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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
relation between capital and labor. To that source labor must look for its reward C. P. S. THE MEASURE OF SUCCESS. Success in life is the goal toward which man is strugg ling. But two adjectives describe his progress, successful and unsuccessful . Some have good motives , some have bad ones, and men of both classes are sanguine with the expectation of attaining their objects. It is reasonable to leave out entirel y those of the latter class. Althoug h some men h ave good m ot i ves , and are little criticised by the world , yet these may not be a means of attaining to true success. Let us look at this. Surel y man was placed on this earth for a purpose ; if then he fulfils that purpose , has he not made life a success to its fullest extent? Here then is the key to the whole matter; that is , ~ o find our missions. The measure of our success depends , then , on how fortunate we are in choosing our places, and how ~ vell we succeed in filling them. In the first place, one must cultiva...
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
thousands of lives and millions in property were saved. Would you say those who fell there , were not successful , as soldiers? What of the martyrs who have died for christia n ity? Will you say that their lives were not successful ? They were poor , most of them , they had little of what we call pieastire ; they were little honored by the world at the time and in the end they died horrible deaths. But to whose efforts shall we ascribe the success of christianity ? Would it not be largel y to these men , who , by sacrificing their welfare aided , time cause which became stmccessftll in the end? You know of many great inventors and discoverers who have died poor , neglected , and almost forgotten; but to whom belongs the honor of the success which their efforts finall y produced ? A man must acconimodate himself to the circumstances in which he is placed ; and if he is in the ri ght to brave ly stand. no matter what the odds are against him; for by so doing he increases the genera l ...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
Doxology as sung by time _Freshm en : PraIse ‘113 from wlmom all blessings _h o w , I_’ralse her, ait Fr _eshmon _, he re _1_)_010_w ; _I_’_ral se her great name , ye verdant _imo ~ t_, Pra Ise ‘93, or be forever lost. Loyd , in the great _‘ 92— ’ 94 foot-bail game , gets the ball and then yells "Hu e _I Hue I dare I run with it?’ ’ Hilde , examining a one hundre d candle power electric globe: "Professor , what horse power is this globe?" Since his promotiohl as corporal we have heard that "Tidioute " has had _chevron s sewed on his night shirt. We suppose that he also ‘‘ slee ps on his arms. " The Count ’s H Til e Count ’s _‘l’he Co unt ’s before the Lewisburg tri p) eyes eyes after the Lewisburg trip, It is said that Hay den , tile great German musician and composer , was a tremen dous gornlanclizer . All thillgs being equal , what a great musician "Motzbury ’’ would make. Prof. (in Prep. mathematics ) ‘‘Mr. Bali down. " _sit . Bawl— "_Pwaffessa ~ v_, ivir. JsawI— _’’k-_’waUessa ~...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
Live up to your convictions and to what you ~ know is ri ght. Honesty, no matter what others do about you , is always the best policy. AN ELECTRIC RHYME An Ampere got loose, on a day, on a day, Fro _m chemical atoms o( battery Zinc E ngaged wit _h _1128_o_4 In a fray, And _instant hy then lie was _off, like a wink. lie wedded a Voit , a must beautifu l Volt , A contact-begotten , imigh born E. M. F.. J ust free d _1mm time stress of moleo’har assau lt , Anti ready with it for a _tiff, for a _till_’ . Tog etho i’timey sped , witim out mass, _witi mout _welgl mt , On , 0mm , thmro ugh time wire witim velocity, v, Like thoug _lmt , or like llgimt . quite a wondem’ful j ute , _Th is Watt , or Volt-Ampere , electric _II_. P. Time atoms like vortices were Imurled and wore swirled , Time Olmms tha t resisted were turned into _._Toules The ethier aro und into hin es of force whirled Like those thm at proceed from magnetic ah poles Tim e planets anti sun feht tIme _Jar , from afar, Of radian...
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
Any parties coilten ip lating a banquet in which it is desired that wild game be one of tile treats on t he bill of fare would _d o well to _conlmllunicat e ‘‘_mit Veil y Pohn . _’’ The Marshals elected by tile different classes, and who 110w have charge of tile gymnasium are : ‘ 9i—Camp, Suloff, Yocum, _‘gz— C . E. Aull , Bohn , Crawford . ‘93— Fay, H. \V. Mattern , Rothrock. ‘94—Edwards , Dowler , Kn ittle. Prep.—B lair , Cartwri ght , Redford. The earl y frosts this year have been doing _lileir work aild as a result , n ~ any cilestnuting parties may be _SCCfl st i’ol _Ii i ~ g away to tile 1110011 ta ills Oil S _~ ut _urday _mornings. As the y iel _d is large this _yea r , no better op port u nity pr esents itself for pleasure and exercise , than the forming of these Pa il CS. Wan ted— A room mate ; _in tist be of good morals , perfectl y quiet , _m ust always keep lus feet on tile floor and not sit Oil til e bed ; must have soumld teeth and be an _iliveterat e smoker, I f good ...
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
This fall , foot-bail is to be carried on far more systematicall y than has hitherto becil the case. A conlmittee composed of students from the several classes met several days ago and arranged tile following _sciledlile : Oct. 4th , ‘ 92 V_5 ‘ 94. Oct. 8th , ‘ _~ 3VS Prep. Oct. x8t h, ‘93VS ‘94. Oct. 22nd , ‘ 92 V_5 ‘93. Oct. 25t h , ~~~~ vs Prep. Nov. _ist , ‘ 92 vs Prep. The department of Civil Eng ineering has been very much crowdea for two years past. The _hlUfll ber of students now taking tllat course has become very large and llecessitates an assistailt. At pres. emIt Prof . Barnard has practicum ll with tllrce classes , s _lIne days with two classes at tile same time. We are glad to learn that an assistahlt is soon to be had and thus one of our most flouris _lliml g courses shall continue _uhltramme ied in the work in which it has been making an excellent record. The growth of the institt itio ll is indicated not onl y by the additional new buildings and the great number of ...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
affair had i)een talked about and when tile tim e came qU ite a crowd was presen t to witness the event . Twenty-nine Sopils and fotirty Freshmen ~ ‘ere on the field whell Mr. Holter , chairman of til e board of referees, stepped forward and _ailllothu _ced tile condition s of the coiltest. These weme _a_$ fo llows : The Rush was to be of six and on e half millmites duration ; was to be begun at tile firing of a revolver and closed at tile firillg of a revolver ; the cane was to be held by three Freshmen at a poihlt midway between two _‘Pines back of which we re ~ tile two classes ; all persoils caugh t biting, striking, choking and time like , were to be ruled out at _011_CC _; at the close of tile _Rilsil the class ll ~ _Lving _’ tile most mell 00 the cane was to be dodared the winner. When the _anhlouncement was finishe d the classes prepared themselves and at tile crack of tile revolver went to work like do-01005_. The scene Ivilich followed beggars descriptio _il . Shouts , yel...
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
‘ 93, E. J. Pratt is in the employ of the Chester Steel Co., Chester , Pa. ~~~~ M. E. Benson is in tile draug ht ing _ofihice of Stuckert , t _h e Phila_, architect , at 5th and Wa _!- hi ut streets. ‘p_3. B. Elliott is in the passenger department of the Reading R. R. office , 4til and Chestnut Sts., Phila. ‘88 George Mckee is filling the position of instructor of hig her Matllematics and Ph ysics _ill the Public Schools of Seattle, Washington. During tile earl y part of October , Pr of. M. W. Bohn spent a few days with frienes about the College. Prof. C. F. Reeves is located at Allen towll , N. J., not Trenton , as state d in our last issue. Mr. J. H. Root , ‘ 90 of Cornell , h as accepte d the position of assistant instructor of Mathematics in our institutio ii. Six members of our Y_, M. C. A. expect to atte_~ md tile State Convention at Danvi hle , Pa., Oil Oct. 23rd to 26th. COLLEGE ORBIT. The National University at Tokio Japan en rolls 50000 students. Out of 500 appiicah lt s o...
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
A com pany of cadets from the Ohio State Uni vers ity ~ ‘oii a conlpet itive drill at Portsmouth , 0 Ofl tile 4tll of Jul y last, EXCHANGES. As usual , at the beg _im ining of each college year , _mb exchallges have reached us yet , exce pt a few _lVeeki y aild conlmenceinent issues, Among this latter class we iloticed particularl _y tile _Dick_/_nsa. n/an , wllich is full of the news and life of con,-mencenient week , and presents a neat and attractithe appearance in its new cover. We do _h ot agree w ith it however ill the att itude which it takes toward tile literary departmeiits ofcol lege papers. In one of its _ed itorials it says ‘‘a dollar would buy more alld better l)rodtlctiolls on general iilteliecthai tilemlies than ally college paper could furnish _iii a year. ’’ That fact we do not doubt , but to our _hilill d_, the college _pal er sllouid have a _happy ~ meclitllll between college news ami d literature. We _mii a intain that tile literary department of a college PaPer ...
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
THE FOOT BALL TRIP of P., _all _Fi uk1in an J1ar 1iall Co11c —V. S.— —P. S. C.-.-P_.S. C. You t ime _I hop _I raim _I ra I boom ! ralm _I eclmo . ed in front ot the build ing, Friday _alternoomm, O _~ ,_t. 10. It wmm s the parting salute of our Foot Ball team startlug upon their annual tri p to measure their prowess amid skill with the repre sentative teams of the colleges in the eastern part of time State. _‘l’he team was it m excel _. _t ion aily floe tri _m rind taking into _couisi dera ti oum time fact that it at Imo lime had time advantage ol a tr _iuln _el’, or a person whose _bmms iness it was to coach the team , they presented a condition ot e(_tieiom ~ cy that _retleeted credit upon their _iim _div idual efforts. Another fact _th at added to _th eir good spirits was time _tin e stale of t ime weat _h er, _li Was _th e first _tiu mme in tI _le _Iii _~ touy _01 these annual tri ps that time team haJ started away under clear skies. Manager Yocum had arranged for two ganmes on ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
_it 0LU _~ I. Within a _h ammock snug thmey sat But how time two behaved , One eoutd not tell , It was so dark , Had _lb not been for the remark ‘0 _OcolgO, you must get shaved." STOLEN. _I pleased _h er close and kissed _h er qu ick , It’ you ’d been th more you would _huivc _, too, The littl e darlin g with ohd Nick Phaying in lmoL eyes of blue_, _11_cr eyes looked up. 0, SaI ntly sight _I She spoke so soft and tend erly: _"How could you _Joh n? It is not I_, But what wttl mnauufla ttitnir of tue _? You ’ve stole somnct _im lag from me_, dear, Tlmat mnaunma would not have you take , More lovely still _sh e rustle d near , ‘Please give tt back for _muammna ’s sake," Exch THE HERO. hint little he knew of Latin or t3_rcck, _Mittimema tics were quite out of hils _reach i, l’lmo sciences, too, wei’e a stum bling block , lie was awkw a rd and halting Sn speech. Ills eye had a lifeless and _lustr ohess look , But his muscles were solid as steel, The umivy of _m e n , by time ladies adore...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
U. of P. . State College. \_Vill iaumms left end J)ewey felt tack le _flU e , _Th ornton left gu _nu d _Hildem ’brand , }Iersmna _mm centre Reed , J3owser ri _gh t gmmrad Dow ier , Gri _ffiui ms ri ght tackle Cart wri ght , Scimotf ri ght end Bob_,, , Vail _(_citimrcft_) qu arter back _Atmhl , Capt. _Cfmu u ’ch m (Camp) _,, ~,, _I Fay, 1-lindekoper ~ ma _RL ~ _‘_I_, Foster , Th ayer full back Capt. McLean , Taking i umto consideration time position wh ich theU _, P. held in time State _chma nm pion _sli i p con test last year , our boys could _ice) well satisfie d with _th is timeir _gam e wi t h time University. Mon day morning fouummd Lh menm all to ~ getlier and en ro mu te to Lammcm _mste r , a little stiff from Sat. urdn y ’s gno me , but otherwise in good shin pe_. At 3 o_’ci ~_ok sh arp mime two _ieaum m s were upon Franklin ami d _Mar~ si: all ’s groum _mids, _Ii ned tip aim _d ready for con test. The commte _st was a hard _fou ght battle for victory. But the superior w atch...
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
T!I E E. S. GREELY & GENERAL ELECTRI CAL SUPPLIES. Co _l ~ _5 and 7 DEY ST., NEW YORK. ELEC’i’IlICAL _MEASU REMENT _i _~ s’riuu-~~~~~~~~~ MENTS and _BATTERI ES _el th e very _lIlgl me ~ t Um’ndo_. PrecIsIon aud Coust _uuc’ _y Quality and FimilsIm time llost In time Wom’k ~ . Catalogue of Stammdam’d_._Test_/ ~~~ Instrument s ftmm ’mm l_,,hed i_, _,— _, _. _, upon _apnhiciution . _Ill ums- Vt W Inuted ofrouular of Lamps W and Novelties Impoli ap_’ p_1 icatio u. —MINIATURE INCANDESCENT LAMPS
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
ALL--the year round- -MUSIC These , and thousands of other Books for sale. Cor respond. _(if you _1_:_5_Cc no Guitar , Mmtm_*_dollu m _Umumijo, Fiute om’ Violin, call cm’ st’nd _b r lists of fine timstrumments at our’ hm’armelm _store , J_, B. HA-ears & Co., _83 Cotmrt Street Boston.) OI’ERA ’I’tO PIA NO COLLECTION. Time best of the _mum ~ ale of _11) _OperRs_. Price _51 _00_. Arr. for Pl ~ no. YOUNG PLAYERS ’ POPULAR COLLECTION. _51 very easy and very good _pIeces. Pm’loo $1.00, SABIIA’l’}I’DAY MUSIC. For Piano, 38 beautIful Meio. dies , fi nely mu’rammge d. Pm’loe, Vol. 2 ot’Mlss _Elemm nom’ %V. Evem’est’_a _ALIIU ._ll OF SONGS, 12 fl m’st.eiass Songs by the best nimthom’,. Price _SI. COLLEGE ONGS. No w, onlau’god edition, _a2Joluy song,, 200,000 sold. l’rieo _50 cent,. OLD FAMILIA R DANCES. For ttme Piano 100 of them Easy, ammd as merry as tlmey can be. 60 cent_, , FOR MUSW _PESrIVALS, THE ATLA _S. By Carl Zerr _ahn . 20 splendid Choruses Sacred mmd _Socuimu’, Most of _il...
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
RICHARD KNY Importer of and Dealem’ in CHEMICA LAND PHYSICAL APPARATUS _CaEM _IO_._A _LS, Et a Sole _Rgi e eutativo of C. Gerha th_, Ban, ~ Rh 10 CORTLANDT STREET NEW YORK Whole Laboratory Outfits or Single _Apparatum ~ furnished pI’omupthy. Impo rtation s free of dut y for Solent liho Inst _itut ions .L aPEOXALT Y. ~~ ~
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
SChIFFER & SODS Have a f ine selection of Woolens of the late8 t and most popular designs. ZIro very _lateNt _Nimp _eN of HATS AND CAP S Gcr ~ _tIen ~ cr ~ s’ Fu is_1_’ ~ k ~ q Goods I’f_,ee _Neclm_,_eeu ~_(_1 _specIalty _—‘4 * _MILI TARY * UNIFORMS *_~ ‘_- For Price, Fit and Quality are Unequaled. State College , Penna_. ~ ,
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
Special D ~ si ~ns —AND—All Club and College Colors i ~ English Lawn Tenflis Flannels. and _I_4 _~ _uglh_._li Flannel Trou _Mersa _11 educ ed t o ~~~~~~~~ STUDENTS’ GOWNS AND CAPS , $0.75_, " ~~~ Speclai Discount on Class Outfit s, Write for Est inmate _Klid _Samples. E. 0. THOMPSON Tailor —Cloth ier- — Importer , Opposit e time 1838 Ghes ~ nut _Street, MINT . PHILADELPH IA
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
’T REKA File Statiellery au Eu ravill Huilse _1_ISI _‘tJlsestnut _81a’eet , _Pit _Ihuleiphic _Coflunon _ceament , Clue Day, _Fratern ity, Reception and Wedding Invitation s, Programmes , Banquet Menu. , etc. Steel Flats Work for _Pra ter nitlo_. and College Annual .. Fine Stationery with Fraternity or Clan Badge Mono . gram, _Ito, Visiting Cird Plato Engraved for $1. 100 Cards ‘from the Plate for $1. _Iie igus, Samples and Pi lees _seut on Application ~ ~ ~