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Page 87 text:
HRew South GollegeK )ND Agricultural Hall are built on the site of the old building. tj The dormitory block presents a south front of 151 feet, is three stories high and divided by cross walls into three sections. These walls extend up through the roof and are capped with brown stone. Each section contains six rooms which, with the tower, makes the entire dormitory capable of accommodating forty-live students. Each study room is 15x16 feet and 10 feet high, with an arch connecting the two bedrooms, is amply supplied with heat- ing and lighting apparatus, is well ventilated, and contains an open fire-place of brick laid in red mortar. The basement of the reci- tation block is utilized for a large museum, workroom and photo- graph room, besides providing for the steam-heating apparatus. The ground floor is five feet above the ground level, contains a recitation room 23x32 feet, and other private work rooms. The second floor contains three lecture rooms. The building will be finished in white wood, in natural color, and stair cases of brown ash. The foundations are of Pelham granite and the walls of brick laid in red mortar with Longmeadow brown stone trimmings. Wm. C. Brocklesby, of Hartford, is the archi- tect, and Cutting Bishop, of Worcester, contractors. 75
Page 89 text:
ReYJised College Rules. I.— Stiicleuts may absent themselves from any recitation providing they can pass their examinations. II. — Tiie idea of getting an excuse from a college exercise is only a whim of the faculty. No notice need be taken of it hereafter. III. — Promptly at 7 a. m. the students shall repair to their respec- tive places for breakfast, whether shaving, dressing or studying. IV. — All meals lost, whether through sickness or otherwise, must be made up on Sundays after January 1st. V. — Students who have jack-knives may whittle anything they please, providing they do not loosen the foundations of the buildings. VI. — Hats must be worn in Chapel and boots left outside. VII. — Windows may be broken at the discretion of the students, as it costs the college but little to replace them and the janitor needs to be kept busy. 77
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