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Page 132 - In any triangle, the square of the side opposite an acute angle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides, minus twice the product of one of these sides and the projection of the other side upon it.
Page 67 - Candidate must lay before the Standing Committee a satisfactory diploma, or other satisfactory evidence that he is a graduate of some University or College, or a certificate from two Presbyters appointed by the Bishop, or, where there is no Bishop, the Clerical Members of the Standing Committee, to examine him, of his having satisfactorily sustained an examination in Natural Philosophy, Moral Philosophy ,and Rhetoric, and...
Page 129 - ... annual meeting of the Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools of the Southern States in 1910, is here reproduced in condensed form with omission of the comprehensive detailed bibliographical data.
Page 67 - An examination of the literary qualifications of a Postulant or Candidate shall extend to his knowledge of the English language and literature, and at least the first principles and general outlines of logic, rhetoric, mental and moral philosophy, physics and history, and the Latin and Greek languages.
Page 129 - Of the above subjects, examinations in history, geography, and English shall be required of all students admitted to college, provided that students pursuing technical studies in not more than two subjects may be excused from these examinatians.
Page 96 - Dear Sir: Mr of is a gentleman of good moral character. I recommend that he be allowed to enter upon his medical studies in your college.
Page 62 - That the American Bankers' Association most earnestly commends not only to the bankers but to all intelligent and progressive citizens throughout our country the founding of schools of finance and economy for the business training of our children, to be established in connection with the universities and colleges of the land, upon a like general plan as that of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, so ably set forth by Professor...
Page 102 - DEGREE. Every candidate must be twenty-one years of age, and of good moral character ; he must give evidence of having studied medicine or dentistry three full years ; he must have spent at least one continuous year at this school, have presented a satisfactory thesis, and have passed all the required examinations.