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$' j. f y i. V i 'STCv W tcsv?;?: ' ;4 fWCu'' .TJWIUKW rj v .,. . ,4 r .-M '' rt - ' p ' t n f l'f wr' . i I "W l, ' . KVifitfUSG- PUBLIC LEJDUEK PHILADELPHIA, WEDKKSHAY, JUNE 22, 15)21 t ' SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES m-iM - -m V i ? n lu "cinben' of J'1e Senior Classes of the Pennsylvania High Schools: As you near the end of your high school course you nre considering with educational advantages will bo able to obtain these in ono pf these schools. I therefore urge you to enter college on the completion of v -I I i ft "e seriousness demanded pf such nn important, matter just what is tho best use you can make of the years that He immediately before you. school course, If possible. The schools of tho Commonwealth are in need of large numbers of college-trained people, and the demand for "m E '"' V ' Undoubtedly you are aware of tho importance of further training beyond that which the best high school can give. I"'"8"-, There arc many colleges of high standing and reputation for men and for women, and each person seeking a college which mjv ' v . , of this broad training will incrcaso as the years go by. .... '"", offers cortain social or THOMAS E. FINEGAN, Supt.'of Tublic Instruction of PennsylVan in y,w qiy jHllllllliHIM Phiiiiiiiihimiim in ' k w . w. ! I , im m rCi-tt w I m i KM s r . PENNS M 55. 1 a; g Si I 5 H 6 B YLVANIA ILITARY COLLEGE "Trains for Leadership" For a hundred years the Pennsylvania Mili tary College has been making men of boys. During this time thousands of young men have learned here the meaning of honor, thorough ness and discipline. President Harding says: "If I had ten boys I would send every one to Chester." Grants Degrees: Civil Engineering, Chemistry , Commerce and Finance m Infantry Cavalry Artillery College offers three-year courses and degrees in Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Commerce and Finance. Preparatory Division prepares for entrance to any college. Separate Junior School for boys of 12 and upwards. Box 22 COL. CHARLES E. HYATT msJM Prepares for college or techni cal school. Small classes; individual instruction. Also commercial course. Student government. All athletics. Splendid modern buildings. Large campus and gymnasium. Special care for younger boys. Rate, $500. Catalog IRWIN M. SHALTER, A. M., Headmaster Chester, Pa. 1 ! lfiS$ fy & -s ?Hiiiiiiiiiii.!ll!ijii!iiiaiTg!gig ''"'" "'1'l''""'illlW 1 MILITARY INSTITUTE PURPOSE: The individual development of a boy's char acter and scholarship for the work of the world in college, sci entific school, business or national service. , INSTRUCTION: Small classes, individual attention. Each boy is taught how to study. SCHOOL, LIFE: High standard of social and moral stu dent life. Supervised athletics, wholesome food, carefully regu lated daily program of work and recreation and drill produce sound bodies, capable minds and cheerful dispositions. For catalogue address. Col. T. D. LANDON, Drawer C-22, Bordentown, N. J. NUMBERS LIMITED URSINUS COLLEGE COLLEGEVILLE, PA. U . NAZARETH HALL MILITARY ACADEMY 1 PouiuIhI t-!1 Kul - B Pre part r 1 an nw an i n M nd i ari'J n.Mr r n h t i u mn m.uiti mm nj- p-ot And (iletl Held imp' Ri' i'nr i mf Th lnllUar. tvktem r ire 'M w h thi n "- school 'If n1 ri.irip correct ablte nn wl m ilfrplp An 1 an anpr'mt n of orjranl'stlon Mvlrratr rnt, Catvtaj'i i arr'f mil 'o THE RKV. A. I). THAELEU, . D. nO M NAZMU'TTM, P (Hftj- mlln fro.'i I' ilud.'lyhl i nml ninety 'rum Sm ork ( lt p MS TORKIOMM "The School with an Unsurpassed Record for Scholarship" Record. S07 students prepared for 25 colleges in 28 years. 501 of our students Honor Men and Uollegc Leaders at Harvard, Princeton, University of Pennsylvania, Lafayette, Lehigh, Franklin and Marbhall, Uuchncll, .Muhlenberg and others. Higher percentage of Honor Men and Prizo Winners, Fhi Beta Kappn Men and University Debaters at Princeton than any other school. Advantages. In beautiful Perkiomen Valley, 40 miles from Phila delphia, healthful location. Thorough instruction in small groups by Competent Tcahero in all college preparatory subjects. Good Corn met rial Department. Excellent buildings and 20-acro campus. All athletics Delightful home life. Wholesome religious influences. De velopment of chnracter and Training for Service the highest aim. Kates, $(5o0 to $750. Separate Junior School, with careful supervision and complete equipment. For illustrated catalog, address tho Principal. OSCAR S. KRIEBEL. D. D., Rox X, Pennsburg, Pa. Juniata College offers Instruction under the direction of capable teachers In tho foii curricula: "ols, (a) Mbernl Arts, four .venr. II. A. !rgre. (b) (Iftnrrnl Rclmr, four Jfnrn, II. H. ilmrrr. (c) I'rMrllritl, Iwo yrnrs. (it) Ilntnn Kconnmlcd, four ypnr, II. 8. ileKree In Homo Kioiionilca (e) I'lano nnil Voice, each four ycnr. Tho college Ih co-cducatlonal, Chrlatlan In spirit, thorough In mtlwi distinguished by Its literary standards. nM- Tho college has right buildings, Including Library. Science Hall, Adml Istratlon Building, and dormitories. ' ' n"8' The fiiimmer term, with necrrdltrd work for teneliem, w npm Jun n The Tnll term will open September 13. Moderate rates for good accommodations In a healthful focaii Send for catalogue. "v THE PRESIDENT JUNIATA COLLEGE IIUNTINOnON, r,. rZWWWWW TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Office for All Departments College Halt Broad Street Below Berks Philadelphia, Pa. Telepbonet Diamond 0A31 The College of Liberal Arti School of Theology, Mediekl 1 I ?ffM Tho Teacher' College Tjo School of Commerce Tho University High School Law, Dentistry, Pharmac;, Chiropody, Muilc Training School for Nurtu j Send for Bulletin, Stating Course in Which You Are Particularly Interested SUMMER SESSION, JULY 5TH TO AUGUST 16TH Special Information Upon Request Lebanon Valley College MT. GRETNA SUMMER SCHOOL Mount Gretna, Pa. College work at the most delightful spot in Pennsylvania Extension courses carried to the people REGULAR COLLEGE FACULTY Assisted by Educators of Note Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Economics, Education, English, French, Greek, History, Kindergarten. Latin, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Public Speaking and Sociology June 20 to July 29 Grounds and Building.) of the Pennsylvania Chautauqua Association For further information address Samuel O. Grimm, Registrar Annville, Penna. BROWN Preparatory School Summer Classes Begin June 20 Our constant aim is to develop every boy to the point where he wants to do his best. These summer classes give him an un usual opportunity. We pre pare for all college, pro fessional examinations and State Board of examinations. Call Parkway Building Broad and Cherry Streets The Mother School or American Pharmacy Pharmacy , Chemistry Bacteriology Pharmacognosy Founded In 1821. Todjy thf eurrltolw Includes analytical chemistry, oriellal e? ppnratlo Pharmacy, pharmaceutic! ehi J. ""onimerclal pharmacy, phirnnceutltil Jurisprudence chomlcal control In mut racturlntr pharmacy. nclentlfie ttmni, bartorloloijT and hyolen?. r.atla nd (hi? maccutlcal arithmetic. plal coumi J technical chemistry, applied bactertolnir, !Xii?i i ' 1ml""c'W. Pheiololcl tutrix. clinical chemlatry, ndtanccd rharmictwoc and perfumery. , Post Graduate Courses leading to the, dejreea of Bachelor of Selnci 'Jl i i.httmi?c,y' ChemlMrs, rharrairorH and Uncterlolo(rj" Catjilosrue Sent I'non HMtieit PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OP, PHARMACY AND SCIENCE ' M5 N. 10th St., Philadelphia Stenography & Typewriting Secretarial Courses Bookkeeping & Accountancy Hvory hoy or cirl conlcmplatlri l hu'lnoss rarcor should lnestlc't niir oxcoptlonnl teaching facllltl Our Brndu.itcq aro nlnays In detnul as n result of tho practical tralnlai we Klvc. suMMr.it srnoni. now orrx We rordlally inlte parents nil rirosnectln Hturlenta to call and In-J sport our clacsroomi and obUIn Ml information regaining our courmi or to write for Catalog. Philadelphia Business College IBi . . wm. i sii;; an J College of CooubwI 1017 Chestnut St., Philadelphia Yeates School Lancaster :: Pennsylvania G8 miles from Philadelphia on tho main line of the Penn sjlvania Railrom'. Estate of 110 acres 4 miles from city. Trolley connection. Two athletic fieWls. Gymnasium, swimming pool. Prepares for any college or technical school. Small classes. Particular attention to individual work. Special provision for boys under 12 years of age. Catalogue and views upon request. REV. GEORGE ST. JOHN RATHBUN, Headmaster CHIROPRACTIC The Philadelphia School of Occupational Therapy 2131 SPRUCE STREET Tho course of seven months includes training in design, the .crafts and lectures in Anatomy, Psychology, Pathology, etc., withy two additional months devoted to Hospital Practice. Graduates in demand at good lalnrica. For further information, address MISS FLORENCE V. FULTON, Dean YOU have within yourself the essential to the advancement and SUCCESS of an ideal, whether that ideal is FAME, FORTUNE or SERVICE TO HUMANITY. As YOU THINK. SO ARE YOU. You can be what you will to be. What others have done and are doing you can do. THINK UIG. Put your THOUGHT into ACTION and ACHIEVE GREATER THINGS. Tho Greutest Thing in the World is HUMANITY. The Greatest Service is to bring HOPE, HEALTH, HAPPINESS to humankind. No other profession offers ns truly great an oppor tunity to serve folks as does CHIROPRACTIC. CHIROPRACTIC is a LIVING, VITAL PRINCIPLE. Thou sands of tho brightest minds have turned to its study as tho finest expression of SERVICE and SUCCESS. Can you be a CHIRO PRACTOR? WHATEVER OTHER MEN AND WOMEN HAVE DONE AND ARE DOING, THAT YOU CAN DO. The New York College of Chiropractic is the oldest and best organized in the East. Write for descriptive catalog and appointment. NEW YORK COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC 245 West 72d Street New York, N. Y. '(BqM for yVcrnvons A collearo with modern equipment, attractive campus and a vigorous college life. Ideally located in a' suburban site three miles from the city. Distinctive up-to-date degree and certificate courses in Liberal Arts and Science Music Household Arts Expression Secretarial Science MISS N. L. GOULD. Secretary For catalogue, address Cedar Crest College, Allcntown, Pa. Gettysfourg Academy A Finely Equipped Boarding School for Boys New buildings with first-class modern Jppointmcnt3. Ample playgrounds. New swimming pool. All sports. Super vised athletics. Beautiful and healthful loca tion near the mountains. A school with a home atmosphere. 95th year opens Sept. 21st. Rates, $350 to $425. For catalog address: F?& or Rev. CHARLES H. HUBER, Litt. D. Headmaster Box 143, Gettysburg, Pa. " ? m t? J H , mi ?$ iJ X ..M .f kJTL. m l '. T ai. ..? m'.i. . (VKTXil'3 -M 'i X: I'm Urz I ' I ! L i AMI '' .. AZ . .".WftJ "&iPsbw$&lwwMwffl SR&p- wBBBPm i : - . . AIIMIMNTKATIUN IILII.Dl.Nn Schuylkill Seminary READING'S JUNIOR COLLEGE, READING, PA. rnrurnirm nwj (ol!.gn course I.'ui iiirpurcrt to do two ot wlI'M nrk Hiioiir rurrUu u, Nfw athlotlr flflrt. I1I.W .llnl.. V . - j.. .-..-..- l.tilMlnir . '"in iiii'i ntv niuniiiinii itiinn - - i,.f,l Am Inteli ctual unt moral irnlnlnj.'. KmJuwmeiu nffordn mo.Irle ",r" ' cnl $i7o cm rir-i nmritfr brK,n fcpfrnhfr 1J. 1P2I (-atalogufl or Interview upon 'W "l.. 1'. Ti:i:i , . M.. i. ., rrril(1rnt VING COLLEGE AMD MUSIC CONSERVATORY Will begin 66th ycai Sept 28th. A. 13. course; Pipe Organ Piano Violin, Voice, Theoretical Subjects; Expression; Home Economics Secretaryship Public School Music; Outdoor BaBketball and Ten' nis; Hikes; Swimming Pool. In one of the most beautiful and healthful valleys in the world. Just outside of Harrisburg Four hours from N. Y. City and Washington; 3 hours from Phila and Baltimore. Select patronage. Terms, $450 to $700. Apply eurlv Overflowing patronage. Send for catalog. E. E. CAMPBELL,. A. M Ph. D., Pres. Mechonicsburg, Pa, ' OAK LANE country DMSCHOOL h.,lUPt?.,,onta "rty-ncre estate on White- Road, about half a servlue ' lMla- Available ttirougn "- u-Hr,Ii.fh!' a"- ''"nis; "'lequate playgrounds. Curriculum op", """'WKaiieii utiapiea 10 needs iintl interests oi cni" upper School prepares for nil colleges. Addie.ss ni.n l.R,ANCIS lM- FKOEMCIIKK, Head Master p""c; Mclroso 507 Oak I.ane, rliU8' TJH- -'tfiystv i .J Ij - A-ifJ-.j...CTjJJUjiHjyBKti4ji y.'.ia.