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

pitcher from the University in all their playing with State College, notwithstanding they lost every game previous to last season. In the last number of the FREE LANCE we withstood considerable of pressure from the one hundred and seventy-live studlents of our college in refraining from the expression of the unanimous sentiment towardl Bucknell , This unanimous sentiment , together with the fact that the Mirror has taken the initiative , _audI has _enip loyedl offensive epithets , vul gar insinuations , and! false statements, has called forth this full review of the matter. We have conscientiousl y tried to confine ourselves strictly within the limits of facts. Furthermore , we dc—chine any further controversy, holding such controversies in general to be odious , thoug h we feel justified in the above exposition at the demand of fellow students , knowing that we can not dlo violence to inter-colleg iate relations strained in every part by the Mirror ami d the treatment received at t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

an education would be less liable to destroy or mar public property than any other class of persons , but such is not always the case as an inspection of many of our college buildings will show. _‘We are comparativel y fl-ce from this evil here, but there are a few in our midst w ho belong to the property dlestroying class, The college has been artisticall y repaired and the halls are especiall y inviting; probabl y no similar institution in the State cami boast of such beauty. May we not all of us create a public sentiment in favor of preserving this beauty in our midst, _th at would defy our thoug htless students to _imidul ge in any actions in the buildings , halls , and class—rooms which would mar them. *** IT is questiomiable whether the present athletc system at many of our colleges is productive of the greatest good to the greatest nuniber. Our objections to the present system arc as follows : (i.) More importamice is placed upon intercolleg iate sports than local athletics. ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

j N most colleges of hi gh stand!ing "Annuals " _I al-c _p ~ lblishiedl by thejunior classes. They al-c _gemier alh y dlirectories of _tim e organizations existilig in their respective institutions , along with class histories amid! descri ptions of pleas—amit amid! _h umorous events. These " _Aminuahs am-c hi ghl y valued by the alunini ami d under—grad uates. Th ey show that the studlents have a pride imi their institution , ami _d also prove to outsiders that the student has reason to be _protmcl . lior these reasons , together with the bemiefits ultimatel y derive _d , 1’. S. C. should have her "Annual, ’’ Our juniors of the past have _ncg!cctcd to publish _omi e, but the present juniors , we are pleased! to hear , are contemplating issuing one. _"We trust they will over—come all obstacles amidl give us ami annual worth y of their class. Let the sttm dlents do th eir part when the subscription list conies around , and! lendl a hel ping lialidl whenever _need _ed . LIFE IN THREE ...

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

That one who never finds some little charm In books that have been writ for us to read , Knows not at all how life to most enjoy. ‘Mongst those whose lots al-C sad , is he _indleedi In _, looking at our lives we can but think , That we, just what life is, can plainl y see, It is a work composed by God and man , ‘Tis poetry and i _~ ’ose in volumes ’ three. The first we mail is one of easy rh yme , soon commit the words the book contains, We hang with joy on each and every page And ne ’cr our interest in the story wanes_, No page in all that volume bears a ‘word Of aught thut signifies the diark or _coldl, The rh yme is easy, jo yous, full of life , To us those fairy tales at-c never told. It seems of such a book we’d never tire. At titnes we think we’ll nevet’ read it throug h. _"Ne teat -n to lisp those songs in it we’ve read And none mcdl tell us that they are not tt-ue. Time rolls along, of that we mak e no note , ‘\\T c think of naugitt save that on which we look Alas! The end m...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

THE SUNDAY QUESTION. TF’IIS, like all other questions , has its cx—trenies, Omi the one handl _stand s the _old , long—faced , sour—visage d puritan , ac!vocat—ing his " Blue Laws" as the best aiicl omil y niethod of governing the Sabbath, _Iii his opimlion _Sumicla ~ is to be exclusivel y a clay of worshi p. Any secular iileasure or recreatiom _i on that day is desecration, _‘vVhiemi miot worshi ping, one should be either meditating or reaching Scri ptural books. _Everyth ii mig must be subdued l and quiet. Some evemi claim that it is sinful to _rid e to church iii any kind ! of conveyance. I-Ic is entirel y uncompromisimi g in his belief , amid will miot hear to any miiore liberal ideas. On the other extreme stamids the advocate of the d octrine of the Personal Liberty league. His idea is , th at _Sumi clay is to be a sort of holiday. It is to differ froni the other days of the week omi ly, in the fact th at he is not to attend to his usual occupation on that day, unless lie so de...

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

going to places where they soomi become moral out-casts. Thiel-e cami be mio d oubt _th at iiicmi woul d become morall y better if th ey h a d this chamice for aThtmsemcnt ami d ieci’eatioii on a clay which is now simp ly a clay of mestrai nt , Popular free lectures on Sumi c!ay for the poor would und oubtedl y be better attend ed ami d _d o more good than all the _sermiiom _i s which they nevem- hear or care to hear ; a niom’al play at th e theatre or free music at the concert halls , svoulcl be of more benefit to the gm-eat h ost of _poom ~ than the fine scm vices at our stylish churches, But some of our conservative churchmen are niakimig special efforts to enforce a more ri gid observamice of th e sabbatical ordi nances . Th ey are opposed to open ing the public places of amusement omi the onl y day when _th e laboring classes have au opportunity to visit them. Th ey would stop ‘ all railroads and street cat’s oii the onl y day th at ham-ge classes of people can get out of the c...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

a point in their favor to ami notmnce the ir rc—strictiomis upon social enj oymeiit. To some such a course may seem perfectl y pm’oper . You cart take a coum’se _itt _Sciemice , Ai-t, Litem’atu re , or Emig _ii_’teem’im _ig_, may comp lete _yotm r course with honom’, possibl y attain this—tin ction in aftcm’—hife, ami _d yet nev er know that social a ffaims have am ~ y claim wh atever upon _yotm. But then , how purel y mechamiica l is such _i a life. It occup ies a place in the estimatio mi of mam ikind much th e same as the locomotive , the print imig pm’ ess, the cottomi gin , or any other valuab le invention. Such a life must be _emitire l y _d evoid of any of the hi gher antI hette m ’ feelings , h’iohc _h ing nothing in common with _humn _amiity, d e man d — ing onl y the ghitt em’imig bauble called Fawc , which must be to such a omie as gold is to th e se m’. What the fiowel’S at’e to _natuh ’e such is social life to our existence. \‘Ve break _fromii _clrtmch gemy and finch m’...

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

life i’ichem’ and hi gh er. All physical bea tmty is essentiall y geometrical. That mtmsica l hiarmomiy has its foundation in geometrical Pt’OPOt’tions of the vibrating bod y om- bodies has been known from the time of Pythagoras , amid hiis knowle d ge was _pm ’obahl _y obta imiccl fm’omii the t ~ iore ancient PeoP les of _‘E gypt , _Phcenicia _, om’ Chaldea , atiiomig whom lie tt’ avehed, The nattmm’c of li ght. and of colom , has been so little while _kmio wmi th at we _h ave no such _d evelope _d geom-netm’y of cohom - as the geomnetm -y of harmony wh ich has furnished the _pm _in cip les fom’ the guidance of musical art fol _mna t iy centuries, Bimt such is the similarity, as physic _~ il phe—miomena of soutich amid li ght , as to ca u se , natum’e ant! propagation , and such the functional coi’m’es—pont_!cnce of the semises by wh ich th ey at-c _l em’— ceived th at we shoul _d expect a geometrical basis of beauty _iii color , and , ind _eed , it is imi _.somiie miieas rmre _kno...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

the most eiic !uring. The d eli ght they give is not _fri _th e setisation , is scarcel y at all semisuous. The pleasure their beauty affom’chs is almiiost pum ’el y imitellectual , of th e iniag imiation amid the reason . ATHLETICS. CLASS‘ 90 has the honor of the foot-ball class _chiani pionshii p, They _d efeated the Fm’cshmen by a stiiali score imi a hard foug ht battle. The Seniors are not iti thieim’ stm omigest _comidition , as soni c of their best men ame uti — well and othem’s were injure _d , so they do not question th e class _chiamii piom _ishii p. The Sophis h ave showmi mio disposition to claim it. Rahi _I Rah ! Rah _I Ra! Rat Rat Ra—R a—Nine-----te. Will we have the requim -ed appam’atus and a suitable place for gymnastics this winter ? This question is of importance to the athletic associatiomi , aiid especiall y to th e base-ball team , amid those _wh o contemiip late try itig for a position oii the fit-st nine , If the teamii takes he imitended tri p next season , a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

" Bald y," Weston amid " Sweetie ," _d eserve honom’able nie lution as being the ham’gest eaters imi college on Thaiuksg _ivimig. Notice :—Amuy pem’somi _wishu imi g to become posted on th e leaclimug topics of the clay sh ould call at the h’motel , No. 593, clum’imig dlining hours ami d their _need s will be supp lied. Fm-otn the way tim e Freshmen at’e maid mig the wood! fl y imi the niechianic art shops , we amutici—Pate a brilliant futut-e for them , if it is splitting kind limu g in thieim’ father ’s kitc huemus. Matiu " Moot-c was _tehlimi g the boys how lie liked to sleep between _feathi em- ticks, Camp, with out thimukimi g of th e similarity said , " That is the way my gramuclmothier used! to do , " The wom’I-z on the arnuory, which was dc—hayed by the fal limug of the iroti trusses , is now goimi g speedil y fomivard. It is hoped that the t-oof may be put on befo _m e the wititer becomes very severe. The next time Kessler goes beam’ hunt imi g he will tie cotton around his...

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

Mock amid Rebem’ ; back , Brown. ‘ 92 Rushers, Rothrock , _l_3_ohimu , 1-Tile, Pt-ice Fearon , Evans, I—Iilc!ehramid ; c_]_,_lmam ’ter back Athcrton; h alf back Limisz at’mcl Aull ; back Kesslem- . Unipire, Weller , ‘8 9 ; refcm’ee, Mr. Cleaver. LOCALS \Vhio are the _‘_I_’ . K . ~ ? Oh ! beautifu l srmow (?). The Winter session beg imus Janual-y 3, _I 88 _9 Ask John Ami chy how lie likes a wooden razor. " Boys, are you goitug to put me _iii that water?" Have you seen "C rowfoot" ami d Tay lor do the rooster act? - " Isaac " spemit h is Th anksg iving with _friend s iti Lock 1-lavemi, I-ic t’eports having hiad a fine time. _- Notice :—" Reb" would hike to have th e fiend wh o tot-c _hi imn out , to come round and settle. Ami y persomi wish ing to kmiow how to blow up a slop—pail sh ould’ inquire of " Ghosty, " No,5 24. _‘ The fim’st cutter scémi th is season at the college was oti Novemiiber 26. Let us hear of the eam-hiest frotii oth ers. "Muc khe " leve limug the tm’ansit : " Boys,...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

The corps of _cad ets have semit in a petition to the Faculty asking thuem to pem’miiit time corps to attemud the imiaug _tmm ’ation of Pr esiclem ut—elect l-Iarm’isomu. The bm’ick work of tIme uiew chcmuiicah amid ph ysical laboratory is about comp hetedi . The bu ihc limig w’hc iu finishe _d will be the finest stt ’uct—tmm’e orm the gm’o immids. Sarah " Swamuk w’ishuecl to go calling the othem ’ _evemu ing, but when the time ar m’ivecl fom’ hem’ to make her toilet , the cloth es whic h she iiutem uclech \veam’ing hadh d _isappeared . It is mueecl — less to say she was amugm’y. The micw cad ets arc _ch m’ihlin g vem-y well , Ta m’en—tumu _u thinks thiey am-c ‘fat’ supem ’iom’ to the old ones. Good boy, Tam-entum , self pm’aise is _fam_’ superior to amuy other wh ile you am-c a pm ’ivate , but wait until you have to put a _shu in e on one of th e camunom u , Since th e thm ’ec beam s were killed at Shimug letown , out- _huntet -s have had a _hungem -imug for wil _d meat. I—Iamu iiht...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

is certaimil y vemy useful, Now that the _bu g wimiter evemiings are comiiing on , we think it a good time to resu mr ect t h e dead! _comiipat _iy, atici stat’t in agaim i , as we would have more _timii e to pm’actice. It is true , _somii e private imistrunients are imi use, _bnm t the pm’actice would certaim _i ly be niore interesting if cominected together omi a himie.-The " Bobby Gm een _" Telep ho ne Co., which was ot’ganizecl the begimining of the termn is now in good working ord er This company pushes work to a speedy coticlusion wheti once nitdertakemi , and gives perfect satisfactiom _i_. The rates ch arged am’e less th an the Bell Co., amid more gemit _lemiiamih y treatmiient is accom’dec! by th e super intetidemit. Th is compamuy is _coniitlg rapidl y to the fromit , and no doubt will soon be one of th e rival conipanies. A comnmittee of th e trustees fi’omn _th e Millers—yu le State Nor m al , consisting of Senatot-s Myhimi andl Stehmami , ex—Semuator Wam feh , Di’. Lyte...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

niay h ave been some goodl imu each of the coinpotent pam’ts , _iii the cong lomoratiom is now served , there is neith er taste mior beauty. It is needless to remark that " Ghost " _hias ~ gathuem’ecl togeth er quite a cohlectiomi of sopm’amios , altos , tenom -s am’mci basses, fo m’ the effect of _th is orgamuizatiomi can be heam’cl by all evem’y morning in _ch apel wheii the customat’y song is sumig. The _omul y wonclem’ to us is that the om-gamlization is so large, comiside _r imug tim e advamitages for local traim _u ing at h and at P. S. C. _Thuaiiksg iving has cotiie amid gone. The clay was well observed by all our students as a day set apart by out- government especiall y to give thanks to 1-lim wh o is out- bounteous givet-, In _th e nlot’miing, _Pm_’ ~ Y _~ m’ meeting was held by the Y. M. C. A. in the college chapel at io A. M , At _II o’clock A. _~ i., scm vices were comiducted imu the M. E. ch urch by the pastor. The college was notabl y quiet dum-imi g th e wh ole clay ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

vited were all the m’nemnbers of the Senior class, and all the lad ies roo m ing in t h e college building , All _pI ~ esemi t express themiiselves as h aving h-mad arm enjoyable timn e, ami d being som’ry th ey had ’ to leave when the ten P. M. bell _ramig. Omi _Thuanksg _ivimi g eve Misses Nellie amid May Patterson , entertained quite a numiuber of th eir classnuates at their sutinyside home, There were social gatherimugs omi Thanksg iving day at Professor Buckhout ’s, Professor Jackson ’s, Lietmtenant Pague’s amucl Mr. Olds ’. The second sociable , a taffy pull , was given by t h e " Young Ladies of the Village ," at " "Fhrift .’’ Here many of the youth were taug ht by their fairer companions how to make good taffy. Choice selections rendered oui t h e piano , dancing, progressive euclure , and the sing ing of songs, kept th e party merry until a late h our. In progressive euchre , B. Demming took the prize. The sociaable was a decided success. On Tuesday evening, Nov. 27, Lieute...

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

Senator Leland , Stanfo rd , has given a vast estate, atiuoumuting to $20 ,000 , 000 to foumud a University in _Cahiformuia , in _ti emnory of h is deceased soti _’ A chapter of _Th eta nu Epsilon , a flourish ing Sopluomore Society, was recem ith y establish-med at ti-me -University ’ of Pemu misylvania. T. N. E. is hi ghl y prized at P. _5_. C. ‘Examinatioti s at Amh erst hiave been emutirel y abandoned , ami d a system of written t’ecitations given at ti-me option of ti-me Professor , has been established instead . ;Reveremid George _Bryami t Bowman , D, D., ti-me foumuder of Cormiehl College, Iowa , d ied at h-mis h o n e in San José, California , on October j oth , _i888. At Harvard there are onl y sixteen students reported as takitu g no exercise out of one thousand ~ f ti-me latter one hum mudred belong to ti-me various teams, ami d are considered as ath letes. The staff of _7_/_ic _Cor,:ellian, Cornell College, Iowa, offers prizes to students of its college comutributing ti-...

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

R ARETT I S +- CiRaret _te Smoker. who are _wiIIti _,g to pay a, _lItt le _,mora than the prIce charge d for the ordinQry trade _cIgarettos ~ ~ wIIi flnd _TEt S BRAND superior to _atm other s, BEWARE OF IMITA _TIONS , an d observe that the firm name _a_. betaw Is on every package. ALLEN & GI NT ER , Ma ~~~ act ur ers , RICHMOND, VIROI.N_,_!_i ’

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

Con _feotiónet "y and Choice Fruits a Specialty Fine

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

WM. L. lUSTER State Oollege and Lemont , Pa., 1)_EALE R IN " DR Y GOOWS GROO SRI E S Hardware , Table and Pocket Cutlery DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, Dxt.d _l _~ ‘ ruits ~~dG ~ xd.n •s.d . —FLOUR AND FEED. — CHOICE GOODS AT MODERATE PRICES SLAGLE & HOL MES N Groceries, Provisions, Tobacco, Cigars CONFECTION _EE Y_. mow CASH _mmmd _c ‘STA TE COLLEQE, PA

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 December 1888

C, B. SCHAFFER & SONS , STATE COLLEG E , PENNA. A fult mmcc of SUITI NOS and TROU SERINOS , In the tatest Faim and’ \_Vj_, _oer _sty _mes. Ont y ptacc where _ii ~ mm satisfaction can be had In _~ 1_mmmta ry Uniforms, - All- Wool Pa _nts , - Suits, - - - - _1_S_.OO 1 ~ ooms in the Foster ]3ui 1dirig M D. SNYDER DEALER IN fl~ j ~ ood ~ Gyocc ~ ieø - - , . NOTIONS , BOOTS , SHOES , HATS, CAPS Flour and Feed , ST TG COLL eGe, F . ~ ~~ ~~

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