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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

OJ _tICI N _, _’_iI ~ ç ~ Y\ ~ GILLo ~ 7 ~ ,... ,fcc f _‘ Pcn . ACCIDENT COMPANY _01~ i% _Mi_1_It_1 (J _,% . L r est’ 111 the ‘Terl GOLD MED AL, PAR I S, 18_’_18. _lila Ceieb_,’a€eci _lVunmhers, 303-4 04-- I 70-6O4---3 ~ 2, and _hIs oUjer 8 7J _leR tnay _Sc _lIce qf _alt _ilealora throu_17_lmo_,_it _016 W_(fl’ld_. _3oseph Gillott Sons, _r _~cw _~~ n’k H ~~~~~ t ~ 9_!_iSuRAllcE _, _~~~ . cost only~~ a Year foi’ each Its Accident Po _lic_. ~ 0 ~~~~ iIlSll’ttllOe W ith ~ rN ~ Vcekhy _IndemnIty, to 1’l’oress ioIlul _1111_(1 Iiusliiesit _MCU. Issues also t _h e — BEST AND _CUEAPES_’ r _LII _~ ’I_1 POLICY IN T I l _E WORLD. indefeasIble , _Non_. Fort’eltab_,_e _, W _orIll .W _bole, _Assets_, _li ~ O,4O4 ,OOO _L_’ltL _( _I _l_’_iiIIey .Uohdcl’s_, _I_*1:_!,_t_$_t J o, _() _I_. _0. _lt_,vr’ruonsow, Pl’et French, German, Spanish , Italian ‘You _caii hy ten wee k s’ st _utly, _lIll (_14t_01_’ _clOud ’ of these _Ititu guages sluiflelently for every day _1111_)_1 _busblldss eonvoi’sa _I ion by I...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

Es’rAumLosuI _tlrI 1815 HOR STMI NN BROS . & CO , J ~ fihi _and C/eeriy _.S_’ frect_,s _’ , PItt _I_.._ADEL_,_l_’_Fl IA. Gymnasiuii ~ and Boatin g Gootls Feizcing Fails, _Swa_1’d_. ’ , Gloves, Ga_,,_nlle/s , A _fasks , _Siloes, Jackels and Boxing _Glave_._i .._/3_oa/_ini, _" J iosieiy oJ all hinds, S_/_u _rIs , Pants , Hose and _ca _~ ._i Polo, Fool-Ball and Bicycle J _erseys. *~~ Seiul for _lu tist i’utc_*_l _CatmtIogn ~ .

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

TYPE WRITER ADVICE 7’O P4RENTS. ~ _‘_la l _V _Ito _~~ (_tVOti _Is _10 _liii _. _W e _UI_! _th e! I’ _glut s _(_Iii)! boys _I It _11_gI_1 _4 _14110131,. _1114_,_1111 W’ _1101_) _11 _1111(_1 _typo . a’ tI _1111g. A _sh_((_rI _._II_,_) _ui _,_v i’ll _01_’ _W _ho CUll _type .w i’iut _Ii Is _CUl l) _notes woo hI ho slIftIl’ fi’oun _povevt _~ ’ _I Inn_, a G _104 k _scllolmu ’_,_’’ — _C _b illet _ltel t_)_bO _((t1 _"’l’ lIe _tI _Init (g _Mmtim_. ’’ ~~~~ •/_,_‘ ~ e _/ _0_)_’ _._A_’ew I_/_1_U_14_u _) ’Qtld !‘_alnp / (k ’l _W_1’CKOFV _SI_1 ~ M._t NS & _ISENIIDIC _I_’. _811_._1 _ij _hmestriiit _SI , _(_Cm It _flea i _al Hotel), j ’uihLAt )_h_(_Lj _’ IIIA_. _I_’ A. _5_,_2 _, O_,,,,s. n_,_t _tlus _•_ooouI r_,_m_,_nh,. No. _, 4, Pliblot _Tooki ,, _I.,. _10, _homo_,._r _l_)_,_’_,_ul., _1 _~~~ _nT_, n _n_)_I _,_&o_, No, IT, _41_,_0_(_1’ _5_._4 YO _ut _h ’ _lflo _~ ,_l .. _bpol _,_(_l_,,_( _’. _CIIo_’ _p_11_._’_. osIsInIon No, ~~ , _Con _to _IoiInq _m _lii _,_"ve _mn_( s Ill _,IIU’r_...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

E_, ~ & I_~ ,TI Anthony & Co ?_, _411_)_h Illcturcu’u _11_)_1_)_1 _)_fl p _Ol _1_._110 of PHO TOG ~ APW C _mi ~ _IN STRUMEN TS Apparatus and Supplles _1 591 Th’o ~ a _’ w >y, 1/. V. Sole _131001_i_,’iO_)S _~ f _the ‘Pate nt_, _ti _lI t _olIel _i)etcc—Live, f3_c_1_(_nIhI _Detective, Fairy, _~ _ov_* 1, _ttiul ill—eyele (_laitici ’nn , _nial _soi ~ _ogen t _s fur _IIU _(Jelcbo’uttod 1)ahllncyco’ _Lclutc,_4 . _,_it _im _~ t _ti _,_citi _Outh _it _in _gt ’ca t vai’kty fion_, $9.00 _tIp . w: rd. Srnd tom’ _CatnIo ~ uc _cc cn I niod _03311_i_1_)_IIIC_. ~~ _rMa _~ ’e //_uon I_"ar_/_y _! ‘ t’ar_. _,L _sAtbl_/_s_/u’d _1_’_, _f_/_us t’_,ns 3_fdkS_/_flt ’SS_.

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

LERUE LEMER , ~~~~ MOTO GR ~ PRER ( 0—÷- _~ _--- _2111 Ill A _ihK _1131_’ S I’IOlIU’l_’ , HARRISBURG. PA

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

R EMINGTON STANDARD

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888
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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

THE FREE LANCE. t_’ _u_?_IIIOUSIl _11_(_11_(_1 _I_/_O (/ _(_1III’:_llg _t/_I _O _20_II _~f~ O _I/car _11_,_1_/ _I_/I n _St, _I_,_ie_,_II _/_11 _nf ‘7/I _C Pc (_mno_,yIeallia _,_Siat ~ _Cc ,ftc çjo _, STAFF. Eol’roll , ( ~ l_’ ~ O_. M . 1) O\_VNIN G , ‘88. JiSBOcIA’l’iC _1101130108 \‘V _~ u. M. PO R’l’ER , ‘88. _CAnol _~lNE R. HUN’I’Ehl ,_’88_. CuR’l’lN G. _Roop , ‘89. J OHN S. _WELI _,ER , ‘89. W. B. N. HAWK , - ‘89. Gi ~ o, R. ~~~~~ ‘ 90. J AMES C. MocK , ‘ 90. Bu (n oo _._Jlf(_lIlaff Cl’ _. _Ii _\VAL’roN Ml’I’CHELL , ‘ 90. _Ass_/_nt_, _BlIo_/_lI eos _._lThIl gsr WM . H . \VA _I_._KFR , ‘ 90. —0——Ole _,l’_UiIlIIlIl (_1) _14100_. ) — — — ~~ 1,00 _7’lfI_?M_,S ; . ~ inqto _Cop_/cs , — — — — _, 95 i ’_ll_/_Jab_/_C il _l IIIII’an c r, Contu’l _Iftitb ont of _IlilItt el’ utlet oIlier In _forlua tboum aid _me. _qilette d from all uiiniiubers _101111 _ex._niembers of tl ~ e College, _LItet ’aI’y mattel’ _shou ld ho _ad_)_1m’osse_(l to the _Ildbtou_’ . Subsei’I _ptloims _, an d all buiIlmes...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

76 THF FREE LANCE IT was with much regret that the staff of editors accepted ! the _resigri _atiohl of Mr. Thomas as edlitor -in -chief of this sheet. The talent disp layedl by him in his able editorials was of hi gh order , reflecting much cr ~ dlit upon our paper. His popularity was widlespreadl among the boys and! the consequent influence was always used in prop er _directions. The Young Men ’s _Cht ~ ist ian Association and! the Washington Literary Society each lose an active and! zealous member , _~ y_1 ~ always had lots of ‘‘go" in him. Success attend you , Tom , wherever you may go and don ’t fo rget to come and see us often. T_’ EGARI )ING the erection of the R~ new buildings , the question has been asked , "Wh y is not the assembl y hall built first ?‘‘ Now , at first questioning, it would _! appear almost necessary that the hall should be erected before our commencement , on account of the increas’lng number of _person s visiting th e college at that time. Our chapel has n...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

WE were somewhat amused while looking over some old laws to flue! the following "Let all jud ges, and all city peop le , and all tradesmen rest u po n the venerable clay of the sun , but let’ those _d welling in the country freel y and with full liberty attend to the culture of their field s since it frequently happens that nO other dlay is so fi t for the sowing of grains , or the planting of vines ; hence the favorable time shouldi not be allowed to pass, less the provision of H’eaven be lost."—C_’_ons_/_anthi e, 321 A. _I_) . We say we were _amu sed , but wh y shou ld we be ? How will ~ ur customs after fifteen centuries of progress compare with this old law of Constant ine ’s ? Mi ght not the enforcement of a law similar to the first clause of this one of ancient elate protect our Sundlay, the quiet and rest of which is being attacked ! on all _sid es by the’ running of railroad trains , the printin g and distributing of news ~ apers , an d man y other methods of pleasure which ...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

THE ENGINEER OF TO-DA _1’. Some one has characterized the past age as one of invention , the pl’ese_1 ~ t as one of eng ineer ’ ing. ~Ve no longer wait for some genius to b etter or cheapen our way of doing thing s, Instead of taking observations from the outside and working inward , men now ~ vo~ k from princ ip les _and build upon them It is not long since those who cari’ied on scientif ic investiga tion , as a mea ns to pr a ctical ends , were looked upon as being atlected with almost unpardonabl e vagaries . But it is no longer so, as th e d ema n d for economy, of force and mcIterials increased ‘ rap idl y, the inventive genius could no _longe ~ ’ be~ va’it ~ d for , nIlci technical education became a necessity. _‘l’he development of technol ogy has - bee n most potent and stimu lating. It has brought about great changes in the industrial arts . It has multipl ied machinery for every kind of work ; it has extended hi ghways beyond ~v hat , until recent l y, was th oug ht possib...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

foun d no place , for their graduated students , in the practical world. ‘ Manufacturers ope n l y declared that they much j ireteri’ed men with practice onl y to tlio ~ e who had theory alone, Di plomas were, no assistance in procuring positions but frequentl y a hinderance , This demand for dual train ing, the one giving strength and skill , and the other wisd om , refine ment and ingenuity, is revolutionizing modern education , and the process will not be complete until it rearhes the very bottom of our educati’ onal system , and industrial training be intro—duced into our public schools, E. s. _a. . F UEL GAS. WILLIA M _h ALE HE _Iu R I CK , A. M., _PRoI "ESSoli. _01_" cHEMisrav_. A few years ago t he use of gas as fuel was scarcel y known; to-day the vast development of natural gas is familiar to all , and the many advantages of gas as a fuel are in consequence everywhere recognized. Still , wide as has been the spread of the discovery and use of natural gas, coal is still , an...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

we ha ve gained was given us not to be ever starj ug on , but by it to d iscover other and onward things more remote from our knowledge. ’’ But no li ght is gained , in gaining _‘ knowlege , until it’ is vita !ized and .fusedl by our imag ination or spiritual forces. Even niatliematics which has ever been regar ded as one , of the dryest subject _,_s in the college curriculum , may have _. i ts ‘‘dry bon es" warmed into life by being breathed upon by the imag ination. Simp le germ i nal princi p les in its warmth ‘ are realized as the source of pregnant laws which control the minutest and the greatest objects and phenomena. A few ~ rimary definitions and fundamental theorems , for instance , lead by constantl y ascend. ing steps to the dleter _minati on of the areas and volumes of all ma gn it u des , whether those of plane geometry or the infinite number of those expresse d by the hi gher and transcendental equation , as th e cyc loids or spirals. But this harmony of procession cle...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

plant whic.h requires hi gher l)riced coal , it is much cheaper than any other gas. As has been said , a non-luminous gas is better adapted for heating purposes than illumina - ting gas. Yet , in most. cases where this gas is used for fuel , it , would be very con venient at times to obtain li ght from it. This result seems in a fair way to be accomplished , practicall y, by the use of an incandescent burner , in which a refractory material , unaltered in the air at a white heat, is heated to vivid iEcandercence by the non - luminous flame of fuel gas, thu s ’ y ieldin_,g a much whiter and steadier li ght than ordinary illumina - ting gas. Should this burner fulfill its present _l)_romise , this cheap ‘gas will doubtless l)e extensivel y distrib uted _iii the cities for ‘both heat and lig ht while it is not improbable that isolated l)_laI_)_IS may be widel y used to heat and li ght large build _’ ings , or small groups of buildings. THE USE OF THE IMA GINA 7’ION IN STUD Y. The imagi...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

T}IE F1 EE LANCE. _St NE K _’ . _IL _Is gone _I with its i’eeor _,_i of soi’l’ow _thu glt _tdnes ~ With Its _thr _obt_,_ings or hope _1111_(_1 Its _tt_’ eml,llngs of feat ’ With Its accents of j oy an _d Its _wni iin gs of sadness—Tile _niutihti e of silence eitsiii’onds the old _year. It i ~ gone _I wit _h Its _cil[Lfl _gOi , its _iThins , its i’esoiviiig_, It s br ightness _toni _(liu’kness , its sililbeitni _s _m _iii _shOWers With its scenes panoramic so qu ickly uiissol _vlng. it Is gone _mi d their memory now Only is ours. it is gone _I and _h ow _in _iuty it parted for ever _I How iiiaiiy _811(_1 _h earts did It ie tve as it sped _I _How litany fotid tIes did It s _schi n _it ~ r sever I Slow _itia ny bright Iiow ’r cts were ci’uslmvtl by its tl’Olt(_l It _Is gone _I from tile _h omes of the _h igh -cm l the lowly It _h as borne 00 Its wings _m any loved ones away No position too _111gb , ito relation too holy W _h en the siutittiotis Is given , _mill , till niust obey It is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

songs of unknown centuries ago , in the self-same words ; why Shakespeare still holds the theatre spell-bou nd speaking in the accents of "Queen Bess. ’’ This is wh y the birth of new nations that come upon earth with a mission ~ nd power are heral d ed by the poet , and when poetry de _d ines the nation decays. Books then are oni y aids to _hel 1) us in our own efforts to ‘‘ m ate with the essence of things. ’’ "Truth _Is wit hi n oursel ves It lalces _tio ii ~ o 1 _~ ronI outwtu’cI _LhIngs , whatc ’ot’ we tflR _Y l)_ulIev u •I ut t_’ LO _nl the _huIuo_8t _COlItIC _III US all. " SV. SLOGAN : P. S. C. hop ifep _I IIej ) Boom _I Hop Rep ! _hop ! Boom I Now sllIvorH afl thu alt with _souuul _Tim v _iUleys _slu g ‘l’ho _mouti _tahl is i _hig A _11_(_1 UOOM _COllies _bt _~ cIc _floin Rky _u _lid gl on To _nfl tho _woth i Our chal lingo _hu rl _ed , Whitt rnon we art , our _(_100_(_18 ~ 1i ~ t li pro ve With _lIan(1 _lLn(_l _hetu t _‘! _.VohlI _tb omit ’ _part To _iii ~ ko this _old worl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

—There are very good prospects for a slei gh_. ing Party to the Old Fort in the iiear future. —Th e ‘‘Sop h’’ class sled is a beauty, and iw—doubtcd _l y tI ~ e fastest runner at he institution. —Morris wants to learn to dance, We would direc t him to Beaver , who is a noted amateur. —The _small est man in the Freshman class is la id up with the measles at home— Mr . Fields. —Gilkey _contemp lates _wr iti n g a novel , enti tied ‘‘Electric Bobb y ; or , t _~ ie Nat uEa ~ Magnet. ’’ —When pastor _~ ; pr each against the variety of false th ings , th e you ng ladies know switch is which. —Es. —Coast ~ ng is becoming quite the rage ; crowds fill the hill every evening until stud y hours commence. —‘I’he President expects to depart f ~ r Europe in about three weeks , h ~ s object being to _regaiI ~ his health, _L_. S_0 many of our young men have an interest in Ph ilipsb urg \Veller even _spei ~ ds a week there before the op ening of each session. —C_, B. Scb ~ ffcr & Sons _, the...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

L OCAL ~ . — Coast _lu g. —Last _Spri _n g. —R . W. Green is i ~ sea rch of a new laug h. — ‘f’he college orchestra is now w ithout a leader . — D. C, Reber still has his analyt i cs . Tnt-lala-c-ho —The \V . 1 S. intc i ~ ds having a play this easo n . —— Old friends w iU meet—the ‘‘Ir _ish_’ ’ and the "Goat — Grocer Snyder will oj ien a d rug store in _Ii is new room, _— It is said that slei gh ing parties aic in co n—temp lat _ion_. — Sm itey is re _m ar k _ab l y veised on bui gs _and bun g- ho!es. —l ’he latest in _(he C’o ~ cge Boardin g Club—mu sh ai ~ d _m i lk , —— Prof . C) eaver ’s bro ~hcr h as j _oined the ‘ ~ A’ _pre par atory class, —A lien looks like a _Du tch butcher wi th his _I ~tt Ie white _cap. —Al _I the old st udent s , wit h the excepti o n of rour , have returned. —Wh y is life like coasting ? Because it is full of ups and clowns. —1 lite rary societies 1)rc) fl ~ isc better wor k than ever thi s te im . — ‘ ‘13 ~ um e ’‘ is doin g the gallant act on the ‘‘S...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

THE FREE LANCE —Thomas will have to come back _pr ett y soon and take away a cologne bottle and _"King of Pain ’’ bottle , w hich he left here , or Jones will ma ke use of them and their contents. —Mr. John Corri _gan , t he ente _Ipti ~ i iig propr ~ — etor of the Union Hotel , _has had his _dinin g room repap cr ed and 1)ainted in the latest sty le. It _p ~ - Eents a very attractive appe ~~ aI ~ ce flo w. — We wonder how many of the stucle tit s have tu rn ed over n ew leaves for the _com ing year. ~ 1’he quest ion i ~ not as much ~ ‘bo t hey are , but whic h ~ ones will live up to their good r esolutio _ns . — L’oy d ca n p_!ace one heel i n the middle of our skating pond and touch land with the other at any point on the shore. One must not neces ~ sadly think that the pond is little on this account. —We are very glad to learn that Greek h _as bee n ta ken up _~ _lgain , both in the pr eparatory department and college ; thoug h this is almost wh oll y a technical _schoo’ , some o...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1888

THE FREE pants furii ishing their own bed-cove rii ~ g, towe ls, pitcher and bowl _9 able board caI be procure(I at a cost not excee _d ing $3 per we ~ k, Students ~ _vi_1I provide their own (lra\v ing ii ~ stnimeiiu _~ , books and _statio n _ery. No examination wi l _I be _rcclu ~ red for _admission , I)_tl t , as the _fluwl )Cr _for ~ horn instruction can be provided w it i _be necessarily son ~ e ~ hat _limited , app _lie ati on s for ~ _dmiss _ion must be made not later than _Jun e ~ 5tb . Roonm _iii the college cannot be guarantee _d _afte r that date. _Leniont , t he nearest raiIro ~ cl stat io n , easily accessible from all parts of the State. F’ee co nveyance between Lemont and the College w ill be provi ded for specified tr _ahis , _l’amp htet s giv in g full accounts of the equi pment of t he sh ops and the met ho ds of work , or information on an y other point , can be procure _d by addressing the President , or _l’rof . Louis _E_. _Rebet . —- - J :EA ~ _SON_/JL S 74—Curt...

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