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College of Law Schedule ._.. 57, 76 Geneldl ·g ·········· _ ··········*··· j ”  
Courses ______________________________>___ 22 College ol A;;;ricull.ure ..1 ,
Designation of com-ses .... 24 V Mlleeie er Arie Md W _
Elementary School .............. 20 Selemee --—----i--——·-····4-—— ~·’ .
Eygeyvjcg MGH ____________________ gg College of Commerce. 36
Explanations and College of Education. 34
Abbreviations ....._________._____ 38 College of Engineriug ::2
Extra-Curricular Events .... fl College of Law .............. 33
Faculty ________________._________________ T The Graduate School ____ 2:6
Fees, ___________,____________________________ 25 Room and Board ................ 26
General information __________ .]_T Schedule of Lectures inurl
High School ___.._.._________________i 20 Recitntious ........................ 38 V
Late Registration ....,......... 25 Social Life ............................ 18
Length of Session ,__.........,.,. 21 Student Load ........................ 24 ‘
Marking System .............._.._ 26 Summer Session ...............,.. 17
Museum of Anthropology Summer Session Calendar 5 `
and Archaeology .............. li University Commons .......... 111
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` Thursday 16, 7:30 p. 111. Faculty Reception for students 1%
f Saturday 18, 8:00-12:00 p. n1. Dance and Bridge Party, Patterson  
{ Hall  cl
1 Wednesday 22, 4:00-6:00 p. 111. Tea at Maxwell Place, President  
and Mrs. McVey, hosts 1;
'1`hursday 23, 7:00 p. nl. Band Concert, Amphitheatre, John KQ,
. Lewis, directo1·  
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1 ; TUGSGHY 28, 4:00 p. 111. All—U11iversity Picnic for faculty gl
‘. l Blld students  
Q \Vednesday 29, 4:00-6:00 p. n1. Tea at Maxwell Place, President it
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ju  Monday June 13 Registration for first term.  
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{ Friday June 17 Last date for making changes in regis-  
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  Saturday July 2 Last date upon which a student may  
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~ Monday July 4 Holiday.  
Q Saturday July 16 Examinations for the first term.  
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  Tuesday July 19 Classes begin.  
{ Friday July 22 Last date for making changes in regis-  
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Thll1‘S(]8y 4, 7:30 p. m. Little Symphony Concert, Memorial  
Hall, Professor Carl Lampert, i
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Thursday 11, 7:30 p. m. Little Symphony Concert, Memorial .
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  Fimxx Limoxn MoV1·;r, Ph. D., LL. D., President.  .
  .IEssE E. Aniuis, Ph. D., Director of the Sunimer Session. ·
  Bimnr \V1I1TI., Rmm, M. A.  
  Fourth Grade, University School  
  Bxzmmm, .MA’l‘HE\\' Hmm, Ph. D. . [ 
  Professor of Physical Cheniistry i 
*1 BEST, H.\TlIl\', Ph. D.  
{ Professor of Sociology, Head of the Department  
h BETTS, Emuriaw A., Ph. D. gi
Visiting Lecturer in. Education; Research Professor and Director  
of Reading Clinic, Pennsylvania State College ’ 
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Bmz, LEsL1E, B. S. in Commerce
` Commercial Subjects, University High School
 , BIGGE, ADOLPH E., Ph. D.
Professor of German, Head of the Department
j Bow, PAUL PREN·1·1cE, Ph. D.  
  Dean, College of Arts and Sciences; Head of the Department of I
` Mathematics; Professor of Mathematics "
D BRADY, GEORGE K., Ph. D.  j
` . Associate Professor of English  
. BRAUER, ALFRED, Ph. D.  
, Professor of Zoology  ,`
Yi BRowN, MAIIION C., M. A. .
I. Assistant Professor of Mathematics  
.2 BUREAU, ERNEST ADoL1·uE, E. E. U
  Professor of Electrical Engineering
  CALDWELL, M0RRgs G., Ph. D.
  Assistant Professor of Sociology
  CARD, D. G., M. S. `
:` Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economies
_Q Csxvunso, ALEXAN1)E1€, M. A.
  Instructor in Music
  CARPENTER, CECIL C., Ph. D.
QI Assistant Professor of Economics
  CAl{T[Sl<, LUc1AN HUG1·I, Ph. D.
ji Professor of Economies
  CAWUOD, CHARLES D., M. D., C. P. H.
  Health Oficer, Fayette County, Kentucky; Associate Professor of _
  Public Health
ii CHAIIBERLAIN, LE0 MAR'r1N, Ph. D.
?* Registrar; Professor of Education
  CHALIBERS, J0uN SHARP, M. D.
  Professor of Hygiene and Public Health, Head of the Department;
1 Director of Dispensary
‘ CHEEK, FRANK J., Jr., M. S., C. E.
Y` Professor of Sanitary Engineering I
= CLARK, THOMAS D., Ph. D. ,1
, Assistant Professor of History  A
  CLIFTON, Lotus, M. A. ¤
" Instructor in Education; Director of University Extension ? 
if CONROY, KATHERINE, M. A. s
  Sixth Grade, University School
VIL CRAWRDRD, ALBERT BYR0N, Ph. D.
.5j Lecturer in Education; Principal, Bryan Station High School,
  Lexington, Kentucky
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Visiting Instructor in English _P
D.\GI.l5\', IVA, A. B.  
  Instructor in Voice  
§ DAI~:TzLEIc, LEI-Im; LIVINGSTON, M. A., Litt. D.  
  Professor of Philology; Head of the Departinent of English  
·  DANTZLER, Mus. L. L.  
;  Instructor in Voice  
 ¥ ])IB[MICI{, GRAHAAI B., Ph. D.  
  Associate Professor of Psychology  
` DOWNING, Hi\R()LI) HI\l{l)I·lS’l`\', Ph. ]).  
Professor of Mathematics (in charge of Astronomy)  Q
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DIINCAN, MAY K., M. A.  
Associate Professor of Elementary Education  
I)u1·1uc, J. YIUNTLEY, Ph. D.  
Associate Professor of History  
ELLIoI*I·, Nonms I-LAYAIOND, B. S.  
Professor of Landscape A7`(']l'lYf’<‘I1(l'(’ and Floricnlture  
EIIY, F0111Ns<>N, JADIICS ;RICHARI), B. M. E. ,§_
, Professor of Applied Mechanics; 11eud of I/ie Department of  
  Engineering Mechanics  
{ .}<»xEs, 'l‘11E0n01:E Tommy, Ph. D.  
  Dean of Men; Professor of A neieni l.anguay¢·s, Head of flu:  
  Department gl
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Professor of Physics { 
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Professor of Philosophy, Head of the liryurluieul ; 
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Professor of Music, Head of the Depar/men!  
LA]\l1‘Eli'i‘, Mus. C. A.  
Inslruelor in Piano gi
LA·1·m1E1i, CLA1u01:NE GREEN, Ph. D.  
Professor of Maihenzuties  
L.\’|'ZK1E, VEuN,x, M. S.  
Inslruelor in Home ldeononiivs  
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L,\\\'lllCNU|*), Aimox JAY, M. A.  
1 Assoeiate Professor of (Q'o1r1nie1·¢·<: uml liilum/io:1  
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  L1-: S'l‘()lJl{(ili()N, Fr,01:.x EI.1Zi\lil·]’l`1I. Ph. D. _  
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I Assoiwale Professor of Nu/lzemalics ; 
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I Iiistrnetor in lllnsie  
F LEWIS, ]\[ILl)Iil£l), B. S. iu Music ' 
Instructor in Music Q;
Lu:oN, M0sEs EIHVARI), M. A., LL. D.  
Professor of Secondary Eeluealion ; Aeiing Dean, College of  
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  Assistant Professor of History
MGFARLAN, AR’1‘HU1{ CRANE, Ph. D.
. i Professor of Geology, Head of the ])epartnz.cnt
. M(2F»\RLAND, FRANK T., Ph. D. I
Professor of Botany, Head of the Dcparlmmzt °
  IWCINTEER, B1mT11Us B0s·1*oN, Ph. D.  i
  Associate Professor of Bo/any  
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- i\t[(}LAUGIII.IN, M.\ll(}UlCl{I'l`lC, A. B.
, Assistant Professor of Journalism.
1 McM1r.r.1N, A. N.
`j Visiting Lecturer in I'l1ysir·al .Mrlur·u/ion; Ilrwnl Foo/tn:/I t'rnl•·li. i
._ Indiana University
IWANNING, J011N \VAr.rcmu, Ph. D.
1. Professor of Political Science; Ilircrtor of Bureau of t/orr‘rnnrr·n/
ii Research.
M.u:*1·1N, J. H0L‘M1·;s, Ph. D.
° Professor of Poultry Husbamlry
. IWASON, LELA, M. A.
._ Instructor in Music
  MAY, AUGUSTUS Noam, B. S.
V Professor of Industrial Education: Assistant Slolr Supervisor of
.` Trade and Industrial Etlizwltion
  Mmzcxc, LEONARD E., Ph. D.
Q Assistant, Bureau of School .%'m·z:ir·c
{ IWILLER, FANNIE HERMAN, M. A.
af Speech, and Dramatics, University Iliyh. School
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  IVIINER, JAMES Bum, Ph. D.
Q Professor of Psychology, Head of the 1)epartmrnl_,· llircclor of the
.~ University Personnel Bureau
` IVlr1*0um.L, JOHN Rrcumm, A. B.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
` M1·rc111cr.L, J011N STAPP, M. A. i
` Mathematics, University High School l
, Moxuom, MARION, Ph. D.
~ Visiting Lecturer in Education; Chief 1’sycholoyisI, Child <.'ui¤lunm·
Center; Specialist in .Ren1.cd·ial Instruction, Piltslzuryln Pulrlic ,
. · Schools
Mcomc, HENRY B., M. B. A. `
Associate Professor of Economics
*3 1\·lomcr.ANn, Roy, J. D.
i` Professor of Law
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Assistant Professor of Dairy Huslzanclry  
MUSTARD, HABIEY S., M. D.  
Visiting Lecturer in Hygiene and Public Health; Professor of  
Health Adntinzlstration, College of Medicine, New York  
L University, New York City  
  NICHOIALS, WILLIAM DURRE1·1·, Ph. D.  
  Professor of Farm Managentent; Head of Departiuen-t of Farm  
  Economics, Eaperinient Station  
  NICHOLS, HOBIER W.  
j Visiting Instructor in Education; Director of Special Education,  
E Kentucky State Department of Education  
ORUM, HO\Vi\RI) W., Ph. D.  
Visiting Lecturer in Agricultural Economics; Professor of Sociology  
and Director of the Institute for Research in Social Science,  
University of North Carolina  
PALIVIER, EDGAR Z., Ph. D.  
Professor of Econo/niii-s.· Assistant Director of Bureau of Business  
Research _  
P.x1.MER, VIVIEN, M., Ph. D.  
Assistant Professor of Sociology  
PARUUE, L0UIs ARIIIUR, Ph. D. it 
Associate Professor of Physics  
PARIIER, ETHEL LEE, M. A.  
Professor of Home Economics Education.  
PEUK, ANNA BROWNING, M. A. gi; 
Social Sciences, University High School  
P1·:ERsoN, NELL, M. A.  
First Grade, University School  
P1'l‘T1\IAN, VVILLIALI H., LL. B.  
Professor of Law  
PORTMANN, VICTOR R., B. J.  
Assistant Professor of Journalism  
I‘o·m·ER, MERWIN Emvoon, M. A.  
¥ Professor of Physical Education, Ilcad of the I)epart·m.ent  
F PRICE, HUGH BRUCE, Ph. D.  
i Professor of Agricultural .EC0lli()llLll'S,° Head, Department of Markets ii
1 and Rural Finance  
Q RANDALL, FRANK HALL, S. J. D.  
i Professor of Law _
RANSOM, JOIIN CRO\VE, B. A.  
Visiting Lecturer in English; Professor of English, Kenyon College  
RATLIEE, MARGRXRET M., P11. D.  
Instructor in Psychology  
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  RHOTON, A. L., A. M.
,, Visiting Lecturer in Education; Professor of Education,
.· Pennsylvania State College
, ` ROBERTS, WILLIAM LEWIS, S. J. D., J. D. V
‘ Professor of Law i
; ROBINSON, LEWIS CASS, Ph. D.
ig Associate Professor of Geology `
  Rooms, LIEUEN Moss, M. D.  
,; Director of Mental Hygiene Studios, U. N. In·pa.r/nwnl of llralllz  
,` Rooo, ELMA, R. N., M. A. i
  Director, Public Health Nursing Education and Supervisor of
  Practice Field  
ij Ross, CLAY CAMPBELL, Ph. D. i
  Professor of Educational Psychology
  j ScIIm11Aoo, Momus, B. S., D. V. M.
  Professor of Bacteriology, Head of Ihr? lmpar/mmzl
  ScoTT, ZENOS E., Ph. D.
  Visiting Lecturer in Education; Hnpcrinlcndcnl of Swliools.
if Louisville, Kentucky
  Smsns, FRIKNCES, M. S.
ii-‘ Assistant Professor of Home Economics
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li, Summon, JASPER B., Ph. D.
  Associate Professor of Political Science
  Smsy, MAUILICE F., M. A.
  Professor of Educational Ad1ninisl·ralion.· Iiircclor, Iiarrau of
  School Service
it SHIPMAN, MARTHA, A. B.
  Social Studies and E7l—gt‘tStl~, University Junior High School
  Suxvmy, BERNIE A., M. A.
Tg ` Assistant Professor of Physical Education.
.:; SMITH, BETHANIA, B. S. in L. S.
  Visiting Instructor in. Library Science; Librarian, Illinois Wesleyan.
$3 University, Bloomington, Illinois
i.· Siuom, Rommw W., M. E. »
`f° Instructor in Thermodynaniics
  Smoiunn, R0NmLLA, M. S.
VI; Associate Professor of Home Economics Education.
ji STINE, O. C., Ph. D.
til Visiting Lecturer in Agricultural Economics; Chief, Division of
.E ~ Statistical and Historical Research, U. S. Bureau. of
{ Agricultural Economics
`7 STEWART, OLUS Jmssm, Ph. D.
F . Associate Professor of Ch<·~m.islry
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SULL1vAN, RODLIAN, A. M. ;;
Associate Professor of Economics  
SUTHEBLAND, WIILIAM RDBERT, A. B.  
Assistant Professor of English il
  TODD, .TARv1s, M. A.  
Assistant Professor of Physics  
  TOLMAN, \VI.LLIA1\I A., M. A. ii
g Assistant Professor of Economics ji
  To1·11AM, LAURA, M. A., C. E. F.  
  French, University School  
T '1‘owNsEND, LEE, Ph. D.  
Instructor in Agricultural Entomology  
'l‘RrMRLE, ERNEST G., P11. D.  
Associate Professor of Political Science  
TUCKER, W. C., M. A.  
Instructor in Journalism  
']`U'I`1`IILL, EDWARD, Ph. D.  
Professor of History, Head of the Department  
VANDRN1z0scH, AMRY, Ph. D. 5
Professor of Political Science, Head of the Department  
vAN DE WALL, WILLEM, Ph. D.  
Professor of Music Education, and Director of the Carnegie  
Community Music Study  
\VAL·r0N, Moss, M. A.  
Visiting Lecturer in Education; State Department of Education,  
Frankfort, Kentucky  
VVEAVER, RALPH HOLDEIl, P11. D.  
Associate Professor of Bacteriology  
Wmsw, MAIIY Lvcrmc, M. A.  
Romance Languages, University 1Iigh School  
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WEST, PERRY, M. E.  
i Professor of Steam and Power Engineering; Head of Department  
] of M echanical Engineering .·
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  Wnrrm, MARTIN M., Ph. D. .. 
? Professor of Psychology — 
S \Vu·:s·r, EDWARD, Ph. D. `·
Dean, College of Commerce; Professor of Economics  
`NILFORD, EDWARD JANICS, M. S.  
Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry Q 
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WILLIAMS, B. O., Ph. D.
Visiting Lecturer in Agricultural Economics; Professor of Rural
I Sociology, Clemson Agricultural College
* WrLL1AMs, Jorm DAVIS, M. A.
`· Director, University Schools; Associate Professor of Education g
 ` WILLIAMSON, MARY L01s, M. S.
~ Teacher Trainer and State Supervisor of Adult Education.  
WHILSON, Louxsc, M. A.  
Third Grade, University School _E
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~· Woon, Lucy GRAGG, B. S. in L. S.
` Librarian, University High School and U11·i·versi/y 1·}Imnr·ulur_u
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  Woons, RALPH Hxcxs, Ph. D.
Director and Supervisor of Agricultural Eduvration in Ifenluclpy
tj YATEB, LAWRENCE, M. A.
Assistant Professor of English
` YOUNG, DAvm M., M. S.
.2 Instructor in Geology
  YOUNc, EARL Roxsmn, B. S.
» Instructor in Agricultural Engineering
.1 Zmmas, LAURA, Ph. D.
, Visiting Lecturer in Education; Professor of ICdu¢·u/tion, Ohio S/ole
  University
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_ GENERAL INFORMATION  
Q 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 jj;
  session work to students who needed training other than that of the  
  regular year. This type of summer work however was often of an  
E A individual nature, largely dependent upon agreements between the K`!
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 *;§
increment in offerings and the number of faculty members has con-  
tinued since that time.  
One of the most interesting phases of the summer session at the  
University of Kentucky is the rapid growth in the graduate field. Of  
the 2,974 students enrolled in the two terms of the 1937 session, 44 per Fl
cent of them were graduate students,  
THE BEAUTIES OF THE BLUE GRASS ? 
The Blue Grass is a magic country full of scenic beauty, and rich it 
in historical interest, romantic and traditional lore. Its ever—changi11g  
beauty of landscape and stately colonial mansions add to its charm.  
Many of the vast horse farms, some individual establishments con-  
taining more than a thousa