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

THE FREE LANCE P ub(is/ ied ~ none/ ily _dar ing time college gear 6y time _Students f time Pen nsylvania State college. STAFF. EDI’I_’ OR , W. M. CAMP, ‘ 91 ASSOCIA’I’IO EDITORS F. N. ~ VEID N ER , ‘ _91_. A. G. MCKEE , ‘ _91 F, J. POND , ‘ 92 Lit. N. M. LO rD ,‘ 92; Loc C. H. H ILE , ‘ 92; _Exch_. j. M. SMALL , ‘_93; Loc R. W. W_1_E ~ _LhAS_1soN , ‘93; Personal. Bus/ness Manager, H. E. GREENWOOD , ‘ 93 Ass/_s_/_an_/_M ana _, _~ ’er , C. J. _GIRv _IN, ‘ 93. ( One Volume ( _~ ,j _uws.) . . .$_i_.oo 7_Y_11 _?MS: ~ Single C() ~ ies. ._15 ( Paya ble in advance. Conti’ihntlons of nuiulteu’ and other iti(orm _iuthcnt lute _reqitootml _d _trai n alt _m e _m bers sail ox_.rnorntjurs of Lhio College, Literary matto m’ sh ould be _auldress ~ d to tho Editor. _Sub _somI _ptionmu , and all business _coniniun _ications , shmoutkl be ad. dressed to tIme Ititsinoss Manager. _~ _ntei ’cd at State Colfrqa P ose Of_/_leo as second class _matter, OWING to the failure of Messrs Zink , Craw ford and Bi...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 September 1890

of a summer vacation practicall y shut out from their min d s their sense of duty. This failure must be acknowled ged as a gross erroi , answerable on ly by the staff. Without the sli ghtest desire to shift the responsibility, or to make the blame personal , the surviving members of the old staff assume this position ; and _,—since it is not customary to publish a September _nun ~ ber—h ope by this issue— as a substitute if you like—to ~ l)l)_CR_5_C much of the wrath incurre _d . Althoug h it would seem untimel y now to speak largel y concerning commencement , yet we wish by a re ference to part of the program , and to the few days since our return to college, to be able to repay you in a small _d egree for the anxiety which our negli gence must have caused. _‘xr_’ ~see 110 reason wh y this year in _‘ ~ field sports should n ot be our best. Althoug h man y of our best ath—letes—those who have clone most to ra ise our standard .—graduatccl at the last commencement, we still have as g...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 September 1890

ju ry, instead of benefit , may result from an un tim ely or injudicious use of a certain piece of apparatus. Again , where students habituall y use the same piece, they bar other students from its use, thus leaving a tendency to confusion. Nothing seems more reasonable than to conjecture that , with a competent instructor who could _d irect each man in that training which he most needs for his chosen sport , we would not onl y have a greater variety in our field sports , but _Wouldi have men better trained for those sports in which we ar ~ now making but feeble efforts._ml_: THE inspection of the battalion by Col. Hug hes , Inspector General U. S. A., durin g the latter part of the last spring session , _d i _d to persons unacquainteci with the circumstances , reflect much dliscredlit upon the corps of cad ets. ~ I’hat we were not up to the hi gh standlard l which we hadi formerl y maintam ed on similar occasions , couldi be seen by every bod y ; but we are gladl to note that to no...

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

THE SOUL IMMOR TAL. Prize Oration of Jun ior Oratori cal Contest June 24, _m8 go Life, Death , and _Immcirt _ality . Who can fathom the deep meaning of these three words ? The niastér minds of all ages have been at work upon their solution, Life on earth ends in death , and death is the dark door to the other life in the still land beyond. The soul looking out from its home of clay beholds the actions and effects of that which is called Life. But what is this life ? To the present hour , the onl y answer reached by all scientific research and all philosophical inquiry has been , Life is force. If we go one step farther and inquire what is force , the ever read y reply is, force is life. The stud y of this great question , what is life , leads us into realms unseen and unexp lored. Does matter generate life into itself , or do we conceive of it as having been supplied to the worl d at the beginning of all life on the globe , and handed down to succeeding generations of living forms ?...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 September 1890

onl y to hover over thee for a moment and then withdraw in terror. All contributions to this theme are marked by an essentia l vagu en ess, and every avenue of approach seems darkened by impenetrable shadow. What questions rise like living waters to the fountain ’s brim when our eyes are turned from bouyant life and cruel death to the life beyond _I Shall the soul exist in a state of separation from the body ? The poet Goethe was once standing in a posi. tion from which he had a majestic view of the Setting sun. Remaining in perfect silence for many minutes , at last he said with mystic but tremulous emp hasis , " Un/erge1 ~ end sogar is/ e s immer d_/_eseThz ~ e _Sonne." "Setting, nevertheless the sun is always the same sun. _I am full y convinced that our spirit is in a being of a nature quite indestructible , and that its activity contintIC S from etern ity to all eternity. ’’ 1-le re was a man fam iliar _.with all philosop hies and all research and this was his conclusion. Setti...

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

_i ts own conscious state , reveals to him a world of intellectual endowments and powers which unite in calling for a future existence as the onl y adequate sphere for the ir perfect development and action. The power of thinking makes man the partaker of that which is divine. All existence is founded on thoug ht; for it is the external thoughts of God that have found their self realization in this world. In thinking, man assumes his own existence ; in thinking of God he assumes the existence of God. In thinking of eternity he assumes the existence of an eternity, and thus this wondrous power of thinking, this inner language of the mind proves almost to a demontration the realit y of a future existence. Man has thoughts , thoug h ts of t he highest , and thoughts of himself. This is one aspect of his likeness to God , and links his soul with him in an endless existence. Establishing the same truth is the power of free will. The animal has instinct , man haslree will , His acts are de...

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

It makes the two worlds one. r_1 _~he universe , the broad theatre for the disp lay of God’s wisdom , love and power , and t he actors , God , and souls , in an unending scene of harmonious action and unspeakable glory. Spirits coming and going, meeting and working out the _l)_robleI ~ s which involve an eternity, perfectl y at home in these vast themes of the knowled ge and purposes of the Eternal Father. The analog ies of nature and the vague reasonings of our keenest philosop h y leave us in the shadows of doubt. But by the li g h t t h at beam s from afar , we look with confidence beyond th is vale of life and death to those unseen hills on which the li ght of life falls evermore , and gazing on their lofty hei ghts we listen iii the calmest mood of nature , to reason , to the longings of the human heart , and the priest of song harmoniousl y unites with these in their testimony to immortality.it _tn_,_t ~ t be so, i’Iato, thou veasonest well _I Else why this pleasing hope, this...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 September 1890

flow harsh upon her ears hits words did sound _I In foreign tongue lie seemed _Isis thoughts to tell, Sit e _felgm sefi the _kmsowho dge of his words pt ’ofotittii A mid deigm ied to yleh _d tile hand lie _lov d so well. "_I oft _h ave wished to be on _yomulo i’ _htel _ghs t. " ~~ The coylshs maiden quickly gave r eply, "To see disrobit ug day prepare for night , And h_,ioacl protection from tI me attu’s on h igh "—Alt , sea ! _th e Earth h eaves _ti ~~ h er _m ighty breast , _Th e blushing Sums extends his t’acliamst _arm s, Amid In that fond embrace the two will rest Ut itil _com manding day br ings h er new charms. We’ve i’eaelsed tIm e _lu ll where elms stand high amid proud lint look _I _110_w, fette red by a niitiyo grape That _orouchil mig dogwood , cloth ed as with it shit’o ud , Ot’ with a _fu ll of snow, hills host Its sh ape. _Wh at h eaven is this th at makes such burdens great? Fair flower , well dost thou symbolize to mite A ti ne nobility, amid _em ulate Tlse high est...

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

Th is stillness deep, as (_Iarktue ss round us folds, Makes audible thso voice that speaks wit _h in, _110w mystic _Is tlso flower th at twilig h t _huolde Ero tongues of nigh t thei r melodies begin. Do not our _tlsoughuts , transcending eart h ly bomium _de, Ra nch upward to the one Eterna l Mind , Whmihe in our souls thue faintest ech o sounds These wor _ds :— ’O, snan I this _hife ~ _otcrna l find !’ Nigist follows chose observed its sable gown And at our beds oft breathes it In our ears , So myria _d stat’ s th at from tlseir h eight, hook down _Imsvl ta our thuoug lsts to a world of endless years. " Mote bitter now _th is lover felt h is pain , For every word estrange d Isis (mom _isis love _Bbs song could _lmc ’_ar accord with Isor sweet strain Ills eyes were turned upon the star above. Titan thuroug hs Isis hear ised mimsd such di ff’ront _tlsoug _hits Wore coursing, as Iso traced th e astral field , DivIding it imut o its stellar plots Amid mnalciuug sure that _cad s its ow...

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

continu oths war witil one another , while between the princi pal states , Austria and Prussia , there was a never ending strugg le for supremacy. These quarrelsome governments have finall y been harm . onized and combined into a mi ghty and ’ enli ghtened nation , mainl y through the efforts of one man , Prince Bismarck. A little less than thirty years ago, when this remarkable man was placed at the head of tile Prussian governmeh _lt , all Germany was under the dominant ihlfluence of Austria. But he immediatel y laid his plans for tile unification of ’ these separate prihlcipalites into a strong national government which should have Prussia for its head, His idea was to carry out his plans by military force, and he boldl y declared that German affairs were not to be settled by speeches or majorities , but by "blood and iron. " With this end in view the already overburdened people were called upon to furnish money for tile reorganization of the army. %Vh_’ ~ n the Prussian assembl ...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 September 1890

burning questions of domestic policy before tile government , These: were what shall be done with the Roman Catholics who thoug ht that tile Pope should control Germany ; and what shall be done with the Socialists who believed in a r ~ voltl ti _ohl the form of government? Bismarck deter _m ined to crush tIle life olIt of both these parties , and had the most ri gid and repressive laws enacted , In 1873 th e celebrated May laws were _passed whIch it supposed would compl etl y l)reak the Catholic power. For introducing these measures Bismarck was justl y accused of violating the CoIlstitution , tramp ling on all reli gion , and ignoring every princip le of honor and ri ght. He could enforce his laws , but he soon found lie could not change the relig ions convict ions of the _mnii li ons of German Catholic’s. In spite of his repre ssions they have continued to flourish and grow in power, They have compelled the iron chancellor to recede step by step from his position until the May law...

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

d riven as th ey were in the time of _Fred erick the Great , but Bism ark has failed to realize this. He has _attesii l)ted to rul e not with the peop le , but in spite of _ihChiI _, He has failed to gu ide isis lathes ’_— ‘a nd along the lines of const itut ional reform , which are plai nly una ske _d Out by the po litics of the western wou ld. ‘Tis true he has raised a German nation , and is in many resp ects to-be called great , but t h e da y of his usefulness is over. _‘l’he sun of his absolute power h as forever set , and w ith retirem _en t fm’oiuu power a bri ghter hiioi’t) da wn s for t _h e down -ti’ocl _— den peop le of Germa ny IN MEMOR JAM. At _mc im sec _ttm_, g of the Semsior class, t h e foiho _win g s’ _~ _soimi _. t hesis oct thue deaths ot’ _Chtcm ’a 1 ~ _hizttbuti m _IItcs ’t _swh cim wer e adopted : it Is wit _h tise _deepost ~ sorrow timict wu _lm_:_we been bm’ossghmt to realize _timit t it _imits _pleitse _l _I ems _III _I_. w _iso _l_’ i’Ov _Lu _(_11100 _to r...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 September 1890

The foot ball season begami here on the izth of Sept,, w hen the first practice game of the season was played. Simice theii several games have been played and at present the indications are t hat we shall have a very fair team to represent the college during this season, Several very desirable men entered the college this fall , ati d , as the Pick of the old team is still here , we have reason to hope fo r a first class eleven. App licants for position s on the team went into training on the m orning of the _I5th ,andl they have been steadil y at work since then. A schedule of games ivith the best colleges jO tile state has been arranged by the foot-ball committee , and we doubt not that P, S. C. will ex perience a bett er , a more successf ul season than it did last year. On Friday evening, Sept, _12th , the annual reception of the Y, M. C. A . was _h eld in the halls of the _Wash ington amid Cresso mu Literary Societies. Refreshments were scm’ved during the evening and splendid m...

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

Rug by, His bays were fed , and comuupehled to make muscle. It was no cracker and tea diet that laid the foundat ions of Gladstone ’s and Bismark’ s lives. _Beh ind these mcmi lies a yo uth of foot ball , base.bahl , an d other college sports. ‘‘The glory of youm ig m ~ n is their strength ’’ Let LhS ta ke care of that. L OCALS On tIme lmemtd of tIme bed sat Khmig _Beml.bu _g bold , TIsu s’ooiii lie wits Ims was icy cold; lie said to himself with mt ivhmik of the eye:— "I’ll dine oms some blue blood tonig h t, or mile , " Heard on the drill groun d: _"J ust as you was, " Gibbom iey says lie is _bouhi d to have a Holiday. The three graces—Lovett , Spence , Ne svburn . McDonnel l , to his squad : "Turhi your faces to the college amud your backs towards Foster ’s sto re," _January, —February, —March . In t _h e ivords of otmr absent Sam , " Rastus has _wehi t , " lie is teachi n g t h e blac k idea h ow to _sh oot in Nashville , Temi n . A testimi g machine , capab le of testing up to ...

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

Bather (itikoy amts _In isms clingy old _simop, _P atiently _wmthti ng Imis next victim to em’op lie _ohmuckh _esmincl _immwam ’diy smiles _A ~ he s’e_,_n _emmmbmm _i’ ~ t _h e last lmsmus lie v _Ict t mmm _l’_,,ed, A wom’id _wlmh e s’eputa tiomi h as th Is bas’bem’ got , Im’os’ time _Immi,ir _mm cuts amscl the whsiskoi’s he cams block; Ills tommie is sts’ong amid isossessos great stve _migt _hm , AmmO will snake _omse ’sbea r ci glow to groat _iemm g(ii . It o places his victim In the _olsaim’, _Ami mi roughly seizes him by the _mmmcii ’ ; lie works the clippers wil ls _mc dexterous _hmmtnd , Pu _hhims g _01_st time _hai s’sim’om every glan _d . Ills s’mizom’s ate made of tIme best of steel, They ate _shmam ’p ammO keen , you can toil by time fuel ills shsamnpoos mIre equal to a Tmmm’kt _slm _bitth _m, Amid time vlotimms hemmvos filled full or ws’scthi. T _h e equipment of the Depart nue nt of Electrical Eng iiueering has beemu increased by thie addition of a four -li gh t , two t ...

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

State College , J _ul y 3othu , Shie was a nsost estiniable young lad y, amid will be sadl y mmssed by her fr iehuds and classmates. ~ 9_o_. D. C. Reber is now travelling in Ohio for t h e beiuefit of his health _, ‘ 90. Jno . A, Hunter has been appoituted Prof . of Mechanical Eng ineering at Fiske University. ‘90. W. H. Walker is taking advanced work in ch emistry. ‘90. F. A. Bryan is engaged as a civil eng ineer by the P. R. R., at _Wehl svihhe , Ohio. ‘90. H. B. McLean is back at P. S. C. taking advanced work in mechanical eng ineerih g. ‘90. Geo. R. Meek is 00 the staff of his father ’s paper at Bellefonte. ‘90. Gilbert A. Beaver terest of t h e Y. M. C. A. is travelling ifl the in-He was present at the reception given here by the Y_. M. C. A., _011 Sept. _12_th . ‘90. H. Walton Mitc _h ell , soon after commencenuent , entered a law firm at l’ittsburg , where lie eni ploys his time looking for hidden dreams in Bhackstone . ‘90. Phil , Gossler is sims’ filling a position as assis...

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

COMP ANY B: C’ap/a/n, - . - H. Hami uihton Jr F/_,’st Lieutenant, . - J. H. Yocum . " Sergeant, . , H. H. Herr. Second " - . - M. S. M’Dowell Lance " - . A. C. Read . Coiftoiai, . . - C. A. Cummings COMPANY C: C_’ _aj5iain, - _, . F. N. Weidner. First Lieutenant, - . D. M. Tay lo r. " Sergeant, - , W. W. _BoIm. Second " . . 1_’. 0. Glenn. Lance " . . . E. W. Bush. _Co_, ~ oral, - . . H. E. Dunkle. H. W. Mattern _, COMPANY D: C ~ j_5_tain, • . . _‘ vV. M. Camp. First Lieutenant, . \V, A Ban _Icy. " Sergeant, . - W . McKee, Second, " . . D. L. Sommervile Lance " . - H. R. Pratt, " " . . J. W. Stephenson Co ~ f to_, ’ai, - . . F. Orbin . PERSONALS ‘_93. Wni . Bih ’dsahl is spem idiug a few months in Mississi pp i. W. P. Rothrock , formerl y of ‘_92 , has returned amud joi hied the class of ‘_93. ~~~~~~ B. F. Williams will attemud _Chlest er Military Academy during the conuing year. ~~~~~ Daniel Gross _h as been appoim itech as a Catlet to t h e _\Vest Point Military Academy. ‘92. j ohu...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 September 1890

89. J. Price Jackson , hate an instructor in Fiske ’s Universit y, now holds the position of In sj ector of Electric Ra ih -wa ys for the Edison Co. He is now at Reaching, Pa. ‘88. Georg e Downin g has been _appoint ed assistant iii Ph ys ics , Mr. 1)o ~ v _n ing has taken adiva nced work at th e Mass. Institute of Techn ology since his gr aduation. ‘87 W. F. White has 1)_CCoIui c a Ji emuedi ctio _hi . Miss Helemu Foster , now Mrs. White , is t h e _h appy bride, _‘l’he Cehemoiuy was perf ormed in t h e _l’ res_. byt eriam _i chapel at State College , Aug. _~ 3rd , _I_8 9o. They expect to make their h ome ~ Ii _O _mui aha , Neb., where Mr. White h ol _d s a h i gh position in _au Electrical Company. ‘_86 , l’_ierl Da r l _in gton is now open for congrat . _ti la_: ions. _‘l’iie happ y event occurred at Great Jiarri _mlgto n , Mass ,, t he lionie of the bride , Miss J osephiiie Sanfor d. W. J ~ . Jacksomu was among the fr iends l)re ~~ m_)t. _‘85. We are always g la d to record the ...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 September 1890

Richter ’s Dreanu. The mamum ier in which Dr. Athertbn p ictured th is dream was such as to draw forth general _commiu emut. It in no way detractedi merit fronu t h e add ress , but on th e ot h er h and , omi _l y _maci _c it see mui the more folcible andh clear. H is wom ds to the grad tmating class were brief and very appropriate. When the twenty -three members of the class of ‘ 90 stood u p to h ear t he last wo rds of good advice and admu _ioni tion , it was then th at tlu e true sign ificamuce of tiuc Baccalaureate Sermom _m was _appmec _:ated. The real _mui _ean ing of graduatiom _u comiuiences to dawmu upon one ; ami d we see the dividing l i ne bet w een t h e pheasant fields of _stud y and l)_repar atio fl , and the busy, pushing, practical patha’ay of real life . When the bemuediction was prom iouiuced by t h e Rev. B. F. l)avis , eaclu one left t _h e chapel , fee h imug that it was rarel y _ohie ’s privilege to listen to such an able discourse. MONDAY , JUNE 23. The fea...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 September 1890

ORA1W A’ViON DAY, Imt _misic. ‘‘Mar tha , ’’ — . — _— — _Flo(_ou Ora tion , - - The Formative Days _ol tIme Umm iom _i_, _h owar d ~ Valto _mm Mitchel l , 1’i_((_sbmu _~ /_. Oration , - Oum’ National Ten siemicy _In _Ilu simiess & Poh _itles SVII 11am _Iiemmj _am mm _i _mm _Jackson , Slate _Csllryc_. M usic, "_Ooham _m ," - - - . - - Lem’oq Om at lo n, — — — - - _Ihi _snm mu’k’ s L’oliey_, Iiai’iy _Rus _~ ci _Leydemi , _DiCe_/_i _Omeek_, OratIon , - College _immitue nee on Political and Smmc _ial [‘ro b. _iem ~ . _Olibe rt _A&l mims Beav em’, _Delloj osi_(_o_. Music , Piccolo Solo, By Mr C S. Shields - _un Thi _em Valedictory _Omittion , - George S. _Demmhmg, If _am ’m ’islimm_,_f / MusIc , Violin Solo fly Mr . Flank Steubge n , - _Dc _ilc,_io_( Commencement _Acldre bs, - By _110_mm, Stewart _L_. _Woodford Conferring Degm’ees anti Awarding Prh _ze _~ , (_J_,_m_,_i _dida _(_es for Dcgrceo _and (_jcr_(_illcatco_, _hi . S., _Ta _(/ _Geue_,,_al ,_S_’_e_/_escc _Co_,,_rmw ...

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