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Image from page 22 of "Annual catalogue of Saint Anselm's College" (1893)

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Title: Annual catalogue of Saint Anselm's College

Year: 1893 (1890s)

Authors: Saint Anselm College (Manchester, N.H.)

Subjects: Saint Anselm College (Manchester, N.H.)

Publisher: Manchester, N.H. : The College

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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ll the classes are examined before Christmas and Eastervacation and at the close of the collegiate year. Reports aresent toparents or guardians three times during the year toinform them of the conduct and improvements of their sonsor wards. Applicants that have attended another college will bestrictly obliged to forward their last report and testimonialsof their good standing. Upon entering, the student is ex-amined in the main branches selected, and placed in theclass for which he is found qualified. Non-Catholic students will be exempt from religious in-struction; still, for the sake of proper surveillance, theymust appear in the oratory for morning and evening devo-tions. Wednesday and Saturday afternoons are half-holidays. In order that all students may have the same author andthe same edition, the text-books should be procured at thecollege. If a student has kept his text-books neat and free frommarks, he may return them, and be credited according tothe condition of the books. 16


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SPECIAL DIRECTIONS. Every student should be provided with at least three suitsof clothes, two for daily wear and one for Sunday, an over-coat, three suits of light underwear, three suits of heavyunderwear, six pair of socks, one dozen handkerchiefs, sixshirts, collars, ties, four napkins, one napkin ring (initials),one tumbler, two pairs of heavy boots or shoes, one pair ofhigh rubber shoes (rubber boots preferable), clothes brush,shoe brush and blacking, six towels, warm gloves, two hats,one winter cap, one pair winter blankets, hairbrush, mirror,comb, toothbrush and toilet soap. Students are required to have light shoes for indoor wearexclusively. We would request students to provide a toilet box, or asmall tin chest, for minor toilet articles. • AH articles that may be sent to the laundry are to be dis-tinctly marked with name and surname of owner. Studentsmissing any article should apply without delay to the Pre-fect or to the Disciplinarian. Telephone and telegraph communicatio


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Taken circa 1893