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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

lower drudgeries of life , nevertheless is universal when referred l to the hi gher planes of the business andl social worl _d . _Evel_? in sporting and amusement circles the same partiality is dom in ant. Says a writer in one of our Southern exchanges , commenting on the fact that one of the guards of the Harvard foot-bal l team was a negro . "If anyone wants to precip itate a ‘ i-ace conflict ’ in N orth Carolina , let him organize negr o foot-ball teams. The Spanish bull fight would sink into insi gnificance .’’ How readil y and quickl y an inhuman white man or insane negro , taking advantage of these _pr ej uclices and animosities , wouldl Precip itate a conflict between the two races , could onl y be known should the occasion arise. _Deni agogues and sentimentalists have endeavored to close our eyes to any present danger , but it exists notwithstanding. Divers and diverse have been the theories _ad vanced for the amelioration of the negro and the removal of this prej u dlice an...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

THE FREE the students, We understand that the faculty has not the power to make changes of this kind but , owing to the peculiar circunistances attending the time for the opening of the winter session , it took upon itself the responsibility of the change in order that the convenience of the students mi ght be better _served . The trustees will undoubtedl y look upon this action with perfect satisfaction and would pi-obabl y have dlone the same if their meeting had been held befo ie the close of the session. A _CHRI STMAS DISAPP OINTMENT. ~~~ OB CR ADLEY was walking up to his _1_. dormitory this evening with a more than ordinary thoug htful look upon his face. Usuall y he was rather gay sp irited , but now he appeared to be in a state of decided wretchedness. And ! no wondler ! I-Ic had just received , that bane to all college men , a letter containing b ~ d news from home. I-Ic reached his hand w ithin his coat pocket and ! drew forth the forb _och ing missive for a second perusal....

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

other met in mid-field and seemed desirous of engaging in battle before the real contestants appeared. But now the two teams came in si ght and were greeted by thunderous and insp iring cheers from every side. Cradley, notwith standing his _d isinclination to play, had his objections overruled , and was among their number _, He badi not heardl from home in the meanwhile , and was in a most dejected mood in consequence. But he bit his li p, and! started _! in to play with a dogged dieter _m ination that meant danger to any one who OppOSCdi him . After a little _pr _elim in aiy practice , the two teams were drawn up and tini e was _calledl. They proved ! to be pretty evenl y matc hed. Tug and strain as they mi ght , neither seemed to be able to gain the advantage of the other. 1-lammer and tongs at it they went. Now they would be all clown in a heap in the centre of the field , then they _wouldl rush wildll y towards the endh in pursuit of the ball , onl y to follow it back agaiii , p...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

T H E FRE " Yes , and here is a letter th at was broug ht up from the office for you , thoug h I don ’t suppose ~OU care to i-cad it now I" exclaimed 1-latley. " I’ll lay it down here on the table. " Cradley could not restrain his impatience , but reached out for it , and tore it open with trembling hands. What is that ? The writing appears blurred , "Am able to pleasantl y disappoint you ; revei ses tided! over ; am now on safe footing again. " Can he believe his own eyesi ght? " Leave me boys ," lie mutters ; _"I am afraid I need a little rest to restore my nerves ," and alone , l y ing with his face turned _toward s the wall , lie graduall y brings his mind back to its ordinary state of equilibrium from which it had wandlered for now almost a week, Not such a bad feeling to celebrate Christmas with after all , to know that one is a football hero , andl second , but by no means least , to know that one has safel y passed a senior examination. At any rate , so thoug ht Bob Cradley,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

he has cleatedl ; whic _h certainl y indicate that they found i their belief in a Supreme Being from the existence of the _ci _eation_. Such a course of reasoning may seem cold andl foi-ei gn to out- conceptions of ieli gion , but trul y, it is onl y in appearance , for wh y _sh _ould _1 not _the Ci’eator take adv antage of such , to ni ake us susceptible to the grand truths which he wishes to inipress upon us? _\‘ Vh y shoul _d lie iiot allow reli gious beliefs to be dleveloped in this m anner To us it seems as pi’obable as ally, and none the less fr ui tful in results , Reli gion is certainl y pl-ogi-cssing as all things a ~ -e. Theologians tell us to the contrary, but all the ages of the past show us that oui- preset _i t form of belief is but the outgrowth of the crudest doctrines , Such a solution as the above ut-ges us to do our _in divi _d ual p art _iii d eveloping the _h i ghest type of reli g ious belief , beh ieving as we do , that onl y by so doing, can \V ~ approach our...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

LOCALS Samuel Gnieb Crawford. Ghost boug ht a new p i pe. Read the _‘‘ Communication Column. " Ask " 1-h id e" to _d escribe " Idiotic Gas.’’ Rising _Fr eshm en_, —Mot z and Bob Furst. They came! They played ! We conquere _d _I I-low we niiss the " young _ladhi es of the village. " A text-book for Seniors and Junior s—P. S. C. reports. Ask Bt ew who McGi lity is if you want to make him laugh. A number of students ate Thanksg iving dinner at their homes. The ieward of patience aii d perseverance—Walton Mitchell ’s moustache , Sny dei has instituted a " Red Letter Day " for the benefit of til e students. Boxes from home—feasts at ni ght—bad dreams—severe headaches—Flunks Oh! my beads ! niy beads ! my beads ! Chick y ! Chick y ! Chick y I— " Baby. " Mr. McD oweh l is pronounced by every one to be the future ot ator of State College. Griffin to , " Col. " " _‘Why didn ’t you put something in the last paper about my whiskct-s The Vesta boat -ding club has changed its yell to Poor Raw Rye...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

When the Lafayette foot-bal l team leat-ned that there was a " bottle" in our club , they imniedliatel y _tiled! to break "it ,’’ and did! SO, Pooch Readi as lie sat upon the narrowest end of a needle placed perpendicularl y to the seat of , a chair exclaimed , " Who ’s got it ?" A wal k of some kind fi om the college to _th e east gate is much needed _h , as a great many of the stud lents go in that dhrection to their meals. _I_’o dlelinquent _stud ents :—Insure yourselves against pay ing that " _condli t iolled " dollar by securing a 25c. policy from the Libt ary Insurance Co. (?) Messrs. P. M. _Browii , Yocuni and Girvin , ~ vet-e the guests of Mr. George Meek over Thanksg iving. _\‘Ve predict that soni , e dlay in the near future Shield s and Camp will have a _dluel. You should see the envious glances which _th ey cast at each other. Recentl y, fifth hall has been the scene of several enjoyable dances. The first _thin g one hears after io o’clock , _i’. M. is " Get your partners...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

When the stitdetits collect in great numbers in _Stly der ’s store to wait foi’ the U. S. (usuall y slow)’ mail , their favorite song is, " We won ’t go home until t iiorning unless lie puts us out. " They sometimes go home. All of the Professor ’s recitation rooms have been furnished! with new desks and soft bottomed ! chairs. Probabl y they will not now walk about the room so much , and thus give one an opportunity to make better recitations. As the _resu lt of a " prep" racket , one ate Thanksg iving turkey at home , some were put on special probation , some on extra special probation , and others on different kinds of probation too numerous to ment ion. The models which Professor Reber ordered while at Paris , to represent the valve geaniti g of the Cot-hiss and other hi gh speed eng ines have at-nived , and can now be seeii in the rooms of the mechanical engineering departmen t. There is a i-tt tiior in circulation , that two hours d!rill a day will be expected of the students ...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

Ex-senator B. K. _Bru ce lecture _d in the college chapel on the evening of November 20, It was due to tile FREE LANCE _nianagcnieti t _th at the _stud ents and! public in general were given the opportunity of listening to a strong and convinciti g argument on the Race _,Problam. Mr. _Bru ce thoroug hl y _und erstood what he was talking about , and with his dhst inct enunciation and happy selectioti of words , with just enoug h plantation _hu mor , his lectui-c was a decided treat. An epidemic of Amateur Photograp h y has struck the college. ‘‘Dad ,’’ "Sal" and! "D ink ,’’ expect to terrorize the nei ghborhood this coming year. This will be a sad blow to the frequetiters of Deer Park and Lover ’s Lane , as they will always be in mortal fear of the photograp hic fiend _pout ticing upoti them at any time , and thus possibl y perpetuating a very interesting scene. ‘Tis darkl y whispered that amateur photograp hy receives _encou ragement from interested authority. By the appearance of t...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

42 THE FREE LANCE FOOT-BALL. LAFA _YETTE , 26. —STATE COLLEGE , 0. The foot-ball team started! November 8th to play Lafayette and Lehi gll. _Iii order to play Lafayette oti the 9tii it was necessary for the team to start the evening before , Stopping ovet- ni ght at I— _larrisbu rg we arrived at Lafayette about noon of the 9th . There was some hesitation at first , whether the game shouldi be played as schedluled or postpotiedi until _Tuesdlay. This at-ose from the desire of Lafayette to postpone _tu e gani e on account of the miserable condition of til e gi-ounci s, caused by _couit inued _i ~ vet weather. However it was s _.ttled we sh _ou ld play oti the 9_th , _aild! so the game was called at 3.00 _I_’. M. by Mr. _Em ery, of Lehi gh , who acted as referee. Snod grass of Lafayette , being ump ire. We won the toss and chose the ball , Lafayette takitig the upper goal We started off with the ball making ei ght yar _d s and then lositi g in four downs, Lafa yette by short rut is _th...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

Wheui time was called at 4.05, the euld of til e first half , the score stood 58 to o in favor of Lehi gh. In the secouldi h alf 1— leppensta _hl was substituted for Reed , and Bush was put centre-rush. _Leh i g h changed end rushers , substituting Waikeu- for Riddick , Twice out- team had the bal l insi _d e of Lehi gh’s 25-yaic! line , auid _ouice m adle u ~ ya u cls with a V, Orbiso n taking tile ball. _Shiorth y _i ~ fter Graham madl e a fine run of 20 yards , bit t was tackled and hurt ; lie contiuiued playing, but t was _uuiab le to _d o mu ch , Rain feil during til e etitire game, _i ~ n ch five minu te s bef ore end of second half tull e was _calledi , by request. Til e tackling of our team was _generall y very good , while that of Graham , Foster , Orbisoui and H ile deserve special mention. The centu- e, thoug _h weak , comparativel y, at tinies showed good work. Dashiil , Rafferty and Warriner playedl the best game for Lehi gh. The teams were :— _l ~ ohn , _I .eft-cnd , ‘...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

COMMUNICATIONS . (_Th e _editoi_’ _~ i do not _h old thi close lves responsible m _i _’ _uiiy th that nppcat’s unde _r tht is heading,) It is with gi-eat pleasure that one who has known Pennsy lvania State College in former clays notes the _h i gh d!eguee of favor and prosperity which the institution ilas euijoyecl \v ith _lin the past three ou font’ ycaus. It is onl y a few years since that the fact that til ele was a State College was ku iown onl y to th e few who at the opening of th e college yeau ’ would happen to i-each th e _adivertiseu neults in the _ed ucational _columui s of the uiewspapei’s_. Perhaps this state uiient is a little too bu-oach, We mi ght aci ci that its existence was somewhat more extensivel y ad vertised to the nei ghboring farmers , throug h the issuing of a pamp hlet , now and then , aiit _iounc iui g tile mirac _uu lous work of some new fertilizer ~ _vliich hadi been used the season pr evious . It is now uio uticomrnon thing to hear our college compared...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

The game all throug h was fast and ! spirited , aul d is to be couisidiered a very fair criterion of the merits of the two teams. Mr. 1— _lull y, of _l_3_u uc kn _ehi , acted as u efei’ee, auld Mr. P. E. Brown , of State College, as umpire. The teams were coniposed as follows S’i_’ ~ rE _Coi _~ i_._i ~~ u ~ , I3_ucicNl ~ u_,_1 I .eft—end , Cntei’al l. I tile , Left-tackle , Wyant. Price , Left—guard , Cot’son, _Rend , Comic , l’imm. I)owlcr , Ri ght-guard , _Iitinmit ’e. l’leppenstall , Ri ght-tackle , \Volfc. _Linsz, l_’ _~ ._i ght___eitcl , \_Vilhinio s. Mock (Capt.) _Qtiartei_’-hac k , Ula ckwood . l" ostcr , I _Ialf_._bnck , Allen (Capt.) McLean , 1-lal f—back , lie ysham. Mitchell , I’ull-back , Horter. VESTA VS. _DELM_0_NI c_0. Teams from tiiese two Boarding Clubs played a game ou Saturday, November 23. The game was played for _fou r turkeys for Thanksg iving diu _iner. Most of the men were inexperienced players, so that little scientific phay _iui g was expected. Step h enson...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

boring town , for the purpose of play iug baseball , was a sufficient induceu nent for every man in college to try for positions in the club. The completion of a new gymuiasium will _d oubtless fill the clubs with more formiclable men. What to me has been the n-iost progressive step was the iuiauguration of a college paper au-id annual. TI-ic FREE LANcE has steadil y grown in worth as well as size , at-id must , I an-i sure , rank hi gh amoui g its contemporaries. The _auinuu al , which macic its flu-st appearance last year , was a most cucclitable production , auldl _shou ld be continued. But with all _thu s activity of the undergu -aduates , may we expect them to retain a i-cason’able interest in their college after they are graduate d ? If we are to ju d ge by ui i tiety pet- cent. of those who have been grad uated , we would say emp haticall y, rio. The questio _ui which nueets the Alumni Association , t _u e publishers of the college paper , or any enterprise which should be of...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

‘ 90. Ral ph Crump, of Merchantvi lle, N. 3., recently gave up his position with-i ti-ic Uuiion Trust Co., Pbilacielphia_, oui account of scveu’e illness. I-Ic is at present worki iig on ti-ic State Experimental Fau-m for ti-ic benefit of his health. _‘8 _~ . Mu’s. _Wni . _McManin iga i, of Coal port ’, Pa., has been visitiu _lg at the home of her father , Mr. _Jn o . Foster , of State College. ‘87. Mr . Wun . F. White gave an iulterest iuig a _nd valuable talk to ti-ic eiectu’ical stuucieuits November i4tb . Mi’. _Whi ice has beet-i engaged in electrical work with ti-ic Westem- n Eng ineering Co. since be grad uate _d , _ai ~ c1 has gaiulecl muich practical knowled ge abotut ti-ic _iui staliation and ullanagenlent of ti-ic _varioits el ectric lig ilt and _m otor _systeulis. ‘87. 1-larry Dunc au -i is repi’e sentiuig the gl ass firm of Dun cai i & Co., of Pittsb u rg h , in New Yoik City. ‘89. T-Ieuiry 1). Miles ilas been set-it by ti’_ie Uuiion Switch anti Sigum i Co. to Ka...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

The Yale obset-vatory has an income of $iooo from Connecticu m t railroad l s for furnishing them with ti-ic official tu _ne. James Russell Lowell is to fill the new lectureship it-i poetry at JOhuls Hop kin s foi- ti-ic present year . - 1-larvard has withdrawn from the Inter-colleg iate Foot-ball League, Her action is receiving much _uuifavorab ic comment. Prof . Rowland , of Johns Hop kins , is ti-i c _tb iuc _l American to be elected a member of the Royal Scientific Society of Lonchou -i. TI-ic University of M ichi gan has cl ot-i c away with the marking system , and has abolishe d all prize competition and! class honors. I-Icreaftcr Amhers t met-i must unake tip conchitions _befoi c the first Saturday of ti-ic Fall term oi- be ratedi as specials in the _catalogu ~ e. Presidient Gates , of _Ruitgers , is investi gating the recent cane rush and is d etermined to putt a stop to such practices at-id l) _itni _sh the off enclers. Pi’esideui t Garfield ’s sons , Irwin at-ic! Abram are...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

Time class of ‘ 90 of Elniira College , who have decided op inions on all subjects , give to ti-ic wou-ld the following advice in ti-ic form of " What the Members of ti-ic Class of ‘ 90 \Vould Do if They Were Met-i." If I were a man , I would be a man and not a _dud e. I should! tu-y to be " neat , but _mu ot gaud y." I should uiot wear too great a vau iety of neckties in one day ; fou ny youu g lady friends would not cat-c a bit more fot n-ic if I _d id, If I were a maui , I would not waste my n oney Otl ci gam s or ci gau ettes. If I smoked at all , I should smoke a pipe, Then I shouu id mau-ry a wife who wouhcin ’t let n-ic smoke in the house , ant! then as I _shouu ld uiot care to smoke on ti-ic stu eet , _th ere woul d not be much chance for smoking at all. TI-i c n-iou -icy I saved on these luxuries I should give to uny wife , all but t sevcn/y ,/iva _c ~ _cnf s , au-ic! with that I should subscribe for the Sibyl. If I were a man , I _sh otuld take au-i interest iti ti-ic in s...

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

EVERY DAY Music OLIVER DITSON COMP A N Y, Boston _‘l’hc _souitd of otto of _I)i’t’sc_,_N _CcntL ’ANY _’_s _fani ous (_IIJ I _TAIIS , _BAN_,_JO ~ , MA NJ ) OI _ANS , _is always In ultison wIth restful picaslire on _sum _m eror winter _dsys . MoRt enjoyabue _MusI c Boolca are :— COLL EGE _SONGS, _(_00 _d _o.) _1110,000 sol d. COLLEG E SONGS for _Hiuijo _($1.00,) (+_til tmu’ ($1 00,) GOOD OLD SONGS WE USED TO SING , (_$1.00.) PRAIS E IN SONG (40 _ets_,) Now Goupot _Soimgs . TEMPERAN CE RALLYING SONGS , (80 _010_.) SONG HA RMON Y _iOU _004.) .I _~ ’liio 4 _tt rt songs. POP ULAR SONG ~JO LLE_0TION , ($I ) 37 good songs, SONG CLASSICS , l$ t._UUl mu _liIm _dIi ._olaBs songs , BON G CLASSICS . AL TO VOICE ($t,00) 47 songs, CLASS IC TENO R SONGS ($t_._00) _.10 songs. CLASSIC BARITONE OR BASS SONGS , ($1._00 ) 83 songs, CHOIC E VOCAL DUETS _(_$u.oo._) ‘lIm o newest. P OPULAR DANCE MUS ~ W CO LLECTION, ($1.00.) POPULAR PI ANO CO LL EOPIO _E, ($1._00) _27 _pIeces_. CLASSICAL PI ANIST ($1.00) 4...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

T. J. DL BOIS_,, ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ & _~~~ i _~ c _A_/cu’ Rooms la/ely _eqnipj ’cd Wlf _/_1 _//u’ moSt coij e fo _r_/_a ôie _,_Thirmtn_/’c. STATE COLLEGE , PA. SCHF~ FFER & SONS, ~~ TzdIor ~~ 1-lave a fine selection of Woolens of _th e latest and most popular designs.

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1889

The ver y late st _shO pes of HATS AND CAPS _iit1_eñi ~ r ~ ’s Fur~ ishthg ~ oods_, Pine Neck wear a specialty. MILI TARY UNIFORMS FOR PRI C E, FIT AND QUALITY ARE UNEQUALED. STATE COLLEGE, PA

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