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The herald and news. (Newberry S.C.) 1903-1937, June 09, 1916, Supplement to THE HERALD AND NEWS, Image 9

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COUNTY IN I
OF INSTRUCT
Location and
The College is located in O
the Blue RLdge Mountains, oi
Calhoun, and later of his sor
The College is ovtr 800 feet <
/ I climate is healthful and inv
(dissipate or to spend money
minimum.
The students are under mil
effort is made to train up y
credit on the College and on
Religious 1
The College contributes to
ministers, who conduct civir
work among the cadets in b
ishing Sunday School and Y.
Secretaries. A $75,000 Y. ^
pleted January, 191^.
Requirements
Xo student will be admit!
years old at the time of entrs
An honorable discharge fr
J lege attended is required.
AO stuaent wiu ue ciumu
healthy and free from com
tuberculosis.
Applicants for the Freshm;
nations, either in tbeir count
College in September, unles
scribed certificate, furnished
A preparatory department
the College.
Scholastic requirements a
College Catalog.
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The One-Year
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give the simple scie
farming rests.
Open to young me
worked three or more
There are 51 schol?
course. Examination
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and. value of plant $1,300
south carolina represent
tfon. new and modern bui
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Environment -???
conee County at the foot of I
n the homestead of John C.
i-in-la\v, Thos. G. Clemson.
ibove the sea level, and the |||
igorating-. Temptations to
foolishly are reduced to a
itary government and every %
ounc men who will reflect '
Influences
the salary of four resident ||?|$||
ie services and do pastoral pSKM
arracks. There is a Hour- ^ ;
M. C. A. with two salaried /
[. C. A. building was com- Wjjjg
of Admission |ijig|jljB
:ed who is not at least 16
om the last school or colted
who is not reasonably 8^ \ .
tagious diseases, including & ;
an Class must stand exami- -i
.ies on July 14th, or at the Wjj$m 1111 ??
s they can fill out a preby
the College.
:s no longer maintained at
re given in detail in the
IRICrLTURAL HALL.
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md ends June Stb. It is< designed to
ntific principles upon which good
n 18 years old and over who have
j years 011 the farm.
irships open to students taking this
s for the award of scholarships held
intendent of Education on July 14th.
nation.
tTILE DEPARTMENT.
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DRESS PARADE OX RI(
gue, Etc., Write at Unce
(PRESER
ill ngi
ihool of Eng
,000. OVER 100 TEACHERS,
rED. THIRTEEN DEGREE CC
LDINGS, EQUIPMENT AND
OPENS WEDNESD^
RESERVE THIS SHEET FC
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ADMIXISTRATIOX BUIL
COURSES OF i
Clemson College offers thirteen
leading to the degree of Bachelor o:
and seven shor^courses during the r
the summer se'??io?. ^ ;
FOUR-YEAR DEGREE CC
i Agronomy
Botany
Chemistry
Animal Industry
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I Veterinary Scienc
! Horticulture
\ Soils
Chemistry
Mechanical-Electrical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Textile Engineering
Architectural Engineering
SHORT COURSES (Regular
One-year course in Agriculture
Two-year course in Textile
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COST
The cost for any of the thirteen
courses or the Two-Year Textile Coi
session. This amount covers unifoi
heat, light, water, laundry and all ft
Tuition is $40.00 additional to thos<
payThe
cost of the One-lear Agric
S122.05. This amount covers the s
listed above.
The cost of the Four-Weeks' Su
Farmers and the Four-"Weeks' Sumrr
ton Grading is $19.00. This amoui
board, room, light and water. ]
required.
Do not delay in making application i
be crowded out.
3GS FIELD.
to W. M. RIG<
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OFFICERS AND ASSISTAI
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SANITATION
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f Science (B. S.)>
egular session and
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Summer S
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Courses in Dak
culture, Field Croj:
For Farmers. T<
lwl" Agriculture. The
week or four weeks
Special courses i
August 18th, 1916.
Send for leaflets
regular four-year
irse is $149.10 per
rms, board, room, - ^
STo uniforms are
to enter; you may ^
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ITS. ENROLLMENT 9
3ES. TWENTY-SIX DEj
, 1916
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Scholarsh
and Examin
The College maintains
scholarships in the Agricu
tile Courses, and 51 in the
cultural Course (Octobei
8th.) Each scholarship is
free tuition.
Scholarship and entranc
are held at the county co
a. m., July 14th. Write ?
firv-n in -roorciWl flip sphnl
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vour county next session
governing their award. I
while to try for one of the
Those who are not seek
scholarships are advised 1
nations on July 14th, ra
until they come to Colic
Credit will be given for ar
passed at the county seat.
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ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.
Ihort Courses in A
rnlv 31 st-August 26th, 1916
ying, Animal Industry, Poulti
)s, Cotton Grading.
jachers, Cora Club Boys and an
courses are arranged so that
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!or ministers in rural communiti
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giving details of the courses.
CHEMICAL LABORATORIES.
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168 four-year
iltural and TexOne-Year
Agri1
10th to June
worth $100 and
je examinations
urt houses at 9
or full informaarships
open to
i, and the laws
t is worth your
se scholarships.
ing to enter on
;o stand examither
than wait
jge in the fall.
ij examinations
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one may stay one
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