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140 THE CRISIS ADVERTISER 40 Teachers and Workers Over 600 Students TALLADEGA COLLEGE Rev. F. A. SUMNER, President TALLADEGA, ALABAMA A School for Training Leaders Positive Christian Influence EQUIPPED FOR STANDARD WORK IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Twenty Buildings Electric Light Steam Heat Hot and Cold Water Four Laboratories Library of 16,000 Volumes Pipe Organ Model Farm Modern Hospital Athletic Field Good Board Expense Low Departments and Courses Scientific Classical Educational Theological Bible Institute Academy Conservatory of Music Agriculture Domestic Science and Arts Nurse Training Manual Training Printing Social Service For Catalog and Information, address THE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, Talladega College, Talladega, Alabama. The Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute Founded by Booker T. Washington An institution devoted to the training of young men and women. Courses in Agriculture, Teacher Training and forty trades. Exceptional opportunities for earnest students of limited means. Address: ROBERT R. MOTON, Principal, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama. The Alcorn A. & M. College Alcorn, Mississippi State A. & M. College for Negroes Departments: Academic, Agricultural and Mechanical; Strong Faculty, healthful location; terms reasonable. For catalog of information address, L. J. ROWAN, President, Alcorn, Mississippi. BIDDLE UNIVERSITY CHARLOTTE, N.C. Biddle University, operated under the auspices of the Northern Presbyterian Church, has four Departments — High School, Arts and Sciences Theological and Industrial. The completion of a Grammar School course is the requirement for entrance to the first year of the High School. The School of Arts and Sciences offers two courses of study, the Classical and the Scientific. In the scientific, German is substituted for Greek or Latin. The entrance requirement for the Freshman Class is 15 units of High School work. The Theological Department offers two courses, each consisting of three years. The first is purely English. Greek and Hebrew are taught in the others. All students in the High School Dept. are required to take trades in the Industrial Dept. For further information, address President H. L. McCrorey, Charlotte, N.C. J. BRICK AGRICULTURAL, INDUSTRIAL AND NORMAL SCHOOL BRICKS, Edgecombe County, N. C. (On A. C. L. R. R.) The School offers a first-class High School Course, including Domestic Science, Domestic Art, Agriculture, Work in Wood, Iron, and Mechanical Drawing, Piano and Vocal Music, Night School. A Two Year Teacher-Training Course Is Open to High School Graduates. Teachers and officers, 22; enrollment, 315 — boarders, 212. Cottages and buildings, 23. School farm, 1129 1/2 acres. Strong athletic, literary and Christian associations. School term 33 weeks. Environment fine. Telephone and telegraph Enfield, N. C. For further information write T. S. INBORDEN, Principal, BRICKS, N. C. "JUST THE PLACE FOR YOUR GIRL" Daytona Normal and Industrial Institute for Negro Girls, Daytona, Fla. Beautiful location, ideal home life, fine, modern equipment. Courses include Kindergarten, Primary, Grammar, High, Normal, Vocational. Nurse Training at McLeod Hospital a specialty. Terms reasonable. Send for Catalog. MARY McLEOD BETHUNE, - - Principal. Mention THE CRISIS
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