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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
College wants to make some improvements and could not do better than come here to get suggestions. The business capacity of State College has been increased by a new grocery and dry goods store to be run by C. P. Long. "Frau lein " Greenwood (to Girvin , in the "Lab. ") "Say Charlie I’ve got an idea how to get even for my bi g chemistry bill. " Charlie— "How F" "Fraulein. "— "Wh y let ’s perc ipitate them ten cent pieces in the Ag No_, bottle. " On Feb. 28th Messrs. _Hu e and Williamson went to Harrisburg to represent our college at a meeting of tile delegates of the different colleges that wished to enter the College Foot Ball League. Our college had the honor of starting the movement and it is hoped that it will be carried through successfull y. Professor H. D. Patton , the State chairman of the prohibition party, gave a very able address in the chapel on the evening of Feb. 9th , on the Liquor Question. Prof. Patton handled the subject very abl y, and showed very clearl y the que...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
‘Tis mklnigllt ; on the mountain ’ s brow The heath this night must be my bed ; If sleep and death be truly one I care not though It be. Thou art , 0 God, the life and light , The path by which we twain did go, Her suffering ended with the day in the hour of my dist ress. I wish I were where Helen lies ! Do we indeed deeire the dead? And hast thou sought thy heavenly home _‘_1 And is there care in Heaven? LOCAL .&re you in it (The Farmer ’s Alliance) ? Extemporaneous speeches—Monday morning recilations. The M. E. c _~ iurch has recentl y been holding a series of revival meetings and we understand that a large n umber of Sophomores are on special probation. The following speakers have been announced for the orators in the Junior oratorical contest Kessler, Pratt , McKee, Miss Meek , Pond and Loyd. Stephenson , Rumberger and Hue are the alternates. Dr. Mac Cartney, of Geneva College, Beaver Falls, gave an able address in tile college chapel on Feb. _i8 on tile subject of Sunda...
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
We have good reasons to think that we shal l go to camp next term and we hope our expectations may be fulfill ed. There are many students who have not experienced our cadet camp life, having come here since the last one which was three years ago. The battalion has had bayonet drill in the armory two times per week since the beginning of the term. Four days of each week are to be. devoted to target practice for the remainder of the session , the manufacture of ammunition being part qf the instruction. A iiew J ournal of the Eng ineering Society has just been published bearing the date , March 1891. Every alumnus of P. S. C. should send for a copy of the J _ournal. It can give to t h e gradu ate of former years, an idea of the work which is _flOW being done in eng ineering at his alma mater. The J ournal may be procured from its Business Manager, H. H. Herr , for twenty .five cents. On Feb. 27t _h , the Washington Literary Society gave a musicale. Music was furnished by Miss Wyman , M...
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
vested in the executive committee which is composed of a representative from each interested college. The following officers were elected : Pres. M. M. Irvine , Franklin and Marshall. V. Pres. W . C. Sproul , Swarthmore . Sec’ty. M. P. Collins , Haverford . Treas. C. H. Hile , State College. Mr. Shields will probabl y be chairman of the executive committee. This arrangement of foot ball play ing _wiU probabl y be the most profitable and secure each college a fixed number of games. THE " ~ oo" BALL. The masquerade ball _gm _’ven in the Armory oil Friday eve. February 20th , by the "400 " for the benefit of the Athletic Association was a bril . _Im ailt success. Nearl y all the students took part in fancy dress , and our co_.eds were there , as were the town people , as spectators. The College Orchestra furnished music for the Occasion. Ward McAllister Weidner had a prominent part in attending to the different calls of the participants. The assembl y contained representatives ot all c...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
tors was entirely to that effect. The arrangem ent and execution of plans by the committee could hardly have been improved upon. Such a day is necessary to show what is in a bod y of college students. The following are the events and lists of prize winners. No. 1, 100 YARDS DASH. 1_, _3. McDowell , Three heats , 2. C. _IC_. Cart wrlgltt C Won by No. 15 TIme 12_i4 Sec. _IS _, F_, H. Fay. Final Second _" 1 _" 12 0.10 _" 14, _Ii_. F. W _elty. ( Third _" 28 _‘ 37. (. Price. 28. _0. _11_. Fa y. 85. F. _IC_. Mattern , _80. _11 Kessler. No.2, STA NDING BROAD J _IJ MP. 7, B. W. Bush. Won by No. _ID, Distance 0 Ft. 8 In 8. A. D. Bolt. Second _" No, _ii_’_, " 0 " _8V ~_" 4. W. H. Brown. Third " No, 7, _" 0 " 1 " _10, W. A. Barti ey. _18. _11_. _(_I_. Fu _rst, 10 B. B, Matte _rms . 21, B. F. Martin, No 8, 80 YARDS _D_._tSH . 2, O. K. Car twzight . Won by No. 8, Tim e _41 _4 Seconds _8_, 0. B, AuiI_. Second _" 20, " ~~ ‘~ 10. W. A. _h ar tley. 17. G. Price. _20. _II_. W. Matt ern , No. 4, CLIMB...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
Suloff _’, A. C. Read , J. J, Kin tner , W. H. Brown , C. C. Hildebran d . As we all are very much grat ified ~ vit _ll the resuits of this day we look forward with eagerness to ou r comi ng field day in June. On Saturday, March _7, the _PoStpo_1 ~ e_(_1 Indo _or Sport _s in addition to the Preparatory Department Contest , were held in the Armory. _‘l’he interest was full y as great as that disp lay ~ d on the former day. Tile events were shai’p ly contested , showing that our boys onl y need something to bring out their abilities Ofl the Athletic line. ~ Ve now have everything necessary for holding indoor sports , and in a few weeks will have a track ~ s’ii i _Ii sviil be availabl for an out side field th y. _‘_I _he fo llowing are the Coilt’ge events : ‘l’hrosv i iig _m 2 pound shot. C.. K. Cartwri ght , t hrew the shot ~~~~ feet ; C. C. Hildebrand , second , amid C. H. Hi , third , r1 _Ilro_~ving zo pound shot, C. K. _Cartwri ght , ~~ o8 feet ; C, H. _Hu e , second , and C. C. H ...
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
E_,c-_’93. J. Hogan Furst is pursui ng a course in business at The Pierce Business College , Philadel phia. ‘94, G. E. Edwards has entered the freshman class at Lafayette. ‘p4. H. P. Dowier is employed on one of the Pa. Rail Road Company ’s eng ineer corps in Clear . field county. Ex-’94. Miss Carrie Miller visited the college recentl y. Miss N ~ sbit of College Park , Md .,_~ 5 tile guest of Miss Blanche Patterson. S. H. Blair was recentl y called home by the death of his mother. J. H. Mitchell was visited by his father a fortni ght ago. Miss Hamilton is tile guest of her brother Prof. Hamilton , at Centre Furnace. Mr. W. S. Elliott and Miss Anna M. Leyden were married in the Beech Creek Presbyterian church , Wednesday evening at ~ p. in, , by the Rev. S. M. Pomeroy. The bride and groom are both former P. S. C. stud nts. Allison P. Mershon , General Secretary of the V. M, C. A. of Williamsport , was the guest of C. M. Green on Sunday Feb. 22. He addressed in an able manner the V. M...
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
EXcHANGES. %Ve not ice among til e exchanges of the 1_’ _~ irsify, of the University of Toronto , a lengthy article si gned "Canuck , " which purports to be an aIlswer to an article published in the FREE LANCE imi February entitled "Wh y Should We Annex Canada ; " which article he assumes is offensive to Canadians. He states that he was amused at the article and j ests at the ignorance which he says is displayed ill it; yet as he proceeds he takes great care to exaggerate on a large portion of tile thought contam ed and to misconstrue the one and onl y object which the article presents. Nothing is more apparent to us than that Canuck has long been wait ing for a plausible excuse to strut himself; for he makes bold to mention that , "If the Yankee will keep his nose out of Canadian affairs for a few years, we will g ive him a pretty hot race for the commercial supremacy of tills continei lt. " The onl y object fbr which our article was illtended and tile onl y thing which it tries to...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
and capital would go elsewhere. The South would become the poorest country on the face of tile earth. ‘ ~ Every branch of industry wouid be paralyzed. The founta ins of our civilizatioll would be frozen at their source. " Then he shows with what classes of people the place of the negro in the South would have to be filled. "It would be composed of the low, tile ignorant and the vile in whom no confidemice can be reposed and whose very presence would corrupt the morals of the place they occup ied. Labor will , indeed be ennobled when every mechan ic is an Irish paimper , a Russian anarchist , a Gernlan socialist , or a French communist _I_’’ While we admire the article and appreciate the force of the writer ’s arguments , we could not but be surprised when we found as one of his reasons why the negro should remain— "Besides , the negro is a cheaper liver and demands less wages. He can live on less, can dress sveil in our old clothes—while foreigners are more arrogant , etc. " Such a ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
A _OIiI ~ MWAL fl OMA ~_WE_, Said Atom unto Molly Cule "Will you unite with _tue _1" And Molly Cub dId quick retort: "The re ’ s no _ufflul ty." Beneath, electric light plaint’ s _~ _1111_(_10, Poor Ato _m _hiope(i ho’d motre But she eloped with the rascal , base, _Ant i h er _mmmc Is miow _Saltpetre_. _l’ar8it_!) _GR AcIOU S. With trembling steps to ti me minister’s door , At a nervous quickened _Pace, Cntue thin deacon ’s son , as many before _‘_10 _ear nes tiy PIRY for grace. Well , the imarsomi was pleased at tine yout _h ’s desi re , Aini made ready the mioly water ; lint tIne youth declared his attn was higher—ills _Ura ce was tine minister ’s _daugmnten_’ —Uui _(_, LAST WINTER. When rosy figured Dawn awakes, And mnhlst hint radiation one _bun star still blinks , _Th en chum amid _I began our work—A.pl ayimig tiddledy-winks . _Wime mn in tIne _bmlghnt ening western sky, Time _bma zlmng chariot of rinoebus sinks , Then _chnn mn and I put in our sport—A._ph ayiug _tiddle hy— _wl...
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
THE EGO COINPO ~ , 165-185 W. Front St. Cincin nati , Ohio , U. S. A U1JILD1 ~ US and OUI ~~ I NATO _HS of ~ fl Infor mation freel y given—do not WOOD W 0 R K _I N U hesitate to ask for it. For Colleges , Teciimmn’ai _Scimools , Trade Gen eral Wood Workers , etc. MACHINERY _1 _~ o _1, Pinner aini ~ _nioothj _er _, _____________ Planers of all kind s and sizes, Planers and Mat chers in great variety. _l’_u_,_I _~ , _~ s 18 _in. _wi_,_Ie , 6 in_,_Ithi oIc. _. The largest line in the United States of the latest improved machinery for all kinds of wood-work ing.
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
ALL--tite yeai’ round--MUSIC The se aiid thou sand s of other BoDk _s for sale. Correspond. _(_ii you have no Guit ar , Mandolin , Banjo, Flute _ci _Viollim , _c _~ i _I or semi icr lists of fine In’ _st r_,,rnpnt s _til oi_,_r bran ch, store , J B. _li _~ vsrs & Co., _83 Count _Silent , _Bo _~ _toii _,) OPERA TiC PIANO _COLLE C’i’ION. _‘_ISo best of ti _, ~ mushe of ID _Opeins_. Price Si R_). _Air, for Piano. YOUNG PLAYERS ’ POPULAR COLLECTION , St very easy and very good pieces. Price $1.00. _SAIIIIA ’Fhi-DAY MUSIC. For l’iano. _35 _beumuii fu i MeTo_. dies, fi nely _arrutmn _geii . Price. Voh. 2 ofMlss _Elea nor W. Everest’s ALBU M OF SONGS. 12 fi _rst_.ehass Somigs by time best _inutlmers. I’riee _$_i. COLLEGE SONGS. New, enlarged edition. 82 jolly songs. _200,_1_,00 sold, I’rlre 110 cents. OLD FAMILIAR DANCES. For the PIano. _100 of them. Ensy, andums merry as they can be. 80 cents , FOR MUSIC _FESTIVALS. THE ATLAS. By Cnvi Zerra _iin. _29 splendid Choruses. Sacred and ...
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
RICHA RD KNY Impor ter of and Dealer in CHEMICALAND PHYSICAL APPARATUS CRE MI OAL8 , Etc. Sole _Reine elltative of C. Ge harth. _Boll, Rh 10 CORTLANDT STREET NEW YORK Whole Laboratory Outfits or Single Apparatus furnish ed promptly, Impo rtat ion . free of duty for _Scient iflo _InstItut _ions A 8PE CXALTY _. ~ ~
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
SCE_1FFER & SODS Have a f ine selection of Woolens of the latest and most p opular designs. The very latest shapes HATS AND CAPS Ger ~t1cn ~ ei_’ ~ s’ Iu isI ~ _ir ~ g Goods _Fine Neekweeu’ a speclaltia - ~~ * MILITARY * UNIFORMS *_~ i-For Price, Fit and Quality are Unequaled State College , Penna. ol ~
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
T_!_’_!E. S. GREELY & CO. GENERAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES_,, ~ and ~ DEY MT., NEW YORK. ELECTRICAL MEASU _i_1EMEN’r INSTRU _. tine very Highest Grade. Preci sion and Constancy, _Quna i_. ~~~~~~~~~~ IIIENTS and BATTERIES of ity and Finish time _I ~ est in the _Worki_. ________Catalogue _ofStan _dar d_.Test _I instruments fur _nish e i _I _u pon _apuhiumlion _Illus. I ~ 1 J trtnted circular of and Novelties u piieai ton, poll _np_’ _—‘ MiNIATURE INCANDESCENT LAMPS_,— ~
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
TRAUTWINE ’S POCKET- BOOK Without doubt it has proved itself to be tine most usefu l h and book In tine language , for time engineering pr ofession.—Engi nccm’iny mud _Mining Jou _,_nuzt_, August _25_th , 1888. JOHN WILEY & _BONe, _P. & P N. BPON , NEW YOR K. LONDON. —
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
DREKA FlilO tatiollor1 au Ell aV!ll House _11_._? _Cl_, estiant Street, I’m _lie alelpia _Ia_. Commencement , Clas s Day, Fra t ernit y, Reception and Weddin g I nv it ations _, Programmes , Ban quet Menu !, etc. Steel Plate Work for Fraternit ies and College Annual.. Pine Stationery with Fra ternity or Cha rs Badge Mono . gram , etc. Visiting Card Plato Engraved for 81. 100 Cards from the Plate for $1. I)eaen _’ gai _te, _Sa_,_aapieN q_,_iatl I _’ a’ks’N _Neut _on _AppUeutloae ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1891
Special Designs —ANI)—All Club aiid College Colors _In Engl _ish La _wil Tennis Flannels. c c t _ii and H l ~_amg _hlssIi Flannel _Trou_88_cr ~ ~~ editce d to ~~~ ~~ O_. STUDENTS’ GOWNS AND CAPS , $6. ~ 5. Wspeeiuml Discount on Class Outfits. Write for _Estin nate _Etin _ut Sa _mupi es, E. 0. THOMPSON _~ ..J’ _._AJ . _~~~ A_.. TaIlor —Clothier—Importer , _Oi_)l_)_05_It ~ the 1888 Ghesi ~ nu ~ &r eet, _~ 1_INT_. PHILADE L PHIA ~ ~~~