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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
wild , weak, witty, brave , quarrelsome incapables. Still the ones who had taken her un _d er the protection of their power and who had put forth these charges were the veiy ones who had made her so. Still she resists and is now as she alway s has been the most intensel y nationalistic peop le on the face of the globe. No peop le, less nationalistic , could hold themselves so hi gh under such great difficulties , or make themselves - as formidable to such a power as Eng land. It seems as if all this time she has been try ing to hold her own when it was absolutel y impossible. How terrible it is to receive no remuneration for all this perseverance _I These men go throug h life receiving nothing but insults and injustice and at-e cut off from any hope in dleath by the heartren dling reflection that they leave their children to bear , as their father , an abominable bondage. So it goes from generation to generation , One is filled with a feeling of sincere regret when he comes in conta...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
remuneration Wm E Gladstone will be known as the John the Baptist , or the forerunner of the Messiah. I-low sublime will be the picture when we see these poor unfortunates realizi ng what they fot’ so long have hoped and prayed for , see the sweetest scenery ever eye reposed on , undler their own care and feel that their prostrate land is standing erect among the nations fearless and unfettered. She will then have what evely State in our Union has , what Canada has , and will then be prepared to stand to soni c degree the criticism offered upon her. Oh , Rulers of Irelandi , wh y have you not sooner learned to lead that peop le by love whom all your severity has been unable to drive. W. P. _Baxw. OUR DUTY. ONE o ~ the important duties of every college student is to develop his faculties as a writer , and the onl y means of so _d oing is, as in all other development of inherent and dos-. mant qualities , to practice. For onl y by prac. tice can the requirements of a writer be made ap...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
LOCALS. _uA pple butter Clam’t ~ e," " _i _~ n ’ it ~ )litfltpt against the stone wall." Did you hear it go bang bang ? I-dave you heard Weidner _’s new songs? FOOT BALL. _"Bless these dear youth." " ‘Tis a jewel without Price." _"I wonder who mi ght have been (Ben). " Pump kins on the half shell by Agriculturalist Watts. You shouldi read the piece entitled "A College Widow. " "Lucy " thinks that it is a long lane that has tio turns. Mrs. Loyd is quite a success at getting up lecture parties. Ask l3ohn what they use the "Tratisoni " for in surveying. How many Sop hs will joit i Prof . Potid _’ ~ ~ ‘Hologen group ?" By a motive of translation and rotation , one produces a tent (_io). The cry of the itifant is heat-d throug hout the vicinity of the college. The new school house is the missiti g link between State College and Sowerstown. Danforth is thinking seriousl y of etigag iti g iti agricultural pursuits. We wonder wh y. If ~ professors wish th e _stud ents to be putnctual , they...
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
Sam. Crawford has struck a scheme this year to get his clothing cheap. What it is we couldn ’t S (ch) affer laughing. It is strange to say that on the morning of September 30th and October 4th all of the faculty andl assistants were present at chapel . There are a few things in the catalogue of ‘88 and ‘89 which should be omitted , until some future time, especially the foundry course. A rare chance to culvate a graceful carriage is given in Rhetoricals. Only four elaborate bows are required to speak a three minute declamation. Don’t ask Brown or "Hilde" what kind of a time they had at Beech Creek, The walk was too much for them. Their remembratice of the ‘party ’ is obscuredh, "Mr. Loyd will you please walk forward ,’ Has anybod y seen atiything of McJuin D’s horse, with "foine pasterns atidi stiddy gait." _"Heppe. "—Mr . Referee ! Mr. Referee I claim a foul." Ref .— "\Vhat on "Heppe." —"On general priticiples." One of our Professors who last year wheeled himself about oii a bicycl...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
224 THE FRE Loyd thinks it is a mi ghty mean thin g to duck a fellow just for teariti g out another fellow’s room. He has found out the "Old Lady" is tiot to be fooled with . Phil. Foster has changedl _h is course fi-om mechanic arts to Geology. We presume he was proniptedl to take this step _iii ot-dher to take adlvantage of the excellent opportunity fot’ fossiliferous itivesti gation afforded in the latter department. The following are the officers selected to the Cresson Literary Society: President , Miss Ball; Vice-President , J.W. _Fiel ~ ls; Recording Secretary, M . S. McDowell ; Correspot iditi g Secretary, Greenwood; Critic , Weilati _dl ; _EdUtors , Small and Watts, Wh y is the Gymnasium like the _niihlen . nuni Because it is a dream of the future. Prof.—Mr. A explaiti the condition of a mart who is bewildered , (Knowing _Freshmati) . —H e has the " razzle-dazzle." On Friday evening, October r 8th , Rev. Cortielius , of Phi li psburg, delived a lecture in Chapel on "Shots a...
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
THE FREE LAN CE. 225 The cut was sewed shut by Dr. Glenn, but on accouti t of its growing niore painful he was compelled to go home. Mr. Gilkey, his room niate, went along to assist him , At the present time we _h ear that lie is no better , but hope to see him again before loti g as well atid as whole as ever. But his head was surel y level , When lie said that anal ytics Were invented by the—old _niattieninticiuns Foot Ball. Buckne ll vs. State College ," So the posters said. But of ‘ course this did not mean atiything. Postets grow on trees up here and it is not th e least bit of trouble to post bills, make arrangements for excursion trains ati d to attend to a diozeti other niinor affairs that go in with working up ati interest of a ganie of ball, . Undoubtedl y the little fable about the straw that had such a prodi gious effect upon the camel will be recalhedl and profited by in the future. J osep hs’ latest in the Combination Cotiil _atiy: Mr. Berry_, — "If de Presideti t ob d...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
equall y pleasing is the fact that it was due etidirel y to their own efforts, Their Chapter I-louse was very tastefull y decorated for the event. Pretty iti themselves , the rooms were beautifull y set off by well placed drapei’y in the colors of the Fratert _iity. Mesdiames Olcis, Pond and Wolfe were the _patrotiesses and receive d with the grace and dligtiity of Queens , ati d _duriti g the evening contributed much to the enjoyment- _ati d success of th e party. The guests began to aitive about 8.30 o’clock , atiioti g whom we wet-c much pleasedi to see Dr. ati dl Mt’s. Athet -toti _and Prof. ati d Mrs . McKee. Among the many _chi armiti g young ladhies who were presetit fi-otii a distance were the Misses Meek , E-Iayes, Orv is , Linn , Keller , Gray and Rose. The guests were not long itt findling their way to the ball room , _whi cie , to the inspiring strains of the _orchestr a , the iiierty hoiti-s were quickl y whiled away. Refreshments were served in a room on the second flo...
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
mainly literary or newsy," "The relatioti of the College Journa l to the Faculty, " ami d the relation of the Journal to the Alumni. " These subjects were then opened to general discussioti ati d various others introduced. No amendments were added to the constitution to the effect that instead of _tiieetitig on the first Saturday in November , th e Associatioti convene twice each year, on the first Saturday in October and March; ati d that the Association letters be droppedl and instead each journal in the Associatiot i see that it has every other journal on its exchange list amid be particular to cli p all attiches of innportance to the Association as far as possible. Dr. and Mrs Atb erton- gave a reception to the College classes on Fridlay evening, November _1_st. Thanks to our Presid ent and his wife , the evening was very profitabl y ati d deli ghtfull y spent. Dancit ig was indul ged iti , after which a li ght collatioti was served. The students appreciate the value of such gat...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
on the 9th of November. We congratulate theni heartil y. Out of a class of ovet 400 Freshmen at Yal e onl y eight h ave so far presented thetiiselves for dail y training in foot-ball. R_. G. Davies, who is ktiow _ml to matiy of tb-me older students , bias moved his place of business from Tyrone to _Altootia, Dr. Arnisby and Prof. Butts attended _th e last nieetitig of the State Agricultural Society at New Castle. Messrs. Newburn , H eppen stall ami d Spensz, of Pittsburg, visited their sons at P. S. C. _recetitl y. Prof. Bu ckhout was present at the last meet. il-m g of the State Forestry Commission held at Philadel phia. Miss Atina T. Peabod y, of Salem , Mass. has for sotii e time past beeti vi siting at the pretty home of our Presicletit , Dr. Atherton . Misses Martha Keller, Blanche I-lays at-m d Caroline Orvis , of _Behlefonte , attended the reception given by the Beta Theta Pis, During their stay at college they were the guests of Mrs. Jas. Y. McKee. John G. Mitchell , formerl...
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
The reports current as to the fin at _iciab condition of Johns Hop kins University are being strenuousl y denied. Nearl y $300,000 has been received during tb-m e last half year. Seventy-five American college libraries were last year augmented to the amount of a hundred thousand volumes, Harvard, Columbia , Cornell , Boston University, Yale and Princeton received tb-m e largest editiotis. At the University of Zitrich twenty-n ine women are studl _yiti g medicine , fourteen philosoph y and two political economy. The youti g ladies of the Wisconsin University are stim dy it-m g carpentry, and they am-c _gaitiit g proficiency iti the n-mechanical department as rap idb ly as in the more ititellectual studies in which they are engaged. The new building of Pennsy lvania College at Gettysburg bias been dedicated. Teii thousatid students are at present at tenditig the Utiiversity at Cairo, Egypt. Dartmouth _stmmdct its liave subscribed _$_i ,obo for the support of their foot-ball eleven. EX...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
The Temp le College News conies to our table for the first time. Although small in appear amice yet we would utiderstati d by tb-me editorial "To Our ew Students " tb-mat it hiad conic to stay. We wish you success. We notice quite a dearth in the literary department of ti-m e _Dickinson_/ a n for October. With this exception it is up to the old standard. Tue editorial in The University Gynic on Military Drill is right to ti-me point. But _thi ~ state of affairs does not exist in every insti tutio n where tactics are tau g h t. If young men could only see the great benefit to be _d erived from thoroug h disci plitie , we think there would be iio n-more trouble in the ti-matter. The front cover , the editorials and ti-m e locals of Thee Campus impress its favorabl y. We only hope your first visit will not be ti-me last. Fiom the Da rtmouth Lit., for September , we clip tb -mis little poem oti " True Friendship : " _‘_1_’ _~ vo t)I-ight iam-ch-ops fell togettiet-‘[‘owaid the summit of ...
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
LETTER BOX. LANCASTER , Pa., Oct . 20 , _178 9. Editors Free Lance: Franklin and Marshall comtiiemiced ti-m e _103rd year of her existence under tb-m e most auspicious circutiistances. _Th e prospects for ti-me coming year are very encouraging. The total number of studetits in attendance is two hundred. It is with regret that we part with Dr. App le, who, foi twelve years , has been our honored President. A worth y successor, however, has beeti found in tb -me pet-sot-i of Dr. Joh n S. Stabir, Professor of Natum’ab Sciemice . Dr, App le now devotes his whole tini e to tea ching in the Theological Seminary. Mat-my improvement to the builchitig andl about the camnpus were made during ti-me summer. TI-m e college library has been 1-enovated under ti-me direction of Prof. Keiffet-. The several libraries now cotitaimi about 25,- 000 _volitmes , _arm d additions are being made constantly to ti-mis nuniber. The Linn _~ ean Society, of tb-mis city, bias presented its valuable collection of ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
Under the auspices of Tnn Fiutu LANCE HON. B. K. BRUCE Ex- United States Senator from Mississippi , Will _lectimr e in the College Chapel , on Wed nesdiay Evening November 20th. SUBJ EC " The Race Proble m. " Ex-Senator l3ruce , who was Register of ti-me Ti-easury utider Garfield’s administratioti , is a powerful am-md impressive speaker.
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
MYSELF JAMES VICK , SEEDSMAN , Rochester, N MYSELF . A charming poem , clesCl’it)ing a little girl’ s childhood , _ittu s _ tr itteci text , 24 pages abou t _I _oxL_2 inches , on heavy plate paper , _12 beautifu l fuml-pag e pictures in fout’ tints , enclosed in illuminated covers, The best jud ges praise it wi th enttnisinsm. If offered for sate in usual way $2.00 would be a low _price. A beautiful _birth day, wedding or Christmas present , GIVEN FREE TO EACH subscrit_,cr to Vick’ s Illustrated Monthl y Magazine , containing 32 pages of reading matte_,’, nunsem’ous fine illustrations and handsome colored plate in each _miumber. I)_evoted to culture of flowers , fruits , house plants , home grounds , gardens , village and stm’eet improvements , etc. Closing its _12t h year, amid comitisimis the best and most reliable inIormnation on all garden and plant subjects. Price ,_~ 1_.25 a year , including a CO~~ of the Art Premium " M yself ," which alone ia considered worth umuch more than...
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
EVERY DAY Music OLIVER DITSON COMPANY, Boston. H, DITSON & CO., J, E. DITSON & CO., 867 Broadway, New York. 1228 Chestnut St., Phi/a The SOL IOd of one of _DimsoN _COMPAN Y _’S famou s _OVITARS_, _BANJOS, M ANDOLI N _S_, is always in unkon wIt h restful _pleas. ure on summe r or winter clays . Most enjoyable _Muni c Books are COLLEG E SONGS, (50 ohs .) 150,000 sold. COLLEGE SONGS for Banjo _(_$1. 00.) Gu Ita r ($1.00.) GOOD OL D SONG S W E USED TO SING , (_$1.00.) PR AISE IN SON G, (40 Ct_,,_) Now Gospel Songs. TEMPERANCE RALLYING SONGS, (_35 (its.) SONG HARMONY , _00 ct _~ .) FIne 4 PIUt songs. POPULAR SONG COLL ECTION , ($1.) 37 good songs. SONG CLASSICS, (_$1.00) 50 milgIt-o ta ss _souys_, SONG CLASSICS , ALTO VOICE , ($100) 47 songs. CLASSIC TENOR SONGS ($1.00) 30 songs. CLASSIC BARITONE OR BASS SONGS , ($1.00) 33 songs. CHOICE VOCAL DUETS , ($1.00,) TIme newest. POPULAR DANCE MUSIC COLLECTION , ($1.00.) POPULAR PIANO COLLECT _IOI _~ , ($1.00) 27 _Pieces. CLASSIC...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
T J. DE BOIS A_\ _p i_1_t i _~ _~ _~~~ New Rooms la/ ely equipped wit/c the most cocci fo r table Fnrmz_’_ure. STATE COLLEGE. PA. SCHAFFE R & SONS Tz~ iIor Have a fine selection of Woolens of the latest and most popular designs. The very latest shape s of HATS AND CAPS ~ r ~ t1~ n_1_er ~ ’s Fur~ isth ~ g ~ ood& Fine Neck wear a specialty MILITARY UNIFORMS FOR PRICE , FIT AND QUALITY ARE UNEQUALED . STATE COLLEGE, PA ~ ~
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
(PENOERIAN )TEEL PENS ___ Best, ~~ ZN TILE ESSENTIAL _QVAUTI ES _OF Du r ability, Evenne ss of Poi nt, and Workmanship. _Rn mp_1 ~~ for trini of 12 dIfferent Btylos by nail 1, on veautm’t of 10 _colmiN In _m ~ _tImin _h_,_n_. Anic _icr _ear,t _No, _8_. IVISON_, BUKEM N & CU,, ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
Cl339 . . 1kUT11_M11 ~ ~ ~~ ondou ~~ IyI ~ 5 FALL OVERCOATS, F L SUITS, FALL TROUSERS HE style, Cham-acter and quality 1 of our Special London-m ade Clothing is exactly right fot those who _d ress fashionably. ~~~~ . 0. ThoM PSON, SPEOI L~ :_• LONDON -MADE •:~ CLOTHING 1338 Chestnut Street, Phi/ada _~ ~~ - ~
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
[DREJ A Engraving and Fine Stationery House , 1121 Chestnut St., Ph _iladel ph _I a Commencement, Class Day, Fraternity, Reception, and Wedding Invitations, Programmes, Menus, &c. Steer P/ate Work for Fraternities and College Annuals, Designs for Annual Covers and Cartoons. Fine Stationery with Fraternity or Class Die, Monogram, Crest, Address, &c. All work is executed In the establishment _t_,,,dcr our _personal _sLL per _viom _oll _, and onl y In t _h e best _manlier, Unequaled _f_._tc_1_fltle ~ and long practIc al experience , enab le us to pro _d _u ce the _u_,_ewest _stytc ~ _ant _I most artIstI c _effects , _wh_,_Ile our reputation i ~ a guarantee of t _h e qualIty of t _h e prod uctiouLs of _th is _house. t esigns_, Samples and Prices Sent on _AppllcmtIott
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
TH _S ID ~~ Automatic Cut-Off . Engine _ID_, _IDII_,_l PERFECT REGULATION AND HIG HEST ECONOMY. TRACTION PORTABLE ENGINES , STEAM ROAD ROLLERS. BOILERS, AND SAW MILLS FOUNDRY M _cHlw E DEPM R TMENT . HARRISBURG CAR MANUFACTURING CO HARRISBURG. PA. ~~ ~