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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
ing down a policy, which would obtain intern ation al conc u rrence, by which his countrymen mi ght be relieved of th e bu rde n s wh ich the need of constant preparation for war _m iposes upon them. In the last seventeen years, France h as expen ded hu ndreds of m il lions of dollars upo n defensive fortifications ’ — defences which , in part , at least , are now, it is said , rendered obsolete by the discovery of new appliances for carrying 0/_i offensive ’warfare. She spend in g at th e presen t ti m e f or the mere mainte n ance of her ar my abo ut _$140, - ooo,ooo per annum , and more than $40,000,-000 per ann u m , for the maintenance of _h er nav y. This tremendous outlay is , nearl y equivalent to the entire expense of the Un ited States gover n ment , less what is paid in pensions and what is put aside for a sinking fund , Thus , in ’ _t 88y, the entire expenditures of the Fre/ich government were ~ 625, - 000,000, against an expe/iditure during the same t ime, of $3 15,000,...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
them , the German military service would quickl y beconie too _uli liopular with the peo-P le to be niainta ined , But the trouble with any such arrangeme/ it is that thus fat the French peop le have not given positive assurance that the feelings of revenge have ’ dileci out in their hearts , _andl that they have no intention of taking adva lit—age of such Opp Ol’tu _liiti _es as chance may throw in their way . Probabl y the ni aj _oi ’ity of the French peo pie _ard entl y desire peace , and woul _d not enter into a war if by aii y possibility it could be _avoided , but there is a minority that occup ies an _entn el y different position _, Thus far no French statesman has bceii found wit h sufficient strength of character to boldl y affirm that it is /ieceSSai’y for the welfare of France , both in t _h e _preseli t and the future , to accept accomp lished facts , to clear themselves from the vicious entang lements which now embarrass the ir action _and , by proclaiming their _ilite ...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
1ine ~ r veloc i ty onl y in length , and is equal to the aiig le wh ich 2 _~ t makes with _. the circumference. " During the Easter vacatio/_i the Vesta Boarding Club nioved its quarters upon the hill , overlooking the town aii d is now run by Mrs. Th ompson. Chiarley Aull has played a good game of ball this season ’ ; in three games he has made two three base hits , Brew met with a painful accident while at _Altoon a wi, thi the Base-ball Club. During practice , in endeavori/_i g to catch a fl y, he stepped on a loose board which tri pped him , th rowing him heavil y on h is ankle and spraining it badl y. He was about in a few days and will be able to continue h is position on the team. Th e Phil _, Gamma Deltas have laid out a very fine tennis court back àf _th eir chapter house and _h ave graded the yard in front , which will be la id out in flower beds and walks. We should have another dynani o, alread y the one we have is taxed beyond its power , a/i d still niore li ghts are ...
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
pleasant t ime, but no one could conce ive the , success that was in store for it. During the afternoo ii and evening of th e day set the guests began to arrive , carriages conveyed them f ro m the train to the college, and in th e eve/iing, when the grand niarch commenced , full y two hundred and fifty people were in attendance , One hundred electric li ghts lit up the arniory till it shone and sparkled like a crystal palace. Thie dancing began at 8 P. M., and lasted , with sli ght intermissions , till 10 o’clock , when the concert begaii. A li gh t lunch was th en served, Everyth ing was doiie to make the guests comfortable, D ancing was resumed af ter the concert and continued t ill i o’cloc k. We are sorry time and space will not allow us to give th e names of the guests present , but the majority were from Behie fonte , Hun ti/igton , Tyrone, Lock Haven , West Chester, Ph iladelphia. and Phill ipsburg. The music was furnished by Stopper & Fisk’s orchestra of ten pieces,...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
recentl y in the vicinity, con tr ived by forcible mean s to ent er the provi sion department of th e ladies’ cotta ge. In this treasure vault there was resting in supposed security one of the triump hs of the art of the professoress of D. E. It was a cake. The villains imm ~ diately determined to purloin this luscious looking hunk of sweetness. But alas I w’hen two of the thieves attempted to pass the feathery crumb out of the window to an accomplice ; th e latter gent (?) was unable to carry it and so it dropped to the ground with a dull thud ’ Oh , how h eavy it was , and yet it was not large. There was but one way of removing it, and so a mule and a cart and a large axe were procured , the dainty morsel was hacked into pieces of convenient weight , and th ese were carted away one by one to the rendesvou z. The effect of the terrible nig ht ’s wor k was very telling on the robbers , both outwardl y and inwardl y, and nothing was seen of them for several days. To the lady inmates ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
STATE COLLEGE. R. H. _P_. O. A. E McLean , c., _I , 2, 5, 2, 0, _Mock _,3 b., _I , _I , , 0, 3, _I_, Musser , _5. s., _1, 0, 0, 3, 2, Cartwri ght , _I b., 0, 2, 12 , 0, o, J ackson , r. f., o, 0, 0, 0, 0_, Mattern , _1_. _1., _I , I _, 2, 0, 0. A therton , _C. f ., _I , I , 3, 0 0, _Aull ,2 b,, _I , _I , 4, _1, 2. Ellenberger , p, o, o, _i , 6, o_. Totals , 6, 8, 27, _15, 5. Altoona , . . . o_, o, 2, 4, 2, _‘ i , o, 2, x.— _12 State Colle ge, . . _1, 0, 0, 0 ~ 0, 0, 0, 3, 2.— 6 Earned runs—Aitoona 7; State College _2_. Bases on balls—Altoona 3; State College 2. Struck out—Altoona 5 State College 8. Left on bases—A/toona 7; State College 3. Two base hits—Donoghue, O’Brien, Three base hits—O’Brien , Au/ I and Cartwm’i ght . Time of’ _gam e—I hour and 45 minutes. Ump ire—Amies. On Saturday afternoon , April _5th , the new gymnasium was informall y opened. The announcement of the fact was hailed with en th u siasm by every one as we have been waiti/_i g long for the event. During the af...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
With the advent of Spring has conic not onl y base-ball , but tennis. Quite a number of games have beeii played alread y and a great interest has beeii awakened amo/i g the stu dents. Prof. McKee ’s court was the first one put into condition , but all of the others were soon prepared , and it is safe to say that this po pular sport is now in full swing at P. S. C, Most of the goods ordered by the students of E. K. Tryoii & Co., have arrived and certa inl y speak ~ veil for the firm. The blazers aiid caps in college colors , are splend id samp les of svorkmanshi p aiid niake a very fine appearalice, Indeed every one has reason to feel satisfied with the work of the firm. Gilbert A ~ Beaver attended thi e conference of college men with the two Y. M. C. A. international secretaries, held at Albany. The death of Mrs. Olds was a shock to th e community. She had been suffering for a long tini e, and althoug h conipetent doctors did all in their power , there was no relief. A lad y...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
A Law school has been establi shed in connection with Dickinson College. One hundred and seventy-five out of three hu/idred antI sixty-five colleges in the United States , publis h college papers. Blam e is the onl y college graduate in Harrison ’s cabinet. ’ The Dartmouth seniors have decided not to have any class-day or other social festivities on their graduation. The total recei pts of th e Yale-Princeton foot ball game _Ofl Tha/_i _htsg ivin g Day were ~_15, 254-.50. The Foot-Ball Association receivedl as Princetoii ’s share of t h e proceeds ~ 5, 6o4. The you_/_i g ladies at Swarthmore are among the best supporters of athletics in th e college. They are alway s read y to contribute to th e organizations among the college men , and subscribe liberall y for all athletic u/i dlertakings. An effort is being made to form a foot-ball league of John Hop kins , Swarthmore Columbia and Haverford. EXC HANG ES, In glancing over the exchanges wh ich come to us each mont h , one is at a lo...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
‘90. D. C. Reber is now engaged in business in _Schiuy lkill I-Iaven. ‘_91. H. D. Meek is now clerking for the Car/ieg ie Iron Company, and is sit u ated at their Scotia Works. His Excelle/icy Gove r nor Beaver, one of the Board of Trustees of our cell ege, pa id us a short visit recentl y. 89. C. G. Roop is iiow at Timber City, wh ere lie has accepted the position of princ ipal in a newl y established school. COLLEGE ORBIT. In the village of Strobeck , Russia , the pupils in the h i ghest grade in the schools are obliged to pass a yearl y examination in chess. An Oratorical contest league has been fornied , coniposed of th e following colleges : The Westerii University, Alleghen y College , Geneva , _Thiiel , Grove City, Washington and Jefferson and Westnii/ister. Students are ranked 0/i a scale of 4 at Yale. The hi gh est rank ever give/i a student is 3.73, which gI’adl e was received by the valedictorian of the class of ‘88. The New Jersey Legislature has taken action so that Rut...
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
the month , much after the sty le of the stere .otyped beg inning of some people’s letters :— _"I received your letter and was glad to h ear f rom you , etc. " To another it is simp ly a department of college notes. Soni e take it as a place to display their ability as a critic , cutting ri ght a/i d left without aiiy discretion whatever: wh ile others take _thie _’othe/ extreme of making it a sort of " mutual aclniii’ation affair. Lately there has been an attempt to niake this department of more universal interest than it h as bee/i hereto fore , by a scheni e introduced by the _Luilierz ’ille Seminarian. Tli e plan introduced is, that of the editors of th e exchange departments shall each j ropose soni e question pertaining to college life , and its necessities, a/i d these questions are then to be taken up and _disct/sse _dl by the different jour/ ials as exchaiige matter , The idea is a commendable one , in as niuch as it shows a desire to get out of the rut of coni nionp _lace ...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
mentary names, but there is no room in the college paper for such ungentlemalily remarks. Let us be fai r and sincere and beli eve that the paper is published for the benefit of those who read it, and not for the mere gratifi cation of the w riter , and we can feel satisfied , whatever t h e result , that we have performed our duty. The Dickinson Liberal and The ~ ‘ ~ _onrnal lies upon our table, Both journals of one college founded upon the princi ple and carrying out the same object. The departnient s in both j ourna ls are well st_/ stained h . As far as literary ability, ali d we mi ght say fi/_lancia l ability is concerned , we would not for a mome/it question the desirability of publishing two t apers in one institution , But ~ vhien it br ings up th e question of loyalty to a society first , and the institution afterwards , then it is _qUesti _o_/iable if ‘th e best interests of the instituti o/ _1 is served by two publications. The Pennsylva nian which conies to us every wee...
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
mats who entertains such sentinie/its as above quoted can feel himself t/’ue to th e government under wh ich lie lives. If th e cause was ri ghteous can it sleep ? And if ri ghteous , can those who entertain it be considered ~ afe citizens ? To both questions _I would say, /_10 When the writer speaks from a philanthropic poi/_i t of view , we ech o his sentiments , but wh en he euhog ises the fallen cause , we can onl y condemn. The _1_/ ide_/ ta conies to us for the first ti/lie. It has a very neat appeara/ice , a/id from a literary stand- point it is very well gotten-up. Taking it as a college journal , we would hesitate to pronounce it entirel y a success. It lacks real college /iews. It takes up a good part of its editorial space to call attention to its literary articles, These are two faults which should hot appear in auiy college paper. — LAN CELETS . A FABLE. _" Oh , you ’re a _h ard case ," said the ostrich to the tortoise. May be I am , but I am not as fast as you ," rep l...
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
SCH 1U’FFiR & SONS Tz ~ iIor 5 Have a fine selection of Woolens of tile latest and most popular designs. The very latest sha pes of HATS AND CAPS ar t1_@ni i’s Fur ~ is ~ thg goods_, Fine Neckwear a specialty M I LITARY UNIFORMS FOil PRICE , FIT AND QUA LITY ARE UNEQUALED. STATE COLLEGE , PA _~ ~ ~ ~~
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
"$peci ~ 1 Beøignø " All Club and Colle ge Colors In Engl ish Lawn Tennis Flannels. COAT AND $5 00 CAP ENGLISH FLANNEL ~ I ~ RO _( SF~1_~ 5 i ~ E-1)UCE D rj ~ o $4.50. STUDENTS’ GOWN S AND CAPS, $6.75. ~~~~ Specinl Discount on Class Outfits. Write for Estimate amsd Samp les . E. 0. THOMPSON Tai lor—C lothIer—Import er , 1338 Che8tnut Street Opposite the rvlse-at, PHILADELPHIA Jl’inest _2_t_113_?’CFUSPt _2_’OIIOP’ifl_(/, 908 _Walnu t _,Sti’eet
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
The SUHAPPER & BUDENBERG Improv ed Cxhaust $team Injector _I_,_) uJ m_1 7. I-—1 Work ed by _oxlma ust stoam froimi non -condensI ng engines. Is beyond doubt time most _econom Ical boiler feeder In the _m arket, _3_’ur _pat_’ tioulans address SCHAPPER & BUDENBERG. 40 John Street , New York. Or , 18 South Canal St., Chi cago , _Iii
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
DREKA Fine Stationery and Engraving House _112 _1 Chestnut Street , PhIladel phia Commence ment , Class Day, Fraternity, Receptio n and Wedding Invitations , Programmes , Banquet Menus , etc. Steel Plate Work for Fraternities and College Annuals. Fine Stationery with Fraternity or Class Bad ge , Monogram , etc. Visiting Card Plate Engraved for One Dollar . moo Cards from the Plate for One Dollar. Designs , Samples and Prices sent on App licatIon.
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
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