College and the future : essays for the undergraduate on problems of character and intellect / ed. by Richard Rice, jr. ...
- Rice, Richard Ashley, 1878-1955
- New York ; Chicago [etc.] : C. Scribner's sons, 
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- xxiv pages, 1 leaf, 374 pages ; 20 cm
- Learning to write, by R. Rice, jr..--The question of style, by A. Bennett.--Life at Oxford, by J. Corbin.--Tom Brown's letter from St. Ambrose's college, by T. Hughes.--The social value of the college-bred, by W. James.--What is a college for by W. Wilson.--The training of intellect, by W. Wilson.--University athletics, by S. Newcomb.--Panen et circenses, by R. Rice, jr..--Idols, by C. M. Gayley.--Address to freshmen, by W. de W. Hyde.--Knowledge viewed in relation to learning, by J. H. Newman.--The college curriculium, by R. Rice, jr..--Losing one's religion: a student experience, by H. T. Colestock.--The religion of a college student, by F. G. Peabody.--Inaugural address, by A. Meiklejohn.--The strenuous life, by T. Roosevelt.--An apology for idlers, by R. L. Stevenson.--Crabbed age and youth, by R. L. Stevenson.--Thinking for yourself, from the London ?"Times".--The discovery of the future, by H. G. Wells.--The great analysis, anonymous.--The unity of human nature, J. J. Chapman.--appendix: For reference (p. 371-374).
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