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" The students shall be indulged with nothing which the world calls play. Let this rule be observed with the strictest nicety ; for those who play when they are young, will play when they are old. "
History of Methodism in Tennessee - Page 280
by John Berry McFerrin - 1888
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Universities, Volume 1

College students - 1893
...were the only outdoor exercises permitted. The students were prohibited "from indulging in anything which the world calls play. Let this rule be observed...when they are young, will play when they are old." In 1785 the Bishops issued a " Plan for Erecting a College intended to advance Religion in America."...
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History of the Old Baltimore Conference from the Planting of Methodism in ...

James Edward Armstrong - 1907 - 527 pages
...for the government of the institution. The 18th prohibited the students from indulging in anything which the world calls play. " Let this rule be observed...when they are young will play when they are old." The 29th provided that "a convenient room shall be set apart as a place for confinement." Students...
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Methodist Review, Volume 86

1904
...head cramming. Good for Cokesbury on this line!] 18. The students [nearly all of whom were young lads] shall be indulged with nothing which the world calls...play when they are young will play when they are old. [A sage reflection.] 19. Each student shall have a bed to himself, whether he boards in or out of the...
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Child life and the curriculm

Junius Lathrop Meriam - Education - 1920 - 538 pages
...college about 1785, "The pupils in this school shall engage in nothing that the world calls play ; for those who play when they are young will play when they are old." 1 Gayley, CM, Idols, pages 114-115. stages in his development. Play is not incompatible with work....
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Community Civics

Edgar Willey Ames, Arvie Eldred - Civics - 1921 - 387 pages
...neighbors." One of the colleges of one hundred and thirty years ago had a rule which read as follows : " The students shall be indulged with nothing which...when they are young will play when they are old." In the middle and southern colonies there was more opportunity for the children to let off some of...
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Community Civics

Edgar Willey Ames, Arvie Eldred - Civics - 1921 - 387 pages
...neighbors." One of the colleges of one hundred and thirty years ago had a rule which read as follows : " The students shall be indulged with nothing which...when they are young will play when they are old." In the middle and southern colonies there was more opportunity for the children to let off some of...
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A Lent Sourcebook

Peter Mazar, Robert Baker, Evelyn Kaehler - 2007 - 461 pages
...The student shall be indulged with nothing which the world calls play. Let this rule be observed with strictest nicety; for those who play when they are young will play when they are old. Unfortunately, the church and school were successful, and the children could not play when they grew...
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Humor Works

John Morreall - Business & Economics - 1997 - 268 pages
...the student shall be indulged in nothing which the world calls play. Let this rule be observed with strictest nicety, for those who play when they are young will play when they are old. But this prejudice is much older than our country. It was already well-established in the Bible and...
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Maryland: A New Guide to the Old Line State

Earl Arnett, Robert J. Brugger, Edward C. Papenfuse - History - 1999 - 649 pages
...indulged with nothing which the world calls play Let this rule be observed with the stnctest nicetyi for those who play when they are young will play when they are old" The college building bumed in 1795 and was not replaced Md 7 continues to Bushi which. as Harford Town....
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Essex Conversations

Collected by the Essex Conversations Coordinating Committee - Religion - 2001 - 320 pages
...a mainline faith declared, "We prohibit play in the strongest terms. Let this rule be observed with strictest nicety. For those who play when they are young will play when they are old." It is hard to believe that any American religion could have ever been so stifling. Yet when one remembers...
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