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REV JOHN A W HAAS D.D.
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4:0 C 8.
will open Thursday, September 1, 1904, on the new college grounds of
hfty-Eve acres, at Twenty-third and Chew Streets, in new buildings with
a new President and revised and enlarged courses of studies. A
The main building is one of the finest college buildings in the
country and furnishes large. light, and airy recitation rooms, laboratories,
gymnasium, library, reading room, chapel, literary society halls,
assembly room. and rooms for students' organizations, as well as Presi-
dent's room, Treasurer's room, and will be heated with steam and supplied with eleckic
light, electric bells, telephones, and all modern conveniences.
The dormitories, consisting at present of " Berks Hall " and " Rhoads Hall," will
contain single rooms, double rooms, single suites, and double suites, with hot and cold
water, shower baths, steam heat, and electric lights.
The general expenses for the main building will be 575 which charge includes
tuition, privileges of the reading room, college library, gymnasium, and all material in
the General Course in Chemistry.
The room rents in the dormitories will be according to the class and location of
rooms, ranging from fzlj to 387.50 per year of forty weeks, including electric light, steam
heat, and service.
All students and new applicants will be required to register with the Treasurer, and
should make early application for rooms.
Catalogues giving fuller information will be sent on application.
W. WACKERNAGEL,i D. D.,
Q Acting President.”