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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
Saxon pride could never be so bent. Then what remains ? We answer , education and jus lice will prove the onl y solution. Neither of these have been generall y and thoroug hl y tried but to the extent that _• they have been employed they have lessened the friction between the two races and the black man has called forth respect and has shown himself an honorable and a desirable citizen , We must remember that he is a representative of a race down trodden and reared within the pale of superstition for ages. We must remember that lie is even now treated as an lower form of creation , simp ly because the sun of his ancestral land has darkened his skin and that his white brother has aided in darkening his niind , we certainl y as believers in eternal justice should strive to relieve the wrongs which we have done this peop le and the love for our nations but welfare and the future of our kin should be an incentive in the same direction , We must as a people change our attitude and let ed...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
have the sympath y of all in their bereavement , and it is onl y hoped the child ’s sight will be restored. This oug ht to be a warning to all snow-ballers, twice within the past week , has this very same accident happened. When a sport becomes so disasterous it should be prohibited. _‘_- — _S. "MA COUNTRYMAN bURNS. " "l’was over time botcher , In fair Mont,’eal , One ev ’ning in winter A banqueting hall _Resound ed with laug hter , Louch , mirthful _mmdl long, With jests and with speeches And _,j ubilamst song. At foot of the table Sat _Sand y _McPlmail Diluting his ‘‘ hagg is With _flood s of Scotch ale; Till , filled to o’erflow ing, I-he modestl y rose , And _said , "If ye please, I’ ve ae toast to propose : "Ma COUNTRYMAN BURNS , Whase name is wed _kisowis As nature ’s am poet In ilka wide zomse—Of Burns , Bobby Burns To be prood it is well—But , mayhap ye ken na I’m a Scotchnsan mysel’. " The _wan d is indebted For nsusic and sang To Scotlamsd and Ital y All the year lamsg—But...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
you , you act more like babies than college students. The ladies will soon be comfortabl y situated in their new cottage. The bull-dogs which are to guard the cottage have arrived , and are in Ben Bever ’s care. What Linsz sings of Busy Bee ‘Tis good in morning, noon and ni ght , ‘Tis good in darkness or in li ght ‘Tis good wlsile working or at play, And always drives all care away. Professor in Mathematics— " Mr. Bartley, do you think you will get throug h valve gearing this time ? Bartley— " That all rests with you Professor. " The He llmuth Club held their first monthl y banquet in 473, March r ,. 1890. Turkey and cider were on the bill of fare. Several days after we noticed on old farmer chasing around the fields i ~ search of a stray turkey. Instructor— " What is a nioveable object ?" Prep. —" Wh y a-a-a-pony. " _- Instructor— " Correct. Give an example of an immoveable object. " Prep. — " Grieb’ s Hack," Instructor— " Correct also." A little incident which happened to Irish wh...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
" Tl ~ en fill up your glasses, Ma freends , amse and a’ I-lore’s, ‘ Time Canniest Scotchman i _’ lse war ld ovum’ saw _I Fom’ _th ere’s nae _hum an lsenrt But it tenderl y turiss To tlse Prince amausg I’odts—Id _mi countryman _llurns ! E. F, D LOCALS. Erastus I _. Pud’s mustache died of starvation. Old Sleuth , the chemistry detective, Dad has been reading Little Lord Fauntel roy. " What I know about H 2S04, " is Ghost lat est novel. Lovers Lane— " Could I but speak , what tales I would tell ?" Every dog has his day, but around this part of the countr y the cats have the n ight. When a Ghost is treated with H_, SO4 the precip itate is ghost sul phate P lus H 0. Bohn says, "M y gun ain ’t a ~~ _utchnian ’s gun if it does shoot around around a corner. " Professor in Chemistry — Tuttle I " Fine Brown ten cents for letting his alcohol lamp burn. " Quite a n um ber of the boy s took advanvantage of the slig ht snow and too k a sleigh ride to Bellefonte. Ghost says, "He used to live in P...
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
as it was at first rumored ," she goes on to prove it by sayin g, that , when she marr ied hini all the property lie had in this world was an old looking glass and a pen holder ; the latter she said he stole froni Pud. Mr. Lawrence J. Bursag lia , Manager of the Athletic and Bicycle Department of E. K. Tryon , Jr. & Co., Philadel phia , was at the college on th e i8th and _19th of _March . He broug ht a splendid line of samples of athletic goods and during his short stay booked orders amounting to alniost three hundred dollars, Ben Beaver to Doctor—Doctor ! _"I have just finished ci phering up every thing of damage which the Sophs. didl the ni ght t h e Freshmen had their supper ; on close fi guring I make it $25.09. There were two air vents missing from the radiators , I ain ’t sure they took them but I charged them on the bill all the same. " Doctor— " Very well done , Ben , you are the ri ght man in the right place. Just hand the bill to the Business Manager for collectio...
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
made the most pleasant of the three. What has become of the Junior Hop ? we were under the impression we were to have a hop once every term. Before dancing was allowed at the college every one was say ing what we would do if we were onl y allowed the privilege of dancing ; now that we have received the ri ght to hold dances , -wh y not take advantage of it, - For a year past , on account of the bad weather , the public road leading fr _’om the hotel up to the railroad , has been in a horrid condition ; especiall y through the town , in several places the water has been standing for months at a time. The inhabitants have petitioned the townshi p several different times to try and remed y the condition of affairs , but a deaf ear has been turned to all their appeals. Many of the business men of the town have become indi gnant about the matter and will , with the hel p of the college , take it upon themselves and pike at least the worst part of the _road . The latter part of the Winter...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
308 THE FR E The musical given it the chapel , March _14, under the supervision of Miss Willard was a grand success, All th ose who parti . ci pated in it were her students . Much credit and gratitude is due Miss Willard for het ’ untiring energy and ability in getting up such an entertainment. Althou g h Miss Willard has only been connected with the college two terms , we can notice a great- improvement in her department , more students are now taking music than for years past, and it can be plainl y seen with what rap id strides her pup ils are advancing. The programme was good throug hout and many were the _eticores. The last p iece (Kindersinfoni e) which was taken part in by Misses Atherton ’s, Olds Bell and McKee , needs a special word of praise ; the piece was long and very comp lex and the manner in which it was rendered showed that they were thoroug hl y drilled , Every bod y was hi ghl y pleased and we hope to be favored again some time in the near future with a similiar p...
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
Under the system of voluntary prayers at Harvard _, there is an average attendance at morning chapel of 250 out of a bod y of 1,200 students in college proper. The Columbia college library is said to be the best managed in the world. Writing materials are furnished for the visitors , and li ght meals are supp lied to students who are too busy to leave their work. American college papers exhibited at the Paris Exposition , excited great interest in forei gn education. Undergraduate journalism is practical ly unknown in Europe , there being but one college paper in Eng land. The University of Oxford , Eng land , - has decided to admit to its honor examinations without further conditions all women " who are graduates of colleges in the American association of colleg iate alumna ~ . The _$6oo,ooo given by Mr. J.D. Rockefeller with other subscri ptions and the gift of ten acres of land , valued at _$100,000 by Mr. Marshall Field , of Chicago , comp lete the one million dollars desired fo...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
The many friends of Licut. S. S. Pague will be pleased to learn that he again takes up his residence in the East. The Lieutenaii t’s regiment leaves Fort Buford and makes its head quarters at Newport Barracks , Ky., opposite Cincinnatti. _‘_e_0 COLLEGE ORBIT. There are 190 college papers in the United States. A fencing club has been organized at Columbia, Bancroft , the historian , is the senior alumnus of Harvard , Ann Arbor has two hundred and forty two courses of stud y. The total membershi p of the Greek letter societies is about 7 ~~ ,O0O. The Yale nine has arranged thirty-three games for the coming season. Brown , Union and Princeton , each offer a prize for the best college song. Brown University is to have, after April I , a new periodical to be called the Brown Liter. ary Magazine. The Junior Ball at Columbia , netted $900, of which $7, 00 has been given to th e college athletic association. Onl y ten per cent, of Cornell’s graduates have been women , yet they have over six...
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
EXCHANGES. In glancing over the last few issues of the Hes ~ erian _, it will be noticed that not a little amount of space and ability has been devoted to the department of College Fi-aternities , How much ju stice or injustice there may be in what is said we will leave those who are more deeply interested judge. But when a college paper , which is supposed to represent the body of students , and which is supported by the students is made subservient to the prejudic e of one faction against another , then there is something radicall y wrong in the idea of what a college journal should be. In the first place there are two sides to every question. But judg ing by the Hesper ian this theory is fallacious. In the second place , supposing there happens to be amp le reason for disagreement , the college paper is not the ground upon which to settle every Petty misundlerstandi li g between class, faction or set, Better settle your disagreement first , and then give us the deep generous thou...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
THE scarce one-third of the students know the first pri ti cip les of parliamentary law . In the Forinigh/ly Tandem of March 7th was printed in full the oration which won the second place in the Ohio State contest, While the writer in some parts may be a little extravagant in deducing results from present facts yet he strikes the key-note of reform and points out the road to the realization of Bellamy ’s " Looking Backward ," when he says : Make education universal and you destroy the fountain-head of. vice and poverty. _1g_. norance is the fruitful source of misery and want. ignorance , throug h its blurred visibn , cannot see results , and becomes the read y tool of every scheming demagogue. Riots and strikes are its legitimate fruits. Go to the secret councils of such as Spies and Most. Vile language , low foreheads , and eyes swollen with drink mark those men who would overthrow the State. The school-house must meet the grog-shop ; if not , alas for the State for society, for ci...
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
312 _- T E FREE LANCE ous position. It is not within its province to crim-inalize citizens. Its duty is limited to publishing the proceedings and decisions of the court which converts a suspected person into a criminal. " This expresses a sentiment upon a fact which is becoming more apparent every day, and while the people- themselves are to blame for the growth of such system , yet the ones who cater to this people at-c none the less reprehensible. - _- _- - LANCEL ETS , " Women can keep a secret ," says a proverb. " But it take a bi g crowd of them to do it. " So near to _gramideum ’ is our dust , So near to God is man , - \Vhen duty wisispers low , " _I numst ,’’ The soul _respond s, " I can. " — _Va_,,_de_,’bil/ Observe,’. When the student in physics seizes the wrong wire in the lab , he exclaims _" I amn sorry _I camsse insulate , I’m goimsg home to dynamo."—7 ’he _c_’a-in _, bus, "Irene , is it hard for you to bear cool treatment?" VVell, Josep hine , that depends. If a strawb...
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
DREKA Fine Stati onery and Engraving House , 112 1 Chestnut Street. Philade l Commencen ’ien _~ , Class Day, Fraternity, Reception and Wedding Invitations , Programmes , Banquet Menus , etc. Steel Plate Work for Fraternities and College Annuals. Fine Stationery with Fraternity or Class Badge , Monogram , et c. Visiting Card Plate Engraved for One Dollar , zoo Cards from the Plate for One Dollar. Designs , Samples and Prices sent on A ppl ication. _phia
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1890
1EGiAli1TTES Cigarette Smokers who are willing to pay a little Inure _thaii the pric e charged for the ordinary trade Ci garettes , still find TIllS BRAND superior to nil oth er s, BEWAR E OF IMITATIONS , _iiid obsci’v e that the firm name as below is _oi_, every pack age. ALLEN & G I NTER , Manufacturers, RICHMOND. VIRGINIA.