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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1887
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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1887
_1 ST A B L _IMUEIa 1815 RORSTMANN BROS ’& CO _’, _~~ : ana _! Cherry _Streets , " ~ _- _‘ ‘PHILAI EI_,I’I-LIA, Gyllasium and : _Boa_1ing ~- Goods. Fencing Foils, S-words, Gloves, Gauntlels, _~ (asks, S/_goes, Jackets and J3oxing Gloves • _1_Joa_/_in ~ _.Ti_’ osieiy of ’ all kinds, _Sh _in s, Pa_,_its_, JJ _~ .re and _Cajs - Polo, Fooz- _13_a_11 and _Byciclej _~ ’i’seys. _~~~ ._Sond for _III _nsti ~ at ed _Catal oglI " , _•
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1887
TYPE W-F iTER ADVICE 20 PARENTS: _"_1 advise pavonts to _bav ~ _all _thoir ’ gtrls and boys taught _short -h and writing and typ o-wilting. A short-hand wr it tnr w ho oats typo-Wi _’ _~ i_,_eds _i ~ own notes wou ld ho Safes’ _(torn povol’ty titan a Gre ek scholar, " — Charles Iten do on "The _Cornlng _Man_."_• _~ , ‘ ~~~~ Wi’ite for new Illu _Str at _ed pamphlet. , ~ - ~ _VYC KO _P _~ O , _SItAM_._% NN & _IIE NEDI _CI_’ , _854 Chest nut St. (Continental H otel), PHILADELI’ØIA, PA,
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1887
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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1887
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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1887
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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1887
Void. i. STATE COLLEGE, PA., MAY , _1887. No. 2. Entered at State coltege _l’_ost Qfllcc ao _~ eeond ctaao _matter. THE hurried manner which we were obli ged to pursue in publishing the last issue accounts for the prevalence of its typographical errors. Hoping our friends will excuse its deficiency in this respect, we shall take more precaution in the future. U 7ILL the Alumni and other _friend s V ~ send in their subscri ptions ? They ought to. We cannot run a paper with a free subscri ption list , if it is the "FJ ~_EE " LANCE. ALATE act of the Legislature , providing for the organization , discipline and regulation of the National Guard , contains a section affecting the graduate of military institutions , who, having taken the four years course and been at least six months a captain in the military organization , may receive the commission of Brevet Second Lieutenant ; provided he applies within one year after _grad uation _and stands the requisite physical examination. This off...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1887
of a new element on our list than to the ex it of the old . We venture to remark that the scope of treatment will bear considerable enlargement before some of our homiletic dispensers will experience the dangers of novelty. THE general tone of the rhetorical exercises is not what it ough t to be. The order has been poor , the audience inatt, ent ivean d the ten dency to hesitate on the rostrum is on the increase. No part of the college curriculum should receive closer attention than these publ ic performances , si nce no part is so effective in securing to the stu dent what he most needs—ease and confidence in facing those with whom it will be his lot to _d eal. Above all , one should know the selection thoroug hl y before he attempt s to speak it publicl y. There is no excuse whatever for a lack ~ t this point. Can the student not realize that the strain of interrupt ing silence is e_’ _~ ’en greater u pon his audience than u pon himself? According ly this fault partakes somewhat o...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1887
cdl to Agriculture and the Mechanic A rts," and thus acquiring a "_ho oral and p ractical education" as a basis to the " several pursuits and professions of life. " We rejoice that our merits _and demerits (insufficient means) have been inquired into , and that at last a bod y of the representative intelli gence of this great State has passedl a favorable judi gment upon us. _‘ ~ HE comparativel y few hours during which our library’ is open each day is a source of much inconvenience. Of all places which should be open from mornin g till ni ght , college libraries are among the most important. Students and professors are ever and anon ohli gedl to have recourse to books other than those which they have in their own libraries. The college ‘library is su pposed to . providle the need ed books; l)Ut unless it is open throug hout the clay, so that the books will be accessible when need ed , it will fall short of doing the best service ’ possible for all _interested . We call attention to...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1887
changes, energy may be liberated and applied to producing the motions of other portions of matter required in doing work. From the earliest times , and in the rudest conditions , men have used the liberated energy of chang ing molar systems to do their work ; and centuries of slow expe rience had led to considerable skill in using ~ t, before scientiflc knowled ge conferred the power of most efficient utilization. Along with this was used , in totai ignorance of its source and laws , the energy of chang ing molecular systems in animal mechanisms. And as earl y, certainl y, as 130 B. C., the energy of these began to be used independentl y of living organisms , as in the coli pile and other machines of Hiero of Alexandria , Yet , more than ei ghteen centuries passed before such use was made to reall y contrib - ute to the world’ s work , in Savary ’s apparat us, _16 9 8, ‘‘fo r raising water and occasioning motion to all kinds of mill work by the impellent force of fire. " It took the...
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1887
valueless all steam machiner y and special plant for its manufacture , and will he the crown and comp lement of th&discovery of induced currents , and the invention of the electro -magnetic telegraph , the telephone , an d t he d ynamo , that h ave si gnalized the earl y and middle parts of this cciitury . This discovery will come before the nineteenth century closes. Results alread y obtained and experimental researches in progress at the prese nt time point to this with certainty. A man with some scientific ability, with the resources of some of our best equi pped institutions at his ser v ice, an d fi ve years to devote to i t , should be willing to put himself under bonds to make it before the expiration of that period. A TALK WITH THE STUDENT. In the pursuit of a college course , the st udent is atte n ded by danger. So obviousl y hurtful are t he effects of college life upon some _persoi s, th at it may he justl y questioned whether the taking of a coll ege cou rse of ...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1887
lation of things. By the slow and patient process of thoug ht he connects—he binds together the elements of knowledge. Dove-tail ing everything as he goes, he has in the end a systematic array of ideas which go to make up what we call ‘_ril E MAN. By a careful , culling, _d iscriminating process nature assimilates from her vast surroundings the scattered elements , on e by one , arrang ing them into varied and beautiful compound forms. Just so is the correct process of thinking in man . The conclusion of the whole matter is that the student should learn to think and reason himself through difficulties. There is no removing the difficulty ; we must bore through it. He who fights it out on the line of indepe ndent thoug ht and independent action takes the onl y successful course. For FREE LANO E. FAR TISAN ACTIVITY. The question resp _~ cting the ri ght of public officers to take part in politics has been ag itating the public more or less for some time. Many contend that , since publ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1887
the cabinet officers are kept too closel y _confined to thei r places of business to obtain the views of the outside world , and hence rIo not get near the amount of informatio n they shoul _d . _‘l’he great evil _d oes not lie in having too many statesmen , but in having too few. We have too many who take a greater pri _d e in know ing what Churchill , Boulanger and ]3ismarck are doing, than in the ph_: ~ se which politics in our own country is assuming. This should not be the case. We want public officers who know th e views of the people , and know how to express them when called upon. WhAT OTHERS THINK OF US. * ** * There could not be a more unmistakable indication of the new andl vi gorou s l ife that has been infuse d int o this institution than that which is furnishe _d by t he issue of the publicatio n notice _d above. —Beikf ~ m/e J ’Va/chman. It is a brig ht , newsy, little _magazine , brimming over with college vim and energy, and it is a true criterion of college l if e....
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1887
—Schaffer , the tailor , was required to buy elli pso id scissors in order to cut J im Mock’ s ne w military pants. —The Freshman artillery squad wore out three Pairs of lungs for Lieutenant Pague last Wednesday afternoon - -— ‘I’he entrances to the College _grou n _d s have just been improved by the addition of handsome self-opening gates. —‘rhe college team expects to have a game of ball with that of the University of Pennsy lvania soon after June 8th . —The Professor of Mechanic Arts does not al _augui l’nigbt fall into one peris h allow " Zach ’’ to bore augur might fall into one an dl perish. holes for fear he —‘I’he lawn-mower is again at work on the front campus , and its discordant sounds cause the ‘‘Fresh’’ to speak German fluentl y.’ —The Honorable _And rew rI _~_imn 1s will ed ify and amuse the Q. T. ‘V., in the near future , with his celebrated lecture ‘‘ From the Cradle to the Grave. " —A large nu mber of students attend the Mite Societies hel _d about the College , and...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1887
LOCALS. ‘lime time is _Imeal at h and ~ V hen the students mus t disband , And quickly h_[o to theIr vai’ontr_._l roost And time solitary bummer, Who has loafed around all _Stunme_,’, l _~ iust from tho campus take hIs _ammnmial boost. —Bottle has another spell. —The blubber drink is all the craze . —J ohnny _’s ice-cream takes the ca-boys. —Now is the time to subscribe for _Til e _Face LANCE. —Wh y is Prepdom like the fore-arm ? Because is has two J3o _lins in it . —The college lintels are like the hairs of one ’s head—they are numberedi . —Th e lad y students are al read y sporting the ir handsome summer costumes. —\Vanted : A little more imag ination in mici’oscop ic observations in botany. —-The moustached Sophs threaten to clisin — /ea/i-it tliei r less fortunate brethren. —The college orchestra has been improved by the addition of a new ~~ size bass viol. —Lieutenant and Mrs. Pague gave’ ~~ ’ ~ formal hop at their rooms , on Saturday evening_, A pri l 23. —One of the campus tr...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1887
laboratory, Chairman Rey bur n asked one of the students what he had in the tube. The student pron ~~ _tI y rep lie d that it ~ s’as ‘‘ i-so-mer ic-mOno_.tro n-aur -i-do—be n-z o -n ap-t _h ylam i-dles. ’’ The Senator si ghed heavil y antI remarked that it looked very much like it. —That brilliant youth from Boalsburg _opened his remarks , Wednesday evening, in chapel , with this famous interrogatory ‘‘Zn sein oder nic ht zu _scm _, das ist die Frage. ’’ Judging fro m his frequent building of air castles , his genial jocularity, his robust external appearance , the Duke inclines greatl y toward the affirmativ e side of the interrogatory ‘‘Zn sein. ’’ —Prof. Win . Hale Herr ick has translated , from the German , Classen ’s Works on "Quantitative Anal ysis by Electrol ysi s. ’’ The translatidn will he published by John Wiley & Sons , New Yoi’k , andl will be issued in about two weeks. The Professor ’s familiarity w-ith German and his extensive knowledge in laboratory practice ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1887
__I _~ 1 ~ tto of t h e Professors ’ ‘‘Clover Club : ‘‘ "_Wlmemi we hIve we live on chov em’, ~ ‘lien we die , we dIe all over. " — From the number of blossoms in the _orchat d we infe r that the fruit crop this year ~ ‘ill be unu suall y large. —The cadets expect to _sl)eild a few days in camp this term near Bellefonte with the Corn—mandant , Lieutenant Pague , in charge. —Evening parties in the College build ing have been declared out of order, What is the matter with having a ‘‘ merry go around’’ on the campus green ? —It is said that the great German composer , Hay den , was a tremendous _gormandizer. Other things being equal , what a wonde r ful composer "Bald y " would make. —Commandant (cluying batta li on i nspect i on ) ‘‘Mi- . Pile , do you intend to raise a beard ?‘‘ Mr. PI le , ‘‘Yes sir. ’’ Lieutenant , ‘‘Th en , sir , you must raise it out of ranks. ’ —The n u mber of bicycles is not so great as last year . r1 ~l_)e reason is that a tire lasts for that a cou ple of r i...