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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

other colleges, But without being _forced to lilake any such confession we are free to say that we have with other colleges the few weakling s who _"_rid !e" and are not able to walk at all, and also the _nuan who has been k nown to "pony " thoug h his usual practice andi p _riti cip les may be far above doing so. It is with these latter that we wish to make the point of this article. "P ony ing ’’ becomes indeed a serious matter in a class or a college when it is toleratedl by the sanction , not to mention the practice , of the more stable order of students. W e believe that a man who ha s suc cessfull y wi thstood every other temptation to _it pony " may be, and often is, overcome by its universal practice about him. Whenever the number of those who practice this evil _exCeedl s the despised few its practice beconies contagious and this is the time of danger for the strong. It is the time for them to set a price upon their honor greater than a ‘‘mess of potage ’’ andi to vindlicat...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

this loss of interest. With our limited advantages for carry ing on a regulated system of athletics , the number of those who take part in out-door games is too _~ mall to permit of three separate associations , viz : Athletic , Tennis and Base Ball. Althoug h all three have existed!, they were founded upon weak footing ~ fldl did! not receive the necessary support from the body of students. To see eve iy branch of athletics receive the proper attention andi support is uncloubtedly the wish of every _stud ent. To do this will require (first) that the three hitherto separate and distinct or• ganization s be merged into one and called the Athletic Association of P. S. C.; (second) that this Association have three sub-divisions , viz : Base Ball , Tennis and field sports proper. This seems to be the onl y means by which a general system of sports can be maintained. And it is onl y in this way that a general interest can be awakened amon g the _stud ents , for there are few indeed who w...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

D USA () hallowed ti uie _I () sacred _Iioii _I _I Bud of the night _1 _iii duiy the flower; Thy piesdnco steals _u s from to-day And _m akes cm eaten seem fat away. or. Tlmd sunset’s glory slowly _fludes, Oi blonds its beauty with the shades Tihe dusk of eve steals _cii _i_(pac’o _Aiut _l _. to its ellalnu lends it _BO ~ V grace. _III_. Bewitching _lmotim , prelude of night, _‘J’i_, love ’ s young di’oiiui a sure delight I Thy quiet shadow like a veil Ohscures the _lu ll _ami d _hid es tile dale. _lv_, 1V lien over all , _I by _nm _ii tie falls _‘‘i’is tlmeum that _im atui’e _muios t _appalls , _Jmusp _i _ii _iig _zevoicui tm _iul awe , _~ l’hat _m akes us own gu’oat _umature ’ s _laW _~ 1 ~ is then that _th oughts _wh ich rise within Beenhi t _h e _bu g past ih _lm_,_l ght Imuive _bceii ‘And bring time other days of yore. Back to our puescuit life once mome, _VI_, how often at t h y sln’iuue _h its kn elt TIme _lovc r who has passion felt To pour fouth to _soimi e trusting _maid T...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

such a plan as the onl y one which will allow all branches of athletics to receive equal support and attention and develop them sufficientl y to en abl e u s to com pete with our sister colleges.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

A FENDING QUESTION Society and eng _in eer ing are correl ative terms ; as the former has developed from the simple conditio n s of pastoral throug h the several civilizat ions of the East to the ’ present one of Europe and America , with all its wonderful complexity, great range and increasing activity, so has the science and practice of eng ineering developed from rude and emp irical pract ice to achi evements limited onl y by the possibilities of applied science , and the demands çf human society. It has established lines of communication between the markets of the world , in Spite of nature ’s stoutest opposition , invented processes for reducing nature ’s crtide materials and desi gning them into forms that unite beauty with strength , precision and delicacy with stability , and stability with boldness of construction , not long since considered chitherical ; the scientific app lication of sanitary _laws, that has made the modern home possible , and the growth of certain commun...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

ity in the management of the road , amid in which Jay Gould was prom _ii im _ent . Branch lines were either bumlt or pimrchased at very low figures by the dim’ectors , and then sold to the conipammy at enornidusl y inflated ones. Under the stimulus of the Thurman Act , a boJ y of leg itimate stockholders arose , people who invested their momiey in Pacific Railway stock , because it offered a good return , but the Act was powerless to protect them against this last species of theft ; they suffered , amid thus another element was added to complicate what had , alread y become a vexed question. In _i88o , or soon after , Jay Gould withdrew. Last year the Government made another attempt amid appointed the Pacific Railways Commission , which was to investi gate amid report on the actual condi tion of the roads and suggest wli ~t it is best to do. Its report has recentl y been submitted. For the present i)_tlr _pose , the situatiom _i miiy be sumniarized thus ril e Government h as been sw...

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

mark of the most heinous crimes. The pohitician amid demagogue oftemi obtain applatmse at the expense of _homiesty. The laurels that crown the head of the warrior amid comiqueror are often stained with the blood of the iminocent , and bedewed with the team’s of widows and orphans. Such s bear onl y t _h e of _~ ucn persons near on my t _h e name ot greatness —a miame that does not long survive their short lives. It is oii e thing to be called great , and another to be great. It is easy to gain the app lause of th ose whose estimation is of little value; and who are al ways read y to immortalize a would-be-hero , who has accomplished something of note , in some of Ihe various fields of human action , however incotisistem it his for miier life may have been. _Bmm t it is quite a difficult thing to obtain a character that knows mio blemish , amid a reputation that sue—ceeding generations shall poiii t to as a model of virtue ami d purity. That is the true greatness which shall live in ...

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

LOCALS ‘h _ue t_._euiti _ls _(_300 its uti sot ’t , _I_’_. _iciosio _t _wI ~i m _i i ~ ~ _l _iii ’_s _dn m’t , _Boycot _t _tIt ~ _lI_(_3 ~ t iC _eioic ~ -b _oiie ~ _III it , _‘_1_’ _) _toI _l _ltd t _h e _,‘mct-h_,n _01 t _h e _sia t i Bitt _c _citt tug _13 th itl y oi _l _t mio so _itt _icet _‘l’hte ooiii’t- _Iiotcl ~ _iitoi noi’ios _th at _cmi_, _ithis t _Aiti m 8(_itoitO Iy _vto ~ ’tit g t _h e g _un s it _whtiott tltuiy _iii Itoh hi lts ‘_Ms not so _c it _suuo mt tictit-ti to tie. —Sn ow. —Sun shine, —Mudd y walks. —Robin ’s music. - —Spring _I Spring ! Spring _I _— ‘ ~ _Vunte d , a subject , junior comite ’ sta _mits. __ ‘flie bicycle club wi ll soon reorganize. —-Tire M. E. Sun day school has _en ro _ll cd 148 scho lars. _— ~ _Sect mre youm’ seats in advance for t h e recital amid avoid the rush . ——The juniors comitem l)late having ‘a banquet in the near future , —Lieutenant :—Inspectio ii arms. New cadet—By ji n g, I forgot my cuffs. — ioo per cemit. is the maximum and .50 p...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

—The coming term promiiises to be one ot’ mmnusual activity. Each student seems to have recognized the fact that satisfaction with self is the only guaraiitee to success. —J. G. Mitc hell , State Col lege ’s base-ba ll l)_itciief , w ill l)itc h fur the Port _hand ,(_Maimie) team the com ing season. Mitchell is rap idl y coming to the fromit as an _expert .. player. —J.C. _Hicknian ,class ‘88, is prostrated with a severe attack of bronchitis , having been confined to his ,bed for almost three weeks. His many friends hope for his speedy recovery. The following ju niors have been elected by their class as th e contestam its for the junior oratorical prize Weller , Roop, Patterson , J . 1). _Hum iter , Morris , Hawk amid J. P. Jackson, — Preceptress. " Yotmmig gentlemen , if you were to ca ll on the yotmng ladies you wotml d not sit on t ivo legs of yotmr ,chair as you now are. " Brown ,in a su ppressed tone , "No , we sit on the sofa. " —The following are the newl y elected officers o...

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

—The Academy of Harmony has been remodeled and renovated under the . supervision of Messrs. Allen ami d _Sniiley. . —The Sophomore class very suddemi ly amid tmn ~ expected l y gave mmii tli e ~ miotio _mi of takimi g the _d iem istry amid ph ysics course. - —Joseph W. Reeves , brot her of Prof. C. F. Reeves , amid member of class ‘84, is taki mig a post grad uate course in electrotecnics. —$300 _fri cash prizes , t h e gift of Captain Roberts , ~ vmll be _d istribute _d among the cadets the com ing terni for excellency in tactics . —‘r _u e m_’mew cata logmmes of ‘87- ’88 ’ are out. ’ Sev-‘era l important chamiges have beemi _mit ade imi the civil amid mechanical en g imieeri mig de partnie nts. —Sevemi in vita _h iomis to the lecttmre _I ‘‘Nettie , _I am sorel y puzzled for whom I shall decide; wh y, my hea rt is jtmst going pit for Pat all the time. ’’ —The comitract for buil d ing the new Assemiibl y Hall has been closed , aim d its erection will _P_" ~ cede that of all other bu...

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

three successive weekl y meetings of _~ ast term was well attended. _Mami y fine ami d brilliant nom inat • imig _speech es were made plac ing before the con vention the strongest men in the field. In the 7th and 8th amid 9th ba ll ots th e fi ght lay bet ween Joseph Hawley amid John Sher _mnami , The 9t h ballot proved the Sherman men the victor s , wit h the small majority of _3. The 9th ballot was as follow ; Joseph R. Hawle y 22 , Johm i _Sherniami 25. His election was then made _tmnan _imnom ms , after which Ch auncy M. Depew of N ~ w York was nominated fom’ the vice presidemicy. The convemition adjourned SThe die. —Prof. S. _1_’. Ford , elocutionist of NeW York , will give a choice selection of recitals , readings , amid i miipersonations _iii the college chapel April 20,- Prof. Ford will coni c under the auspices of Tna FREE LANCE. His wide reputation _shommld insure the presem ice of every one who enjoys somethimig rare in this him’me. We cli p the following from the many te...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

fine to _wh ich a failure to write would make tms eli gible , we undertake t h e comp ilation of _otm ~ first ci_, ’ctmlar letter to the mnemhers of the C. I . C. P. A. The fim’st local event of _ami y importance _~ vhi ich occtmm ’re d this year was the opemi ing of our gyt _1i n _~ _siimti i on Jan. 6. Its init _i ati o mi _cereniohiies were evidentl y appr opr _;_ahe , . _coh _isisti ng of gymna s tic exercises amid an elegant banquet at wh ich twoh undred guests were pr *ent. This _bmmi _ldhi mig was erected in 1884 at a cost of abotmt ten thou _samid dollars , but remained a mere shell until last year _whi emi Mr. W. C. Allison of Philadel phia um ider . took its equi _pmemit_. He h as filled it with the best apparatus which could be procured , imichud - ing almost every kmio wmi gymnastic app _hia nce ,_fronm _I mid ian club s amid _dl _tmmii b beh Is to _I h ree bow fi _ng alleys , bath -m’oomii ~ amid a _rum i n _in g t ma ck . A pro—fe _~ sor of ph ysical cultu re has al ~ ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

The Dc Pau ~ v contest has been compromised. The University will receive over a ‘mih liom _i of do llars. _- _1mm a prize debate at Princeton , imi wh-tichi all th e classes were represe n ted , a freshman won the Pt’ize. The faculty at Yale are attem _iiptimi g to put a sto p to cane rtmshes by bribing the Freshman wit h a holiday. Yale ~ is considering the subject of sending th eir boat crew to Emig lamid to row with _Oxford and Cambridge. One of t _h e editor _s of the D _~ rr_/_nthu tIi has in pm’ocess of imnmu ediate _ptmbh ication a vclumme of his college ~~ ems. - Ex-President White , of Cormie ll , has been chosen to succeed Dr. Asa Gray as regent tIme Smithisoniam _i Institute. The Remi s.sehlaer Pol ytech nic In stittmte at Troy, N. Y ,, was founded in 3824 amid h as _755 gradtmates living. _‘l’hie ri ght -to publish the programme of th e _Imiterco lleg iate athletic association was sold to a New York firm for $525. - The yearl y boat race between Camiibm’idge and Oxford t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

the first , The gm’eater part of the _Wh y amii I a Democrat ? cotmld be mnore appropriatel y titled , Wh y am I not a Rep _ub _h ica mm ? l3otli are very goodh . This is tim e kimid of questiomis with which we like to see college studemit s deal. ———The D ar/mou/h comitai n s an interesting letter fr omii Heide lberg Unive m sity. It g ives a good descri ptiomi of the character of the Germiiami stmmde nts amid g ives the fo ll o ~ v imig exp lanatiom _i for their qimeer amid barbarous custoni cf sword duehhing. An American studemi t can h ardl y _tmnder - stand wh y th is form of anitmseniemit shoimld take th e place of eve ry oth er. For they have mio at h letics , imi our sense of tim e term. Btmt it is ‘‘arm old custom ,’’ and has its, roots i mi part ,I believe i mi the military spirit which is so strom _u g in German y. _‘ _I asked a good _miiatro _n wh y th e h)aremit s allowed it. Sh e rep l ied th at they thoug h t it fostem’ed mamihiness of ch aracter , a mid after a year ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

LANCELE _2’S FAREWELL ODE TO ANALYTICS. [iIir— "Shioo , fl y, don ’t bothem ’ nie. ’’ On _lMv _id_’ _s lof ty _mno un t _aimm , We _m y omit ’ burden down. We ’ve borne th ee o ’ er t _h e cmimpns Amid thm ’oug _homi t _oumm ’ college towm _u . Omim’ tears are _mnt mlt _itumcl ino n s Ommr si ghs _mmmc deep mimud long Fom’ umow the ti _m imo _h its comne flim’ us To sing our _pmmm ’timmg song. _Cimomius , A _n nut , fnm’ewel _I to thee A mm _mi _mi , f’_ui me eel I to thee _Amo_,_a , _fmum_’ ewe ll to thee Amid mu mm y you slum mu ber pemiceftml ly. We ’ ve _6 l In we ~ _th ee imp science _Ii ill ‘l’hi m’omm g h _mmmc mi y a. _wemmm ’y year _Wi tii _Ii _mue ~ timid comi I ~ secti _omis ‘I’hi _eu _limi ~ t Ill led our soumls with _femim_’ Am id nim _im iy _Imm _uu ’e humid to crib _Tliumi g h cmi bbi mug nitty be _wromig, _l_3_um m_,ow we misc thmo _CI ~ 1) _1,,) _,,iom’e W tulle we si mg _0mm m’ _pmmm ’ti mmg _smug. _Cmmom _uus. It novel’ imsed to _scemmi Th y _dumt ie s e el’ would...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

_- ]BJEz PiIM.JL — _~ ;_Y _‘rmIE—CE:LEI 3RATED :ELOC UTIONIST , PROFI SI T_1 FORD _- OF N ItW YORK , o— Ir ~ THE CHAPEL—o OF _ThiS PENN’A. STATE COLLEGE FRIDAY EVEMN , trR _1L. 20, 1888 ADMISSION - - - - _aSh _CISNTS _RESEItVEI) SEATS, - ~~ up - 50 CENTS, ~ ~ ~

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

_NORT ~~ mmcpm momio _lii NO IS NORTIJ _ALl _l’emcpmmomio in stole,

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

WI- L. FOSTER State College and Lemont , Pa., DEALER iN . DRY *.GOODS _GROCERIES. _ai_’ a e, Ta 1e au _. Pocket Cllt1_ei DRUGS , MEDICINES , PAINTS , OILS , Dried Fruit s mid Garde n Seeds. —FLOUR AND FEED. — Ch oice Goods at Moderate : Prices. - POWERS’ S HOE± O OIOI STORE _Leads _in L_,udica’ _a_,u.1 atoms ’ Flue Hau ~ au~ ~ iachiuo Made Slioe _~ , HE LLE1 ’ONT E, _Ft . A. J _. ORNDW LF t _to _m,,, S,myder ’_s _~ ‘_torc , 8_tut _~ , _(‘_oilcg _t, _i _’ _s_,, _(iukt _Vu i j i g _mm _m_,_mmeetnl t_._y_, FOR FINE DRUGS MEDICINES —AND—TOILET ARTICLES —GO TO— Baynrd ’s IN. Ward Drug Store _limiv tmi _I _o o Finest LImie of Fancy Goods in Bellefonte. WALTER _’ W. _‘BAYARD , _NORT ~~ LE O UENY ST., mmcpm momio _lii - _JimiLLmiFOsTE , PA NO IS NORTIJ _ALl emcpmmomio in stole, H~ ~ ~ ~ ~ _i _l

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1888

STA TE COLLEGE , PENNA A _[_u_/_I _I_/_lie of SUI_7’INGS _’ ~ a_,,d TR 0 (ISE RINGS _tmu t ime _Lmmte ~ t Spring _ummc t _Sit _nuine ’m’ _Stiles, _Only _juice _,,_‘_imern ‘ nil i _smmtm _sfmmet _ion emma be _imuW _iuu Mu m itamy _U_, ifot’_,_ia , _Au_.a-Wooa PANTS , _$5 00. - - SuiTs , $18 00 ‘l’-s_—’-zNllOO M _IN TIlE _FOS _TI_!_Jt UUII i_1_IN_(_t - M. D. SNYDER DEALER fl Dry Goods, Groceries, Not ions, BOOTS, SHOES, HA TS, CAPS, PLO t7 _R PEED STATE COLL EGE , PA. ~ _~ _~~~~~ ~ ~

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