- is
i ciation of Colleges and Secondary Schools, the American Council on  
Education, the National Association of State Universities, the Asso- *'
ciation of American Colleges, the Association of Land—Grant Colleges,  
the Association of American Law Schools, the American Association  
of Collegiate Schools of Business, the Kentucky Association of Colleges ll
and Secondary Schools, the American Association of Schools and  
Departments of Journalism, the National Association of Schools of  
Music, and the Association of Deans and Directors of Summer Sessions,  
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THE BEAUTIES OF THE BLUE GRASS  
` The Blue Grass is a magic country full of scenic beauty, and rich  
_ in historical interest, romantic and traditional lore. Its ever-changing  
I beauty of landscape and stately colonial mansions add to its charm.  
Many of the vast horse farms, some individual establishments con- Q
, taining more than a thousand acres, are open to visitors throughout  
I the year. These farms with their broad pastures, their sparkling  
  streams, their woodlands of gigantic forest trees and their paved  
  drives and roads provide Fayette County with a system of parks which `_
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is decidedly unique. In tl1is enjoyable touring region one finds vast
tobacco farms, meadow lands, wooded foothills, and deep—running
streams and rivers, which, for beauty, are unsurpassed. Throughout
the region one comes upon dignified old mansions, lovely gardens, F
groves of forest trees and mile after mile of stone walls which make  
the country—side both restful and refreshing ’
In Lexington one will be impressed by the University of Ken- Y
tucky; "Ashland," the home of Henry Clay; Gen. John Hunt Morgan's
home; the home of Ma1·y Todd, wife of Lincoln; the Lexington Ceme-
tery with its monument to Henry Clay, and the resting place of many
famous Kentuckians; the tobacco warehouses with their amazing size;
the track of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders’ Association; `
` Keeneland Race Track; the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Sta-  
tion; Transylvania College, and Sayre College. .
"Idle Hour," "Elemendorf," "Wa1nut Hall," "Calumet," "Castleton,"  
"Hamburg Place" (with its horse cemetery), "Dixiana," "Coldstream," ,
and "Faraway" (home of Man o’ lVar), are among the beautiful horse I
farms in Fayette County that are open to visitors. The United ,
States Veterans’ Hospital, the Federal Narcotic Farm, the Agricul-
tural Experiment Station Farm, the old colonial homes in which
Lafayette was entertained, Grimes Mill, Clay’s Ferry hill, and Bryan
- Station add to the historical charm of this county.
E Visiting the Blue Grass, students will be impressed by the Ken-
tucky River palisades, Boone Tunnel, High Bridge, Camp Nelson,
National Cemetery, Dix River Dam, Herrington Lake, old Shakertown,
Fort Harrod and Pioneer Cemetery at Harrodsburg, Centre College at
Danville, and Berea Mountain School at Berea. Within twenty-five
miles of Lexington one can visit the state capital, Frankfort, and see V
the new capitol building, the old capitol building, the Kentucky His-  
` torical Society museum, and the state cemetery—bu1‘ial place of Daniel E
Boone and a number of Kentucky soldiers and statesmen.  
' SOCIAL LIFE IN THE SUMMER SCHOOL  
j One of the most attractive features of the Summer Session program L}
l is the extra-curricular side of the work. The University of Kentucky °
realizes that it is essential to meet the social needs of students in
attendance at the Summer School, as well as to provide for their
_ intellectual requirements.
V The extra-curricular offerings in past summers have been greatly `
appreciated by the students and widely attended. The extra-curricular l
A offerings in the 1940 Summer Session will include concerts, teas, ‘
dances, plays, tours, lectures, picnics, and convocations. For informa- I
tion on the extra-curricular program