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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890
Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

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Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

The Lithotgp _e Publishin g Co., i R_1_’ PUB _IILI SIl ERS ANI)— M ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ _Fi ~ C _BCO k J _~_tt _~~ v onz , ILL U STRATIONS FOR COLLEGE PUBLI CATIONS A SPECIALTY. _Estmmti atc s _chtmcm_’ full y fui’ni shccl and _Semp les sent by Mail. THE LITHO TYPE PUBLISH/NO CO., GARDNER, MASS.. U. S. A. ~

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

The Fr ee Lanc e Vot.. _IV_. STATE COLLEGE , JANU ARY , 1890. No. J _~ _nle_,_’’tI _al Slate College _Po_.cl Office as second-cias.c _Out_/_Is ’’ . 1 ~ TI TH the beg inning of ninety Tii _a FREE ~ LANCE hope s that many of our college and preparatory students have formed new resolutions which will not only benefit them here but whose effects will follow them throu gh all the ir after_._lives . There is nothing quite so destructive as the making of petty reso lutions which one does not mean to keep. It is a thing that weakens and shatters the will. A habit from whose injuries one never recovers. If you t u rn ove r an y n ew leaves, let them l)e ones that are beneficial to you and then keep them faithfull y. We hope that the work of this year may far surpass that of the last and we bespeak , for the future , a cont in uance of the prosper ity th at h as attended our inst it ut ion for the past few years. * * OIJR prospects for base-ball during the coming season are unusu all y bri gh...

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

250 THE FRE mar k now if h is grades onl y reach 75. Of course, in men working for honors , it will cause greater activity, but , it is a well-known f act th at we have a class of men who never think of such a t h in g and t h ese are the ones it will be injurious to. We are hardl y in accord with the above opin ion , for we think that a man whose work has habituall y earned certain grades will continue working the same whether he- knows them or not. The onl y place we can see any harm in it is in its use with the lower class-men , espec ial ly with the Freshmen in the Fall term , for they should know , in our opinion , their exact fi gures, so that their work can be regulated acco rdin gly an d it cer tainl y is a matter of importance for them to know whether they hav e made 75 or 89_, between wh ich nu mbers grou p B runs , inclusively. It is a little too soon to speak of Its effect as it has hardl y been given a fair trial yet , consequentl y we must wait for some time before we ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

men cement week th e onl y resou rce will be the use of tents which would be quite novel if no t extremel y pleasant. What we need is a large hotel for both students and friends , On e could be bui ld at a com paratively small cost and many who are now dissatisfied with their boarding places and the college domi ~ tor ies would avail themselves of such an opportunity. * * j ~ NEW f eature i n the work of the General _£_1 Science students of the Senior Class is the cho ice of two electives for the Wintersession. As it was, a student was obli ged to take practicum in Geology and Ph ysics ; now , however, he can take eit h er the above or equivalent work in almost any department in the college. It seems to be giving general sat isfactio n so f ar, and wi ll, it is believed , be very successful. WE cannot refra in from again calling attention to th e extremely disagreable condition of our streets. During such weather as has prevai led f or t h e past four months it is impossible to vent...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

way. It is doing a work that for beneficene and almost limitless scope, finding its way as it _d oes to the very heart of our educational circles and securing the flower of our youth for posterity, is almost i ncomparable in magnitude with that of any similar association , It is well worth y the recognition and aid of any sober-minded and good-intentioned student. Let us show a ~ progressive spirit and support not only by personal advice but by individu al work our Young Men ’s Ch ristian Association. COLLEGE LiFE. rOLLEGE life is what you make it. It de. _~ ..___1 pends solely on yourself. It is a Period when ~ ou form hab its that will follow you throug h the rest of your life. You can make it one of usef ulness and profi t or one of worth. lessness and loss. In it there are two ways or paths to follow. The one ascending, the other descending , You have your choice. Will you choose the one to success an d honor , or will you prefer the one leading you dlownward , pei’haps to humil...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

COLLEGE JOUR _I_1_ALI SM, COLLEGE journalism , thoug h but a few _‘ ~‘~ 1 years have passed since it became a feature in the college world , has grown , and is now perhaps the most valuabl e auxiliary to a st udent ’s cou rse. It is an educator to the classical and scientific student alike , It does not occu py a prominent place in the journa lism of the day, but in its own sphere the influence of college journalism is marked. Throug h the columns of any of these journals one can gain a decided kno wled ge of the ton e of th e in stit u tion wh ich th ey represent an d the ideas of the students of one college, as expressed ; are criticized or encouraged , and , perchance, used by those of many other institutions. This free interchange of statements and thoug hts develop a spirit of pr ide in students for their alma mater which results in much good. The labor , t ime and m oney spent in th e im provin g of college publications is an evidence of the incentive given. Almost every easte...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

deal with the social probl _em s of to-day with advanta ge? Who are our great commercial men ? Who spans our rivers and continents ? Who brings our mechan ism to perfection ? The answer comes ro lling back, gaining force with each revolution , it is those who lead all men—the learned. Thus it is evident that the student of today will sway the sceptre of power and genius in the near future. If then the students of to-day are to become the leaders of to-morrow , how care f ull y th ey should be tra ined , mo re carefull y than were the contestants in the Ol ymp ian games ; much more depe nds on them. The fate of nations is at stake ! All that is noble, pure and enduring is de penden t upon the leaders of the future. We do not claim all for learning; much more is born of virtue. Neither do we urge that learning will create virtue ; but whatever is in a man hi gher education will develop it; if he be a fool , it will enable hini to show h is foolishness ; if a knave , it will enable him...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

THE FREE LANCE. 255 Miss Palmer, of Chester, Pa., has for some weeks past been visiting her sister, Mrs. G. G. Pond , of this place. Mr. John Mitchell , last season’s M in neapolis pitcher , is training the college team for its work in the spring. Miss Lizzie Stuart enjoyed a deli ghtful ti me du rin g the Chr ist mas holiday s while sojourning with her friend Miss Hand in Philaclelphia. When the apparatus for heating water for the bath-room is "set up," we shall miss that mu sical sound caused by heating water with steam from the radiator. The following officers were elected at the last meeting of the Glee Club last term Prof. Bohn, Pres.; Linsz, Sec. Meek , Business Manager ; and Prof. Davis , Director. Bill Pickl e, the most genial of fellows , received a beautiful Christmas present. There are two of them and _coi ~ gratulations are pouring in from all sides. Invite us to the christening. Messrs. A. G. McKee, Gossler, H. W and J. H. Mitchell and Girvin , were ente rtained Friday ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

of the " Whand y period. " Freshmen are especiall y invited to attend . For further Particulars call at the above number. Once upon a midni ght dreary, When he Pondered weak and weary, O’er a long and almost endless Pa per filled with classic lore. _ri ~ cn into him caine this query, And his eyes now red and bleary, From his microscopic writing, Took a saddened_! look once more. Am _I doing ri ght and! justice? By this seemingly sharp practice, To myself and to my Future, Future with so much in store, Shall I thus tempt fortune’s favor ? Shall _I risk some chances graver ? Quoth temptation " J ust _curd more." The prospect for a successful season in base bal l this coming spring is quite good. It is reported some twenty-five or thirty students have handed in their names as cand idates for the first team . When the _new cage is read y, look out for some phenomenal developments. The Seniors have astronomy under Lieut. Wolfe this term. Some are lamenting the fact there are not more gir...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

Quite a number of the students spent the greater part of their vacation at the college. While this may not seem the jolliest way or place in the world to spend vacation , it was certainl y the most profitable—at least to sonic. Mr. Fitch who entered last term as a Freshman succeeded in making up his work for Freshman year and is now ranked with the Sophomore Class. A read ing circle was organ ized last term at the home of one of the professors , These cir cles h ave become qu ite popu lar amon g the mem bers of the Facu lty and a few ot h er families , latel y. The promotors of these cir des deserve much cred it for the inte llect ual spirit and enterprise shown. They can thus ha ve th eir select and congenial gatherings wit hout feeling necessitated to have the oh’. trusive presence of student _’ at their homes. There is a general rumor that at last some action has been taken in reference to the Gymnasium. We hear that a list of apparatuses after the Sargent system has been adopted...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

These were chosen fr om the several rhethorica l divisions as excelling in oratorical ability. The entertainment was a hi ghly creditable one and reflects much honor upon Prof. Davis as an instructor as well as those who took part in it, This manner of proceeding necessaril y puts a premium upon public speaking and we trust in consequence to h ereafter see m uch more interest sh own in Rhetoricals. A NATURAL ERROR. They met at a church reception A ninety girl was she, lie came from o’er the ocean And reg istered ninety-three. In the course of the conversation , She spoke about her brother , Said , " I-I c’s a Michi gande _i_’, You ought to know each other. " Up spake the foreigner then , His Eng lish rather loose, A blush o_’erspreadi ng his features , " Are you a Michi goose?" —Coi’nell E,w, The work upon the new steam plant has been pushed to its utmost. The open season has been much in favor of its progress. Temporary bu ildings have bee n erec ted whi ch h as enabl ed them to go...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

refer to all the matter in the library, bear ing upon the particular subject in question. Many new books have been added to the library , especial ly to the eng ineerin g _d epartment. Th ere is yet , however, severa l depa rtments or subjects deplorabl y short of necessary boo ks. FRESHMEN CIRcus _— The bill-car arrived this morning via Boalsburg and Pudc _lingtown railroad. In less than four hours posters could be seen in every public place and byway in the village. The main bill boards are the base-ball back-stop, Stuart ’s pavement , Old’s chic ken-coop and Pickle ’s ba rn , while smaller posters hang in every show window , from Sower’s sh oe shop to Gr ieb ’s hotel. A small han dbil l was t hrown into the sanct um upon which was the following : Just arrived , the Freshman Circus , Side show and Museum , mana ged by the faculty. The most com plete show that ever atte mp ted to pass throug h State College. It possesses all t he cu ri osities an d wonders of the present age, combi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

260 THE FREE Freshness McFarren , the wizard ; there is nothing that lie cannot do. Thus ends the list. Performance dail y, between the hours of 7 A. M. and _II P. M. Admission ten ceiits to all parts of circus. First Student—I think that I shall raise a _nt ou stache. Second Student—You can ’t raise a moustache yet. First Student—I guess I can raise one as large as Pood Read. H eppy " and " Buck " are unanimous in condemning monopolies and combines. _‘ ~ Chets " and _" Dude ‘‘ when going home for vacation , met several young ladies on the train with whom they chanced to be acquainted. In the selfishness of their new found happ iness they would not introduce _‘ ~ Buck " or " Heppy," but allowed them to sit next seat to the rear and see what a joll y time they themselves were having. This reminds us of the story the good old farmer who-after having drained a jug of prime old cider handed it to his companions with the remark " that if he didn ’t believe th at it was good cider to just...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

THE FREE LANCE. _26J out such a training no sy stem can be built up in the proper way to withsta nd the strain of foot. ball play ing ; a system entirel y different from the system built up by ordinary labpr. There are many muscles which are needful in foot-ball that never do any work otherwise. Then ordinary labor does not give the staying faci li ties necessar y to wit h sta n d all the exercise wh ich a f oot -bal l player is called upon to perform. Another want which was felt very much during the season was an instructor who would teach the players the essential points of the game. This needl was supplied in a slight degree by the observation of one team wh ile away on the trip College teams which have been play ing the game for a great n umber of years have scored many of the tricks and requireme nts of the game by apply in g to t he ho m e team what they h ave learned from other teams. Our own men by observation thus rendered a great service to the team , but this year was too...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

262 THE FREE LANCE ‘ 92. W. W. Taylor is working for the New York , Lake Erie and Western Railroad Company. Prof. Butz and Dr. Armsby read papers at the me ~ ting of the State Horticultural Soc. ciety held at Mifflintown , Pa , on the i_5th of Januar y. ‘89. R. P. Swank is stud ying law in Pottsville , Pa. —Dr. Aimsby, Dr. Frear , Prof. Butz and Prof. Caldwell are booked for addresses before the Hunting don Co., Farmers’ Insti tu te, d uring this month. ‘87. J. Frank Strouse recentl y accept ed a positio n as draf ts man in t h e office of the Balt imore and North Central Mary land Rai lroad at Baltimore. He visited his parents at the College during the vacation. COLLEGE ORBIT. The tuition of Clark University is $200. The French government has despatched a delegate to study the workings of the various branches of athletics in American colleges. Cornell and Lehigh both claim fourth place in foot ball rank. The class of ‘ 92, at Princeton, holds the interclass championship in base bal...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

H. A. MCKEE & BROS HARDWARE , STOVES AND TINWA Bellefonte , Pa. E T E_. S. GREELEY & Co. R ~~ GENERAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES , _5 and 7 HEY ST., NEW YORK . _EL_._ECTII_1_C AL 1’IEASUREMENP INSTRIJ _.. ME TS and fltt’I’TELUIIS of the very Highest _Gvade , - Pre cision and Constanc y, Qusi ~~~ ~ ~~ ity and Finish , the He _at in the Wo rld , Catalogue of’ Sta ndard _________ Test _Inst ruments furnished upon anpilos—tion. Illustr ated _circu . ia ro f Lamps and _Lam p Novelties upon applie _s. _U on. —MINIATURE INCANDE _SC ENT LAMPS. — A charming poem , describing a little girl’ s childh ood, illustrated text , 24 pages about _10x12 inches , on heavy plate paper , 12 beautiful full-page pictures in four tints , enclosed in illuminate _d covers. The best jud ges praise it with enthusi. _acm. If offered for sale in usual way $z.oo would be a low price. A beautiful birthday, wedding or Christmas present , GIVEN FREE TO EA CH subscriber to Vick’s Illustrated Monthl y Magazine...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

EVERY DAY Music OLIVER DITSON COMPANY , Boston The sound of one of DITSON CoMPANY ’s famous GUITARS _BANJ OS , MAND O LIN S, Is always in unison with restful picas. ur e on summer or winter days , Moat enjoyabl e M usic Books are :— COLLEGE SONGS , (50 etc.) 150,000 sold. COLLEGE SONGS for Banjo ($1.00,) Guitar ($1.00,) GOOD OLD SONGS WE U8ED TO SING, (_$1.00.) PRAIS E IN SONG , (40 ets.) New Gospel Songs. TEMPERANCE RALLYING SONGS , _(_35 c_(s ) SONG HARMONY. (00 _etc.) Fine 4 part songs. POPULAR SONG COLLECTION _. ($1.) 37 good songs, BONG CLASSICS , ($1.00) 50 hlgh.olaes songs. SONG CLASSICS , ALTO VOICE , ($1.00) 47 songs. CLASSIC TENO _LI SONGS ($1.00) 30 songs. CLASSIC BARITONE OR BASS SONGS , ($1.00) 33 songs. CHO ICE VOCAL DUETS , (_$1.00.) Time newest. POPULAR DANCE MUSIC COLLECTION , ($1.00.) POPULAR PIANO COLLECTION , ($1.00) 27 _Pieces. CLASSICAL PIA NIST . ($1.00) 42 pieces. PIANO CLASSICS , ($1.00) 44 pieces. Also music in quantity and variety for all In _st ru ments ,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1890

JAMES VICE, _SEEDSMAI ~ T, Rochester , N TH ~ R ~TT ~ _Wi _~ imrn ~ ~ O HARTFORD , CONN. U. S. A. M AUFACT tJ RERS OF Taps, Dies, Reamers, Ratchet Drills, Lathe chucks, Standa rd Size cylindrica l and Caliper Gauges, Milling Cutters . The Kennedy Spiral Shear Punch , The Hill Improved Automatic Grain Scale ~~~~~~~~~~~~ TOCI ~~ . _~~ ‘-lllustra ted Catalogue and Price List furnished on app licat ion.

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