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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1888

I’AI_!_I_,ISIII’lI_) 1815 HORSTMANN BROS. & CO Fifth anti Cherry Streets , Phi laclel phi a_. GYM _NPt SIU M Nword _s_, _(_doves. _(_launh _lets , Masks, _Sh _oes, J _nekcls _llOX ~ _llg _fiIov _Ce_. ~~~~ ~~~ _h osting _h osIer y of all kInd s, ShIr ts , Pants , _h ose anti Caps Polo, Foot._lislI and BIcycle Jer seys, _O _~ iP’Se _nd tar Illustrated _CittitlogIto ,

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1888

FOW ERS SHQ ~~ STpRE _I_._cu_,_lc _ia _1_._adieo _’ _ati ti _01_e _~ ’_a FINE HAND AND MACHI NE SHOES ~~ ELLE F ONT E , ~~ A_. ~

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1888

Vor . 2. STATE COLLEGE , PA _En_/cred _al _.S’/ _a/e _Co_// _~ , _’ _t _’ J ’_os_/ Ojice as sccond-class _ala// el’ , AN apology is perhaps clue our _read ers for the tard y appearance of our last issue. The delay was caused by the publishing ho use, anti was 110 fault of the stall. * T1—T E intermission in society work this term caused by the _cond ition of the buil _d ing has been rather enjoyed than _regretted . The odd hours and surp lus energy have been con—sumeci by _outd oor amusements. Now that the season is about closing we suggest that a series of pub lic ciéhates siniilar to the recent tariff tiehate he- arrang _ed . As 30011 as our society halls are conlplctedi we will settle clown to tile NOVEMBER , _i888. No. _5, old routine work ; at present we have _nothiiig of this character; between these two _5_C ~ SOflS could we not occupy the indoor hours , necessaril y longer from now on , with something we Callllot have when tile societies are ill _SCS_5_~_Ofl , llanlel y : de...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1888

journalism. In this course as established , tile in struction is entirel y practical , tile _SttldCIltS and tile professor ill charge forming a class, tile l atter acting as manag ing _ed itor and tile former as ilis reporters. Under such a plan tile iflstructi oii imparted is valuable to tiloSe _illtellt _UPO_11 pursuing sucil a course. True , few of the journalists of our day Ilave ilad the benefit of such a course, but it may be safely accredi ted to tileir lack of opportunity. \‘Vhen such a course tomes to be more widel y established we _ii ~ ay expect to see ma ~ y Illore of our young men laboring ill tile great fi eld of popular journal ism. THE stucients have _succeed ed ill sustain ing tile foot-bali team in the face of ciiscour—agenleilt from SOIlle quarters to wllicil tiley had looked for much encouragement . Tile exceptionall y wet season cOtllbilledl with the military drill has _llladi e it difficult to _d evelop a teanl _U ~ 0_ll tile field . This has been _overcoille b...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1888

the subject grave consid eration, Til e poillts presentedi by the Herald are i. Less frequent _electioll s would less frequelltl y subject tile _cOtlll tl y to tile stagnatioll of tile business interests wilich now occurs. The loss resulting fr om tilis , as estimated by Cilauncey M, Depew, is $ ~ oo,ooo,ooo, or oneteilt il of tile estimated! business of til e coulltry ciuring tile four months of the _Presidential campai gn. This suspension of industries is occasiolled by tile lllisgivillgs wilicil take _Ilold of men ’s lllilldi _s in view of tile uncertainty of tile result of tile electioii. 2. The present occui rence of elections is just frequent enoug h to foster a Ilost of corrupt _pattisa_1 ~ politicians ; they iieed never _wall t for occupation. ~~ . A Presidlent for reasoi ~ s of _persoii _~ tl ambiti on alldl partisall interest is at preselit re—strailiedl from inaugurati llg _iii the latter part , say _Oli C or two years, of his tel-ill any new policy which llis experience ...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1888

IT was evident from the agitation of -tile elements of tile political world about tile College tilat tilere would be a cyciolle of eloquenc e sweep over the immediate vicillity tilat would make Demosthenes, ill hi s cold gr ave, cllvy the campaign olator of tile _lliileteellth century. This cyclone struck Lemont , Nov—ember tile 9tll in tile silape of Beaver , Mitchell , 1—lolmes, anti Weller , who witil their 1101-dc of admirers , stalted from tile College at 7o’clock p._IlL , ill tile cushion-bottomed , wind—covered _ptl_1ilpl _~ i_11 ~ vagoiis to adldress a Ratification meeting. Tll ~ se four Websters were met 011 Bunkel- I-Till , near Lemont, by an escort of distingui shed citizells and til e brass band cornposed of t ll ilty— _n ine pieces, including mouth—or galls, till _~~~_llS , alld toy whistles. They passed in review , closed ranks alld marched to tile village to tile tune of Tippecanoe, and Morton true. After nlarching ill alluvial de— posits alld 1-1 0, exposing their mu...

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

THE MUGWUMP. p OLITICAL organizat ion is necessary for the advancement of political truth , particularl y ill _elihi giltelled and Democratic goverilments. The history of our o ~~ n coulltry affords many examples of this. But ihe efforts of such organizations are frequentl y toward wrong ends rather tilall rig ht. Our ilistory affords many examples of tilis also. Tile rank and file of a pa ity may not see tile drift towards cvil—t il ey _gellelall y do not see it Party prejudic es ill such cases obscure their visiOll . A Political party that inaugurates a great truth , cradles it , fosters its _Illallhoodl ; and fi—nahl y secures its practical triump h by its incor—poratiofl ill State Constitutions and laws, is prone thereafter to rel y upon its past acilievements, to idolize tile mcii who were conspicious in it s earl y strugg les, aild to revere th eir opinions as tile essellce of all political wisdom. Those composing sUcil a party are not apt t 0 learn that " new occasions teach ...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1888

abetted one of the nlost consp icious cases of leg islative bribery of recellt years. One of the most popu lar stateSmell of tile coulitry in a speecil a few days since upon a question of hi gh publ ic _importallce , was driven by party stress , to falsify tile deliberate _alld well considheredi ilistory wilicil lIe lladl writtell but a few years ago , and yet ile suffers 110 eclipse of pal ty pop uhar ity . A Govei-nor of one of the largest States in the Ullion pays his electiolleelillg expenses out of a share of tile profits of a contractor of public works unde r his control , amid a convention of his party renominated _ililll . "A _ptil _lic meeting tre ated! at his cost Resolv es him l)ack the virtue he had host," It was tile custom : A hunched year’s ago If men were knaves to calh them so.’’ The IVIug ~ _vunip s believe it would be good po licy to revive tile old custom , but t iley -fin d it very difficult to bring other pe ople to the same way of thinking. The next generation...

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

stituti on any reli gious system, nay m ore, no union of Church and State must be even vaguel y hinted at, yet we hear the cry, "It is a Godless Constitution." Tlley tell us tllat Thomas Jefferson was an infidel. So be it , but lie was a statesiflall too, and since lie wrote the document , "th e greatest ever wlitten by uninsp iied pen ," could we expect to find in it any recognition of a God ? In a land where the Jew and the Gentile , the Papist auld the Protestant , the Christian and tile Atheist j oin hands ill fellowship; there is no need of any such 1-ecognition , ill any ilistrument desi gn ed to be onl y tile operating power of our goverliment. Tile Constitution is Ilot tile source of the prillcip les upoii which we at-c foundedi , but tile offspring of those _primlci plcs, not tile motive powcl- of , our _goverllltlcll t , but til e _nlacllillcry throug h wilich _th at power is transmitted. Til crefore, thoug il tllcie is ill our Constitution no i-efere _~ ice to a Supreme B...

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

there to become in time the main-stay of th e Ilatioll. Our Sabbatil yet secure amId the laws enacted for its _prese _rvatio _ll guarantee to us a colltillu—auice of our Christian life and mark us in an—oth er respect as a Chlristian nation. In tile days of the Comnlune tlle Frencil people abolished tile Sabbath , _d eclaring that one day in tell was _sufficiell t rest for man. Not olll y did th ey err but by their actioll denied tile Divine appoiuitment of tile Sabbath. _Cllri stianit y has preserved this boon auld safeguard for tus , and every seven days tile macbilleu-y of our tilousand mills ceases its rattle , th e plow is housed , _tu e windows of tile Store-ilouse are barred and tile quiet and rest of the Sabbath _prevails. At earl y morn a sacred melody goes up fronl all tile land , and SOOfl a mi gilty host bow their heads in humble reco gnition of tile Alm i ghty I ~ atiler , the creator and pre server of tile nation. All , no! our _cilurch , ou r laws, our Sabbath , our B...

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

THE TWO WORDS One day a harsh word , rashl y said , Upon an evil journey sped , And , like a sharp and cruel chart , It pierced a fond and loving heart; It turned a friend into a foe, And everywhere broug ht pain arid woe. A kind word followed it one day , Flew swiftl y on its blessed way ; It healed the wound , it soothed tire pain , And fri en _d s of _old , were friends again. It mache tile hate and anger cease, And everywhere brought joy and _ileace. iltrt yet the harsh word left a trace The kind word! could not quite efface; Arid , thoug h the heart its love regaine _d , It bor e a scar that long remaine _d ; 1r’ieuldls ccnrld forg ive but not forget , Or lose the sense of keen regret. Oh , if we could but lear n to know I-low swift and sure our words can go, I-low would we weigh with irtinost care Erich thoug ht befor e it sought the nil’, And only speak the words that move Like white-winged messengers of love. LOCALS Cider! Apples ! Cider ! Tile Plcps have revived the cricket...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1888

Mr. Ray Kessler, of Brant , who was taken home on account of sickness, has recovered and returned to coilege. Glad to see you Ray, give us a shake ! Go to Henry Miles for information in regard to the gallant act of assisting a lady to ali ght gracefull y from a carriage. Dickinson foot-bali player with _surpnise ,"Have you ladi es here? "" Wh y yes, we couid’uit do without them." The trusses for the support - of the roof on til e_- new assembly _aui d drill ball fell with a crash , doing collsidcrable damage to the wall and the trusses themselves. This accident will necessitate a delay of the work for about a month. The new college yell which is now given on trial is: _YaII ! yah ! yah ! Yah ! yah i yeh ! wish—whack-! pink , black ! _P_1 SI _CI If you want to li ght a match do not scratch it upon the wall, but go to "Woodchuck’s " room and scratch it tl _~~ O_1_l his hatchet, Omce hours from 7 A. M., to _I _I P. M. " Buck " Rebem- is now boarding at the hotel "Sa ll y tie Long." He ...

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

selves as knowing absolutel y ul otiliulg ill t-egard to the workings of tile class. Sop _llomores , your sister ciasslllates al-c indignant at your intentional di si-egard of their _repleselltatioll We _Oill y express tllcii thoug hts ill a mild way when we say such actioll is unm ani y anti wh oll y un called foi . "Is llot our cause just? ’’ " Ghost " alld " Monk" ilave oigaiiized a seciet _olgallizatioll. It is called tile Dutch Lettet Fraternity. Tiley ilave but two charter menlbers and don ’t want any more , _Thley onl y work one man at a time. It is vel-y sect-ct , aildi tile oathl is vel-y bilidhing fr oni what we can lCaI _ll of it. We have fotund out , ilowevet- , til at til e fee is five _dhollal s. What is done with tilis is a qucm-y. _Th ey Sport no pin , or at heast none cai ~ be seen ; they Ilave 110 feasts nor any _llleetiilgs. But we would advise any i _crsoii wauiting to j _o iil some good fi atern ity to look up til e ullet’its of tilis olle before tryi llg someth...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1888

The political life at this college has been a vely active one tlliS fall, Republican and Democratic clubs were organized qtujte earl y in th e term , and steps were taken by each to boom thick respective issues and keep _tilefli before tile peop le about State College. The debate on til e tariff issue of the _cafllpai gil came off as anllonuced in our last issue, andhas been pronounced by all pt esellt a grind _stucccss. The class of ‘ 91 ileld its annual banquet at the Bush I-louse in Beliefonte, _Fiid ay evening, N ovember 2. It was conveyed thitiler ill til e " Mountain Echo , " til e usual conveyance for college students. The time was passed _nlerril y witil songs and speech making. At 9.30 P. M., "Ye Soplls " sat down to one of tile most _sumpttu ous feasts of til e season. Tile time between tile courses was Illade enjoyable by puntlillg and singiulg of songs. Tile departure of our President to his honle was tile Olll y cloud that lloveredi over tile class , and ill a dc—gr ce ...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1888

Dickinson vs State College. On the 7th inst., our team departed on tile earl y train for _Dickillsoui , to play tile secould matcil. Dickinson took choice of goal , State College tile bali. The "V" trick was played well by State College and about io yards were gained. Foster ’s despe rate playing was wonderful ; when tile ball was secured by _11mm , Dickinson would centre its whloie teatll upon hull . His enduu-ance surpassed tilat of any player oui either _teatll . Our rush-line was good , but the general teanll work was loose, and t _h e bail was not played fast enoug h wheul near the goal line. Twice State College was witilin a few feet of the goai iine but failed to secure a touch-down owing to hesitancy in llatldhillg til e bail. The first half ended with a score of 12 to 0 in favor of Dickinson. _011cc in tile second half , State College ilad the ball withill ~ feet of Dickinson’s goal line , but in the failure to ~ nap it back SOOfi enough , Dickinson took advalltage of it au...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1888

‘8g. Miss Mary D. Foster, of State College, Pa. was tllarried on October _i ~ to Mr. J. McMannigai_, of Coai por t, Pa., in the Presbyterian Chapel of th is place Tiley left at 110011 on an eastern tri p. they will Illake tileir ilome at Coalport. ‘82. Johul M. Dale and Miss Florence Fox , both of _Behhefonte , were united ill marriage on Oct. _i6. The wedding was a private one , _otl ly near relatives beiulg PreselIt. Their _wedditl g tour was taken in the south. ‘ 90. C. M. Kessler wilo went llome with ilis brother Ray , who was unwell wiii not return , He is at _presell t clerking in a bamnk at his _iIonlc, aui d is also engaged ill matlufacturing Excelsior. Kessler was popular , alId ‘ 90 loses a good president ill iliS not returning. LETTER BOX. To the Editor of /l ie FREE LANCE : Beginning the year with tile additional iarge euldowment of _~ i_6o _,ooo, tile effect is felt in every department , and everytil illg seems to have received a new impetus. On account of tile inclemen...

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

Dartnlouth has the credit of publishing tile _first college publicatio n , Yale _secouid , and Unioul _th ird . Cornell has a lady student in the course in Mechanical Eng ineering, aIld Ohio State University has one in Civil Eng ineering. T h e cane-r musil at Rutgers was so roughl y contested that tile police interfered and made off with tile cane. Johns Hop k ins w ill probabl y be removed to Clifton , just outside of Baltimore , ill accordau _ice with tile will of its _foullders . Amherst has seuit out 200 College Professors ami d Presidents , alld twe nty Judges of the Supreme Court. Isaac V. Williams , of P h ila _d elphia , has givell ~ 3,ooo ,ooo to estal)hish aui _itl dmnStrial college in that cit y, silliihar to G i n-ard College. During the last five years the number of instr iuctou s at Cornell has been increaseti from ç _I to 84, antI the llunllber of _studeni t ~ frouii 4 61 to _1 200. A _Professorslli _p of Ph ysical Cuit nure wit ll ati endowment of _$_io , _000 is to...

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

Co-operative college government , whicil pron lised so w ell at first , is not likel y to be a success. Tile student coliference collililittee at Princeton has resigned , and the Amilerst senate has shown such vacihiatioll thlat tile difficulties in college disci. phine have greatl y mul tip lied. The system is likel y to be discontinued. The following is a list of the ‘‘ yells ‘‘ of tile princi pal colleges in t h e United States : Harvar d. —Rah , _rali , rail ; _Rahi , _rain , rail ; Rain , rail _I Harvard _I _Yalc_.—R ah , _m ali , rail ; Rail , _raii , rain ; Rail , uah , rail _I Y-aie _I Coiumbia _. —l _~ .ah , Rali , _]_. _~ .ah C-o—l-u-Ili-b-i-a _II Dan turn outh. — Wah , 1-Too, Wai t _I _Wahi , T-loo, Rail I 1)ar-d-d Dartnioutii _I Ti ger. Pr inceton ,—Rah , _Rahi , Raii ; S s-s t , _1300111, _Au -h-h ! Rutgers. —Rah , Rain , Raii ; Bow—wow-wow _I I Un ion. _.— _Raii , _Rali , Rah ; Union , Hikah , Hi—kah , I-I ikah _\_Vihh _ianl is. _—\Vi il - _iaulls , _\Vihi-ianls , _\Yi...

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

Syracuse. —I-Iip_, hoo-rah ; Hi p, boo- rail I Syracuse, Syracuse , Rail, Rail; Rail I I Brown. —Rah , rail I Rail , rail I R ail , Rail I Brown I Wooster.—W-oo-ster , Bang I Unliversity of Tennessee.—Rah , rail , rali , rali , rain ; Birn , _bini , _boom -boom , ball I Rail , rail, rail , rain , rail I Aliegheny. —Alleglie, Allegllc ; _Rali , Boonl I Allegileny I - Adelbert. —R all-rah-rail ; Ski-yi-y i ; A-d- e-l-b-e-r-t I _Penllsy lvania College.—Rah , rail , rain , rail , rain ; Penll-sy l-va n-yail a Tufts. —R-r-rab , Rain , ra ii , rain I Tufts I Dickinson —Hi p, rail , bus , bis; Dickinsoni-en-Ti ger I Boston University—Boston , Boston ; Bub-abub-a-bub ; Boston , Varsity, Varsity ; _Rali , rain , rail I Colb y.—Co-l-b-y, raii ; Colby, ra in , rain ; Rain , rail I Ren nsselaer Polytechn ic_, —Rennsselaer , raii , rali , rail , rail I rail , ra in , rail , Reulnsseiaer I _Swartilnnore. —Rab , _rahi , rain I Rain , rail , rail I Swarth-nlore , _Swartilnlore , 1-Too-rain I Raci n...

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

Tine Pennsylvania College Mon/l ily for November containled a reall y excellent article on tile " Entertainment in Scott ’s Novels. " It showed tiiat tile writer was thoroughl y acquainted witil llis subject , and to be well acquaillted with sucil a subject shows tile careful preparation alld serious thoug hlt of a student. We are in receipt of a copy of the _Washington _._TejTersonian, IVitil th e invitation to exchange. Certain ly George or Th omas , we ~ viii. We like the sty le of your _h _aller. Judg ing fro m tile Ilumllber of coultri buted articles your sttudenits must take more interest ill the college paper than ours do ill _th e FrmEE LANCE. The lyres of the University _Cozi ran t are always tunef u l , but we tllink the _callipai gll _5_Oll ~ in tile last issue was a li ttle und i gn ified. It would souuid better ill sound stroiigly hlartisall Political exponent. Aside from th is, your ly ric departme n t has a ver y _hlig _il staiidart l. This is always tine first page w...

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