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State University, Lexington, Ky., July 19, 1015.

The Faculty of the State UniVersity met on call
to take action upon the death of Vice~President White. A gfi
committee of three, consisting of Professors A. M. Miller,

N. La Pence and F. Paul Anderson, having previously been

requested to prepare resolutions upon the death of Professor


White, offered the following: §
Whereas, death has remoVed from our midst our

beloved colleague, James Garrard White, be it resolved:

First; The educational interests of the state have suffered

a great loss by being depriVed of the mature judgment and

insight in affairs pertaining to the education of the young


men and women of our commonwealth.
Second; The State University of Kentucky has lost one of its

most substantial and worthy officers. Professor White has


been actiVely identified with the upbuilding of the State
University for a continuous period of forty—five years; for F
forty-one years as professor and teacher of mathematics and for a;

four years as directing head of the Department of Mathematics,


acting President of the University, Vice-President and Dean

of Men. There are very few men identified with educational

work in America who have passed through a longer continuous ;
service than Professor White. He came into the University 'j
at its birth and through the entire period of its growth he

has been one of the most devoted and potent factors in its



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3: 3; hours per 333k it is QiV'fl’l should be multiplied byL4 for the
first 33rd and by.3 for each of the two otnor term31

Persons excused iron ailitary Science or physiogi training for disaolility

or any cause, uni '3 wfleu they entered th3¢ orought os3d.it3 in the suojects


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’frmn 3313 iuoti1tt1ou,wu53 o :3: an ('U'V11v*c number of credits in some ohhm
er subject or auoie .ota. In otner colleges of the duiversitj an equal amount

of worx must be do“; Lu 01331‘ to 133317: 3 bacnolor’o degree but 230 TJSyEC-

Ltive Focultiee will determine the v lue to to out on the eubjcct: taught.

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Any student who desires to oorrow 33:11 from the fiibrary 3111 be required

Qqugn 33 the rré w: of these books. At any

We make a deooeit of 52.00 to
time the Student 3831383 to discontinue the prJLIleLe of b0““OJlnH books,the
$2.00 will we returned,lese any Chara oute.anoing for books not returned.

#1 All publications issued by txe 3 woent shell b3 euoervieed by L39 Commit-

WWGG on Stucte nt Publicotiono. Before any such publications are out in QiTCUlln
tion,it should We m,de Known to the committee for 33 rOV31,and ouch censor“
Ship as may be moccasamy will be exercised by the committee not only oVer the
Written matter but >1so over wovertieements,

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The DOfMleil 03 £01 men are under control of the Commandant,and he is em—

vbowered t mane such rules and rotulltlons for their government as 331 seem

.recesm Law.
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Each student at the beginniufi of the v arlwill write on the entrance


0 ?d hit or her 100:»1 afldrooe anfi shall wromptly report any subsequent change

'Of address to the registrar.