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Intercollegiate Athletics. For the regulation of intercollegiate athletics, the Faculty has adopted the following rules:
1. Any student who fails on more than two subjects during a collegiate month shall not be allowed to participate in match games during the ensuing month. If, by reason of absence or other cause, a grade on the month's work is lacking, the instructor shall give a temporary grade based upon the work done, and this temporary grade shall be used in determining the student's athletic standing until the regular grade is available.
2. No student who is found to be deficient in more than one subject for a term shall be allowed to play in any match game during the next college year. Change from one course to another, or from a regular to an irregular or special course, shall not interfere with the operation of this rule.
3. No graduate student shall participate in any match game unless he is taking at least twenty hours per week of graduate work; that is, work of a higher grade than is given in the regular college courses. Such student shall also conform to the rules of class standing as set forth in sections 1 and 2. Further, no graduate student of more than one year's standing shall participate in any match game.
4. No irregular or special student shall be allowed to represent the College in any match game unless taking at least twenty-four hours' work per week, of which not less than twelve hours shall be "theoretical" work.
5. No football player who leaves College before the end of the first term, except for reasons satisfactory to the Faculty Athletic Committee, shall be allowed to participate in match games during the next three college terms.
6. It shall be the duty of the Faculty Athletic Committee to see that the foregoing rules and regulations are strictly enforced.
7. No team shall be allowed to leave the college grounds to participate in any match games unless accompanied by a member of the Faculty, who shall be responsible to the Faculty for the conduct of the players and coaches while away from the College. Such representative shall be appointed by the Chairman of the Faculty Athletic Committee, and his expenses shall be included in the expenses of the trip.
Field Day.-May 1st is observed as a holiday for contests. in track and field athletics, such as running, hurdling, high and broad jumping, pole-vaulting, hammer-throwing, putting the shot, etc., and is known as "Field Day."
The A. T. Atherton Machine Co., Pawtucket, R. I.—One automatic feeder; one finisher lapper; one lot lap rods; half value on breaker lapper.
Saco & Pettee Machine Co., Newton Upper Falls, Mass
One 40-in. revolving top flat card; one Entwistle traverse grinder; one Entwistle drum grinder; one burnisher; one set carder's tools; one improved railway head, with back, front and full can stop motion; one 4 delivery draw frame, with back, front and full can stop motion, fitted with single preventer rolls; one 40 spindle slubber; one 60 spindle intermediate roving frame; one 80 spindle fine roving frame; one 128 spindle combination warp and filling ring spinning frame; one 72 spindle improved spooler. A sufficient number of gears were sent with these machines to make various changes that may be necessary.
Mason Machine Works, Taunton, Mass.-One 40-in. revolving top flat card; one Entwistle drum grinder; one stripper brush; one set carders' tools; one railway head, with back, front and full can stop motion; one 4 delivery draw frame, with back, front and full can stop motion, fitted with single preventer roll; one 112 spindle combination warp and filling ring spinning frame; one 40-in. plain loom; one 36-in. fancy cotton loom; one 36-in. 24 harness dobby loom: half value on combing machinery. All necessary gears with these machines to make the required changes.
The D. A. Tompkins Co., Charlotte, N. C.-One adjustable reel; one draw-in frame; one loom box; one doffer box; two section beams; one switch board, complete; one emery wheel and stand; one band machine; one saw tooth model gin; one spike tooth model gin.
Draper Co., Hopedale, Mass.-One 40-in. Northrop loóm; one 28-in. Northrop loom; one 48 spindle combination wet and dry twister; one 40 spindle spooler; one section warper; one ball warper; one Rhodes' banding machine, with Watt's patent marking device; section beams; temples as required; loom findings.
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, Providence. R. I.— Half value on following: One 32-in. loom, with 416 hook Jacquard; one 32-in. loom, with leno attachment; one 65-in. 4x1 box loom, with 624 hook Jacquard; one 36-in. Knowles "Gem" loom; one 36-in. fancy cotton towel loom; one 30-in. Knowles fancy cotton loom, with 16 harness dobby; two 16 harness dobbies.
Universal Winding Co., Boston, Mass.-One 6 spindle cone and tube winder.
Woonsocket Machine and Press Co., Woonsocket, R. I.— Half value on one 96 spindle jack roving frame.
T. C. Entwistle, Lowell, Mass.-Half value on one beaming frame.
Fales & Jenks Machine Co., Pawtucket, R. I.-Two combination warp and filling spinning frames, 80 spindles each; one wet twister, combined filling and taper top wind, 70 spindles; half value on twister like above, all necessary gears, etc.
T. B. Wood's Sons, Chambersburg, Pa.-One-fourth value on equipment of shafting, hangers and pulleys used in new extension of building.
Jones & Laughlin Co., Limited, Pittsburg, Pa.-The entire original equipment of shafting, hangers and pulleys.
Whitin Machine Works, Whitinsville, Mass.-Half value on following: One 40-in. cam loom; one 40-in. loom, with 20 harness dobby; one 30-in. duck loom; two combination warp and filling ring spinning frames, 80 spindles each; all gears, etc.
Schaum & Uhlinger, Philadelphia, Pa.-One top engine drive, self-balancing, hydro-extractor.
The Metallic Drawing Roll Co., Indian Orchard, Mass.Metallic drawing rolls for railway heads and draw frames as required.
Westinghouse Electric Co., East Pittsburg, Pa.-One 22 K W., 220 volt direct current motor.
The American Moistening Co., Boston, Mass.-Complete system of "Vortex” humidifiers, including pump, tank and connections.
Beattie Machine Works, Cohoes, N. Y.-One single elastic stitch looper.
E. Jenckes Manufacturing Co., Pawtucket, R. I.—One "Invincible" seamless hosiery knitting machine.
W. W. Altemus & Son, Philadelphia, Pa.-One bobbin winder.
New Bedford Paper Co., New Bedford, Mass.-Cops, cones, tubes, etc., as required.
Charlotte Supply Co., Charlotte, N. C.—All belting as required.
American Supply Co., Providence, R. I.-Heddles, heddle frames, reeds and loom supplies as required.
Loom Picker Co., Biddeford, Me.-Loom supplies.
The Emmons Loom Harness Co.-Cotton harness, reeds and loom supplies.
Roney & Rae Co., Woonsocket, R. I.-Twelve bobbin holders.
Steel Heddle Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia, Pa.— 2,500 patented flat steel heddles.
R. A. Blythe, Philadelphia, Pa.-One lot mercerized
Barber & Coleman, Boston, Mass.-One Barber knotter. National Ring Traveller Co., Providence, R. I.-One lot of spinning and twister travellers.
DeHaven Manufacturing Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.-One lot of spinning and twister travellers.
Victor Shaw Ring Traveller Co., Providence, R. I.—One lot spinning travellers.
Morley Button Manufacturing Co., Boston, Mass.-One lot spinning travellers.
Sykes & Street, New York, N. Y.-Collection of dye stuffs.
New York and Boston Dyewood Co., New York, N. Y.Collection of dye stuffs.
Victor G. Bloede & Co., Baltimore, Md.-Collection of dye stuffs and mordants.
Cassella Color Co., New York, N. Y.-Large collection of dye stuffs.
Kuttroff, Pickardt & Co., New York, N. Y.-Collection of dye stuffs.
Farbenfabriken, of Elberfield Co., New York, N. Y— Large collection of dye stuffs, over 300 samples.
H. A. Metz & Co., New York, N. Y.-Large collection of dye stuffs.
Grasselli Chemical Co., New York, N. Y.-Chemicals used in dveing.
Schoellkopf, Hartford & Hanna & Co., Buffalo, N. Y.Large collection of dye stuffs.
Roessler & Hasslacher Chemical Co., New York, N. Y.Sodium peroxide for bleaching demonstrations.
Berlin Aniline Works, New York, N. Y.-Collection of dye stuffs.
Chas. J. Fox, Philadelphia, Pa.-50 lbs. textile soaps.
Kalle & Co., New York, N. Y.-Collection of dye stuffs. A. Klipstein & Co., New York, N. Y.-Collection of dye stuffs.
Woonsocket Reed and Shuttle Works, four self-threading shuttles.
Southern Railway Co.-Half freight rates, over their lines, on entire original equipment of machinery. Donations to the Library.
Donations to the Library
Since the publication of the last catalogue, the library has received gifts from the following:
S. W. Reaves (1 vol. and "The Outlook" for 3 years); C. S. Bradford (9 vols.; "The Southern Literary Messenger," 7 Nos.; "American Scenery," Parts, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6); Dr. P. H. E. Sloan (22 vols.); S. L. Phillips (1 vol.); Miss Louie Simpson (1 vol.); Mrs. H. W. Mills and Miss Emily H. Smith (2 vols. and "The Southern Review," 3 Nos.; "The Southern Quarterly Review," 15 Nos.); J. Volney Lewis (1 vol.); O. M. Pegues (1 vol.); Col. Benjamin Sloan (1 vol.); Prof. H. I. House (1 vol.); subscriptions to the following: "The Prairie Farmer," "The Practical Farmer," "The Progressive Farmer," "The Southern Farmer," "The Southern Farm Gazette," "The National Farmer and Stock Grower," "The American Agriculturist," "The Breeder's Gazette," "Southern Mills," "Four Trade News," "The Greenville Daily News," "The Spartanburg Herald," "The Herald and News," "The Patriot," "The Manning Times," "The Athens Banner," "The Abbeville Press and Banner," "The Times and Democrat,” “The Clinton Chronicle," "Advocate of Peace," "The Baptist Courier," "The Baptist Press," "The Farm and Floral World," "Wool and Cotton Reporter," "Our Monthly."
NOTE.-A special book is kept in which the record of every donation is preserved, and a special label, stating the name of the donor, is placed in each volume presented.
Donations to the Museum
The Museum during the past year has received the following:
A silver sewing bird formerly owned by Mrs. John C.