TABLE OF CONTENTS
|INTRODUCTION BY ELMER ELLSWORTH BROWN, PH.D., UNITED STATES
COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION||xxvii|
THE ECCLESIASTICAL PERIOD OF OUR COLLEGES |
OUR EARLIER COLLEGES WERE BOARDING SCHOOLS: FLOGGING --
FAGGING -- FRESHMAN SERVITUDE -- COMMONS |
|The early primacy of Harvard -- Yale's founding||3|
|Study of earlier college conditions necessarily a study of Harvard||4|
|The earlier colleges were schools -- Harvard's founding||5|
|Her location and naming -- Schoolmaster Eaton -- His wife's confession||6|
|Early colleges paternal -- Flogging at Harvard||7|
|A specific example -- Cuffing at Yale -- Fagging||8|
|Freshman servitude rules at Harvard||9|
|Customs read to freshmen -- Freshman servitude at Yale||10|
|Abolishment of freshman servitude||11|
|Hazing foreseen -- Value of freshman servitude -- Its unfortunate sequalæ||12|
|Conditions change -- Commons -- Early rules and regulations||13|
|Regulating the boys' expenditures -- Sample menus 15
Commons at Dartmouth||16|
OUR EARLIER COLLEGES WERE BOARDING SCHOOLS: THEIR
LAWS AND THEIR INDIVIDUAL TRAINING |
|Early laws reflected severity of times||18|
|Strict regulation of boys' lives -- Harvard's earliest laws -- Entrance requirements -- Christ at the bottom -- Two Scripture readings daily
-- Profaning God's name, etc. -- Redeeming the time||19|
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Book title: Individual Training in Our Colleges.
Contributors: Clarence F. Birdseye - Author.
Publisher: Macmillan Company.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1907.
Page number: vii.
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