of patrol-main in : Former Instructor At U. of K. Succumbs Pneumonia Fatal to M an j Who Served College of Law 21 Years. Thq Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Lexington Bureau. Lexington, Ky.. April 21. Judge Lyman Chalkley. 72 years old, for twenty-one twenty-one twenty-one years a member of the College of Law faculty at the Univer sity of Kentucky, died at 9:05 o'clock this morning at the Good Samaritan Hospital of pneumonia. He had been a professor emeritus since his retirement retirement two years ago. A native of Richmond. Va., Judge Chalkley was graduated from the University of Virginia in 1882. receiving receiving his Bachelor of Law decree . iy au w unneiMty He also studied law at Columbia Uni versity, and the Universities ol and Berlin, in Germany, after which j he returned to Virginia, where he practiced law at Covington and Staunton. Judge Chalkley was married in 1889 to Miss Eleanor Desha Breckinridge, Breckinridge, daughter of col. W. C. P. Breckinridge. The Legislature of Virginia elected Judge Chalkley as Judge of the district district composed of Allegheny . and Craier Counties, and he served six years Jn that capacity. He also served as Judge of the Augusta and Highland Highland District from 1898 to 1904. when he moved to Lexington to become dean or the Lew Department of tuckv University, now Transylvania College. He served as dean of the Law School of the University of the South at Sewanee, Tenn., for three years, resigning in 1910 to become, professor of law at the University of Kentucky. Judge Chalkley served as acting dean of the Kentucky Law College after the death of Judge William T. Lafferty. Ken-imitt?e Ken-imitt?e !