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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
Act I.—Young man startin g- from home : Little whit e farm house in the foreground ; Wagon passing over the hill ; Mother and sister sta n d weepi ng at the gate ; Fathe r t urns his head reluctantl y away ; Farewell kiss thrown back ; Sli ght fluttering of handkerchie fs. Ring the bell and let the curtain _d rop. Act 11.—Scene, College campus. Young man wande rs d iscon solatel y to and fro ; Sun almost settin g; Homesick and discouraged En ters another you n g man ; Look s disdainfull y at fi rst ; Sm il e pass ~ s over his cou ntenance ; Advances ; Grasps hands ; " Hello , f reshness, ‘ 93 ?" " ‘p_3." Exit towards town , Ring .the bell and let the curt-am drop. Act _111.—Rumbling heard in the distan ce; String of wagons clashes in sight ; Horses gallop ing furiousl y ; Anxious faces on seats beh indl ; Pass the college door at break -neck speed ; Cheers and yells, " Where are the Sophs ; " " ‘ 93 for ever," etc. ; Old gold and blue flag unfurled ; Exit in distance ; Crowd of youn...
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
seems that in this age and in this land , havin g put down all other forms of oppression and tyranny, we should clin g ~ o tenaciousl y to a scheme like this ! Do we not know that it is antiquated, moss-grown, effete, useless ? Do we not realize that it is productive of far more evil than good ? How can our college authorities with all th eir w isdo m and exper ience in other thing s fail to see that students cha f e and groan under this baleful system and insist that they would be better off—oh , much better off—if this relic of barbarism were shattered into fragments ? What teacher of any experience, what parent, what man of good jud gmen t can doubt for a moment th at if left entirel y ‘to themselves all students, especiall y t h ose iti the lower classes, would eagerl y avail themselves of every opportunity offered in college for mental culture , punctual ly attending all regular exercises. Under the compulsory system of attendance there are frequent absences it is true , but th...
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
Wm. H. Kemler is working chemist in Oliver Bros. & Co.’s steel works, Pittsburgh Pa,. Hannah’s favori te exp ression wh il e he re was " Jersey,- it’s out." - The Western Eng ineering Co. i’eceptly sold out to the Edison Co. and J. G. White, of ‘82, and Wm. F. White , of ‘87, have received posit ion s as agen ts over a certain territory of the West for the Edison Co. M. B. Courtwrig ht is working in the office of J. L. Mitchell , a coal operator of Ty rone, Pa. - Miss Edith Clark_, of Beech Creek, who was a student here a few years ago visited State College for a few days in the past month. Dr. Frear attended the meeting of the representat ives of the Experiment Stations of Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania , to determine upon a scale of fertilizer valuations for, ’ the coming year. Th e meetin g was held at New Haven , Conn., on the 2 1st and 22d of February. Professor Reber and Mr. Olds , made a tri p in the past month to investi gate t h e m ach ine ...
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
The oldest living college graduate in the United States is Amos F. Parker , of Fitzwilham , N. H. He graduated from the Univ ersity of Vermont in _1813, and is nearl y ninetyeight years of age. The Senior class of Lafayette has decided to wear the cap and gown at. comm enceme nts but The Laj _’ayelle disapproves ’ beca use of the cost and because some of the class .refuse to wear them. The Rev. Theodore ,L. Cuy ler, D. D., who will resi gn his pastorate over Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church , in Brookl yn , in April , graduated from Princeton college in 1841. He has been pastor of this church thirty years. The Bishop of Richmond recentl y pt-cached a sermon on foot-ball to a speciall y invited congregation of over one thousand people at St. James ch urch , _l3ed ford , Eng la n _d . He praised the game and claimed that his footbal l expe r ience seemed to be to h im a very valuable part of his education. The Harvard faculty decided up on a plan whereb y all academic studen ts ma...
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
_- THE FREE LANCE. _I’mn sitting to-m _ii gimt by time fire-li gh t , In the glad old college hail _‘l’hc ft’agm’mumt jet frommi time cigarette _l)otim _dieanmii y rise amid fall. The dear old house ‘mid the leafy _domime , Amid time h amlet clown below , Canie floating back on time hotmnding track Of _mnemms ’m’y’s ebb and flow. _‘h’hie Imappy gleammis of faded scemmes, _‘l’hie school-room cam-ved amid dumi , Tlio little gu i witim time golden curl , Soft eye and ripp ling fun. AIm , ‘ put -c old scemie , fromm i mimemnory ’s slmeemm , You shame timis dizzy strife. l’o._ni ghit I’m sad , on time mnormow glad I-Ia , Ha ‘tis college life _I —Bowdon_, Or/e_,,t. Our own opinion of "A Yankee in King Arthur ’s Court ," is ver y clearl y expressed in a recent number of the Sibyl. Mr. Clemens , the author of the work , h as given his personal opi nions and ideas very freel y, and in the English nobility and royalty he has found a very fitting subject for his keen sati re. He presents his v...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
We would understand from an editorial in the Did ’iusoniau that the attendance at, the gymnasium there has been made compulsory, and that it is giving some trouble. We fail to see wha t should ind uce any on e to obj ect t o physical training. It certainl y m ust be some cranks who do not appreciate the exercise which is so essential to the life of the stu dent " ‘t’he Senior wears Imis trousers wide, _‘I’hc Junior _d oes time same _‘l’imc Mophmomnore ii’cars a cutaway And always sports a cane ‘lime Freshman is a puzzle , I-his cloth es are always plain , 1-Ic wears high-watem- breeches, And his life is full of paimi. On e of t h e new arriva ls on ou r exc han ge list , is the Lu therville Seminarian. The dist inctive f eatu reo f the exchan ge col um n is the discussion of questions proposed , instead of the usual comments. While we favor the plan to some extent , yet we think the exchan ge colu m n sho uld not be given wholl y to it , for it is by kind ly com m en t and cri ticis...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
EVERY DAY MUSIC OLIVER DITSON COMPANY , Boston A charmnimig poem, describing a little girh’ s._chiilclhood , illustinted text , 24 pages about _Iox_!_2 imiches , omi heavy plate paper, 12 beautiful hill-page pictures imi four tints , emiclosech _imi _ihlumm ilnated covers. ‘i’lic best jud ges 1)1-nice it with enthusiasm. If offered for sale iii usual way _$2.00 would be a how _l_)_r _~ c ~ A beautiful birthday, weckhing or Christmas present ~~IV ~~ N FR EE TO EACH subscriber to Vick ’s Illus trated Monthl y Magazine , contai miing 32 pages of reading mattel’, numerous fine ihlustmations and hiandsomne colored plate imi each nunibem’. _Devoted to culture of flowers , fruits , h ouse-p lants , imome gm-oumids, _gnm_’_clemms , village and street _iniprovenients , etc. Closing its _2tii year , amid contains time best auth mimost reiiat he iimformnalion omi all gamden amid plamit subjects. I’rice , _$1.25 a year , imicluding a copy-of tIme Art Pmemimiumn " M yself ," which alone is consi...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
H. A. MCKEE & BROS HARDWARE TOVES AND TINWARE Bellefonte , Pa. _Ti_!! E S. GREELEY & CO - OENERAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES , ‘ fl ~ ntsd _7 DET ST., NEW VOR K . I AT _itT _1_i A _CTT_1_tW _Sil_%Y’I’ _Tl S’I_’_Ii_,_TT_. ELEC’I’ltIOli L _Mt ASV _1tEMENP INS’I’EU. ~ the very Highest 0-made. tty and _~ ‘_t_,’ish time _Hest _tn ti le World, I’_reoisio n and O _mmedit noy. _d mti— " ‘ ‘ _~~~~~~~~~ ME _" _‘I’S _itli d it _t ’t’ E’1’ ~ R1ES ot’ - ,, _Catalugi mo of _Stttiii _,_t r,I- ~ _‘_l’_cst _imist _ritu mumits _fu riii _8110(1 _ii _~ I_)_t_) _(_ii_(_i_)_i _bit — _~ _ovoItto ~ _Ilp oll _ii _~ tjmi f ust_,_l_,,, m. _Ill ustrated circ a—I arof Liumm ~ Mmd _Lamm mp _ttomm, _— MINIATURE INCANDESCENT LAMPS. —
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
SCHAF ’FER & SONS TzJIor Have a fi ne selection of Woo lens of the latest and most popular designs. The very latest shapes of HATS AND CAPS t1_enia ’s Pur ishthg goods_, Fine Neck weal’ a specialty MILITARY UNIFORMS FOR PR ICE, FIT AND QUALITY ARE UNEQUALED. STATE COLLEGE, PA ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
The SOHAFFER & BUDENBERG Improved Cxhau et Steam Injector _s v_. _MI _51 _th A Worked by _oxiiat mst stciemml front non-a on _dcmmslmm _g engInes, is beyond doubt time m ost ooomiommmloal boiler feeder In t _h e market. For _particimla -re address SCHAFFER & BUDENBERG. 40 John Street , New York. Or , 18 South Canal St., _ChIcago , _Ill - TH ID Automatic Cut-Off Engine PERFECT REGULATION AND HIGHEST ECONOMY. TRACTION PORTABLE ENGINES, STEAM ROAD ROLLERS. _- BOILERS, AND SAW M/LL ~ FOUNDRY MJ _CHI N E DE PARTMENT . HARRISBURG CAR MANUFACTURING CO HARRISBURG , PA. _~ ~~~ ~ ~~ ~~ ~ ~
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
THINKING ABOUT BUY/NO A " SPRING OVERCOPJ? " See Qurs foi $9.60, $12.00, $10_.60 NEW SPRING SUITS _I ~ND _°_‘ _~ 1 1ROUSERS ~ ° _- 1T MONEY _SIW R4G PRICES E. 0. THOM PSON Merchant Tailor and Clothier , Oppo _at t e the 1838 Chestn ut Street , t _~ _IIrit_. P t-t i LADELPI-I I A. _Sl_,_idciits _(_ji_,_s_, ’_,,_s and _Cu ps _ii Specialty, \ ~ ‘rite for _Fsiiii ta _IC _~
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
_DREJIA Fine Stati onery and Engraving House , _1121 Chestnut Street , _Philadelphia Commencement , Class Day, Fraternity, Reception and Wedding Invitations , Programmes , Banquet Menus, etc. Steel Plate Work for Fraternities and College Annuals. Fine Stationery with Fraternity or Chase Badge, Monogram , etc. Visiting Card Plate Engraved for One Dollar . Ioo Cards from the Plate for One Dollar. _esl gns, Samples and Prices sent on Appl ication.
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
LGAR ETTES Cigarette Smokers _~ _vlt o are willing to pay a u tile more tha _it t he price charged for t _h e ordinary trade Ci garettes wihi find _TillS BRAND superior to _tm ii others , BEWARE OF IMITAT IONS , an _d observe that the _Scm nam e as below is on every package. ALLEN & G I NTER , Manufacturers , - RICHMOND. V _IRGINIA.
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
TH ~ R ~TT ~ WHImrnY _1 ~ c _- HARTFORD , CON N, , U. S. A. M _AUFACTU R ERS OF Taps, Dies _Reatnc_, s, Ratchet Drills Lathe c’huchs, Standa rd Size cijlindrical and caliper Gauges , Milling _cutlets. The Kennedy Sp ira _l Shear Punch , The Hill Improved Automatic Grain Scaic ~~~~~~~~~~~~ _TOOLS. _437’II Itol rated Camnloguo aimd Price LIst furnished on applicati on. ESTABLISHE D _1841. W. R. _~ c _~~ i _i_._3_i ~ , No. 20 Spring Street , Beilefonte Pa Dealer and Importer of F _~ u 1 ~ N In _1UF ~~ AND BErn -D _I N G , PARLOR FURNITURE , LIBRARY FURNITURE , CHAMBER FURNITURE. Special Facilities for Furnishing Fraternal Chapter Houses ~ ,
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1890
J . A. FINKB IN .DER i ~~ oteqra ~~ er , OF BeLLe _FO N-r9 . P ., solicits the patronage of the students attending PENNSYLV ANIA STATE COLLEGE for a share o f their work , by dealing j u stl y and courteousl y with all , coup led with moderate prices. We welcome you to our place of business. WAT E R STREE Om’ioai’i u _Busim _Hous _~ , BELL EFONTE. PA ~~~