Case Western Reserve University - Nihon Yearbook (Cleveland, OH)

 - Class of 1893

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May 23-Adelbert BEATS Oberlin. What's the score? Six to four. Barnhart strikes out seven teen men. ADELBERT GGLLEGE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY NDEAVORS to give young men the best possible training, intellectual, moral, physical, Christian. Its standard of scholarship is high. Its requirements for admission are as exact as those of the best Colleges. It has ample facilities for giving the best that a College can give. It has a faculty of fifteen, well-equipped chemical, physical and biological laboratories, a library of thirty thousandvolumes, particularly full in the departments of History, French and English Literature, and containing in the library of Dr. Willielm Sherer, of the University of Berlin, which the library possesses entire, the best equipment in the country for the study of German Literature. lt offers three courses leading to degrees: the regular classical course, including Greek, a course in-which modern languages are substituted for Greekg and a course in which Science and an additional amount of Mathe- matics are substituted for Greek. After the Sophomore year the studies are largely elective. There are sixty-three electives for the student to choose from, embracing, besides the regular work in those studies, seven courses in Greek, eight courses in Latin, six courses in English Literature, three courses in Rhetoric, three courses in French, five courses in German, three courses in Spanish and I Italian, three courses in Mathematics, three courses in Biology, three courses in Physics a.nd Astronomy, five courses in Chemistry and Geology, seven courses in History and six courses in Philosophy. Religious Training is a feature in studentlife upon which emphasis islaid. The students maintain a College Young Men's Christian Association, and the exercises of each day are opened with prayers in the College Chapel. There is an effort to make the social life of the students as pleasant as possible, and the faculty endeavor to become personally acquainted with each undergraduate. The College is very favorably situated in one of the most beautiful parts of Cleveland. lt has a. large campus, which contains all the facilities for the practice of athletics, including a gymnasium equipped with the latest and best apparatus, a base ball diamond with a grand stand, a running track, tennis courts, etc. The pursuit of athletics in moderation is en- couraged by the faculty. May 25-'91 gets a Senior vacation after all. Their petition did it. A IV.

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May' 17-Prof. Whitman takes La Grippe. '93 takes a vacation in Physics. Western Resenlee University, CLEVELAND, OHIO. CHARLES F. T5dXX7ING, I31'eSiCI.e1115. I-ADELBERT COLLEGE: Chartered in 1826. Afaculty of fifteeng Library of 30,000 volumes, a first- rate Gymnasium: a Dormitory for sixty students. Terms, for tuition and inci- dentals, including gymnasium, S75.00. Rooms, 325.00 to 835.00 for each student. For information, address the Secretary, E. Bushnell, D. D. 2-THE COLLEGE FOR WOM EN. ' The College for Vvomen of NVestern Reserve University was organized in 1888. It was organized as independent, yet, as co-ordinate with the Adelbert College of Western Reserve University, established 1826. Its teaching force was, and still is, in part, composed of the prolessors of Adelbert College. The labora- tories and the large library have been, and it is proposed, shall be at least for present, used in common by students. In Greek, Latin, History, Philosophy, French, German and English Literature the College has teachers whollyits own. In the principal departments the College has its own professors, and in these and other departments it has the co-operation of the Faculty of Adelbert - College. Thus, each of these co-ordinate Colleges receive large benefits from the other. 3-DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE: Gustave C. E. Welaer, LL.D., Dean, and a faculty of twenty-two give instruc- ' tion in the New College Building on Erie street, in ample Amphitheatres and Laboratories and by Hospital Clinics, in a graded course, extending over three years. Address C. B. Parker, M. D., 161 Prospect st., for catalogue and details. 4.-DEPARTMENT OF D ENTISTRY to be opened in September, 1892. 5-DEPARTNI ENT OF LAW to be opened in Septe1nber,1S92. 6-DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC: The Cleveland Conservatory-F. Bassett and Charles Heydler, Directors, as- sisted by a faculty of experts in theory and in execution. Departments-Piano, Organ, String and Vocal. Location, Clarence Building, Euclid Avenue, at the head of Bond street. Address the Directors for details. University Diplomas given on examination. 'I-WESTERN RESERVE ACADEMY, AT HUDSON: Newton B. Hobart, A. lvl., Principal: in association with four other teachers. Dormitories, Boarding Hall and Gymnasium. For information, address the Principal. 8-GREEN SPRING ACADEMY, AT GREEN SPRING: Frank G. Houle, A. B., Principal: offers excellent means of preparation for college or business. For information, address the Principal. lvlay 17-Field Day. Best prizes, most records broken, most pretty girls in attendance. III.



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May 30-C. A. C. beat Case 21-1 in the morning. C. A. C. beat Adelbert 12-7 in the afternoon. Ie is the Qesine Of every high-minded man to be NEATLY AND STYLISHLY DRESSED. IT IS A QUESTION With many as to TVHAT is the most appropriate and where to get it. THOSE OF REFINED TASTE XVil1 at once decide that A TAILOR'S IS THE PLACE. BUT WHAT TAILOR 'Z Is the next question. To those whose sense of refinement requires FINE TAILORING, ' we will say that OUR Show 1Vindows, our Salesroom for our rentj are not so large' as most of our competitors can boast of, but we keep the expense of conducting business to the least possible cost. Vve avoid all risk through credit, and can give you Value, Real Net Value in Tailoring. OUR STOCK OF WOOLENS Is Larger and Finer tl1an you'llf1nd at Fancy Priced Places. slulwlkslu Glu Alb Alb Alb REED, The Tailor, IOO PUBLIC SQUARE, Bet. Ontario and Euclid. ' T H E Cleveland Dry Goods Company CLEVELANWS GREAT DEPARTMENT STORE, 120, 122, 124 and l26 Ontario st., Invite every resident of this growing city, and every stranger that visits our city, to make a tour ofinspection through their entire establishment. Understand, we donlt ask you to buy. Nvhat we want is to have you get a proper understand- ing of what we are doing, and the best way to get this is to pay us avisit. 'What you see makes an impression. We pride ourselves in saying that we are to Cleve: land and vicinity what "Wa11a1naker's" is to Philadelphia. XVe sell everything in the way of Dry Goods, 1XIillinery, Shoes, Carpets, Bedding, Glassware, Notions, Cloaks, Furniture, Curtains, Crockery, Household Hardware, etc. Every department is under the direct management of an expert in that partic- ular line of goods, and is handled as though it were a separate store, so you will discover that our business is not a "Jack of all Trades" affair. On the contrary, it is a Biercantile Institution, operated and conducted on the most ap- proved ninteenth century ideas and me- thods. Vve know what we are doing. VVe know what our competitors are doing, and with all due respect to them, we un- hesitatii-1glysayYOU OUGHT TO TRADE WITH US. 'We sell a greater variety of goods than any other concern in Ohio, and distributing vast quantities of mer- chandise, which enables us to buy large quantities, and always having the ready cash to buy with, we own our goods cheaper than other concerns, and as our ratio of expenses to sales is lower than other concerns in Cleveland, we can and do UNDERSELL THEM ALL. We will DC pleased to have you pay us a visit, and assure you that it will prove to be pleasant and profitable. The Cleveland Dry Goods Co., 120, 122, 124 and l26 ontario sf., CLEVELAND, OHIO. -Tune 4-Case Field Day. AdeIbert's pole vault record broken. V

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