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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

Co11eç ~ e Students, \Vho would like to caits from one hvndrecl to live hundi’ed dollars during vacation menths , tue in vited to correspond with the undersi _gned . Send for our illustr ated catalogue , and if you will state just when you will he ready to CommenCe worlc , and how long you can continue at it , we will guar antee to make an acceptable proposition. CI-IARLES L. WEBSTER & Co P ublf mher _m of the Grant and Sheridan Memoirs , Mark Twain ’s books , and other Standard Work.. NO. 3 EP ST 1411-1 STREET , NEW YORK. ~

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

The Lithot vpe publishing Co., AR"l’ _IIJBLISFIERS uf ~ c _~ a-rers of _Fir_.e Book _IUi_. ~ s ~ r&Jort ~ ILLUSTRATIONS FOR COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS A _SPECIAI 4 TY. _Estimsmn tes cheerfull y fm’uisls cd and Samples sent by _~ _mIail . THE LITHO TYPE PUBLISH/N C CO., GARDNE R, MASS. , U. S. A.

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

Vor~ . _IV_. STATE COLLEGE , MARCH , _1890. No, g Entered at ,S’/_ale _Cal_/dye J ’_os_/ 0_//ice as second-c/ass i_,,_at/_er_, rrHIS bein g t h e l ast iss u e of the FREE _1 LANCE u nder th e guidance an d mana gement of the present staff , we take the oppor ~ tu n ity to express our satisfaction at the support we have received from our stud ents and friends. As the college organ , we have endeavot-eci to deal fairl y and squarel y with every ques . tion broug ht to our notice and at the same time to furnish news of their A/ma Ma/ er to those who have graduated from or left the institution , for the varied pursu its of life. Recognizing the position held by the LANCE in college journalistic circles , it has been our _d esire to advance it , rather than merel y to keep. up the _old.’tim c form. As to how well we have succeeded , we leave 9_U_1 readers to decide for themselves. Thanking all for kind suggestions and hel p in the work , we retire with the hope that our successors will ...

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

run s its bou n ds and com m its deeds of violence and lawlessness, it should be promptl y and fi rmly curbed and suppressed within its proper limits ; but, at the same time, this should be do ne in such a way as not to destroy its vitality or hurt it in such a way as to rob it of its usefulness. In the present case, that violence was com mi tted by the Sophomore class in break ing into rooms and removing and damag ing articles of furniture is undeniable. That they should be obliged to pay the full cost of the same, as they did , and that, in addition, they should be obliged to feel the full extremity of college authority and law, is perfectl y ju stifiable ; but that , notwithstanding all this they are called upon to sign a paper in which they agree not to engage in any class disorde r, under penalty of suspension , allowing the Faculty to put its own interpretation upon what is meant by class disorder, is a purely arbitrary and unreasonable proceeding. In the case of the Freshmen ...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

certain extent dependent upon the demand for men of his profession. Of course he can pursue original investigations in his line, but this is not exactly to be desired by one just out of college and depending upon his own resources for a living, as work of this nature requires capital. This should not influence one in his selection of a course. Though the man in classics knows just exactly what he is going to do after getting out of college, he is compelled to work a long time before his worth is appreciated, while a scientific man, if he obtains a position , u pon grad u at ion has an opportunity of pushing himself immediately to the front. That this is the case is not only _’ pr o v e d b y the universal demand for prac t ical men , bu t by th e readiness wit h whic h the scientific men who have graduated from our college within the last few years have obtained and credita bly filled hi gh positions. * ** _‘1 ~TE are very sorry th at we did no t rece ive 1’ the Prize Essay Announce...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

2S_0 THE FREE and wort hy hearty support. The uniform promotion of college journalism can only be broug ht about by the combined efforts of all. Different methods and ideas can be looked at in different li ghts and thoug htfull y studied for the benefit of all. The inexperienced can profit by the experience of those who have long been en gaged in such work. * A MONG the other f ormidab le problems that _~ . meets the student of to.day is the one of how much time shall be given to outsi _d e readin g. In what proportion shall a student di_. vide his time between his books and the dail y news of the external world ; just how far shall he allow his interest in the affairs of every day life to encroach upon his very valuable time ? Some prominent educators advocate ent ir e abst inence f rom miscell ~ neous reading. They maintain that the true disci pline for- a man ’s mind consists in a st rict applicat i on along one line of stud y which alone shouldi be exam ined , pondered over and ...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

T H E FR E LANCE. _281 A CORRECTION. In the next to the last paragrap h of the article on the Stereoscope in February FREE LANCE there was an omission of several lines , which com pletel y obscures the meaning of the paragraph , and , to a considerable ex ten t, of the entire article , since this paragraph was partl y a summary approaching a conclusion . The explanation is left obscure, or, rather , false, from the sequence of clauses arising from the omission. After " Hence one set of criteria; " insert the mathematical, lzglit, and aerial f _ter_. ~ f t eclives which the artist has cunningly used, tells us that the objects are solids, while the other criterion , etc. Also, in line _12 , column i , page 269, for conveyed , read converged ; omit and in second line of same column many typograp hical errors (forming grammatical errors) the reader will readil y correct. FRANKLIN’S MISSION IN FRANCE. " HE treaty of Paris, concluded ill _1763, left Eng land by f ar the most power f ul of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

HI S VALENTINE _Ala ! Will she be my valentine, And dare _I _h ope for , yes _I And will site in these arms recline While kisses I impress ? Or shall my wanderin g missive be Received with cold disdain ; And thus bid every hope to flee And leave despair remain ? Long have I waited for this hour That grants to all the right , To use the poet’s vivid power, To tell of fond love’s mi ght. To pour forth all the heart ’s desire In burning words of rh yme ; To tell to what you dare aspire In thoughts that are sublime. Ala I Should I be a coward though Thus fearing to declare My love to her whom I have sought M y hearth and home to share. In a direct and fond appeal On hended knees before , And swear that I would take for weal Or woe, for evermore. Flow foolish that such thoughts should rise To haunt me while I wait ; To cause _d istrust of her I prize To make me fear my fate, No thoug ht have I that by delay I’ve lost all that seems so dear : Or that some other one _m i ght say Be mine my...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

was making itself felt ; notabl y in the loss of the " great commoner ’s majority in the House of Commons. The policy that _followed , lacking the sagacity of that of Pitt , possessed neither the vi gor which had made possible the " world power_" of Great Britain , nor t h e liberalit y which could make it lasting. Now began the usurious treatment of the colonies which resulted in the Declaration of Independence. Unaided , three million people thinl y scattered along the Atlantic Coast from New Eng land to Florida , neve r hoped to successfull y cope with the power of the " mother country. " To France the Colon ies mus t look for aid. According ly, the Continental Congress appointed as Commissioners to that country Benjamin Franklin , Silas Deane and Arthur Lee. Dr. Franklin took passage in the sloop-ofwar " Reprisal ," October 26, _177 6, and arrived in Pai-is on the 2 1st of December of that year. He shortl y after rented a comfortable .house in Passy—a village near Paris —where h...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

Th e task of the patrio t min ister did not end with the departure of the fleet of Count DeEstaing. In fact , th e mana gement of the complicated relat ions between the t wo nations required such tact and delicate skill as may well be said to have made it bu t begun. It is n ot necessary to trace the events that follow in detail. On September _14_, 1 778, Franklin , who had always been the head and brains of the forei gn pol icy of the United States, was appointed Sole Minister Pleni potentiary to the French Court _, Thus was ended the possib il it y of ha rm f rom the rancor of jealous _.associates. In this position Franklin never met the situation lie did not master , mistoo k not in deal in g w it h bigoted and crafty Spain , successf ull y passed a ti me when even France, despa iring of bring in g the war to a successful conclusion , made overtures of peace to Eng land , and finall y sign ed the t reaty of peace at Paris , January 20, _178 2, which. Bancroft says " was neithe r ...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

5. And thus we see in history ’s firmament Some brightest stars with darkest shadows blent , But yet some few have long withstood time ’s fli ght And seem with age to give the bri ghte r li ght. So with the star whose history now we trace , Whose li ght has ever shone for freedom ’s race , Caused dark oppression ’s iron hands-be bound , And in its stead fair Liberty be crowned---Gave li ght for the oppressed of Europe ’s kings To seek a home which iaaught bitt blessing brings. So will it ever---as ‘t’hns always always shone, This glorious star---the life of _I ’Vaili leg/on. _6. If to the record of this star we turn , We soomi the cause for great effects would leam’n---The reason wh y no shadow e’er dared cloud A light—the glory of a nation proud. We theme would read in characters of li ght Of one who dared defy detested _iJ_4çht _, ~ Of one who’s very life seemed made by fate To conquer wrong amid ope’ fair ft’eedom ’s gate. No shadow there to dark a long life’s rei gn , No shadow ...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

the similarity of the words by which it has been called in the various languages of the race. Lord Byron once in formed the Ocean that " time had written no wrinkle on his (t h e ocean ’s) azure brow. " So likewise may we say . of the sneeze, " Such as creation ’s dawn beheld " it sneezeth now. It is pleasant to think that amid the mutations of this time-world there are some things that change not, or if at all , bu t slightly. Sneezing is one of these. The great Aryan family whi ch traces its pedi gree far back into the beginnin gs of things all sneezed in substantiall y th e same way, for there is one root-form , probabl y of imi tat ive origin , that is u sed to express t h is one simple and ordinary act. While we as remote descendants of that primitive stock sneeze wi t h a " Kichu," our Saxon forefathers said something like "fuacs" _; t h e Danes remar ked _" _nyse " , ~ the Icelanders observed " hnerra " ; the Swedes " nysa " _; an d search where we will among the different In...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

Some of the prep. girl s want to stud y "How to drive a horse," in case of emergency. A new Whist Club of 13 members has been organi zed. it is no fictitious club for the annual. The fellow who intended to slei gh (slay) th ings t h is winte r hasn ’t had much of an oppornity. Hildebrand , While reading French. — " I love her with all my heart," then sits down overcome with emotion. A new societ y of some kind has been formed of which we cannot get the name. Jud ging f rom the bad ge, a penn y and blue - ribbon , it is a penny-mite society. One of the numerous rules of Girldom.— "No taff y or candy made by us shal l be eate n by the boys ; nor shall we give them any candy shoth ld they beg most piteousl y," Ice was taken off the frog-pond on the cam pus during the cold snap. Next summer some person wi ll be su rpri sed whi le dr in ki n g ice-water , to find that he has swal lowed a " straddley-bug._" - Bobby Green has started in the business of erecting telephones on a large scale,...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

_Wh ile coming up t _h e College stair , - She met a little doggy there,. Catching it _ill) in her arms , she pressed It very tightl y to h er breast , Amid when she kissed it as most gil-Is do, _I said _"I wish I were a doggy too." She gave me a contempt uous glance , Which did somewhat her looks enhance , Then .turned she up her little nose And struck a very tragic pose And said imi accents soft and how , " Never mind _~ iuppy you’ll grow." The following persons were sent as delegates to the Y. M. C. A. district convention , h eld at Willianisport , from Feb. 28th to March 2d : G. A. Beaver, J. B. Walker, J. W . Stephenson, R. L. Watts , C. A. Cummings , T. A. Gilkey, R. M. Fitch and C. M. Green. Professor (in Chemistry Practicum).— " Mr. Lloyd , if you dont stop making so much fuss I’ll make you leave the room. " Lloyd.— " Well make these fellows stop r utting nitric acid on my boi l. " Things that make us tired :—The bass string on " Doc " Demming’s gui t ar , waiting for the ma...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

The book when published will cost 25 cts. The proceeds will be used in purchasing a retu rn ticket to Ireland , for W. J. McDowell. At a meeti n g of the Ath letic A ssociation , February _u9th , the following committees were electedl to serve the coming season :— Base-ball Committee , G. R. Meek , H. C. Mc-Lean , C. E. Aull , H. R. Leyde n and W. Martin ; The Foot-ball Committee , C. A. Read , Kinsel , J. H. Yocum , C. C. Hildebrandt , and C. H. _HUe. Prof. Louis Reber gave a lecture upon Paris and the Paris Exposition on Tuesdlay evening, Feb. 12th , for the benefit of the Presbyterian Sunday-school. The lecture was hi ghl y instr uct ive and interesting , and with the assistance of a scioptic arrange_,ment the whole subject was beauti ful ly il lustrated. Mr. S. T. Ford was secured by the ~ th letic Association for March 5th , to give his popular ente rta in ment , con sisting of recitations and songs. Mr. Ford gave an entertainment at th e coll ege abo ut two years ago and al l ...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

been fit ted up with a view to getting as complete a list as was possible for t h e mone y availab le. Among other things are the fol -lowing, viz : Traveling rings , Parallel bars , H or izontal bars, Vaulting horse, Vaulting bar, Rowi ng machine, Jump ing beds, Chest pulleys, Developers .and Ex panders , Dumbbe lls , Indian clubs , Climbing ropes an d several very servicable mattresses. When the students have become accustomed to using this , severa l more h undted dollars worth will be put in. Th e orde r and general control of the gymnasi u m has ve ry wisely been pu t in t h e hands of the Ath letic Association , w h ich repr esents the sent iment of the students. This associat ion , realizing ‘the responsibility, adopt ed a set of rules_. which will , with t h e assistance of the col lege authorities , eff ectuall y secur e order and protect ion of the property. A Board of Marshals were elected to enforce these rules. The lack of an instructor will be felt very serious l y by ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890

How it goes sometimes,—Instructor— " Mr. W—, wha t importan t event occurr ed dur i n g L—’s reign ?" W— (who had been booming the West _End Whist Club the evening before)— " Well—er—now. The fact is I could not understand that part just there. " Instructor , relent lessly— " What was hard to u nde rstan d abou t it ?" W—" Why—why, its relation to that passage just preceding it." Ins tr u ctor, wit hout niercy— "What was that passage, Mr. W—?" W—, deter mined not to make a zip— " Wh y it tells what happened just before the most important event in L— ’-s rei gn. " Cra wf ord says he don ’t know exactl y when St. Valentine ’s day was, bu t thinks it was somew here about the middle of February, beca u se abo u t t h at ti me he got a chro mo wit h the following li n es attached :- _" I have loved th ee, ‘ Sam ,’ full _m any a day, Amid fain would love you _lomiger , _- But if you would your wash bill pay 1 vow I’_d love timce strong em’." AN _0DEL_1d’l_’ TO A OUS’rAC_1_ll ~ LE’1’, Wh e...

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