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OFFICIAL FRATERNITY JEWELERS,
COLLEGE AND CLASS PINS.
RINGS, PRIZES AND TROPHIES. SPECIAL DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED.
That ACHE, BLUR OF TIRE Quickly,
Modern Education and pursuits tax the vision to the utmost. Poor vision handicaps more than lack of ability.
It is wise to give the eyes help when they need it.
EYES TESTED BY THE MOST APPROVED MODERN
METHODS AND GLASSES ACCURATELY FITTED.
C. D. TUCKER,
..Optician.. 8 MAIN STRERT. MEDFORD SQUARE
Rebounding cushion centresole.
The Resilia Shoe Co.
BOSTON and CHICAGO, St. Louis, St. Paul, Minneapolis
AND ALL POINTS
WEST, NORTHWEST SOUTHWEST.
Pullman Parlor or Sleeping Cars on all Through Trains.
For tickets and information apply at any principal ticket office of the Company.
D. J. FLANDERS, Gon'l Pass. & Tkt. Agt.
CHARLES H. LEONARD. D.D., Dean.
Requirements for Admission.
Candidates unknown to the Faculty must bring satisfactory testimonials as to character. It is expected that they will present themselves on the day preceding the first day of the academic year.
Bachelors of Arts are admitted to a three-years' course, without examination, to be candidates for the degrees of Bachelor of Divinity and Master of Arts. Candidates for the B. D. degree who are not Bachelors of Arts are required to take a four-years' course, and to sustain a satisfactory examination on average passages from the Latin of Cæsar, Cicero and Virgil; and on average passages from the Greek of Xenophon, Homer and the Gospels. Ability to read simple prose in French or German, and to write in French or German a paragraph upon an assigned subject, is accepted as an alternative for the requirement in Latin. They are also required to pass an examination in Greek, Roman, English, and American History; in Rhetoric ; in English Literature and in English Grammar and Composition.
Applicants from other Theological Institutions whose course of study is the eqivalent of that pursued in this institution will be received ad eundem.
For Catalogue, Circulars, or other Information,
address the Dean, or Professor George T. Knight, Sec'y,
Tufts College, Mass.