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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
_t_?’it T . _t Vfl Tt t_\ _Tt 1 g_( 1 Il’_\V ’ Tr. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ _~~ ~ _~~ ~~ _~ CH~~ 9TNUT ST., COR. _FIFTE ENTH _, _I ilock from New l’ciiiis ylvan ia R niirnnd 1)cpot _, I-_’_14 _IT_. Ar_)_1 ~ T ~ _PHi_,_A _. J. & G. R_. GRUMP. RATE PER DAY, $3_.
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
REM INGTON STANDARD TYPE -WRITER ADVICE TO PARENTS . _"_I advise parents to have all their girls amId boys taught short-Imand writ ing and type-writing. A short-hand ~ miter who cats type -write his own miotes would be safer from poverty _(bass a Greek scholar. " Charles keade on The Coming Mai’, " •_ Weds _,_l _~~ ’ _Nêu ’ _Illu steeled Catalogu e. WYCKOFF, SEAMANS & BENEDICT, NO. 534 CH STN T ST_.. _(_OOPPL _’ ’AI_. _JU _rs ’EL _,) P H _ILAI_) _ELi ’1-i IA FOWERS SHOE ~ Leads _Its Ladies’ and _Mea _l FINE HAND AND MACHINE SHOES DEL LEFO NT E, PA. ~~ ~~ _sNtCNs
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
GILLor7 ~ ‘PcnE . GOLD MEDAL , PARIS , 1878 1118 Celebrated _Ntmnsb rs, 303-404 - _I 70-604-332 anti _hi_. oflner _style_._s nmay be had ~~ _all dealers throughout the _world. Joseph Gillott Sons, _New York _‘+ _‘ P 7 ~ TTERNS FINE—.+. PAPER HANGINGS J. MILLER & ~~43 Smithfield Street PITTSBURGH , PA. ~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ , ~~~ o Ie ~~
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
& I _~ .T_. Anthony & Co _l _lts nufacturcrs msnd _Importer, of PHOTOGRAP HIC ~ INSTRUMENTS Apparatus and Supplies 591 Broadway, N. Y_. Sole proprietors of the j _°atent Satchel _Detec_. _tive, _Selisnid Detective, _Fairy, Novel, agad Bicycle Cameras , muid _._oh egente f or the Celebr ated Daflmeyea’ _Leitses_. Amemateur Outfit. _hi great variety from $9.00 U_)_. i’ ward. Send fer C ~ _taio _~ ue _os call and examine. _~~~~ f _if _or ~ Moo _n For_/ _,y Year. Established _, _~ u _I_/us _lass — _ij _u_:_i,sm. ~~ ~ ~
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
_l _~ s’s_’ _~ _ttti_. t _str t _~ t_, 1815 HORSTMANN BROS_, & CO Fl fth and Cherry Streets , Phi ladel ph _Ia Fencing Foils, _QYMNAsIU M $ Swords, _Sieves, _lIsuntlcis_, _Iliski_, Shoes, Jacke _ts Boxi ng _Stoves. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Boating Hosiery of all kind s. Shirts, Pant _s, Hose and _egtpe_. Polo, Foot-Hall and Bicycle Jer seys, _~~ ‘Send for illustrated Catalogue,
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
Vot ,. 2. STATE COLLEGE , PA., OCTOBER , _i888. . No. 4. " FREE LANCE ’’ extends to him a welcome hand and appreciates the _ad _d ition to out’ social _surt -oundings. THE _FaEE LANCE regrets that one of its former _editors , J; H. Smiley, failed to retur n and assume his duties. Mr. Smiley ’s assistance was valuable , and the local department misses him. * TFT E impl’OVCtflCfltS commenced _ttl)Ofl the main building _d uring vacation , thoug h not yet completed , are a source of gratific ati on in what they promise. The trustees _evid entl y have full y decided to make the building more comfortable aij d _lnii ~ h niore beautiful , while the impi-ovement also give _~ s credit to the architect , Mi’. Olds. When all the buil _d ings _and 1-epail-ing now progressing are comp _leted , we will have a most imposing at-ray of beautiful buildings , gieatl y _extend ing out’ facil ities, But where is the elevator we expected to see and and use at the opening of this tet-m ? Every ~~~~~~ aske...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
THE FREE LANCE J’ _ulil/s/,ed _mo_,_l_/_1_,I _, j _dus ’eng t’hr’ ~ O_/_ltPg _~ , _yea _~ ’ f_)) ~ _//u’ &‘_, ~ d ~ ’n _/_s of 7 e J’r’n_,:._r_)_Flvou /a S_/_ui _, _’ coz/ ’e. S TA _F F: C UR’l’IN ( _~ : ROOP, ‘89. _AS_*_JCl _~ t t’E El tl’l’Ot( _S J ut t N H. _\\‘_io _._1 _._E _t ~ , ‘8 9. j _, 1)_, Hi Ni _NE , ‘89 I-I_, _R_, _LE_\’l)_NN,‘ 90. _I_. C. _I ’d. _Ei_,_1_._t_’ _~ _NIiNi _u;_En _, ‘9C _I_; _, \V. _l)t _~ l _~_iiN _u ,‘ 90. _‘_1’_, L. ~ _Gii _,_E t :v , ‘ 91. J_, 1" _itANK _Ssmt _tu_,_ij s , ‘ 91. _Bu si ness M _~ _iuiug _er _, \V_. H. _WALKt _~ R ,‘ 90. Ass_/_sf_, /_Jus/_,sess iWa,:aq ’er, _P. A. _I_3_tt \’AN ,‘ 90 ( One Volu,_ne (9 _i_,_uos_.) TERMS .’ ~ Single Cojh’s_..... _I _l ’_ai i _ublc Advance, (_ontr ’ibtttiotis of _m atter _an ~ othes’ information ate _ta _utitcstc d from all macthat’s and cx’mcmbei’s of the College. Ltict’iit’y _imiat tcf should be addressed to the Editor , Stihsci’iptions , amid all business communications should _I ~ a(l(li’CC SC(_l ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
T1-I E Business Manager of the FREE LANcE, Mr. Walker , has the thanks of the other nicmbei’s of the staff for the vi gorous efforts he has made to enlarge and beautify the papel’. THE chemistry _d epartment we think will be given its former position in the rank of coul-ses at this institution. _l’rof, Pondl , (Prof. 1-lerrick’s successor) comes well i’ecommended , and j u _d ging from his present activity, he is a man of push , _and ’ will fill that j osition itt ‘amanner second to none that ~ recede _’ d him. 1-I _c is well liked by _th e _stud ents which _sho_’ _~ t’s that they are intereste _d in their work. _‘l’he
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
a morality among outside students who are asked to join , and also among member s, which is far less than radical christianity. While we must encourage all efforts to abandon a life of recreancy for one of respectability, yet we dare not rob the faith of Christ of everything else than i’espectability, —it is a power , a life. 2. Let the members of the association tarry with one accord together until they be endued with power. If they don ’t believe in l)O ~ _Vel _, it is a cel’tain proof that they d on ’t believe in their own christian experience , and an honest heart will be a good soil for the spirit of Godi to work upon in them, 3. Notwithst anding the foregoing re quire—nients which will insure us an evangelical svot’k , we must have the active operation of all oui common sense methods heretofore employed. Let _chri stian ity go out in a hel ping hand , and a genial fellowshi p on the campus. We cx—hoi’t the V. M. C. A. to clothe itself in its own l)l’OPCl’ strong and shining ar...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
behin _d it as he delivers it; it is " The po\_vet of God! unto Salvation. " But he is _1o _~ verf _it l , and he is no less so among college students than othei’ classes among whom he has _moved . College students learn from him what potency there is in the two elements enthusiasm , and! entire devotion to a sing le aim. They may learn from him what it is to espouse a cause sufficientl y exalted! in one ’s own eyes to be allowed to ahsol’b one ’s self and appropriate him to its end . Mi’. Moo dy is beloved by the college boys , for one and all of whom he maui— fests the same _consid eration and sympath y, and gives the same indul gence and counsel. The cheers with which he is greeted! as the students arrive at Northfield , the cheet’s and cries of Moodl y ! Moodl y ! which arise as he watches the base—ball and other sports , the glad _atteilti _Ot_1 and Cal’llest i’esponses which he receives in the meetings , or whenever he _spe _~ _il ~ s_, The " God! be with you till we meet agai...
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
have dice!) foundled arguments in our favot’, _andl l)e open to conviction. We are aware that party as well as reli gious prejud! ices are inherent parts of our nature , thei’efore we should try hai’dci’ to avoidl them. It seems in general that the nearer a subject is related! to our wants the more liable to prejudice we arc on it. Take i’eli gion for examp le. As safe rules to be governed by we would give (i ) Consider _po1-itical discussion dlivested of all l)Olitical bias. (2) Vote _iii accold !ance with the teachings of discussion so treated !. A FUNNY WORLD IS THIS. Oh , this world is very funny, For no matter how touch money Man is earning lie will spend it , and be hard up all the time To his utmost he is _strainitig To catch up without attainit _ig, _‘l’ill he makes his life a burden when it should be bliss sublime 1-Ic who earns a thousimcl merel y, _‘I’hitiks two thousand dollars yearl y \Vould he j ust the ‘mtmerntion to make happiness complete But his income when it doub...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
cation , and! because they _tend , as no doubt they dlO , to create jealousies. They arc secret , that is , the majo m’ity, but _d oes not secrecy teach man j uc liciousness ? " Learn to brid lle th y tongue ,’ i’ea ds Scri pture , and l’ejoins Plut—arch , "If a man thinks it is a small matter to bridle his tongue , he is mistaken. " Secret societies give to one a degree of cautiousness that he could not othem’wise acquire ; then as such let us pm’esem’vc and foster them as health y and beneficial institutions. As to depriving the _stud ent of pm’eciotu s moments , the practical instm ’ucti on of association with congenial _pet’—sons far overbalances the moments said! to be lost, They are not lost , for the time a fraternity nian spend !s in his chapter hall enlarges his social _dlualitie _s and gives him a closet’ insi ght into the _mind !s of men than could! otherwise be acquired. I acknowled ge that the college fraternities create jealousies , but it is the jealousy that is met w...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
Now as to the f th’ness of the constitutional _nuetluod _l , It has happened that the President selectedl by the clectom’s of the dhiffercnt States m’eceivcd tlue support of the minority in the _popiul _;_tt ’ vote, without going into a minute account of this historicall y. The possibility of its occul’m’ing may be illustrated clearl y by taking two States as examp les. For instance , tile last Republican plurality in the popular vote for Pm’csidcnt in Pennsy lvania was 81 ,019. The numbem’ of presid lelitial votes thus sccuredl was _t_/_i_//_iy, that being all Pennsy _lvauu ia is entitled to _h ave, Imu New’ York the same year tile Democi’atic nuajo r ity , ~~~~~~ vote, was 1047, which small _maj om ’ity secimu’ed to the Democratic party the thirty-six electors to which New York is entitled _l_. Suppose now tlucsc had been the onl y States concerned in the election , the Dcmocu ’atic _pau ty would have nanu edi the Presi—dent by a majority of six votes in the electoma l college, bu...
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
LOCALS. Gm’apcs ! Grapes ! Grapes ! The " Rebel " fairl y worslui ps Jeff Davis. George Johnston ’s mustache is " waxed strong. "Buck " Reber has _rettmrne d to college "now _alread y, once again. " Class Ye!! of ‘ 91 : _RaIi ! Rah ! Rah ! _11i Yi _! Yun! Wahhoo ! Wahhoo! Nine—ty—one ! The Fresh nuan Yell: X! C! Wahhoo ! _I_! I ! I-Iclcboloo! X! C _I I! _II Nine-ty-two ! C_’ _aJ_’ _t_.—Gct step, Mr. Grund y. _Grniidy_.—I am in step with the nuan behind , Kaisem’," what became of the lad y you met on the tm’ain coming fm’om _Bcllefouute , on the evening of the Republican Mass Meeting? It is now Captains _l3cavem’, Patterson , Miles and! I-Iawk; and Lieimtenants Struble , Keller , 1—luntem’ , Blair , and Swank. Is it possible that pr omenadling is becoming an unp leasantness and a thing of the past on our bea _umtif uml avenues ? Such "things _oum glut not to be." Mr. Rebeu’ did the gallant act when the Botany Class wet-c collecting specimens. The Democratic students of th e college h...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
_d e nts , especiall y if th ey can _aff’orc! the pleasut ’c of wearing a stiff hat without getting the gable end stove in. _Qut itc a number of new li ghts fi gure in the arena. The cane—rush between the Sop hs. anti Freshies terminated in a dm’aw. The Freshman were not full y represented. Some of their number pu’efem’u-edl to stay in their rooms and be silent spectators ; otherwise the u’estmlt mi ght have been different. Bm’eneman came into the sanctum , and after reading the Ladies ’ column in a prominent magazine , picked! up a base-ball mask and asked !, " what ladlies ’ _bumst hc is this; they ’re making them stuongeu ’ than they used to , at-cu t they?’’ You all know " Lucy " was in I3cllcfonte _attend ing a Republican meeting. \Vell , while there he met a young lad y. While entertain—j u g her in his well—known fluue style , a gentle—nuan in passing along said! : "Ahi there Lumcy _I_" The young ladh y said to ‘ Lucy,’ " He is not speaking to _h ue is he , that ’s not my nam...
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
carried on to atuy great extent , but so far as exp lom’edh it is simp ly gm’andl . A shout dhe sCl’ip—tion of it may give you some idea of its natural _adornments , Its cntm-ance is not so peculiarl y stu’i king, hilt as soon as you have l)aid tile l’nice and gotten fairl y ilusidl e you come to a Pom id in which Tadlpolcs may be seen floati uug about. I-here a daiiuty little boat , muanied the I-I ildebrand , rowed by the fairies Roop and! Meek , lie waiting to take you over to a dismal _chamubem ’ in wh ich we find a Gh ost and! the petrified Bohuus of an ancient , Brown with age. I-let e is also foulud! a mound! uuanuecl Wieland , on account of its size _atuc! its shape being like thuat of an acorn. In a grotto on the ri ght is found the Blue Cap ou’ Crawfoi’cl , which looks like a man witlu grapes in his _hamu d. Passing thu-oug h a narrow passage we come imuto anothem’ _chuanibcr imu which I—Iem’m’ Most amudh Alexander the Great are try ing to make love to Lucy _th e Goddess. ...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
The Anmu ital Reception of thue _Y. M. C. A. on thue second Friday evctuit u ~ of tlue college year was ~ vchl attended and a d ecided success th roug hout. Miss I-b og, the musical dim’ectu’ess , remudered _ch oice selectioius of classical music. These receptions am’e always acconupamuied with pheas uite and profit to th e getucma l working of the Associatioj u. Much is due to tile excellent management of thue committee in charge. Thuc first base ball ganue of the season opened! otu Saturday tlue 22mudl _umlt ., between the _Fl emuuings of Bellefontc and the _1st College te _atil. J. G. Mitchell , forlulci-l y pitcher of thue College team but latel y of the New _Eng latudl League , twirle _d ’ thue ball fou the home teanu. _‘flue gauuuc thim’o _tmg ho umt was wholl y devoid of interest except for Mitchell’ s pitching. Score : ten to five in favom’ of the College . The Notes on Expem ’ituuenta _l I)_ynam ics by Pm’of . I. Tluom’ _uuto n _Osnionch , relieves luis class imu _1)_1 _~ t...
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1888
eclitom’ . It tiiade its first appe aratice on Novem—ben 20th , 1874, atud _cotutaimuec! a pt’ogramtiie of the Filteetith _Atutuivet ’sam’y of thue C. L. S. It also coiutaitued a well wt ’ittemu article omu " Menu—ory ,_" by omue of the professom ’s of the college. Amu article omu " Mati ’s _Itutl uetuce upon Mamu ,’’ by a stuthetut ; _auuot _hi er at-ti d e oti " Our Native Silk Wom’nu s," by Prof. _Wihh ianu A. _l_3uckhout , atud sevcu’al othem - articles of imutem’cst. _The ’ _luou _l _P ~ P ~ ’ througluo umt sluowec! a hive encu movemluetut among the studlents. ’getic If oltI Emug lam _ud , fromuu 11cm’ stolemu lamids _amud blood—staituec! lui _h l s and cod-f ish _pouids , looks otu _oum r sumumu y chimes _atu d fm’ee _shioi’es with as stolid a hook as Etug hat ud fm’omuu his lofty pet’ch itu the college vimueyam ’d. No w’ouuder the 1)cmocrats swell pu-otectiomu ’s m’amuks . Thucre ’s Etug lantl watching every ave uuume and lord of all we _suml ’vey, wh ile eveu’y tu _lothem "s...