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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
* fIP1 ~Ih, _1g9J ~o1un ~ c _I ~ it ~ // ~ unibev ~ _iie. _1_k_/_I _‘ _I _’_~ ) ~ I _~ _III ~ t ~~ _I _._; \ ‘~ ’~~ _1 _/ _1 _1_) _‘ ~ T _((‘ _I _; _: _: ~ ~~_‘ ~ C ONTENT$ S ~~ ~~~~ A _Brili Nu _I ~_Ol ~ M_, Hti.i AN ) _CAMPif _) , _10 _. : ~~ : A C_0_NInYOIOR H _Rl ANu _I _01 Al _H it WHiw ’_, (J _~~ _IouNwA_0 _oNH , . _14 AN Oio _MAxl _~ I_, _1 _~~ l_80_NAlS _, MO M MAN , Coiiooo O _nji_’ , _15 IIINTH ON Pw;i_,_ic SPEAKING , _L _~N_’ ~ r_.o’i _o, _, 10 _1_II} PIH _H _INS_1_ATIAII ON — _I _‘ _~ _tiIA _N_(_1_IH 17 _. _. _. _. . _. . _% _~ ,OMAN _AHES liur Mn _PI_1n _I_1_H_000_NIIION No _iiii _~ o Mou _. 9 . Tka Parzrzsylvamii _SLRL ~ _CIIJ JHgH , _SL&Li ~ _Uulliigu, P _~ . _________ _—— _—— ~~~~ 4 _. _. / _~ ‘ .. _. _. _./ • / .\ _)‘. ,. _‘ ,. _~ ‘ [ _, _~~ 1 _. ~~~~ _~~ ‘ ‘ _,?_. _~ . _. _. _. A
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
That BOY AND GIRL Of ou rs What shall we have them taught and where ? PEIRCE COLLEGE BUSINESS AND SRORT - ~~ AND, Reoord _BuIld ing , 917-919 CheNtli _Ut Street _Fbi _m _dcl 1 _l,ia , _Pa_. SECOND , THIRD AND FOURTH FLOORS. _) _lorn _~ _ug, ~ 1ft _~ ._rnovn_, _aHd _?_4’I _~ iht 8_eSH _IODI N Eleven hundred and forty-one (_1141) separate students lIst year Early _llpJ _~ I icatlo _II_000SSIII’y. Our &ndonts unifo _~ mIy hen ’ testi _m ony in favor of tie utility _i _d prattliablilty of the _cou rse of _inst i’i _etion , tile skill and devo_. tin _ni t i e _Facu lty uui tie earnestness of effort and t ie general _FlliiC(_’_14_S itteuidluug the _S _IflO in promoting t heir interests after _le _~ vlng College , _l_3_u _eInes ~ non nay expect more of grsdtmtos t_.i _is year than be. foe , _us tie _st ij uhird for gruduallon bus beau rah_,_ed_. _l’_el ’cc College Writing Slips and Real _llusi , ess Forms , by Pro_. _fosso ’ A. P. _h oot , for _ho _m e _pra ~ _tioa _, one dollar a ...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
DEPOT FOR • ~ j L ~~~ A, J. REACH CO’S, BASE BALL GOODS. WRIGHT & DITSON’S TENNIS SUPPLIES E1V 1U IL, 1UR i_/I X _1INP DllfIO D SAFETIES. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ GE~~~ ER_.._A_._I j _._AT E ~~ L ~~~ TIC Ot7 TF ITTE R S. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. FIRE ARMS AND FISHING TACKLE . IH_,ouIhi lIE’ ~ )fr_(_f_8_Em_1tO NlIofi’ 1101111131 Ne.v _. ~ 4_tock _oJ _Sfc,_’_1_laati _~~ _li_.’cr Gornta gas _oo ~ v _Leathiu r_(? _~ . _apa. B. C. ~ Lc11en13acl 2, —_,.o ~ o.,-——(From the Gorham Mf g_, Co _._Arrmin ._nuruwaim COIANIuII Si’ooaa, 1)_1 _AGIONtJS, ____________________ OYsi’li It _Fonxs , _._1 i _~ ti’ni_._iiY _, _I_’_Ru cBiiuivit Si’ _iONH _, WAr _tImEs , ~~~~~~ _O_1_? O _1’j ion _011_nA_91 KNiVE S, _SltVIOiWA BE, OLIVE _Fonmo _s CLOCKS , and Confectioner. BUTTER _l ’ _icKS_. _SII ~V_ER NOVELTIES. Itcpali’lng of flue _~ Vatcflos a _s ~ ec’Ialty_, — ~ V. ‘F. Achenba cli , ~ _IIISIIOJ) Sti’t’ot, Bellefonte AY. I _~ ’ ..( _’_ol ~ . 1. _blaaaaond_. _Bell efonte , Pa. _Tolmrplioi o 044
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
I N S E T I 1—--~ _I S 0 T I _CI D S. —_-* ~ — ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~ ~~ ~~ ~ SLUG _Sh OT by the barrel, hundred pounds or inS antI 10 pound packages. In sect Powder by the 100 pounds or Single _poland_. White Heliobore by the 100 pounds or sIngle pound. Pari s Green in Packages from _fiI ~ pound tO 28 pounds. Trip Juice for _~ outlO ttisects, by the pint or quart. Tob acco Dust by tie single pou nd or huuitli’erI _pouulds_, Tobacco Stems by the single pound or hundred pounds (_4_I_1_APE DUST for mildew , by the pound or 100 _pounds. _CAIt_1IOLIC P0 WDEIO for general purposes, by the pound W HALE OIL SOAP for washing trees, by the pound or _5.0 pounds or in kegs of _I ~~ , 2 lb and _Sib. (or 100 pounds _IJA_1tBOMC ACID & _Wh ALE OIL SOAP in small cakes or by thu 100 pounds. Thyme Creeoi _101’ tlesti’oying insects on aiii_,_uais_, in small bottles, or by thu qu art, half gallon, lIve gallon or barrel. Dcscrlptive ciroulars with prices sent to all Applicants. ~~~~~ . ~~~~~~~~~~~~ T...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
BJ ~ 1 ~~ _ AIKE ~ iS rqusic Sl or e, PIANOS , ORGANS ANI) SFIEET Music, P I CTVRES , _._IE WELRY _and WATC _h ES. [FRAMES MADE TO ORDER.] + _CI_, r i_._s ’f _ns as P rison _is. Weddinq P rosen _is Ltc r A1Le9hen ~ & ~ tshop Ste., Do 11ofc _zit ~~ , X ~ a
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
E STA BL _I S !_._PJ_.,_84 US. P. Brachb _ill No. 2O ~ Spring Street, Bellefonte_, Pa. flealer _in’and Importer of * FURNITURE * AND * BEDD _IN G , * ~ arIor FurnIture, LIbrar ~ Furniture , C’HAMBEJ_? FURNITURE. _._Spec lai Fa _clUtia_8 for k_! _urasielU_,_ag _,_Fr ate_,_•_nai _t_._J_1_anp _tea ~ _Kouaesu_. _~ _i
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
THE LIT _11OTYPE £ BLI IIING IJO., _. ~~ AItT _PIJBLISHERS ,*+ —fi AND uufactll ers of File Book I11flSt atiOll _Illustration _s for College Publications a Specialty , Estimates cheerfully furnished and Samples sent by mall THE LYTHOTYPE PUBLISHING CO., GARDNER , MASS. _‘_IT_. S. A ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
VoL. V. STATE COLLEGE. PA., APRIL . _i8_oi_. No. i. En/e_, ’ed at State UoUe_.qe Post 0_,_/f lee as second _cra _ss matter. WITFI this issue the management of the FREE LANCE has passed into the hands of the newl y elected staff_’. It is, perhaps , needless to say that we _wt ll endeavor to keep the paper up to its former standard of excellence and to continue its past policy, to be, as it should , the representative organ of the students and Alumni of our college. Further than this we can make no promises but will leave it to our friends to jud ge later whether our efforts have been fruitful or Otherwise. _. . _It must be _rëniembere _~ , however , that much of the success of our journal depends _111)_011 the Alumni and students , and we ask for their continued support both by subscri ptions to the l)apet and by contributions to its various department s , In the past too much has been left to the staff and but few contributions , of literary articles especiall y, have been received ...
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
the college to hear him from that standpoint alone. But besides this we would emphasize that the lecture is for the benefit of the Athletic Association , and , if for no other reason , that should warrant the attendance of every man in college. In the past either throug h carelessness or for some , in most cases surel y, _.inexcusable reason , there has been a sad neglect , on the part of the students , to attend these entertainments given for tile benefit of college organizations , and in some cases the audiences have contained a majority of outside people. Such a state of affairs surel y should not continu e. Every man in College should consider it his personal duty if possible to pat _i ~ onize all such efforts on the part of our college organizations , especiall y the Athletic Association , to strengthen their finances and thus materially aid in their prosperity. THROUGH the efforts of tile General Athletic committee , with the hearty co-operation of President Atherton , the Boa...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
for himself? Should not the alumni be interested in what the student is doing ? and how well he is preparing himself to stand honorabl y among his own number ? Surel y if he feels any pride whatever in his Alma Mater , or has in the smallest degree a sense of loyalty, he will be interested to know whether his college is turning out men of whom he can be pr oud , or person s who are unable to stand on equal fooling with the graduates of other colleges. The man is to be pitied who is not loyal to or interested in the college from which he graduated; or ashamed of his Alma Mater because she does not boast the age, the name , the dignity and wealth of’ a Harvard or a Yale. He puts himself on a level with the weak, innocuous and effim inate dude who by happy chance and plenty of money passes through one of our greater institutions and comes out with a puny debilitated brain incapable of any hi gher idea than that HE was graduated at X. To our alumni we would say : let our college paper b...
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
dicted by all his friends , to walk oft’ with the honors of his class. It was but natural that at such a time as this his thoug hts should wander over college career that was so soon to come to a close, and it was with a feeling of perfect content that he looked over his past success and failures . And well mi ght he be satisfied. For from the time when he entered college as an humble freshmaii , to the dismal ni ght when , as a senior , he dozed in that electric car , his career had been one of unrivaled glory. He had been the idol of his class , bad played end rush on the college eleven , had been the champ ion debater of the Harhsichord Literary Society, had been one of the editors of the college annual , the La Gri ppe , and then to crown all his glories , had at tile recent elect ions been chosen Correspondin g Secretary of his class. He had even been advised by some of his fri er. ds to lo ~ by for the vice-presic ~ cncy, but , with his characteristic modesty, he had thrust as...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
if you cannot win you ~ _vil_1 at least know that you have done your duty to your college by having done your best. A SPRING POEM. "Sweet spring has conic" a student cried One balmy April clay, Then put his tenni s trappings on , And bled him forth to play. He piaye(_i ,—l_3ut th at sweet April day Was like such days , you know , For soon he tu rned his trouser s up And wade d home through _snow. _it T _h e summer ’s come, t _ue sod is _greeca Where rests the student youth , The robin s in the trees above _Rem ind, his bones—forsooth—T’was time ho got his blazer on , But Dry bones shakes below, And wearily groans , _"I tried it once, And wade d home through snow. " A CONDUCTO _~ ?’S _ROilIA NCR. CHAPTER 1 "If I could onl y ride through examinations like this ," exclaimed B. Wellington Warrens , as he en ~ sconced himself comfortabl y in the corner of No. 6 of the 22d. Street Line. There were no other passengers, this being the last car of the ni ght , so that when the conduct or had...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
all y sliding himself along the seat to prepare for q closer inspection when the car again came to a sudden stop which landed him pr_.ecipitate l y in the aisle and when he had collected his scattered senses he found her gone. He rushed madl y to the rear platform. The strange young woman was just about to enter the doors of a statel y residence which stood close by when she turned abo ut. Then by the lig ht of the electric lamp Wellington saw gazing at him a pair of eyes of such beauty that ,—t oo late, the doors of the house had closed upon her and the car had started. "Je mej ele dans saf ted" cxci aimed the excited young man as he again took his seat in the corner. CHAPTER I [ The wind blew violentl y down Capital street and sent the rain rattling against the solitary car that was running rap idl y down the dark deserted thoroughfare. It blew the rain fiercel y under the platfor _m , causing the lonel y conductor to huddle close against the door and finall y compelled him to see...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1891
chanicall y he hel ped them out with the basket. Dazed and sttipefied he watched them ascend the steps of that same stately residence and then be. neath the glare of the street lamp lie saw turned upon him that same pair of eyes. "I’m dreaming _I I’m dreaming _I_’’ he cried as he thi’ew Oil the current and started the car madl y down the street. But he knew better. He knew that he would never recover from the effects of that one mad passion. He saw before him buta life of blasted happ iness and then a strong determina_. tion came to him. He reached above his head and caught the roof of the car and drew himself quickly up. Wet and half frozen he crept along the top until he came to where the trolley pole was fastened. With the memory of that great day in college when he had ~ von til e rope-climbing con test fresh in his mind , he seized the sli ppery rod and began cautiousl y to climb upwards. Slowl y he drew himself hi gher . and hi gher , always feeling the rod sink sli ghtl y und...