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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

Ai I[_fiAi _AR_1_Dll11I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~~~~~ NORT H, SOUTH , EAST, W EST. ~~~~ _ ~~~~~ GRASS AND CLOVER SEEDS thoroughl y re_._cleaned , free front weeds and trash of every kind. A beautifu l and permanent sod produced in a short time by LANDRE _TH S’ LAWN. GRASS SEEDS Flour seeds and Sulbe of the best Americais and Imported varieties. HORTICULTURAL _IMPLEME NTS AND TOOLS IN GREAT VARIETY. Send for our Handsome Illustrated Catalogue _l_5_ree, . _Ia ~~~~~~~~~~~ P II ~~ 21 and 23 South Sixth Street , (between Market and Chestnut Streets ,) P}IILADELPI-IIA, PA. And Delaware Avenue and Arch Street ,

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

B ~~~ N] ~ kk _~~ . AHcJ ~ {S fliusic Sfar e, PIANOS , O_1 ~ GAN s ANI) Sl-LEE’r Music , l’ICTIJ _II ES , JEWELRY and WAT CH ES. [FRAMES MADE TO ORDER.] * ~~~ E ~ ) + C_/_iris _f_,_i_,_as P _~ c_,_it _~ n _fs_. Wedding _l’i’oen _is. LCor _._? 1Ie henp & tshop $ts_,, ~ r4 I’ll_’ _‘_ii _; TOR _liii_: ~ ~ ~ o11ef t . I

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

Manufacturers of _IIIE_11LE BROTIIER~ , Staiidnrd Scales, TESTING MACHINES and Trucks, WORKs : PI-IILADELPHIA. _SToms _: OtIs St., above Master, 413 MARKET ST

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

ESTA BLISHED _1841 UI. R. B achb i11 No. 20, Spring Street, Bellefonto, Pa. flealcr In and Irn poi’toi’ of * FURNITURE * AND * BEDDING ,_* Parlor Furniture, Libraru Furniture, CHAMBER FURNITURE. Special I’aciUtle_. for _FuI _~ _nl_8_htIIg _,} ‘ ,. _sif ej ’iaal Chapter _1105_._8_cM_. ~

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

TILE LITHOTYPE PUBLI III G tJO., _. ~~ ART PUBLISllERS_, ~~ ANI) I— _’ 1Y1auufactoers of Flue Book I11llst atioll Illustrat ions for College Publication s a $_peclalty_. Estlmfttcs cheerfully furnished and Samples sent by mull, THE LYTHOTYPE PUBLISHING CO., GARDNER , MASS. U. S. A ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

_En_._ie_, ’cd at State College Post Qf tice as second class matter. HE numbers on the covers of most ~ of the copies of this volume (four) are wrong. The April number which should have been one, is ten , and in another instance the same number was used on the covers of two successive issues. This number is properl y number nine , the last of the year. No issues have been omitted during the year, as the number which failed to come out in June , came ou t in September. Bearing this change in mind , no inconvenience can occur if the subscribers use the name of the month instead of the number. * THIS issue of the LANCE completes ~ the year and ~ nishes the work of the present staff. The Seniors now withdraw, a new staff is elected from the three other classes, the management passes to tile Junior class. Looking back over tile year we find that the paper has had three editors during that time, and that of the seven associate editors elected at tile beginning of tile year, (A pril _i , ‘...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

THE FRE E LANCE P_,_i_._blis_/icd _nzors €_/iiy during _f / ic college gear by f /to _Studenis of f / t o Pennsylvania State College. STAFF: EDITOR , WALTER I _~ f_. CAMP, ‘ 91 ASSOCIATE EDITORS F. J. POND , ‘ 92; Lit. WILLIS MCKEE , ‘ 92; Loc N. M. _Lorn , ‘ 92; Exch. E. P. BUTTS , ‘_93; Loc R. W_. _WILL1AM ~ON , ‘93 Persona _l. Business M _~ _nnger, H. E. GREENWOOD , ‘93. Assis/an t Manager, FRANK _ORPIN , ‘ 93. - ( One _Vaiu ~ ne _(ci mos_.) . . . $z. 00 TERMS: _._c ~ Single Cof ies . Pay tzélle in advance. Contr Ibutions of matter and other _Info ~ matton too requeste d from alt members and ox_.mombors of the _Coilega_. Literary matter should ho addressed to the Editor, _Subseriptioiis _, and all business communications , should be ad dressed to the Business Manager.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

VOL. _IV_. _. STATE COLLEGE , PA MARCH , 1891_. No. _9

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

but it seems proper to advise that care be taken that changes like these be avoided as much as possible in the future. In electing _m en to serve on tile staff of the LANCE , tile classes should try to elect students who are known to have some taste for literary work rather than those who are popular students merel y, althoug h some of such students may merit the recognition of their class. Also students shouid be sought who will take an interest in the work , and reall y most depends on this. It has been noticed heretofore that some students have been put on the staff who had alread y made splendid showings in literary work , but who in a little while lost interest, let tile work drag, and then resigned , claiming the work too much for them. On the other hand , students have begun their work on the paper who had little or no experience in a literary way, but who by a determination and willingness , have in a short time done credit to the paper and themselves. According to the const...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

outsiders , yet we think we have never seen a matter settled so quickl y and peaceably as this one ; we might almost say that it adjusted _.itself automaticall y. This goes to show that while college students actuated by class feeling, about which out siders kn ow very little, may at times strive together in a rough and apparentl y foolish manner, for a cause which outsiders might call greater foolishness, yet back of all this He qualities so manl y that the worst kind of a contest may take place without their holding malice—somethin _.g which , you will not see in outsiders. For this very reason we claim that in class contests in colleges there are certain elevating influ ences. You will find comparativel y few m en in publi c life who can contend with one another for what they think is right, and at the same time respect their opponent ’s views to such an extent that no ill feeling will be left afterward. You cannot pick any considerable number of such men out of the congregations...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

prominence which foot ball has gained _tn college sports within the last few years makes the formation of such a league an important step. Among eastern colleges it is tile one sport that absorbs the greatest amount of attention. Rivalry between tile differant ~ colleges for the supremacy in sports is always the most marked on the f oot ball fIeld. ‘l’he game has been improv ing steadil y from year to year. Objectionable features have been cut out, and the real scientific knowled ge of the game has been made a requisite to the playing of it successfull y. However in the past. not havin g any rules to govern the relations between the opposing _colleges, many misu nderstanci ings have arisen which have sometimes caus ccl_. very _bitter ~ feeling. _I The formation of the Foot Bail League will obviate all such trouble. It places all . th .e colleges in it on an equal _footing to begin the strugg le for the next year ’s pennant. Each college has a fair chance _iii the contest, the questi...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

what of the literary, can never be ac complished except by actual partici pation in it, by contributing to the papers and taking part in the discussions. The need of this kind of training was seen by the engineering students through whose efforts the society was started. The society has now been in existence two years, and as yet no interest on the part of the active members has been lacking to make it both interesting and instructive ; although such membership has never included more than half of tile eligible number of students. The majority of the members at present are Seniors who will soon have to discontinue tlleir work. Unless the membership is increased then , tile society will necessaril y work at a disadvantage. It is therefore a matter of the greatest importance that the present engineering Juniors should consider whether the society shall lose any of its past usefulness by their neglect to keep up a good membership. ** JATELY there has been much said J._1 in college pape...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

AT THE DEA TH BED. J OHN SMITH. For whom were shod those falling teal’s So unbecoming to thy year s ? _h ave not the sorrows of thy youth Turned painful knowled ge into truth , W hich moans and tea l’s cannot avert Though gloat _01_’ small slioulti be the hurt ? The grief occasioned by tifis deat _h Deserves , _Inde ed , a sobbing breat h ; But ore you yield to nature ’s _call Dethink what gainless teal’s may fall. Your will did not control your birth That linked you to th is painful earth , Nor can it now recall tha t soul Whose flight extends to a _licav ’nly goal. Her silvered head befits a crown To symbolize the j ust ren own She gained by pure and faithful love Toward _frloutl _s below and God _al ove, Recall the virtues she possessed And in thy solitudo be blessed. THE NORMAN CONQUEST. The Norman Conquest may almost be said to have begun with the accession of Edward the Confessór , who was crowned king of Eng land in the year 1042. Having been reared and educated in the Nor . ...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

the Eng lish army. The fighting with Tosti was no sooner ended than Harold received news of the landing of the Norrnans , and flushed with success, but with a shattered army and against the advice of some of his nobles , h e sta r ted at on ce to g ive battle to William. The two armies met at Hastings , and after fi ghting hard for a whole day with vary ing mccess, Harold was killed just at ni ght fall , an(l the English were driven ftom the field. William quickly followed up his victory ; taking Dover and leaving it strong ly fortified for a base of supp lies , he pushed on to London , and was crowned King of Eng land on Christmas D _~ ty _io66. His rei gn was at first just and the people were contented , but before its close the spirit of the military conqueror became all too prominent , and the Eng lish were reduced to almost a condit iofl of slavery. SAM HOUS TON. Beneath the soil of the Lone Star State lies the bod y of its former president and framer , Sam Houston. The name of...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

protected by them. " He, while many others renounced their new found faith for fear of persecution and loss of position , stood firm , believing that the onl y way to remain firm in the face of so much opposition was to take an aggressive stand against catholicism and force all the obstacles in the way of protestantism to the wall. _.And under the base of the Empire he accomp lished his purpose. Pure patriotism , unselfish benevolence, unflinching integrity and an unwavering will to accomphish his purpose , together with an undying love for his reli gion and his peop le, were the marked characteristics of Gustavus _Adol phus. As a ruler he was loved and obeyed by his peo plc_, as a general he was prudent , honest and resolute. He maintained the strictest discipli _n e among his soldiers , who were devoted to their leaders. During his campai gn he mi ght be seen holding prayers in Camp, ni ght and morning, sharing every hardshi p with the meanest l)rivate and every danger with the br...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

RURAL PLEASURES JOHN SMITH. At Shin _glot _own there _isa gap Throu gh which a mount ain stream descends ; And through this gap, al ong the stream A rough and ragged patl l exten ds. Along that palb on summer (lays You oft may find young loving frien ds, The murmur of that little brook To these young friends is most sublime , And nature ’s brea th from pines and fetu s Inspires the weak steep bilis to climb. Great _rhoilodeud rons pink and red Make bright tile path In summer time. Oft parties linger on these _lu lls Until tile day has almost fled , That lover , wishing most to please , Seeks far and wide for brightest l’otl _, ~~ _In _rllododan dron blossoms rare As prudence in his youthful hea d. in early spring lie tramps alone Where trails arbutus under snow. Sweet is the fragrance of tIlls flower , Ji ut soon a maiden ’s heart will know That sWOetal’ is tile fr eight of love it bears from him who saw it grow. What though it bears this hidden _cha rm _I These lovers cannot fall t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891

_SOO~ as the sad news is passed from li p to li p, the Ssvedes roused to fury, press forward with an impetuosity which none can resist and the Battle of Liberty is won. Thus died Gustavus Adoi phus and by his death he accomplished what he mi ght have lost living. Men sometimes become more distinguished by their connection with remarkable circumstances than for any achievements of their own , and the fineness of their character is lost in th ~ glitter of external events ; but such is not to be the fate of Gustavus Adolphus. He is looked upon not simpl y as a hero in winning great battles but as one whom Providence sent in time of sore need to befriend .their faith , and be the staunch supporter and defender of the Christian reli gion. MEN OF ONE IDEA. If we glance at the histories of successfu l men , we shall see that they are the histories of men who have strugg led hard and ho n g to accomplish some particular thing, the attainment of which h ~ s given to them their success. They ...

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