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Image 147 of Catalogue of the Officers, Studies, and Students of the State College of Kentucky, Lexington, Volume 5 (Session ending 1907 June 6 )

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

{ STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. 143 i` the Senior class. 4. A Course in X-ray work is offered to Physicians and , others who may wish to operate X-ray machinery and do work in X-ray photography, with practice in photographing fractures. dislocations, necro- sis, stone in the bladder or kidney, gall stones, bullets or other foreign . bodies. ` Time. three weeks; fee, $25. Fee for Course 1, $10; for Course 2, $10; for Course 3, $12; for Course 1 or 2 and Course 8, $20. _ The Department of Physics is supplied with all necessary apparatus, , including a nrst-class X-ray outfit. Students have opportunity to learn ` something of X-rays, radium and wireless telegraphy. The courses will extend from june 10th to ]uly 19th. Correspondence solicited. III. THE SCHOOL OF PHYSIOLOGY. DR. I>RYoR. - The Course in Physiology, consisting of lectures, demonstrations and i laboratory exercises, is intended to illustrate the fundamental laws of physi~ ~ ology and the phenomena on which they are based. The subjects to be con- sidered are: Muscle, its appearance, histology, chemical composition and U. physiology; Haemodynamics, the circulation of the blood and lymph; Nor- , C . lr mal Haematology, clinical examination of the blood and blood corpuscles, ° V the Anatomy and Physiology of the eye and ear, ` Credit is given in the College for work done in the school. The course will begin _]'une 10th and end July 19th. Fee, $10. ' j . ` nv. THE scuoor. or LIBERAL ARTS. · 1>ROFESSORs DAVIS AND ]oNES. ASSISTANT WHITLOCK. ` · The session extends from june 10th to August 2nd. The purpose of the school is to help students- V 1. Remove conditions from their work in the College. l 2. Even up work neglected through irregular classification. ‘ , i 3. Shorten or lighten their work in the College. 4. Prepare for the entrance examination in September. 5. Review their studies in accredited schools. The instruction embraces- 1. The College Courses in Mathematics, Astronomy, English, Greek Latin, French, German, Spanish, History, and Anglo-Saxon. 2. The Academy courses in all the subjects preparatory to either year , of the Academy or to the Freshman Class of the College. Last summer instruction was given in all these subjects, and more than four-nfths of our students passed. Students prepared for any College or University. Fee for each subject, in advance, $7.50. For bulletin of information address- T J. MoRToN Davis or T. T. Jonas, Lexington, Ky. I

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