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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
First. — I’ve oftem _u heard such lyric _somigs From poets Paid for paim _uti _mu g wrongs With words that turm _i false colom’s out , And make time mumost deceiving doubt, Th ere ’s miauglmt I hear , nor naug ht _I see , Thuat tells me it is good to lie Among these inmmugry parasites That hive uiiomm time _earth ’s delights. _lii h ave no moore of fancy ’s talk. If for a whmile you choose to walk , We ’ll take a tranmp for exercise Until _emmotm ghm we realize, Second.— Agm’eed to go, if omu time way A _histe _mm imug ear you will disp lay To all toy heam’t should give to _sotlmmdl , And all _timmm t nature ’s h ills resound. ‘Tim well. We leave these plastered walls In search of joy th at wisdom calls _‘L’o give us stremugth and health andl l_)_ea _~ i, Whiie ill our minds all troubles cease, Mimuem’va omice tim e goddess was Of wisdom pure—so let us i ~ ause _1mm th ough t before lieu’ th rone to learn What makes time ch ange we all (_lisccrmi, It is a law in Nattmre ’s _cod e Th...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
Althoug h we have Johns Hop kins in our own country, well equi _pped , and doing good work in university as well as collegiate lines , many prefer to go abroad and , in connection with their specialties , to gain broadened views of men andl life andi governments which onl y travel and life among forei gn people can give. One great difference betwe en the Eng lish and German universities , in favor of the latter , is that where the Eng lish spend vast sums in buildings , the Germans spend by far the greater sums in the emp loyment of the most eminent specialists who shall g ive instruction in their various departn ’lents , buildings being a matter of secondary importance. In like manner Johns Hop kins University at Baltimore , has devote _d a comparativel y small part of its fund to building purposes. The German Univers ity has three distinctive features describe _d by the terms: _if_/ is senscie aft , L ek_,fr ei/iei/ and Lernf r eiheit . The first means knowled ge in the hi ghest s...
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
Many know that _d rinking and dueling are the proni illellt vices of the university _Studeilt It is to tile credit of the unive t - sity sy _stehll ’ in its begillhiillgs in this country that these relics ofbarba r ism of the middle ages are unrecognized and do not prevent the student fr om devoting all his best energ ies to the work which lie has chosen _~ oi’ tile d evelopfll _ehl t of his ll _ie ’her and better self . D _I SCIPL INE IN COLLEGES. T1-IERE al- c two opp osing sy stems of disci pline in _Anler icall colleges. Tile _OflC considers the student as still a boy and hed ges, him about with a close parental govel-nm ent , controls all his actions and gives him diemel -it marks for ill conduct , The other is copied after the government of the universities of Europe. It would treat the student as a man responsible oni y to Ilim seif , perniits _h im to be present or absent as lie _ch ooses, and other-~ vise regards him as a free and independent American citizen. The one argue...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
THE FREE the student does not realize that it is his own interest andi ilOt that of til e Faculty that is niainl y concerned in the maint aina n ce of _ord er. This very feeling is tile cause of nearl y all the college dist _ull_. ances , andi it is 0111 )’ by _rcliiovihl g the cause that this trouble will disappear. Give the stu _d ents niore l _~~~ ’ _~ r to govern themselves. A system of govelnlllellt has been ti-ied at Anihierst for th e last ten years andl has plo\ ’cli very successful. All nlatters of order , discip line , etc., are referl-edi to a senate , at ‘ the head of which is ‘ til e President of _tit e college. Ten senators are chosen from the college classes , four from _th e Senior , three from the Junior , two from _th e Sop homore , and one from til e Freshman , A student may be absent from OllCte hlth of the recitations in any bl’anch without being accountable to _aii _~ ’ one but himself thus the government of tile _stud ents is l)_lacedl entirel y in tile hands ...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
At a di stance of about 6oo fe et north of the main college bui _idiin g stands th e niost valuable of til e late improvements ; this is the large building which contains the new Phiysical and Chieniical Laboratories. This building is not yet comp letedi , but when _finished , the laboratories will be unsurpassed by any in the country both as to architecture and equi pment. Before the plans were dirawn UI) a conimittec was sent to our leading universities and colleges to gain ideas. The main college building has been improved as follows : The corridors have been enlarged and tastefull y decorated , and li ghted OU each landing from first to fifth floor by large windows cut throug h _th e heavy stone wall. Square spiral stairways of ash , nicel y orna mented , have replaced the old ones, and on the second floor between the two sp irals a balcony breaks the monotony of a wide hail. The first and second stories of the centre _wili g have been converted into a magnificent chapel contain...
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
ner , consisting of the choicest of the season , was served at 6 o’clock , _I_’. M. At eacil plate was placedi a rose-budh of rat -c va i iety , and a profusion of flowers decked the table _and ornamented the dining hai l. Mr. A. A. Patterson , president of the class , actedi as toast master. Toasts were responded to as foll ows : C. G. Roop, " The Past ;" U. G Keller , _‘‘ The Future ;‘‘ J. 1). I—I t inter , ‘‘ Best Girls ; " J. P. Jackson , " Lover ’ s Lane ; " J. S. Weller , " The Faculty ; " W. B. N. Hawk , " Our Sister , the Hostess ; " A, A. Patterson then spoke on " The Class of ‘89. " After the repast , the class retired i to the par lor where , in the company of sonic of the yOung _ladie_.’t- of l3eilefonte , t _u e evening was pleasantl y spent in sing ing songs , instrumental music audi dlanc in g . The class profoundi ly appreciates the hosp itality of their onl y lad y m emb er of whom they may well feel _proudl , not onl y for her courtesy, but also for her remarkable ...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
choicest selections. Tile students had been previousl y invi ted i to attend i a reception at the Presbyterian Chapel , given by the Ladies of _Behle fo iite , after til e concert. A very ple _~ _tsant time was enjoyed l by all. Thank you , Ladies of _l_3ellefonte , for the ple _~ ts _ai_’it reception given its. Aubie ‘‘ says , " since ‘ Dude‘ is in love , audi since Brew feasted his eyes at the Washin gto ll Reception , tlley Spelld their leisui:e _Ii _mc read _h ing Lucile in concert _au di conipal-ing notes. " During _th e _cornill g vacation the Pennsyvania State College Glee and Banjo Clubs will give concerts in til e following cities andh towns iViarcil 28th , ‘ at B _ehhefon t e , _‘‘ 29t _1l , ‘‘ _‘I’yrone , " 30th , _" Hunting don , A pril 1st , _" Altoona , 2nd , " _Pliilli psburg h , 3_rdl , " Clearfieldi , " 4_th , ", _\_ATihliamsport , This troupe is composedi of th e best musical talent in the college , and ~ veih deserves pati’onage froni all critics and lovers of mus...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
THE FREE LANCE . ‘45 Aff., Johnson and Patterson , A. A. Neg., Silieldis and Gilkey. Instrumental solo.— ’’ Lil y of tile Valley,’ by _Ml_’, Spanu tius ; "Studients Miscellany, ’’ by _ed itor , F. A., Bt-y an. The programme throu g hout was well Veilclerecl , andl pleasing. Tile _aud ience was _m ~ - usually large and appreciative. One thing we are pleasedi to note in connection wit _h the society, that is , the social spirit is more general audi chal -mi i ~ g than heretofore. Who l ~ dh tile " Pt ’eps"Oil a Wihd i goose chase after a bih iiardi table Weidner, — "All yes, boy s , its f orce of Ilabit. When _I was y oung I played with Cllildhisll thling s, hlO\ V since I atii _Oldi I can ’t get ridi of the habit. " Will the Sellior class give a ball , or do sonlet _hin g ill ilonor of til e onl y ladiy, nienlbel_’ of their class _Behbef onte belle to Mi’. Sp. _’— "Thiat was an exc ellent ren _dhit ion , pertllit rue to congratulate you. ’’ Mr. Sp_, greatl y embal-assedi , "Ah—there ...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
the Philharmon ic TI-jo, The ent ert _ainn _lent CoilsiSted of tile latest sparkling college songs intersper sed witil selections on the banjo and guit ar , ‘rile Phi _ilhi armonic Trio , co mposed of Messrs. Atherton , _\ _‘_iOh iliiSt ; Sp anutius , 1)_iaiioist , an _d Struble , col-netist , 1-endl ered _th e finest selections from _th e latest operas. It is a ti-eat to h eal- this troupe , as their music is _composed _i of tile finest selections audi is well relidered , The Junior Mechanical Eng illeci-ing students of tile college , ei ght in nullibe l- , under ch arge of Professor Jackson , went to Bellefonte , Feb. _i ~ , to observe in detail the method of iron manufactur e. They heft here on the ei ght o’clock train. Arriving in BelIef onte th e pal ty _proceeded i to _th e Centre _Ix on Co’s. works. They were very kindl y received by Messrs. Hal t and Bell , the nianagel-s , who escorted th em at _011CC to til e furnace to obsei-ve a cast which had been dlelayedl solile tell ...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
exercise of the principal _eveil t of tile week—The Freshman Banquet. * * * * * After passing the earl y part of the evening, soni c in paintil lg the town , as it were, and and! oth ers in attending the Swediish concert , the Freshmen adjourned in a bod y to the banquet hail , to relieve the monotolly of a ~ veIl-reguhated appetite invented expressl y for the occasioi ~ and weeks beforehand. The hail was decorated! in a most artistic manner. On the wail opposite the main entrance was susl)elidledl a shield composed of all the imp lenients coli llected with base-bail , tennis , football , cricket , etc., representing til e _d ifferent spol-ts indul ged in by the class and in most of which it excels. About this shield , in the fol-ni of a penna nt , were draped the colors of the class, maroon and _wh ite. The other parts of the h ail were festooned with the college colors, internii ii gled with direful inscri ptions pertaining ciliefl y to the Sophs. The earl y part of the banquet wa...
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
_anc ~ W. F, White , ‘87, have removed th eir _head quarters fi-om Lincoln , Neb. , to Kearny, Neb. They are placing an electric plant in Kearney, which will be, W ilell fillished _, the largest sing le plant ill the country. G. J.Py le, son of Col. Eyre Pyle, of Bellefonte , andi a former studient , _d ied _sud denl y Ofl the 23di of February. " Jack ," as lie was best known _Ilere , was of perfect l)_hlysiqll e, pleasing in his _maim ers , and a true gentlenian. His death casts a gloom over a large circle of friends. ‘8g_. P. F. Nish ikian , now ciieniist for a lat-ge manufacturing firm in Kansas City, is read y to receive an _appointh ilent as secretary to a forei gn hegation. His service as correspondcut for Republican journ als during the rece imt canlpaign shouldi commend him to the present administration. His acquaintance with sevel-al niode in languages would make him a useful member of such a bod y. The rumor has been widel y cit-culated that our President , _Dc, Atimerton ...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
THE FREE LANCE. to hmave becim _Ft ’eshl lllan ~ voi’k , anci one of tile students was danget-ousl y inj lli’edi h)y pieces of the dyimanmite cal’tl’idh ge explod ed. The Intercollegiate Atilletic Association niet in Animual Convention in New Yoi-k City, Feb. 23, _aim d passed! a reso lutto im to " withdraw from tim e National Amateur Associati _Qlm of American Atimletes and for the future ren main aim independent association. " Pri _imceton , Harvard , Amherst , Yale , Dartmout h , Cornell , and Cohumbian , are _~ hh training teams for tim e coming base-bali season. Nilletcen thousandh _d ollars in prizes and til e income of _~ t8o ,ooo, in Sch olarshi ps , are aimnua _h l y given Amherst. Haverfo i- d has abolishmad the rule requiri _im g fictitious signatures to examillation papers on the ground of its being derogatory to their di gnity. Kettleman , of Yale, recentl y broke _th e record for tim e hundirec ! yai-d diash , nmaki img it in lim e _and! three-quarter second s. Colunmb...
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
The SOHAPPER & BUDENBERG Improved . Cxhau et Steam Injector Iii 4 I- Si I4 I- \Vorltud by exh aust steitin fret,, non-condensing engines. 1_, beyond doub t the _,,iost ecolloluielLi boiler feeder _In the _mar ket. k’or _Particul ars a_,idt’s_,s SCHAPPER & BUDENBERG . 40 John Street , New York. Or , 18 Sou th Canal St , Chicago , Ill T i-i s ID Automatic Cut-Off Engine —_. _IdISIllIWIUSS _51 PERFECT REGULATION AND HIG HEST ECONOMY. TRACT/ON PORTABLE ENGINES , STEAM ROAD ROLLERS. BOILERS AND SAW MILLS FOUNDRY 0_) M_1_!o -IIN E DEPARTME NT_. HARRISBURG CAR MANUFACTURING CO. ~~ _~~~
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
DBEKA Engraving and Fine Stationery House , 1121 Chestnut St., Philadelph ia Commencement, Class Day, Frates’nity, Reception. and Wedding In v/tat/one, Programmes, Menus, &c. Steel Plate Work for Fraternities and College Annuals. Designs for Annual Covers and Cartoons. Fine Stationery with Fraternity or C/ass Die, Monogram, Crest, Address, &c. All wor _k _Is executed _In our _cstahli_,hment under our personal _slipe rvi _sloIl _, and only _iii the best _Ittanner _, Our unequaled _facilit ies nod long practical experience , enable us to produce the newest styles and most artistic effects , while our repu tation Is _n guarantee of the quality of our productio ns, Desi gn s , Samples ar _i d Prices Sent on Application F’rater _nlt y Stotlonery always an hand. (
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
U IIR LONDON REP ~ DY -M I ~ DE CLOTHING. \Vill suit you ~ _xiictl y. It is F _e_, fe et in_~ ‘Vt_) ’) _’ j ~ a_, _’/i _c ~ _la_, _. Spe cialties : 1 _~ ’_ull Suits , $9.50, worth $i 5.00. _‘_l hornpson ’s Patent-Cut Trousci’s, $5.oo, worth _$7.5o London Made Spri ng Overcoats, $12 Also note London ’s Latest sty les in Spring Overcoats. "The I’ nll Mall Overcoat. ’’ " The 1 ~ eaufort Overcout ~ " " The Piccadill y Overcoat, " THOMPSON No. 1 338 Chestnut Street , (Opposite the M int). _PII ILADISLPII _IA.. N, 11,—Our Fashion l’late and sample of ma terial mailed to any address , free of charge
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
I _AThI TTI S Cigaret te Smokers who are willing to pay a little ntore tItan the price charged for the ordinary trade Cigarettes, will Soil _‘_ISIS BRAND superior to nil _otherit . BEWARE OF IMITATIONS , and observe that the firm name as below is ott every package, ALLEN & G I NTER , Manufactu r ers , RICHMOND. VIROINIA.
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
R ICH AR D KNY Importer of and Dealer _In HEMICALAND PHYSICAL APPARATUS CHEMICALS , Etc. Sole Representative of C. GERHARDT , Bonn ,_! ~ Rh 1O CORTLANDT STREET NEW YORK Whole Laboratory Outfits or Single Apparatus furnished prompt ly. Importations free of duty for Scientific _Institutions A SPECIALTY. ’GREEN S PHARMACY _[_ItUsi I _I _b US _K _IIi,OC K ,] _I_3ELLEFONTE , PA THE OLDEST , L AR OE8T A ND LEA DINO DRU _D HOUSE _IN CENTRE CO. Out’ Motto is _PURE _0001)S ANI) FAIR PRICES. ’ _1w" _‘_lbs _l_’_rcsc_;’ipIion _Iiusine sn a _Specialty, C. B ~ SCHAFFER & SONS, STATE COLLEGE , PENNA. A full line of SUITINOS and TROU SE R ING S , _In the latent Fall _1111_(_1 Winter Styles . Only place where fuil satisfaction can he had in Military Uniforms. All-Wool Pants , - Suits, - - - - 18,00 ~
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
WML I_. POSTER State College and Lern ont , Pa., _I)_Ei I_._ER IN DRY GOODS GROC RI ES Hardware, Table and Pookot Cntlery DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DrLed ~ ~~ rutte and Garden _Seeds —FLOUR AND FEED,— CHOICE GOODS AT MODER ATE PRICES SLLGLE & HOLMES IN Groceries, Provisions, Tobacco, Cigars _(JONFECTIONERY. low CAS H i’itics . STA TE COLLEGE. PA ~~~~ _attALitits ~