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3   UNIVERSITY CALENDAR ........`.........,................................................................. 5
{   SCHEDULE or ENTRANCE ExAM1NATioNs ..................,............,.................... 5
I § PART I. OFFICERS or ADhIINIS'I`I{;\I`IOX AND INsrRt‘cTioN ...A.......,...... 7
L   Board of Trustees ...........,...>.......................>,,.........................A 9
( . s`  Executive Officers ,..,.........,...... . ...............,....,........................... 10
I 4 Ofiiccrs of Instruction ...................».......,..,..........,,..A.............. 13-27
L  L College of Agriculture and Experiment Station Staff .,.. 28
- P U Committees of the Senate .........................................,..........., 37
 `¤` PART II. GENERAL INFORMATION .......,...................................l.................. 39
I } Grounds ...................................................l...............,.,.................. 41
Buildings .......l,...,........,...........................................»..............,,. , 41
Admission to Freshman Class ........,,.................,.................. 42
 _ Admission to Advanced Standing ,... . .........,....................... 42
  Special Students ..,.......................,........r.................r.................. 43
A _ Graduate Students ....»..........l......,.............................l................ 43
Q *` Admission by Certiiicate ...................................,...........,........ 43
I A Admission by Examination ..........,............c.......................... 43 A
{ Basic Units Required by All Colleges .................................. 44
A;     Fees ..........i....t...................l.....,...............................,.............,...... 45
1   V  Marking System ,...........,......................................................... 46
i _" _ Degrees ......i.__................i.....,,,___.......__...,__,,..._._._____.,,..,....____,______ 47
I   Scholarship and Prizes ....t.....,..................,................,......,...... 48
i  ’*·¢ Loan Funds ....._......,............................... . ........... , ...........,......_.... 48
[ V Memorial Funds ........................................................................ 48 A
  A Organizations .....l.......,........................,.,..................,.................. 48
l Biological Field Laboratory .................................. . .............. 49
‘ ; A PART III. COLLEGES AND Sc·1roo1.s .........,.................................,......,...,,,... 51
'A ` ‘ COLLEGE or ARTS AND S<;11·:NoEs ..................................,............. 53
{  Introductory Statement ......,..l....,..,.......,.................,........., 53
I   Departments of Instruction ......,...._................................,..... 60
A A CoL1.EcE OF AGI{I(lLII,Tl`I€Ii .........`.............,............,............».,,... 107
‘.  Departments of Instruction ..................................t....,.......... 110
A _ CoLLEoE or ENGINEERING .............».,............,............................. 123
“ Co1.LEeE or LAW .................,.,.................................................... 148 ·
  ` Cor.r.EoE or EDYCATION .......».............,........................................ 154
_   ` COLLEGE OF CoMAiERCE ..................,...................,,....................l. 164
E '] GRADUATE Scnoor. ......,.......................,,.............._....._.......,......._.. 170
A  X Q SUMAIER SESSION .........,....,............................,............t.c....,........ 175
_ Q_,·*   UANIVIZRSITY EXTENSION ...........,..............................,................. 176
IHA   PART IV. Degrees and Honors 1925-26 ...,......,......c.......,,,........,...........,. 177
  {   PART V. Alumni Association .,.......................,,..........................,............ 195
l A ,  » PART VI. Register of Students ......................................i.......,................. 199
  IA i INDEX .........,..i...........i....,t,..._..........____..,._..,,__._.________________,_________________,_______________ 263
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. 1926
August 21 Last date for application for ex-service privileges for
lst semester.
September 14 Tuesday, Board of Trustees meets.
Q ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS AND ADVANCE REGISTRATION
gl Sept. 16, 17, 18 Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
  FIRST SEMESTER
  September 20, 21 Monday, Tuesday, registration for first semester.
September 20, 21 Payment of first quarter’s board in residence halls
Q 4 for women.
' September 20,21 Payment of first semesters rent in dormitory for
men.
  September 27 Last date for making changes in registration or in
‘ " the schedule without payment of fee.
1 October 1 Latest. date for registration for first semester with- .
i out special permission from the heads of the de- ·
  partments concerned.
Q October 11 Last date on which a student may enter an organized
2 class.
? October 11 Last date on which a subject may be dropped with-
out a grade by permission of the dean.
I October 21 Last date on which a student may withdraw and re-
1 ceive a refund on matriculation fees.
1 November 22 Monday, payment of second quarter’s board in the
`L residence halls for women.
` November 25 Thursday, Thanksgiving holiday.
4 December 7 Tuesday, Board of Trustees meets. ·
December 22 Wednesday noon, Christmas holiday begins.
1927
A January 1 Last date for application for ex-service privileges for
second semester.
(ig January 4 Tuesday, 8:00 a. m., Christmas holiday ends.
_ January 21, 29 Midyear examinations.
I SECOND SEMESTER
Q, January 31 Monday, registration in all departments for second
semester.
I January 31 Payment of third quarter’s board in residence halls
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1 February 1 Tuesday, instruction resumed.
. February 7 Last date for making changes in registration or in
A ‘*· the schedule without payment of fee.
February 11 Last date for registration for second semester with- `
4 out special permission from the heads of the de-  
_ partments concerned. i
February 13 Last date on which a student may register in an  
organized class. g
February 13 Last date on which a subject may be dropped without
· a grade of E. ‘  
February 22 Tuesday, Washington’s Birthday. ‘ `
March 1 Last date on which a student may withdraw and re- ` yl
ceive refund on matriculation fees.  
April 4 Payment of fourth quarter’s board in residence halls
for women.  
April 5 Tuesday, Board of Trustees meets.  
April 14 to 19 Thursday, 8:00 a. m. to Tuesday, 8:00 a. m., Easter {
holiday. I
May 4, 5, 6, 7 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, High School {
Week. ·
May 14 Last date for making application for ex-service priv- O,
ileges for iirst term of the summer session.
_ May 16, 17 Monday, Tuesday, Senior examinations. i
. ` l\lay26 to June 4 Final examinations. ' 1
COMMENCEMENT WEEK is
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\ May 28 Saturday morning-Class Day. ,
May 28 . Saturday evening——Alumni Banquet. ‘ A ,
May 29 Sunday—Baccalaureate Address. `
` May 30 Monday—Sixtieth Annual Commencement. i
June 6, 11 Junior Club Week. 1
June 13 Monday-Registration for first term of summer ses-
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  1. EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS
, ~//VVILLIAMS Jason FIEIIDS, Governor
‘}"· " McHENnY R1-roA1>s, State Superintendent
I ”CL1·:r.1. Co1.m1.xx, Commissioner of Agriculture
w 2. FROM THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE
t · J. M, Fxxcu, Turnersf Station, 1932
~R. J. BASSETT, Leitchtield, 1928 >
1 WH. M, Fr P. Erzxsr, Covington, 1928
` Rpmzm G. Gonnox, Louisville, 1930
t »` Rrcnauu C. Srou., Lexington, 1,930
‘· James W. TURNER, Paintsville, 1932
I " W- J. Wm:. Mayfield. 1938
= » FRANK McK¤1¤. Versailles. 1932
* 4. ALUMNI MEMBERS
V Howmn P. INGELSy New York City. 1928
I ·Lo1rrs Hxrtaxxmvan, Lexingtfm. 1930
' ~~ E. B. Wann, Lexington, 1932
It OFFICERS OF THE BOARD
Wu.r.r.aM Jasox Firms, Chairman
Rrcnann C. Srou, Vice Chairman _
. { ‘ VV1:r.r.mo·rox Parnrcx, Secretary -
‘ · Jonx Sioux, Treasurer
f EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
  R1c·u.xm» C. S·ro1.L, Chairman
_. H M. Fireman
in Romcur G. Gormox
. McHmx1zY Rrroixns
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_ OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
FRANK LERoNn MCXYEY, B. A., Pn. D., LL. D., President of the University
-' ’· TERESA BUCHIGNANI, A. B., Secretary ‘
JANE J. Nicnors, Stenographer . A
OFFICE OF THE BUSINESS AGENT ‘“
· DAvm HO\\’;\RI) PEAK, A. M., Business Agent 1.
L1NN HI§hIING\\’;\Y McCA1N, Accountant  
IWINNIE Pirmzrco, Order Clerk I
ZMABEL IRENE LEw1s, Assistant Accountant _ 1
RU*r1r EARNES'1`, Cashier _  
ANNE GoRmLEY, Voucher Clerk  
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR I
EzR.i L. GILLIS, A. B., Registrar and Secretary of the Senate '
IWAPLE IMOORES, Secretary 1
HELEN HIXYDEN STANLEY, B. S., Recorder ·
BEss1E O. CLENELAND, Clerk 1
Liver B. GARDNER, A. B., Stenographer  
DIARY FRANCES Knncoicr, A. B. in Ed., Clerk · »
MARJAN E. IWTLLER, A. B., Clerk ` !
ELLEN Woon WILSON, A. B., Clerk  
DEAN OF MEN I
,. CoLL*1rRUs RUDoL1>H MELCIIER, A. M. V `
` GEORGE RICIIIXRD I{A\'ANAUGH, A. B., Secretary
DEAN OF WOMEN `
SARAH G1nsoN BLAN1>1NG, A. M. » ·•`
,   RAcr1ELLE ScnAc1~;LEr·rE, A. B., Secretary .  
‘\ LIBRARIES ‘ p
A l\IAliG;\IiIiT ISADORA K1No, A. B., University Librarian .
‘ lN1~:z Wlucnr WERR, A. B., Cataloger _?
GR.xc1·: LEE SNo1>cRAss, Librarian, Experiment Station A
Cl.Al{.\ W;\lt.T,;\NI) Wnrrrc, Librarian, College of Lawn  
Al{'l`lI·Z L1·:1·: 'I`AYLoR, Assistant _ i
Er.1z.xn14;T1r C1rArArAN, A. B., B. S., Reference Librarian — la,
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RESIDENCE I-IALLS ·,
` ERA M. Glues, Director of Residence Halls for Women
DoRA K. B1·:RN1.m’, Supervisor
‘ l\IRs. B. T. N[AR'1‘IN. Supervisor A
l\IRs. J. M. BRO\\’N, Housekeeper
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M. J. CRUTCIIER, B. M. E., Supt.
H, A. H;\R1’Ell, Assistant _
CLAUDR Diciucnsox, Operating Engineer
‘ Eu. BELL, Carpenter Foreman
, . HARRY LINDRERG, Gardener A
Q,. L. D. Kircimx, Electrician
Lox D. Mooiuc, Custodian Men’s Gymnasium
 
I SECRETARIAL AND CLERICAL STAFF
I l\lARu: Drcrcaizsox, (Department of Vocational Teacher Training)
I Enrrn Love, (Department of Chemistry)
I MARY Bivm TATE, (Department of Hygiene and Public Health)
I LAURA SUAD12, (Oflice of Supt. of Buildings and Grounds)
I NI\NC*Y B. BENTLEY, (Department of Mining) .
I KATIIERINE Huouics LYON, (Department of Physical Education)
I STENOGRAPHIC BUREAU
I IVIABEI. THACKER ALLEN, Stenographer I
I Mirnnnu Mormis, A. B., Stenographer
I UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA l _
, Under the Supervision of the Home Economics Department
·· LILLY Ex.NoRA Korn., M. S., Director
I POST OFFICE i
CARRIE BRAN, Postmistress
I UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
JI CARRIE BRAN, Manager
  Erorsn Wnuiz, Head Clerk
Y UNIVERSITY DISPENSARY .
  JAMES S. Rusn, S. B., C. P. H., M. D., Director
I *WlI.I.Ii\l[ N. Lirscomn, M. D.
  T. D. RIIO.·\l)S, M. D. · .
I W. YVALTICR Zwicic, M. D.
1 T. D. Rrioxns, M. D.
it Er,1zAR1aT1r D1·:s11A, Registered Nurse
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` BUREAU OF ALUMNI AFFAIRS AND PUBLICITY
·° Rixrmoxn Knut, A. B., Secretary
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THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES  
PAUL Pmcxrrcis Born, M. A., PH. D., Dean
- Inu: LEE Turman, B. S., Secretary ll,
THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE I
Tuomxs Poi: Coorrm, B. S. in Agr., Dean and Director l
Grtoncn Ronams, B. Ped., M. S., Assistant Dean
Es·rm,1.A Hr;mu~:x, A. B., Secretary
The College i
Experiment Station  
Agricultural Extension 1
THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING }’_
FREDERICK Plum Axumsox, M. E., Dean ~
W1I.I.IAb[ Enwm Fiuamirxx, A. B., E. E., Assistant Dean g
ETHE1, J1-:1.1.1·:Y, Secretary
THE COLLEGE OF LAW ` `
Crrmauzs J. Tuucx, A. B., A. M., LL. B., Dean  
W1],I.}' Krxc, Secretary
`U THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION j
WILLIAM Sr~:1·Tm11rs TAY1.on, A. M., Ph. D., Dean
MARY Jouxsrox, Secretary I
. · THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE  
I Enw,xm> Wmsr, A. M., Ph. D., Dean ,
\ MARYANN Pmcwmrr Yovxo, A. B., Secretary  
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL W
WILLI;\A[ Dm.m·:nr Furricuousrciz, M. A., Ph. D.  
Eum;sTxNm Cnoss, A. B., Secretary `
THE SUMMER SESSION  
WXI,I.lA3[ S1z1·T1Mi‘s TAYI.012, A. M., Ph. D., Director I
___ THE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION _  
_ Wmmxorox P.xT1z1c1<, A. M., Director  
\ Cm,1,.x T.xYr.o1z, A. M., Secretary Q.
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In each of the following groups, the names appear in the order of
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list is given on page 16.
3 FRANK LICROND ZMCVEY, President of the University
·' PROFESSORS
c, JOSEPH WlI.I.I;\RI PRYOR THOMAS POE COOPER
isi HARRIS0N GARMAN WALTER S. ANDERSON
g` FREDERICK PAUL ANDERSON El)\\'ARl') WIEST
l CLARENCE WENTW\’0RTI{ MATHE\\’S WILLIAM DEI.BE}{T FI*NKII0I‘SER
*AIITIIUR MCQIYISTON MH.LER CARL AI.BF.RT LAMPICR'l`
, MERRY LEWIS PENCE EDMUNI) J. KINNEY
CHARLES JoSEI·II NOR\\’O0D JARIES BURT MINER
‘ ALFRED CHARLES ZELIBROI) _ CIIARLES HICIIIIICRT ANDERS0N
{ FRANKLIN ELLIDTT TUTTLE . PI-ARRY BEST
; MRS. FL0RENcE‘OEEUTT STOUT CHARLES STEVENS CROUSE
y JDHN JULIAN H0oI·ER JAMES Rl('II;\I{D J0HNS0N
.- RALPH NELSON MAxSON AUGUSTCS NO.\II IVIAY
I GEORGE ROBERTS JAMES BYRON KELLEY ‘
I TIIE0D0RE ToLMAN JONES WILLIAM WALLAUE DIMoc·K
· _ GL.·\N\'II.LE TERRELL WILl.II\3I LEWIS R0RERTS
J JAMES TIIoMAS COTTON NOE WILLIAM S. TAYLOR
{ EDWARD STANTON GOOD ALBERT JAcKS0N OLNEY
DANIEL JOSEPH HEALY 1`RIOSES EDWARD LIGON
I COLUMBUS RUD0LI·H MELCHER FRANK T. MUFARLAND
` JAMES EINVARD TUTHILL CAR0L l\IAVER SAK
LYMAN CHALKLEY H;\l{I..~\ND J. ScARRRoI‘GII
j_ WII.LIAAI ED\\'IN FREEMAN l\IIoRRIS SCIIERAGO
I PAUL PRENTIGE Born MARIEL HoI·KINS
. EzRA L. GILLIS JAMES E. RUSII
T JOSEPH IVIORTON DAVIS CHARLES J. TURUK '
~‘ OSCAR BERNARD JESNESS HOl{;\(IE P. Houiss
Q 1l\I(THENl{Y RHOADS WII.I.II\)[ J0SEI¤II CARREI.
I D;\N1I£II V0IERS TERRELL ARTIIUR C. MUFARLAN
i WIIIIII;\)I SNYDER WERE JULIA HL'llI)
I LoIvIS ED\\'ARD NoLLAU CARTICR COLEMAN JETT
{ EINVARD FRANKLIN FARQUHAR IFLOYD W. REEVES
· LEIIRE LIVINGSTON DANTZLER JESSE E. Al?;\RiS
3 ` TIIoMAS JAMES BARR L. B. M<·MI*LI.I-:N
I ENo<·II GREIIAN SIMEOX EI.l)I{II)GE LELAND
" DAVII) H()\\'.\I{l) PEAK `NAI/I‘l·]R W. JENNINGS
I XVILLIAKI DFRRETT NICII()I.S JDIIN CATRDN JDNES
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IUARSIIALL Nl·]1' STATES WILLIAM RAY ALLEN 3
LI·Z\'I JACKSON HORLAUIIER RORSON DUNCAN IWCINTYRE  
_ JE0RII FREI>I·:RIc·Ic JAMES IVIURPHY _  
. JOIIN RI('II;\l{1) ]\I1TCl1I·LI.L I\IAI{GARvET BENNETT HO1(SL`Il·ZI.D .
R()li1'Il{'l‘ DAWSON I{.\\\'1{INS WIINIJELI, H. STEPIIENSON
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MA1`I·IE\V .IoSEI·II ERERIIARDT *IRENE MCNAHARA
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IJ ALEC JULIUS ZIAIBIERBIAN Lows B. SlIACI{l·)I.F()III KENNEDY INEz WERR
3 WILLIAHI Huoo BREND AI.BliRT D. I{Ill\\'I\N
J ISAAC C. WATKINS B. L. PRIBBLE
_* WlI.LII\)[ HO\\’A\RD HANSEN L. A. PARl)L`E
BI.ANcHARD PAUL DAVIS GENE B. L0\\'l{Y
ELIZARETII SIIRoI>sIIIRE ADDAAIS M. E. POTTICR
ELIZABETH R. GAY R. E. Ml`RPIIY
DUDLEY E. SOUTH E. E. BRATIJIIER
BERTHUS B. MCINTEER RALPH H. WOODS
{ C. S. WALTBIAN WILBCR W. CHAMBERS
WILLIALI G. FINN R. H. WE:\\'ER · _
i RAY EKLUND EI.EANoR NIIIS
I DEWITT O. STREYFELLER R. W. KELLEY
l W. F. GALLAWAY, JR. EAIAIETT BRADLEY
II MARION C. BRO\VN
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, IRIOSES EDWARD LIGON, A. B., M. A.
  Principal University High School
` ALBERT BYRON CRAWFORD, A. B., A. l\I.
I Acting Principal University High School
I IN STRUCTORS
' DIOLIIIC RoSE HAYS ANNA B. PECII
MARY L. WEST LEWIS PIRER
: GRACE ANDERSoN FRANCES L. SIIITII
(I MARY BEALL
"RcSip,ncd Solvteinluor, 1926.
· grjn loaxvc of absuicc l92G—27.
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I. ALPHABETICAL LIST OF OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION AND  
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I A`. FR.xxR L1~:R0N11 MCVEY, B. A., PII. D., LL. D.  
President of the University i ·
Amus, Jessi; E., Pn. D. 126 University Ave.  
V Professor of Education [
Aitmnis, ELIZARICTII SuR0I·sII1R¤:, A. B. Cynthiana
Instructor in Art
JXLFORD, OL1v1cR PERRY `LHF?·y€tt9 H0€€l 5
Associate Professor in Physical Education `
Amex, VVILLIARI RAY, A. M., PH. D. 417 Clifton Avenue
Associate Professor in Zoology
A>:1»1~:RsoN, CIIARLES HERISERT 343 S. Broadway
Professor of Engineering Design .
Axmcusox, Fmcnmnicx PAUL, M. E. 499 E. Main St. M
Dean College of Engineering  
A;vn12ns0N, GRACE, A. B. h ` _ $
Instructor in English, University High School `
Axmzusox, WALTER S., M. A. _ R. R. 4, Winchester Pike l'
Professor of Genetics, in Charge of Horse Husbandry tn thc Expert- (·
nient Station, Assistant in Animal Husbandry in the *
_~*— Extension Division
ARRLi:, Trrolms M. 320 Rose St.
_1 Instructor in Wood Shop
B.x1Lm*, DANIEL, B. S. {
, - Graduate Assistant in Physics
,` B.xRRL1cY, Mann; Ropes, B. S. in H. E. 737 S. Limestone
~, Instructor in Home Economics
B.xRRr·:NRUs, CIIAIKLIES, PH. D. 348 Aylesford Place
Assistant Professor of Organic Chemistry
Bsnmmx, Jonx ORv1Lu:, B. C. in AcR. 321 Columbia Ave.
Assistant Professor in Dairy Manufactures, Extension Specialist in
Dairy Manufactures
B.xRx1·;TT, BR1xRi.icY, B. M. E. 309 Irving Road *’
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
.,__ BARR, Tnosrlxs James, B. M. E. 251 Stone Ave. *
Professor of Mining Engineering V
\ ll.xss1·;T, G.xRi>x1-:R C. Pu. D.  
Associate Professor of Psychology ‘
BE.\I.L, DIARY, A. BI. 117 Bassett, Cgurf,
Instructor in Mathentatics, University High School ,
 

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  Bizoromi, N[ATTIIli\\’ Hume, Pu. D. 217 University Ave.
I   Assistant Profcssor of Physical Chemistry
{ Bremen, NIORRIS W11.sox, B. S. 256.S. Limestone
  Instructor in Engineering Mechanics
  ` BEST, Hsimr, M. A.. LL. B., Pn. D. 332 Harrison Avenue
1 Professor of Sociology and Head of Department
[ Brnmiirxc, Slximu Gmsox, A. B., 169 E. Maxwell
Dca·n of Women, Assistant Professor in Political Science
Biscisuzy, F. M. 518 Oldham Ave.
; Instructor in Practical Mechanics
` Bicoic, A1>o1.1·11 E., M. A. 165 Bell Ct. W.
Assistant Professor in German ‘
Bouzs, STANLEY Arwoou, M. A. 404 Rose Lane
Head of the Department of Physical Education, _
` Director of Athletics
—. Boro, FAU. Pmcxricic, M. A., Pu. D. 119 Waller Ave., Rodes Place
  Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, A
  Head of the Department of Mathematics and Astronomy
A r Borxrox, PAU. L., M. A. ’ 321 Clifton Ave.
li Assistant Professor of Psychology
(I Bozmrlxx, V1RG1N1.x Axmznsox 450 S. Ashland Ave.
· Instructor in Mechanical Drawing
V B1i.w1.r:r, Emmrr, M. A.
Instructor in English
Brasov, Gisonom Klcrronrs, M. A., Pu. D. 105 N. Ashland Ave.
,» Assistant Professor in English
BRATCIIER, Emmmr, A. B.
Instructor in Agricultural Education
Bmzxn, VVALLIAM Hoco R. R. 8, Stone Road `
A Instructor in Practical Mechanics
Bnmvx. Mlxxuox C., A. M. 448 Clifton Ave.
Instructor in Mathematics
BL‘1u;.xt‘, Enxicsr Al)(J1,I’lIE, Pu. B., E. E. 210 State St.
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
li C,x1.LA11.xx, Axx 611 Elsmere Park
Instructor in Art
j C.xx,x1>AY, Exmicrr J., A. B. 334 Harrison Ave.
F. Instructor in Mathematics
4 CA1uu;1.1., Wu.1.1.xsi Jos1·:1·11, C. E. 411 Linden Walk
i Professor of Structural Engineering
Cu.x1.1<1.i·;Y, Lm1.xN. B. L. 1008 Fontaine Road
I Professor of Law

  
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’ Instructor in Mathematics
· ·—» CuAmrAN, ELIZABETH, A. B., B. S. 248 E. Maxwell
Reference Librarian
Coorm, Tnonms Pon, B. S. Agr. Nicholasville Pike »
Dean of the College of Agriculture
l . Director of the Experiment Station an·d of Agricultural Extension {
CR.-\\\'F()RD, ALBERT BYRON, A. B., A. M. .
Acting Principal University High School
Cnousrz, Cimntns Srmvisxs, E. M. 137 Waller Avenue .
Professor of Metallurgy . -
Cuowmsn, Eowium Blxnnow 147 Alabama Avenue `
Instructor in Foundry
Dlxxrznxzic, Lamm Lxvrxcsrox, M. A. Nicholasville Pike
Professor of Philology, Head of the Department of English. ` ·
Language and Literature
Dlxvis, Br..xxcn.xrm PAUL, Pu. B. 119 Bassett Court
Instructor in English ~
Davis, Josisru Monrox, M. A. 340 Madison Place
Professor of Mathematics
D1-zsrm, Etrzsnmir A Patterson Hall
Resident Nurse s
__ Drcmsn, Jon}: Bonn 117 Washington Ave.
  Superintendent of Shops, Head of the Department of
Practical Mechanics
Dulock, WILLIJKBI W.ALL;\CE, B. Agr., D. V. M 703 Rose St.
_ Professor of Veterinary Science ·
‘ .Hcad of the Department of Veterinary Science in the
`\ Experiment Station
l Z1,ZD0\\'NlNG, Hlxuonn Hlumiasrr, B. C. E., S. M. _ 138 State St.
Associate Professor of Mathematics
(In charge of Astronomy)
Eiinenirmnr, l\L\'l`lll·j\V Josisrir, Staff Sergeant Infantry, D. E. M. L.
124 Transcript Ave.
Instructor in Military Science
`Em.vx1», RAY 416 Rose Lane
Instructor in Physical Education, Coach of Freshman Athletics
" Eimcsox, S'1`A'1`!li, A. B. 302 "Euclid Ave.
\ Assistant Professor of Home Economics 9
:1:E\'IiI`(Sl)l.Ii, H. B., B. S. in Commerce, C. P. A. 110 Maxwelton Ct.
Assistant Professor of Accounting
1:011 leave of absence 1926-27. "
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FAnQL·11.x1z, ED\\'ARD Fn.x1s1N 21
U. Jouxsox, Jsirics Riemann, B. M. E. l 727 Central Ave.
Professor of Applied Mechanics
, _ Jones, Joniv Cxrnox, A. M. _ 540 Sayre Ave.
Professor of Political Science
Q _ Head of Department
Joxss, Tuaonons Tommy, M. A. Sta. 3, Nicholasville Pike
¤ Professor of Ancient Languages and Literatures,
lv Head of the Department
. Jrm., Emu, A. B.
Graduate Assistant in Psychology and Secretary for Personnel Work,
» One—half 7'ime
KARR;\I{ER, PERRY Emtisn, M. A. 336 Transylvania Park
` Associate Professor of Soils,
. Ass·istant Agronomist in the Eayperiment Station
_ Kl~2ASI1·2R, Jaiuas Lawnraxcic, lst. Lieut. Inf., D. O. L. 314 Rose Lane
( Assistant Professor of Military Science
· I{liI.I.liY, Aisxma W1c1.1.1xa*roN, M. A. .
_ Instructor in E·nglish
I{EI.I.E\', J.aims Byuox, B. S. in A. E., B. S. in M. E. 10 Rutherford Apts.
Professor of Agricultural Engineering
  Knxxmw, Jonx Josnrii, Staff Sergeant, Inf., D. E. M. L. 318 Rose Lane
Instructor in Military Science
Kraxxmw. 1\lI1Nxm M.. B. S., M. A. 649 S. Limestone
I Instructor in Home Economics
` Q Krtzvrr, Bicx, B. S. 371 S. Limestone
Instructor in Physics
, - Kixo, 1VI.41co.xm·:’1‘ Is.41>o1c1·:, A. B. 225 S. Limestone
. Librarian, Instructor in Library Science
_ Kixxm', Eimrxii J., B. Sc. Agr. 750 Rose St. .
, . Professor of Farm Crops, Associate Agronomist in the Experiment
L . ` Station, Specialist in Agronomy in the Extension Division
t I Kmw.xx, Atmcnr D., A. B.
lixioirr, Gicoucic Aururn, Warrant OfTicer,:U. S. A. 177 N. Broadway
. · Instructor in Military Science
. iKN1ClI7‘, Gimxr Cocimixx, A. M. 657 Maxwelton Court
Associate Professor of English
V, Kam., Lll.I.\' Etxoiu, M. S. 110 Maxwelton Court
_ ' Assistant Professor in Institutional Management
· ]{()I’1’Il'S, Otrro, Pu. D. 1 110 Avalon Park
’ Associate Professor of Physics
V, I..n1r1s1<*r, Cam. Atmcnr 438 Aylesford Place
. Professor of Music, Hcad of the Dcparlmcnt
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