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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1887
TYPE WRITER AREN TS. ~ _"_I advise _purent _s to have all their gIrls and boys In tight slioI’t _._llltnl _I WIlt ing _ititti _type_._w I’ll _IlIg_. A sllol’t _._IlnluI _Wtl _ttl t’ who Can _typ e-w _rilo hIs own _Ilotos _woliltl lie safe r 11010 _poVer ty than a Gt’ttek scholar . ’ — Clial’les _lttnttlu _, on _"l’liu _Uenatng Mall._" ~~~~~~~ W _~ ’Ue for Men_, I1(_u_8tl’a ~ ed Pa _mphte ~ . _w _~~ _elc_()vle, SEA _ST _AP _~ 5 & _BENEDICT . _SJL Chestnut St. _(_Con _tin ~ _nta_3 Hotel), 1’_IIILAI)_ELPIIIA , i’A, ADVI CE AD V_/ C_/_C TO PAR _9 Will _,, _~ il fnllo _~ iflg _())_._lo_( ~ _ft_. ~~ _No_._2, 0,,,,. _nfl _,_) _On fld.oui _,,_msflt.. _No. 4_, FJ _._t_,_in_, T_,_eklI _14., 10, _ismm_.. Si’fl_,_t l _law ., _Tofu_) , _&Q_, No. _it . 0_,_r_,_l_, ~ _io ~ ~ _oulh_. _’ _1153_._1 _s_. _ip _. ld ln _t _’_. _u rn. ris e _c_._I_._t _,,_00,, _No_.fl_, •o _ntal_,,_l_,, rut. _. _, _,_er n _l n k _00 _,_lIlV_,,_o_._i _IT ~ _OT_5_, _IotOboii_, _I
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1887
_ADVER_1 E & F ~ T. Anthony & Co. _~ I _i_,_ti_1acltpcis nod _Iinport ~_rs _, of PHOTOGR A P HI C _INSTRUMENTS Apparatus and Supplies 591 Bvoadw ’y_, _II Sole _rrop_) k’tnln of _tIle _Fatout_. _OateIici _1_,_Ietoe ~ _tivo _, _Scinnid 1_)_otectlvo_, _Fully, _No ’tI _, _11*_1_(_1 lii—cyn _lo _(_innienils_, n d _sole _ogents _fnr the _eclebratod _1)_uiIIUtt _,_T1 _Leiiil eiI. Annatosu’ _t_)_nttLtt ~ _hi ~ _gict _,t varIety f_,_oni ‘)içt_._oo _up. _i _wer d_, S’_,nd for Catalogun or ~ call ~ itd C _nlI _fltiIt O _. ~~~~~~ More titan Porty _Veers _Esta_6_l_,_shc_,_t so tills _lies of _lussness. ~~ ‘GtLLor 7 ~ _Pcn . GOLD MEDAL , PARIS , jS’T8. _._1118 (_fcteb_,_ate d _LY_’ _Ifl_?_LbC t’e_, 303-404- _I 7O-6O4- ~ 332, anti hi. otlie _’ of _yies ntap be _110_(_1 _(_1_/_’ _(_Iii tlew_’_er8 _throu_(Jhout _ha _world, Joseph Gillott & Sons, N _,w Voi’k_, 011_! GiN Al ACCIDENT CO MPAN V OF _AMERIIJ _I Lar e t . Ill the ffu 1 _Ho Ann_,_’_,7 ~ P ~ 7 _~~~ ° cost only ~ S a Y...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1887
_I _‘XT ~ would have it un _d erstood that V_I _, f the critkisms which appear in the colum ns of ‘ _1 _ui ~ FaEE L1 ~ N _cE concerning our _‘alma ma/ er emanate wholl y from a spirit of good, will. When we criticize it is not to antagonize but to p lomote her best interests. If, in hewing to the line the chi ps fall on "tender spots," it is not our fault, We are in a better position to learn the sentiments of’ the _stud ents than the faculty, and in vO icin g these sent im ents , we think the faculty, and trustees as well , should re cognize a service of no little importance. Dissatisfaction among stu deflt s means small graduating classes, and small graduating classes mean retrogress ion , for the success of a college is largel y cletermi ned by her graduates. r HE efforts of Bucknell Unive _m .sity to obtain a si gnal service station are worth y, of emulation by this in stitution . We wouldi commend the matter to the consideration of the Board of Trustees. Such a station would be...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1887
THE FREE LANCE Publishcil _?_liout_/_iiy duriity hic ‘ college iicar by tic _Stu_,_J _cnl_,_o ~ f Tha Pennly_(_va_,_iia Stats college. ST A _FF. _EDITOII , _G _RTF F _I_’ r u J. TI-IOMAS , ‘88. _ASSOCI ATS _KDITOIOB _: GE_0. M. DOWNING , ‘88. _Wbt , M. PoRTER , ‘88 CURTIN G. Roop , ‘89. J oHN S. WELLER , ‘89. \V. B. N. HAWK , ‘89. _GR_0. R. MEEK , ‘ 90. J _AM ES C. MOCK , ‘ 90. Dllthteos _Maitloyc_, _’ : J OHN F. L. Mo R RIS , ‘8 g. _Aooiot_, B_,_isl_,_teoo _Man "yer _: H. WAL’roN MITcHELL , ‘ 90. —0—Otie _Vett lnt _e (_S _olos.) — — — ~~ 1,00 _TERMS : _._Sisgle Gopi _co, — — — — . 15 _I Paya ble in _AOeallec . ContrIbutions of matter aunt other Information iti’o _10 cluesteti from all Ineinbel’s _mu d _ox._rneniber ~ of the College. Literary _inmotto _r slupuhi be ad dr essed to the Edit or , Subscriptions , _511_)_1 all _bluSinos _S cOinni unicat tolls, shou ld be athii’esscd to the _Iiuslnes ~ Manager _, Entered at State college _l_’_ost OfJIce _as _seeolld claw _illaticl _’_. IV...
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1887
lishment of such a station here but a matter of app lication on the part of the proper authorities. I’X TOULD it not be a good idlea to V V excuse the Seniors from performance at Rhetoricals ? These exercises are alreadl y too long, and what is more , the Seniors ’ prod _Cctions , being mostly scientific theses, are exceeding ly wearing on the lower classmen ’s patience after having endured the other performers for an hour. We wo ~ ild suggest, in case it be not advisable to excuse them ent i rely, that they be required to perform but once each term , and1 the performa nce to consist of an oration. AS was suggested in these columns in a former issue, ou r athl etes have indeed got _‘a move on. " Althoug h they were somewhat slow in making an effort , they organized a football team , which createdi considerable ent husiasm in all ‘the studlents , the facidly not excepted. Now that all have becom e awak ene d to the im porta n ce of sports, both as a means of pleasure and physical cul...
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1887
Science. The d eficiency here is attributed , in part , to the text-book , but *e rather think the way in which these subj ects are tau ght is more cul pable. With no other insp iration than a request to repeat parrot-like the contents outline of a book a student can not be expected to attain other than " ordinary success." A recitation conducted on the verb a/im _c_/ _lz_’ _/ _era_/_im princi ple is _dievoidi of everything but a display of memory. These branches are successfull y taught onl y where the instructor imparts his knowled ge in a, manner that will rouse and energ ize his pup ils. He mu st " scorn ‘cramm ing,’ so Prevalent in our day, and convert the knowledge he imparts into a lever, to lift , exercise and strengthen the growing min dis committed to his care. " DRIFTING. ~ Vo Iloittoti 01100 00 idle tide s WInch lay bene ath tlmc rising sun, Than level’s there wore none l_,_esltlos _Th at Ilioppy _Sflhlsliilie Sliolie UpO _ll. Spring lIfe _wnsIn the earth an_(_l _ale _I ...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1887
66 _‘ THE FREE ho m e, has its special interest and value in the fact that it brings together , so fa r as this is pos _sible , t he scattered members of each household , stre ngthening the ties of nat ural affection in those who meet about the old fireside and callin g forth simultaneousl y tin dl y thoug h ts in the breasts of the friends who are widel y sepai’ated in space but not in heart. But no true affection is narrow and selfish ; ‘‘_ihanks livi _n g, ’’ as an old writer puts it , ‘‘ is ’ akin to thanks—g iving, ’’ and so the spirit of Christmas , of _"goodwill to men ,’’ has entered into our November holiday also , and manifests itself in hel ping the poor , t he orp han , the friendless one , for the heart expanded by the ome love and t h e tho ug h ts of h ome fr ien ds hrows tender in its thoug ht of t he homeless. As the two holidays just named are related to morals through the religious and the home life , so is the remainin g class related to patriotis m thro _ug h th...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1887
pecial ly valu e the increasing influence of Decem . ber 25th , as proclaiming glad tidings of peace and love and as advancing that ri ghteousness which exalteth a nation. _‘ _1_. THE _INVJ _WCIJ3LE WEED. _nY GEORGE c. nu’rz _, B. _S The surprising l y small per cen tag e of studen ts using tobacco , as found in my class in Ph ysiology numbering 26 members ( ~ of whom are ladies ,) has led me to èanvass the several classes now in the institution , in oider to deter _m ine to what extent the " weed" is being used. I have carried the investi gation , as well as the opportunities at my command would serve me in a limited period of time , through the ten gra duating classes of the last decade ’ of years. While I do not consicte r the fi gures _presetiled below sufficient or even trust ~ _vorthy , from which to make proper deduction , yet I think they will serve at least to illustrate a few facts of more or less interest. _I must add that in all these figures the ladies have been exclude...