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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

TilE LITHOTYPE PIJBLI 1IING _1_)0., ART PUBLISHERS,: II _,_anuI Mallllfactll ers of Flue Book _Illustiatious _Illustrat ions for College PubliCation s a Specialty. Estimates cheerfully furnished and Samples sent by mail , THE LYTHOTYPE PUBLISHING CO., GARDNER , MASS. U. S. A. ~ ~ ~

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890
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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

Vot. _IV_. STATE COLLEGE , PA., DECEMBER , 1890. ‘ No. 5. _Enf er ed at State _UoUe_,qe Post Qfflce as second class _,_nattcr, IT is very apparent that a more livel y interest has been taken in military affairs this year than ever before by the under instructors. It speaks well for the military department. The battalion is larger than ever before and farther advanced, for this season of the year. Should this competitive interest of the instructors continue—of which there is every indication—the battallion promises by spring to be one of which we may well feel pr _’ oucl. The withholding of the promotions of the non-commissioned officers until they have first shown their ability as instructors over new cadets , seems to work well. PJ ~ HE need of a better and more cx-1_. tended ground for field sports and games _iseasil y seen. The interest shown in sports, and the generous support given by the students in the interest of foot ball and base ball , _d eserve a better recompense than w...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

field sports , running, j umping, hurdle _rices, hammer throwin g, puttin g the shot , tug of war teams, and numerous other vi gorous and health y sports ; then there will be a better return for the time ari d _m oney _expended . Now that the time has come when fi’ ~ lcl sp orts must necessaril y be suspencl eci for several months, let th ere be a move made toward making a track nest spring. The authorities are read y to aid us when we are read y. With a good track , ~~~ shall not have much trouble in getting a large number of stu dents interested in more out _d oor sports. _I _iTI_1EN _aho ~ t a year ago the trustees V V granted us the privilege of g iving assemblies eash term , it was expected that the tone of the society here _would be given an impetus which would create a more li vely feeling among us, and go far toward alleviating many of the effects which naturall y come to a _bod y of students situated as we are , so remot e from the influences of the progressive soc i et y o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

given that ni ght. Several conditions (not new by any means) and circumstances _attend ant up on that clay _macic it well ni gh impossible to get good work from the students in their recitations. The well known effects of Thanksg iving clay upon students were enoug h in themselves to warrant the giving of the holiday without _consid ering the state of the _stud ent ’s minds in contemp lation of the ni ght of gayety. Owing to the good results which fol loweci we hope the Faculty will try the experiment again. IT is surprising to see how prevalent is the the tendency for students to avoid recitation s when there is the sli ghtest _pretx et to do so. Among the solid m ~ n of all college classes , there are few who do not greet with app lause the news when the Professor in charge of some recitat ion fails to appear. Fully reali zing the importance of their time , still they excitedl y count as gain that which they fail to receive. This seems to be one of the weak points of the ‘‘Cut Sys...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

some prairies are now so nearl y taken up that there is a mighty rush every time one of the small remaining tracts is thrown open for settlement. It is a well known law that the increase of PoPulation goes on at a continuall y di-.minishing rate , after a country has become widel y inhabited. A note of importance is the change relativel y of the standing of some of the states from their position of ten years ago. Illinois takes the place of Ohio as third in Population ; Massachusetts that of _Ind iana as sixth ; Texas leaps from eleventh to seventh ; there are numerous other examples of changes. Nothing is more indicative of a rest less, energetic , thrifty people, than these facts, which nevertheless are taken by some as startling. OUR newl y established course , luciustrial Art and Design , under the charg e of Miss Redife r, is acknowled ged to be a success. Alread y talent which require _d onl y skillful direction in order to bring it out , begins to show itself. The course is m...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

given by which it can be avoided in some cases. The Dormitory System as a promoter of college spirit was accepted by all as a benefactor , ami d one which is coming _m ore into prominence in many of our largest institutions. It was expressed that the public _mind is often wrongly impressed over foot ball games by the readiness with which some college papers give detailed and exaggerated reports of the slight injuries which are _received . The abuse of the term "University " by American colleges was held up to the light in which any candidl y thinking man may see it , who has a general knowled ge of many of our colleges and academys. It was the sentiment of the majority at least, that the old system of granting honors at commencement is unjust and works har _m ; that if honors be granted at all several of the leading members of the class should enjoy alike the _d istinction of having first honors. Also, that the valedictorian at coniniencements should be _abolished . The question of ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

among the foremost in literature , art , science ! and in fact , everything which centuries of civilization could give them , yet they have not learned that love for mankind and contentment with self government give peace in the hi ghest degree. They have not learned that the love of country alone , in the hearts of its citizens , is the greatest assurance of defense in times of war ; althoug h they have repeatedl y seen this demonstrated. The countries of Europe are so connected by boundaries and marriage relations , that a quarrel between any two of them affects , if it does not involve , all of them. The people are held down under aristocracies , to whose purposes armies are best suited , and throug h which largel y, they maintain their power. Old grudges still existing between them serve to keep up the fear of invasion from without , while bad rule and oppression keep up the fear of insurrection within. Standing armies are the instruments with which monarchs and aristocrats hold...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

vious to the battle of New Orleans ? Where can you find in the world’s history men who fought with the skill , courage arni coolness , that the citizen soldier of our own country did at Gettysburg, Spottsy lvania , or the Wilderness ? France , smarting from her experience of _1870 , has maintained since then a large standing army, much to the burden of her peop le: The experience of the last half century has shown that the armies of Europe have been more useful in oppressing than in defending the true interests of man. They are great evils , and can promote no good to humanity ; and may the time speedil y appear when shall come to pass the ancient prod phecy of the Bible , "And they shall beat their swords into plowshares , and their spears into pruning hooks ; nation shall not lift up sword against nation , neither shall they learn war any more. " MORNING’S _SOU L OQU3 John Smith. Vanish ! ye cloud s of nig _ht ! Release the winged light That soon must soar To tIle Western _shove T...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

Dry evening ’s fallen tears Quick as night disappears , For soon I’ll tread The gra ssy bed - Where meadow larks delight tny ears Awake this early bird , ‘Tis Morning gives the word . No sorrows with me rise , Fresh beauty greets my eyes ; Since darkness fled _I have no dread , Of hidden dangers breeding sighs, Ye creatures of time eart h Bring gladness , song and mirth. Now clearer grows the sky, Yon hills are drawing nigh; The blazing sun _ha s now begun To seek his midday throne on high. Aspiring hope is mine Whose sun can ever shine. THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR AND THE NEW YORK CENTRAL. In the October number of the FREE LANCE there appeared an article by C. D. S. on the New York Central strike, which requires an answer , or rather a statement from a different point of view, of the questions involved in that controversy. The article in question is mainl y the assertio n of opinions without attempt to verify or enforce them by argument; and , while I should prefer a different course , I ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

bilt ’s invocation , "the public be damned ,’’ re ~ peatedl y refused the demands of the Kni ghts and the offers of the state board of arbitration , to submit the question to the latter body for investi gation ; and it was onl y by reason of the tardil y exercised powers of the board to perempto ril y summon the disputing parties before it and compel them to test ify that any investigation was had at all. The evidence there adduced was such as to prove conclusiv ely what was already clearl y evident to an impartial observer from the previous correspondei ~ ce between Mr. Powderly and Mr. Webb , viz : that there had been a systematic attempt on the part of the N. Y. Central authorities to cri p. pie the order of K. of L, by discharg ing their prominent members. It was clearl y shown that in many cases the foremen or agents immediatel y discharg ing the men knew of no reason for so doing, but acted upon the orders of more responsible officials who could know still less of the men ’s a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

settled , and that by the- granting of all that the strikers demanded. If Gov. Hill had had the hardihood to carry out his famous say ing, "I am a Democrat , " as Gov. Seymour did before him , perhaps the N. Y. central strike in 18 90 mi ght have been differentl y settled and with less inconvenience to the public. The apparent satisfaction with which C. D. S. views the rumor that capitalists are to combine to protect themselves against strikes , shows quite clearly where his sympath y is in the strugg le between capital and labor, notwithstanding his declaration that he is not "hostile to organized labor :" he would undoubted l y approve the fotlowing definitions clipped from a Kansas paper , viz : "A strike is a consp iracy of ignorant socialistic workmen ; a lockout is the inalienable , malitia_.backed -up ri ghts of a corporation to manage its own affairs free from outside dictation. " Ac cording to this view ’ the millennium will be reached and perfection in the relations of cap...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

ural adorn _ment S The entire sum could be wisely and economicall y used in pr oviding for immediate and present needs. When that is accomplished the State College will offe r in these departme n ts , as it now offers in several others , all the appliances that any earnest student needs in _om_’ der to give the most thoroug h preparation for his professional work. _3. A Bel)arate building for the gymnasium. The growth of interest in and attention to athletic exercises in the College has full y kept pace with its growth in other directions. This interest has been maintained in spite of many drawbacks , and while the work of the Military Department furnishes a regular and invi gorating physical exerc ise, it is not sufficient to give the sl)ecial and extended training required by those -who wish to give more attention to athletics. I am heartil y and earnestl y in favor of whatever can be done by the trustees to promote this important branch of voluntary training. So far as I have bee...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

as a tug of’war outfit , vaulting apparatus , shots , hammers , hurdles , etc., and if they won ’t get them raise the money yourselves and purchase them. There is no reason whatever wh y P. S. C. should not have one , two or t h ree representat iv es every winter at the Inter -colleg iate Indoor Sports held in Philadelp hia once or twice each year. All these enterprises are entirel y with yourselves. The sporting gm’ouncl is emp hatical l y t he _stud ent ’s domain. It is for him to say whether such a sport shall prospe r or not, If you do not show interest , what reason have you to expect much encouragement from those in authority. Demonstrate , then , this winter that money expended on gymnasium apparatus is one of the best inves _t S ments of the institution. C. H. STATE COLLEGE , PA ,, _DEC, 10 , ‘ 90, MR. EDITOR :—As I have notice d in your _1aper from time to time references as to the advance made by the corps of cadets , it appeared to me that there is one opportunity which t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

Wanted : Wholesale prices on sole leather , by the Big-footed ._four. Direct all correspondence to Secretary McGregor. The Faculty has seen fit this year to grant the Friday followin g Thanksg iving as a holiday. This opport unity was taken by not a few to go _hoii ~ e and enjoy their Thanksg iving under the parental roof. The Freshmen are certainl y energetic. They have formed a glee club to consist of ei ght members , also an Orchestra to have the same number of anembei’s, The glee club is under the managershi p of Martin and the orchestra under that of Banks. Brown W. H. to Eachus (Both in bed at 7:45 a. m.) ~~ ’’Hey there Charlie , d’ye hear that inspection bell ?" Charlie— "Um . ’’ Brown— "If the inspector don ’t wake me UI) soo n , I’m in for three strai ght zi ps to.day. " There has been organized , under the leadershi p of Prof. _1_’. R. Beyers, a college orchestra. This is a movement which is hi ghl y appreciated and much needed. There is quite an amount of m usical genius ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

The greatest social event of the season was the reception of the Class of ‘ _91 , on the evening of November 281 h in the College armory. This building so well adapted to such an occasion is worth y of particular notice to visitors. Blue and white were the princi pal colors of decoration , and were artisticall y arranged. Another very appropriate feature of the decoration was the arrangement of military equipment ; the floral display was ’ also very noticeable , At eight o’clock the reception rooms were filled with guests princi pall y from Bellefonte , Tyrone , Hunting don , Phili psburg and Miffi intown . The Misses Stevenson accompanied by their brother ~ V. B. Stevenson , forine rl yof _the _Classof ‘ 90 , were among the number. Prof. Bohn was also Present. Music was rendered by the Stopper and Fiske orchestra , and refreshments in excellent sty le were served by Achenbach of Bellefonte. The occasion demanded special trains from the nei ghboring towns, which brought many of the ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

Now Schaffer the tailor , as you all well know , Without the money will never _sow. Th or _efovo, John _Ilenno n , ‘tie plai n to see, Was compelled his own tailor to he. The faces of Xmas, _Girvi n and _Pa _lo Prese nted an appea ran ce, _oli_,—so pale _I They thought it a very unkind _trie _lc To appo int as Corporal the "Hu ntingd on Dick But tho worst of it was _th ey stood no _sh ow Of competing at all with favored Jo e. Then "Ghost ," called by "_Gust _ut ’’ a crank , _Declar ed the app _ointm _ents Lall very rank ; Even tho innocent Freshman class Upon the Corporals thei r J ud gment did pass Likewise the Senior , so goes the tale, Thought _I t _~ ll wrong to slight Freddy Dale , The "Migh ty Man " this _tu ne _dccei ~_ed , So much the more his mind was grieve d ‘ro think, that, on _" omchtl paper" 1ti ~ name was forged to play a caper. Now whoever is _th is rascal _wIse i[e’ll _(to well to keep in safe disguise FO O T-BALL ‘ 93 vs. ‘94. An omission of our last issue was ment...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

lege over the Buffal o Run Railroad. When the time was called to begin , Capt. Mc_’ Lean winning the toss , took the ball and the visi ~ tort choose the west goal. State College started off with a V and gained about thirty yards and thus advancin g rapidl y, before the visiting team had time to recover themselves a touch down was made inside of three minutes. The super iority of training and team work thus showed i tse l f at on ce, and the visitors , although they worked hard throu g hout the game, at no time had any hopes of scoring. Thirty minute halves were played and the game closed with a score 68 too in favor of State College. The arrangement of the team , was as follows : _AIT_00 NA STATE _Cou_._a ai Mothers . left end _,_Bolii Martinev " tackle I’Iil Slike " guard Mitch el Morton centre _Rea Wesibrook ri ght guard Dowle : J’legarty " tack le H. Matteri Ferguson " end F. Matterr .rcrdon quarter back Aol Kri r.k (Capt) ~ ha _il backs McLean cp ’l Orbnon _J ~ Yocurn _D _~ yies...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1890

STATE CO _LL EGE POSITIONS _, _BEnasn _oNra Kint n er right end Dale _Cartri ght " tackle _Rothrock 1)owler _" guard Aull Read centre Bush Loy _d left guard Fearon Mauern " tackle Shadd Brown ~ _enil Hug hes _Mol_? quarter back Cruse Yocum (_capi) hal t " Orbi son capt Step henson _~ ( Foster _Athert on lull " _Mitchel l Relhree Prof. Thompson. Umpire Belt ‘94. PERSONALS Miss Clara Palmer , of Chester , Pa., is visiting her sister Mrs. Pond. Mr. L. Roy Wolf and famil y were the guests, for a short time recentl y, of Lieut. Wolf. G. W. CreswelI. ex- ’ 93, is draug htin g in a Pittsburg eng ineer ’s office. Ex- ’ 93. Chas. K. Hord is working on a P. R. R, Eng ineer Corps , at _Irwin , Pa. C. A. Cummings ‘ 93, has been called home on account of the illness of his parents. Ex- ’_93. W. W. MacFarren is in the employ of the Morgan Machine Works at Alliance , 0. Ex- ’93. B. F. Williams has been play ing quarter back for the P. M. A. foot ball eleven , Chester Pa. John H. Furst , ‘p_3, has ...

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