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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1888
fest an indifference toward them for they are the life of the campai gn , _and the campaign is the preparation of men ’s min ds ‘ for a wise and ju _d icious choice of ruler. Consider the matter , for it is onl y by our own stud y of political questions that we ever _stand in d ependent.
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1888
the _m Spain and Ital y they, the Troub _adours , were t houg ht a bri _lhiii_,nt ornament to society princes and scheming maidens were 1_) _~ ’otldi of their praise and their service of gallantry, or dreaded the biting railery of their satiric music while on the other hand , the majority of the _‘rrotlbadours gladl y attached themselves to the court of a powerful prince or noble. Troubadours came from every rank and stage of feudal society, and as their habits and experiences greatl y varied , so varies the character of their songs. ‘rhe long list of Troubadours beg ins with Gull-1cm , the Ninth Count of Poitiers , the first of whom we have any knowledge and whose verses exhibit partl y the popular ballad sty le an d partl y a more elaborate mode of poetic conception. His life and works appear to have been equall y immoral. In Provence particularl y the art of the Troubadour attained its acme of grace , of courtliness , of subtle and delicate ’ expression . The Troubadours of l’rov...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1888
called "Fort Sheridan ," was erected , inside of which a cannon was planted. The fort was held by Co."C ," while Cos. A, B and D marched to the front and rear of it , and dep loyed as skirmishers , and at the command of the Commandant moved slowl y, -firing all the time , on the fort , until within about fift y feet of it , when there was a charge ordered and the fort captured. The insta nce recalled to the old veterans presen t some pleasant as well as sad recollections. - Nature , having no kindness or hosp itality for us while camp ing a year ago, seemed anxious to repay us for her inurba n e treatment. This was the first experience in military camp life to many of us, while those who had the good fortune (?) of being present at last year ’s camp experienced quite a different time this year. The camp life was instructive , and was at the same time enjoyed by all of us, and while the hardships of active camp life were not experienced , yet we could imag ine to a great extent the t...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1888
Loh engrin on his fancy bug le with the blue cord , some on e sa id it was ‘‘taps" and that the li g h ts must go out. And so they did go out and the last thing we remember hearing as we ap_1)rOached dreamland was the silvery voice of Pewie Carneg ie calling out: "Num ber ~~ , twelve oclock , and dry as——— , ‘‘ and the weary soldier was at rest , SECOND DAY. I was awakened about six o’clock next m orning by Messrs. Jackson and Reed , who played a duet on their noise machines immediatel y , in front of my tent. For pure unadulterated racket this combination takes the cake. It is a l)ity to see so much noise going to waste , and since my return from camp I have been hav ing long talks with Prof. Davies , my object being to d iscover if l)Ossible, some means by which we would bottle the extra noise and sell it for Fourth of Jul y celebrat ions. I had just got the first hitch in my t rowsers when some one worked the growler string on the can n on and i n t h e concussi on t h at fo ll o...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1888
~~ HEF ~~ EE ot hei’s were constantl y getting flag and kaag mixed , and insisted on sing ing ‘‘ we’l l rall y round the kaag. " After the jo _hl ificat ion in camp was over _dilute a number of ns went , l)y special invitation , to a sociable which was held at the farm house, We enjoyed ourselves immensel y and when the party was over , we all went up to the toboggan sl _id e and had a race. I believe Birdie was the most _successfi4 tobogganist , with Little " 1)’’ a good second. Finall y, we turne d in and arose the next morning quite sad . TIlE LAST DAY. _- _- At half past ten we stai’tecl to break camp and all was bustle and work. ‘I’his time _I ‘was given an opportunity to work and succeeded so well that _I was reported for shirking duty. The cars were soon loaded and_- the cannon pealed out a parting salute to Camp McAllister , while Adam Courtri ght , who had been bi d ding the black-eyed girl good-b ye , came near getting left by the train. The red n ~sed battal i on arr i ve...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1888
44 _‘I t-HE FRE the same. _‘l’he boo m in Athletics has been hel ped a great dea l by the presence of a good t r ai ner . Commencement exercises wi il be helil on the ~ 9 th , Class Day on the _isth , The cl ass suppers will take place on the same evening, the _Senioi’ Pron ienadle concert on the evening of the _i _6th , and the society supp ers on the evening of the r 5th. ‘rhe staff of Vol . VII , of the Phamix, besides providing for the refu i’nishing of the sanctum , left ~ 92 to be awarded in pr izes for oratory to the Junior class for the next four years. Each year a $_r 5 gold and ~ iS silver medal _~ vil _I be _aw_:u’cied for the best efforts in public contest. President Mag ill has also offered five prizes of ~ ,o each fot the best orations in next year ’s Fresh - man and _Sophomo ~ e classes. 1)uring the Summer an addition will be macic to the Observato ry andi four houses wi ll be erectedi on the campus for the use of the professors . _lid_/itOh’ _(?f P/i_(vlllx_. LOCALS....
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1888
~ HE FRE E LANC E ~ . - 4_. — The scheme of purchasin g white helmets for drill during Commencement week is meetin g with much favor. — The Cresson Literary Society will give a banque _’ t on Wednesday evening, Ju n e ~~~~ , fro m 9:3 0 toii i". _10. — H. 1) . Miles was considered by the guard at camp as the best Ofticer of the day. Good H., we-know you were . _- _— The class of ‘ 91 has adopted a very neat cl ass pin. The design inclu d es the letters " 1’. S. C_. ~ ’ and ‘ _91. - — The black - eyed girl thought _" Luc y ‘‘ was just too sweet when he sang " I h ad a girl and her name was Isabeller, ’’ — Linsy says they raise pickels in Philadel phia _‘_J4 yard long. Gilkey thinks the story is abo u t 4 feet longer than the _pickels. — The _"Preps ’’ were ‘ raising Cain the other ni ght , but were disappointed i when a scion arose to 5th and shut off their gas. — The Washington Literary Society ’s reception d uring Commencement week will be one of the society events of the Spring te...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1888
_do ns :_—_-_— W. N. _11, Hawk ,— "Is Life worth Living ? ’’ John F. L. Morris , — ’’ Bi’eakers A _h ea _d _I_’ J. J) orsey Hunter ,— ‘‘ The Nation ’s i-lulwai’ks. ’’ C. G. Roop, — ‘‘The Desi iay of Labor. ’’ J. ~ Weller , — ’’ Alcohol in Politics. ’’ A. A. Patterson , — _‘‘ Arc We a Chri st ian Natio n ? — C. G_. Roop was elected by th e members of the V. M. C. A. as a delegate to represent them at the School of Bible Study _cond ucted by Mr . Mood y at Nort _hfi eld , Ccmn . We wish h im a pleasai t as well as a profitable time. — When ‘‘Pud ‘‘ was ump iring the game the other clay one of the Lewisburg boys objected to one of his decisions and expostulated with Captain Mock , thus :— ‘‘ Wh y do you let a kid like that umnire tI ~ e game ? He means all right l)ut he is too young and inexperience d . ’’ Well , t hat was a good one on ‘‘Pud , ’’ but ~ ust the same we would like to have sect-i the kicke,r t r y to box with that kid. Thei’e would have been a surpris _c _p_:trty in stor...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1888
‘88—Sa muel Cooper , of Uniontown , is superin .-te ndent of a stock far m at Tu rt l e Creek , n ear Pittsburgh , Pa, —Arthur Musser , an old student , formerl y employed b ~ the Keystone Bridge Company, of Pittsburgh , is clerking for J. M , Gusk y, of the same city. , ‘86— Harry . J. Patterson , assista nt chemist of tile Penns y lvania Experiment Station , at this place , has been appointed cilief chemist of the Maryland Experimental Station. ‘83—W. ~~~~ . Gray, atto rney-at-law of Beilefonte , delivered a _meu ~ or ial adidress at Pine Grove on l)ecoration day. Prof. Heston delivered an address the same day at Boalsburg. —Frank ~ tlld J. K. McFar ian e _, bot h for m er stud _lents ~ paidi us a visit during (lie first of this month. J. K. McFai’lane , \%‘_lid) residles in Belle—fon te , is a sttccessful hardware dealer. _‘89— Robt. Gibson , now a student at Washington and Jefferson College , earn ed off the first prize essay in the Junior contest . ‘‘Bob’’ also won distinction ...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1888
4 8 THE FR EE Arow n go in g in to busi ness andl W hitmer entering Lafayette College. The class continued tile next ~ ‘ear as Juniors with seven members . Near the close of the Junior year , I)ugald Jack-son and Miss Patterson dropped out for a rest before takitl g u pon themselves the _weig llt and r esponsibility of ‘‘Senior dignity, ’’ graduating w i t h the class of ‘8 5. In the fall of ‘8 3 we _enter ed upon our final year strong in sp irit and energy, but wea k in _numbers , with five names on the roll. Every—ii iilg passed on smoothl y to the _elld. The Se—nior vacation was very mucll exteilded for the class of ‘84 by a petition to tile faculty si gned by all tile members of tile class . ‘l’ile Senior vacatiQn began at the close of the graduation exercises atldl _coiltin ited _s_/_ne die. Mi ss Helen Jackson not having taken all the required studies of tile Senior year , comp leted 11cr course the next year andl grad uated with the class of ‘85. _‘l’hlis left four members to...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1888
THE FREE Cleveland president of their Eastern Alumnae Association . - It is said that several colleges are about to try the plan of giving a 1101 iday on Monday, ill ’ stead of Saturday. Twenty-elg llt Democrats andi five Repub’h icai ~ s illake ui ~ the Senior law class at the Missot _iri State University. Prof ~ Peabod y, of Harvard , says that the growth of athletics has tended to impr ove tile general tone of the college. The University of Pennsy lvania is being pretty generall y and severel y criticised fot’ _11_cr ~ reatnlent of visiting ba il teams, Ninety-two of Yale ’s graduates have become college _presid ents , the l)_residei_) t of l’en nsy l vai ~ ia State College being one of the number , Dr. Sargent , of _Flarvard, has offered a prize to the college n-ian whose form is nearest perfect ph ysical symmetry after two years ’ training. Of tile graduates of Yale , two hundred and th ree have been named Smitil , one _llutl dred aild eig ht Williams , one Ilundred - and three...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1888
50 THE FREE LANCE — Tile _Swar_// _inwr e Pha ’nix is a mo _d el college periodical. It is usuall y filled full ofa livel y college sp irit Wilicil makes it deli ghtfu l reading. Everything in the paper seems to relate to colleges and! to Swarthmore College in partic _ti lar . It has sufficient literary character to give it di gnity ,y et is not burdi enedi with any ponderous article s , whi ch is the principal fault of many of out excllan ges. - — We learn from tile _Un_/_ve_, ~ c_/_. _~ , _j_. cynic that its editors are hei’erfter to be elected by the bodl y d)f students insteadl of cilosen from tile fraternities. We agree with y’oti _ii_) thi _l lking tile plan a wise one and ilope your paper will receive support eXl)ected _l from this change. In your article , ‘‘ Should _thc Navy be enlarged , ’‘ we think you place a little too much confidencein ‘‘Yankee _iilgetitiit_) ’ . ’’ Yankee ingenuity couldl _110t l)reve ilt tile cal)ture of _mr sea — board cities in case of war unless i...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
I. %- _- _.. _& _~~~ . ~ _Octoberj 888. CONTE ~ NTS. ~~~ PA _GO _1_)_7 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Editorials . _I _8_( ~ j _~ ; _~~~ / A Funny World is this, . 58 Fraternity, A Caste _in College, 58 Our Presidential Elections , . Locals,., ... Cremutlo a Prepis ab _Cln ~ e ‘pa, _( ~ Personals 67 4 Letter Box , . . _. _68 College Orbit, . . . _69 Fxchanges 70 !J ho _______ A. H. _C_4_L _~ II A CO., _PRO_, _40 _4 40 _R_, _OEV ~~ NTR _01 ~ , _PHuI_.A _C ~~ L _PHIA.
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
Accident Insurance is Good ; Life and Accident Insurance is Better A 6 per cept . ENDOWMENT BOND that combines PROTECTION in case of death from any cause, with an ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY FOR ONE’S OLD AGE , and guarantees should death occur within twenty _— five years to pay the face of the Bond WITH MORE THAN ALL THE INSTALMENTS PAID FOR ITS PURCHASE—that sort of contract is Oj ~ //m _, ~ s. Send address _~ nd age to the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company; 926 Chestnut St., Philadelphia , Pa. HENRY _V. _RUOW _N , Sec_’y and Tre es. JES SE J _. BARKER , Aetu _ery.
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
TRE LARGE . Milalo Publishing OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston have among their 2000 books of their own publIcation, those suited to every musical want, of muslo teachers and pupIls, _06 professional and amateur pinyers on all _ln ~ truments (they b ~ _ve also the lnsttuments Ofl Sale) organists, choirs _congregations , Sunday and day _sohools, eoliege and social singing circles, _m usical _~ coiet_1_es etc. On theIr miles of shelving they have at all times a million or snore Pieces of sheet music , all assorted , oatalogued and ea _~ lly found. Orders received in the _mnornin are attended to promptly, so that music is on its way, by _mu or express by set of sun. Ba sure that all the music you _will ever need is tu be found in this greatest of _establislmuments_. College Song., 50 cents. G. H. Waite, (with assistance) _in a condensed book of college and popular songs seems to be the best popular collection of merry songs asia has a very large sale. Carmnina _(_Jolle _gensla _, $3...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
LEADING MANUFACTU _I_(ER S Oh , E N , M BASE BALL, LA WN TENNI S, GYMNASIUM J ~~~~~~~~ M 0 0 .R.. E ,• _, 9 18, 920 , 922 CllEs’rNu ’r S_1’i ~ EE’r , ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~ _I ~ j PHIl ._ADEI_.._I ’HLA. BE1 T _._E F() N ’I’E. PA. N _~~~ ’ ~V , _‘T ~~~ _4 ~ ~~ND + G ~~ N ~~R_1 ~ L + SPO RTINO + GQODS.’K_’ Our New Salt Water Bat is _stronger , li ghter , has snore driving power ann ~ ‘_ili /qs/ lancer ( hams any Inst ever put on the market. As time supp ly is _hinmite d , you had i)etter send in your orders earl y, rice $12.00 per Dozen. Cat alogues _m ailed free, • _,,,, ~ _flw ,,, S A_J ~ ~~ _LI _~~~ _1 • • h accurate JACOB REED’S SONS , the oldest Mi litary ‘J_’ailoring House in the _cou ntry, i nv i tes th e atte n—t ion of the students of the Pennsy lva nia State College to the FACILI’I’IES _. WHICH _‘I’HEV _AI_..ONE J)OSseSs for furnishing the Regulation College Uniform in PERFECTION OF Fl _‘_I_’, and with accurate attention to every detail. DENNISON MANUFACTURING Co. Tags and Tickets...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
AUflIAMMER & EVANS., Hatter8 _z ~ and men’s Furnishers NO. 6108 PENN AVENUE , E ~ E_., _(_Mos ’oiisnd ’ ~ Block), _Pu TS BURGH, PA Hats, Caps G8_llhlemell ’ s Fllriiishilig Gau s Also Merchant Tailoring in all its Branches. _II _issues ’ _Illocic _md MO NTGOI’_4 ERY & CO,, _ii _rcmcicerim oli _h o _w , BEL_,LEFONTE , PA. LeRUE LEMEB ., _PJ _OTOGR i PH No. 206 Market Street, Harrisburg, Pa ~ ~ , ~ ~ ~ _~