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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

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Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

, C, _~ , __ _‘ _t Located in one of the Most Beautiful and Healthful Spots in the Allcghoz y Region ; Undenominational ; Open to Both Sexes ; Tuition Pree; Board and other Expenses Very Low. ~~~~~~~~~X ~~~ Q ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ _~~~~~~~ ‘ ~~ Tt_] ~~~ ~~~ _i• AGRICULTURE ( Three C_’_onr_._ces) AND 8. MATHEMATICS ANI) ASTRONOMY AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY ; w ith ptire and app lied. constant illustrations on the Farm and ~ _~~ , _ME _~~ _HANI ~ ARTS ; combining shopthe Labcrat ory. work with stud y—three years ’ course 2, BOTANY AND HOR ~ I’ICULTURE ; the- t’IE\V BUILDING _hURl equi pment. oret _knl and pra cti cal. Students taug ht _~ o_. MECHAN i CAL ENG INE _II RING ; Four _Ori g ill _al stU (Iy With tile ~~ _ICFOSCO _~~ . years — — instruction _the oretical and l) ra( ti c al . _3. CU _Ei_\IISTRY ; with an unusuall y full and _ii. MENTAL , MORAL , and POLI’I ’ICAL th _oro ug h course in the Laboratory . SCIENCE ; Co nstitutional Law and His—4. CIVIL ENG INEERING ; very extens iv...

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

Void. i. STATE COLLEGE, PA., JUNE , _1887. No. 3. Entcrcd at State GoUcye POst _091cc as 8econd class _matter, rf HE next issue of the FREE LANCE will be during the month of October next , under a partiall y new administration. The present Business Manager will attend to all financial affairs as usual ; his postoffice will be Manayunk , Philadel phia , until September _14, the opening of the next college year. rf HE lecture delivered by Prof , Reber in the College Chapel , May 25, on " Some Facts Suggested by Astronomy, " abounded in information for the uninitiated , and was also pleasing to the _ad vanced student of astronomy. One gathered from his discourse an _id ea of the rapid strides being made in the science of astrononi y. s was expected , the athletic boom Asuffers from the decline of that initial enthusiasm spoken of. We have cause to believe , however, that the undertaking will not die, notwithstandin g the change of the first site for the track after being laid out to a ...

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

college journal to lay before its readlers a lot of dry literary and moralizing matter. Such work , like everything else, is all righ t in its place, and one finds enjoy ment and instruction in reading it at the proper time. But in a college paper it is husk y food ; for, when one takes up such a publication , he at once notices those articles which concern the college or its connections ; he wants college news if he _d oes not get it he will be disappoint ~ d_, and no literary matter , éxcellent or not excellent , can take the place of it. In our opinion we can not be too wary in keep ing before our readers the current college thoug ht , and to this end the literary department should also be devoted or at least inclined. So far we have kept tI ~ is in view , and it will no dloubt continue to be the policy of the editorial board. Our students may some day be able to support a standard literary magazine , but the cxistence of such a probability is no reason wh y we should not stick t...

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

the dollars-and-cents point of view , it is not worth the effort. The _,small value of the prizes heretofore given is an opprobrium against the dignity of the contest. When the student puts forth so llmch exertion to produce and execute what l ~ e and all his hearers regard as a representative or summing up of his literary andl oratorical abilities we think the value of the prize should be in keep ing with the importai ~ ce of what it signifies. If not fixed , it should be confined within certain limits , as is the case at most institutions. The insi gnificance of the prize will not , we feel sure , be a _sour ~ e of discouragement to the student. The adlvantage gained by thus testing one ’s self, and that recompense which is not reckoned in money that follows all toil and trouble—these are the true and satisfactory remunerations , THERE often arises in the mind of the thoughfu l student a feeling of dissatisfaction with his course of studl y and not unfrequentl y, he is conscious o...

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

thought ; the mind goes throug h exactl y the same process in solving a problem in hi gher mathematics as that involved in the simplest arithmetical calculations. But , in the one case, there must be that ability to take in a wider scope of relations ; and , iii order to be effective, to do it readil y ; this is mental disci pline , which gives the possessor that mental bearing so desirable in a professional calling. The importance of the knowled ge acquired by a college course is not by any means to be overlooked. We may be for a long time in the diark as to what possible use the medley of facts, which we dail y glean , can be put to; but these are the blocks we build with. We may rest assured that this confused mass of apparentl y irrelevant idleas will by _and by take on a shape. We know , when looking at a system of _d istant objects or at different parts of the same object , the eye fails , at first , to catch the design in its entirety ; but , continuing, it recognizes more or...

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

IF the Harrisburg P _air_/_al andi Philadel phia Times, in charg ing Governor Beaver as inconsistent in his signing of the College Appropriation bill unpruned , we ’f e better informed as to what constitutes relative need , we think they wouldi express themselves otherwise. Doubtless they would have approvedl of the signature had! the bill at fi rst been ~ 3oo,ooo, and then _prui ~ ecl to_~~ T 12 , 000 where it now standis. THE _GHANS ONS DR GESTE_. _‘A ho has not _11001_(_1 of the famed Ch ansons do Gosto _, _Wh en tile brain of the _FrcncI _~ inrit was at its best ? For nO _LUcieli t 1)00 _)_1 , IloweveL well tol l, Could vie with those Cliansons In beauty so _1_)_01(_1 _, Wandering minstrels in the court of tile _Icing, Of heroic ancestors were w ~ lit to _sing, Of Charlemagne so famous and his Twelve I_’_eeis , And all their worthy _1_(_0(_1 _m ost valiant _COlfl ~ )t_3_OlS_. _h er oes were lauded in the longest of rhymes , r)escrlhing the state of the earliest times, And the bl...

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

LITERARY DEPARTMENT. P REJ ’ARATORY AND 7J ~~ HNJ ~ AL ED _UcA TI ON. _liv PROF . _lOUIS H . _BAR NA 1 ~ D , C. E, A liberal education , stat ing it i)_rOadl y, may be defined as t h at system which lays tile _fouml dalions for and largel y impresses those habits of bod y and mind that will enable a man to so coinmanci them that they can be concentrated . _and their combined li ght thrown upon prob lems to be solved , or work to be done. So long as the work of colleges was largel y the prepar ation of the student for divinity, law or medicine on the one hand , and the workshop and apprentice system as a preparation for the work of the artisan on the other , i. e., so long as the former were professions and the latter onl y trades , Latin , Greek and mathematics may have bee n sufficient for a preparatory training, and even for the backbone of college work. But these conditions changed ; experimenters and workers in the _field s of natural and app lied sci_• ence and in the workshop ...

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

Tilese _Cllan sons were longer Lilan any man ’s m _mi _i, For bard after ba ld in each 0110 YOU will find. They ’re quite as long as the ages that have passed , Whose shades O’er tile _Ili ’ldUVIl stu dent st ihi are cast. But to posterity _ti ~ o wr iters are lost , So anonymous _111)0_)1 the worl d they ’re tossed _I Though tile fir st and best claI ms tile _nam e of the bai’d, ~ V ilo upon Fame ’s holder _11_)_1_._5 att achlell h is card. ‘Tis tile 0110 more beaut Iful than all tile rest , Of tilese wild epics of t h e _Chlallso ns _,_io _Geste ‘TIs tile tale of Rolan d , tilltt titl e knight of old , In the elevent ll century, by Turold told. He tells of treac hery waylaying tills knight , Till Deat il enlbl’aood himn In a thrill of delight: Then later bards tuned their hyre to tills song, ~ mid tune d it to others _m ore tllan twice as _1011_g_. So in songs as sweet as tile _breuth _i of tile _1050 , Tile soul of t _u e poet In _Illel ocly flows ‘Tea s th Ins the Si)hl’it of It...

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

This , together with the combinedi experience of such men , which we l)OSSCSS as a rich heritage , has made possible a specialization of the world’ s wor k , and hence the develop m ent of many lines of l)rofessiollal tec hnolog ical work. With this there came , it would seem , two demandls— fmrst , a recasting of the college curriculum , and second , a radical change in preparatory or earl y educatio n. The former has been _conced ed , n ot so ftill y as could be wished , yet conceded ; the latter is still fi ghting its way ; it must not onl y win the consent of the indifferent and hostile but also await an accumulated experience on the l)art of its friends. These demands bring clearl y to view a fact that needs to be emphasized i , namel y : t h e close and necessary relation that exists between the pre paratory work of the schools and the technolog ical work of the colleges. But what shoul _d be t he scope, of t his preparato ry work , and nib one scheme StIffiCe for all of what ...

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

cane ’s gale. They have ever been with us during mid summer ’s sultry days , cooling many a fevered brow and inciting within us renewe d ene m gy for the work of life , by gentle breezes fi oni their shad y summits. Who that has ever gazed upon oui Alleg henies with their graceful curves , majestic outline , and beautifu l foliage , _h as not paused! in admiration and awe, say ing within h is heart "Great and wonderful are Th y works , 0 Lord _I_’’ Ever chang ing, yet always th ~ same , these silent monuments standi before us as unfolding histories of past ages.. __ ~ li(l man ’s _mm di caiiiiot but envy them the unfathomable secrets which they so closel y clasp in their rock-bound bosoms. ‘I’hese liiountains have known life in its varied fo rm for countless ages , Ion it is onl y throug h the life that is past that they have achieved their beautifu l present , and how _compah at i ye—l y little we know of their history. It is but a few centuries since the red man roamed throug h th...

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

_Th E F1 ~EE Gmiard House , to awa it the sentence which the com _mand er in Chief may see fit to ini p’m _e _ll _~~ _Oii liiiii . Saturday after n oomi tents were struck and at _3: ~ o the B attalion started on its homewai’di march , with every man feeling the glow of health in his cheeks and _fuil l of the aniniation comise quent to events pleasant to remember , OUR RENAISSANCE . In considering th e large appropriation made by the Leg islature for the benefi t of the State College , it may be well to mention (lie immedIate use that ’ ~ ‘_ihI be made of a _port _ioh_’_i of it. \V ithin the next two years about ~ 7 ~ ,ooo w ill be spent in the erection of ’ additional bui _ld iings and! in repairs. In the con str _umctio mi of (lie ori ginal buiid _b g there were architectural errors , detract—ing greatl y from its suitableness for school _puii ~ - poses, which _perh aps will _h ave to be corrected!. There will be built three _dlwel hing houses , a green—house aiid botanical laborat...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

3. G. Mitchell—Steam Cylinder Construe tion. J. A. Mmmssen—Specinien of Work-shop Prac tice. A. G. W’il son— ’l’hesis , ‘‘Friction. ’’ S_1’ECIAL CH ~~ MISTR V COURSE. Geo, 1’. Bush—Iron Anal ysis l)y Electrol ysis. Commencemeni Address _, _‘ 8 o’clock p in ., President ’s Reception. LOc’ALS. —Gov . Beaver is expected to be here _dumri _mi g Commencement. — Athertom _s says that "Fuzzy ’’ Jones reminds hi m of a Spanish gavel-eer . —When seen with his hi gh hat oii , Mock reminds one of a young minister omit of work . —Commencement this seasomi will presen t many attractive features , and a large attendance is expected. —The Sophom ore class should have adopted Barclay Brindle with appropriate trini niings as t heir class colors. —Private KuI p, while acting as seiitiuiel at Cani p Roberts , arrested ‘‘Fatty ’’ Pile for ‘‘ monkeying with the _couuitersign . ’’ —Prof. amid Mrs. Buckhout gave the Faculty and Seiiior class , on Tuesday evening, _JulI e 7, a very congenial _emiterta imim...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

—It is now Sergeant Barclay. —The cherries are just rlpemii ng. —Subscribe for t _h e FREE LANCE. —Are we to have a course in Belles-Letters ? — "Are you an owl ?‘‘ is now a common query among the "Sophs. " — ‘‘Fuzzy ’’ Jones (to noisy Washing tonians _iii busiiiess meeting.) We must have less order. —Prof. and Mrs. _, Osmond emitertained the Semiior andi Jumiior classes on Monday evenimig June 6th . —Prof. Osmond has improved t _h e outward appearance of his beautiful Queen _Ami n cottage by the addition of a coat of dark red paint. —On leaving camp Roberts it was imideed surprising to see how quickl y the disabled and foot-sore veterans in ounted the baggage wagon . —The Clover _Dimiin g Hall looks beautiful under a fresh coat of pailit , t _h e color being mud-yellow with ginger-bread trimmings. —Rose spends a great mauiy Saturdays in Bellefonte , and ‘tissaid that lie proposes buy imig an interest in the First Natiomial bank , —The follow ing are some of ‘‘Sarah’ s’’ miovel comm...

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

Tile sIla_000 of _IligL t were _i_’_Itlhhml g fast , As _tllro ngh tIlo college ilalIs th ere _pa _~ sei — A Frcsll _1111111_. I’ is cI ot _hu s were wet, hI s teed wel _l_! _(_lILmu l) _, on tue rushe d vitum a _ciamnp y _clanu _hu , Till _cx _iluLuls tc(1 into hi is 1 _0011_) lIe sank ,— Tills _ru_’ _csmu _man . In hot i) _tl l’Stlit _an other. _camc With bristlIng hair _anfi eyes aflame , — A S_01)_i_)_more_. In imis lland _110 _h old a can _Wi _Lii wIt _mcml hue lIed LI ticked tile _Ii t flu ci’csmi _IURO , And to _m unch Ills _luciuS _wit s _110W _Ii is _I)_Iltil Tough Sopilom ore. _flu t wileD he i’eiiCheci tile _F_1’d _SlIlIlltll ’ _5 _iiooi’, W Ilic il _Wit s _tiust encot by two looks 01’ _11_)_010 , He turned _a way _Cliii badhy swore ,— _iia_(_1 _Sopiuoni om’c_. _I_’ ll _01_(_101_) _iliifl yet , tile litt le _stui ’ak , A _nfl _ii ito says _Ilgalil , "_Toll_!_’ 1011 isko m’s I oak , ’’ i’ll bet Oil it 110 10010 _hle ’l _I _Si)_cuk ,— _1101_(_1 F rcsll _111_am _). —— Dr. A....

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

IJELLEFONTE VS. STATE COLLEGE. For a long time t _h e rivalry, imi base-ball , between the State College amid _Bellefon(e clubs h as beem i intense ami d the latter club has always beemi _eagel to cross bats with (he College ni iie , regardliess of th e overwh elm ing defeats stiffened imi (he past , and t he game played omi the _21st of May was no exceptiomi to (lie rule. The Bellefonte n imie , _cOni _1)osed of better _ahl -aro tmmid players , l)etter bat . ters (the old song), amid accompan ied by their Mascotte , arrived at two o’clock amid proceeded to (lie grounds for pr eliniinary practice. After some ~ vran gi ing about the rules (lie _gamii e was called at 3 : 55, by Mr. James Hughes , with Behlefonte at t _h e bat . They were retired imi omie , two , three order , CasSid y going out omi a groumi der to White , Clai’k flew to Mitchell and! Kurtzenb auer struck out. _Otm r boys in their half of the first , made one rumi omi sing les by McLean aii d Brew . The visitors achded...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

—L)r. G. B. Shivery, a for mer stu d ’emit of th is col lege, amid a graduate of t _h e Eclectic Medical College of Cmncim iiiati , is gaining an extensive practice at Fishe _r(owmi , Bedford county, Pa. ‘S7—W. F. White will represem ’m t (lie Keystoli e Ch apter of th e Q. T. V. fraternity as a delegate to (li e _Aiinua l Convention held at Amherst , Mass., June z 8th . He left t h e College last \Vednesday mormi ing, amid will return immediatel y upon (lie close of the coliveiitioii to _pmmr (ic ip at e in the Comiiniencememi t exercises. COLLEGE ORBIT. Cornell University will coiife r no more _h onorary degrees. Hon. T. S. Sabimi latel y died , heaving by will _$5o ,_00o to Wabash College. The late W. C. DePauw left over a mill ion dollars to 1)ePauw University. Ann Arbor Um_’miversity has received from t h e state _~ i ,_ooo ,ooo during (lie last thirty years . The classes of ‘ 42 amid ‘ 43 of Yale College played the first foot-ball gam e _iii this country. The University of Pen...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

Hampton Institute , Hampton , Va , is an industrial and technical school in which there are 450 colored boys and girls with 131 Indians of both sexes working hand in hand. _$46 ,_7 32 ._21 were paid out last year in wages. Dr. McCosh’s suggestion made sonic _timiie since , that Princeton College be traiisformed imito a university, has been approved by t _h e Board of Trustees , and steps will be taken at once _iii the chirectiomi of the change. The corpo rators of t he new Clark University to be established imi Worcester, Mass., have organized and elected Mn . Clark president. Mr. Clark subniitted a statement from wh ich it ap—pears th at lie intends to give $2 ,000 ,000 to t _h e in stittiti ohi . J oh his Hopkins died leaving over $3,000, 000 to fouiid the university which bears his name , asking that die site of (lie institution sh ould be his large estate at Clifton. His wishes in regard to t his were _h ot complied with , and a lady flOW offers to give permanentl y $35,000 _ami...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

local departn _iem ’mts are at least _fu ll . We sh ould suggest th at its interest abroad mi gh t possibl y be increased by representing or in sonic way intimatimig th e special features of the ilhst _it _utioh _i iii its work. —The Pen nsylvanian regularl y puts in its most welcome appearance. We count it our good forttmmie to receive encouraging recognition from such a college journal. We are glad to fimid im i (li e arena so good an examii ple as (lie Pe niisylvan-Ian in live sp irit and jo urnalistic ch aracter. Its vi gor in its news amid home departmemit we think wort h y of emiiu latio n . 1300K J _?E _VJR _I V. A Ni ~ w FEAS’uturs _I N WJ Ims’J’Els ’s UN ~ ImR _m D GE _o Dlc’l’m _oNAav . T _h e ptmb hishiers of Webster have recemitl y added to (lie Unabri dged a "Pronouncing Gaze/leer oJ f/_n _’ _144_. _’ _rld_,_" contaim iing over 25, 000 titles , br iefl y describing (lie countries , cities , towns , amid! natural features of every part of the globe. It miiakes an adldlit...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1887

LANGELE _7’S. _Wi_;_ui _; a pal_; of roil imps mu’o _uptuin cd to your own _‘ _~ ( _5th _; no one to gossip about It , 1)_o you pra y for end ur ance to lilt them _;; _alone? Welt untybo you _ilo, mmdl doubt It. — Street Arab : _‘‘An old mami An homiest m an is the _noble . ~ t pursuit of wonian. Parent _iii the _d oor to young clerk ~ _vhi _o is cares.simig his d aug h ter. ‘‘Voting maui , you a me mint hi red for that kim id of wom-k _I_’’ ‘‘Th at ’s so , I’ m do imig it lum’ not h ing. Whic h is better , to arg _u e with a maui _, om to flatter him ? Tell bimii w’hich_. _‘I’hie greatest victo i’ies and he sweetest en j oyme nt are t’eachiedl thm ’oug h _smm _l f cring. _‘l’hic qtmestio _mi h ow o raise lambs has _beemi raised. Ewes milk h as becmi _smmggestc cl . It takes a girl about fom _m i _hiommm ’s hong em _’ to _with this fr oit wi _n dow ; of a _Ii :cm _;_e thii _(_Ii ones. ‘‘I’ ve beemi _hiem ’omi bad t _iming s about you ,’ said omie birch to an ot _hi em . ‘‘J et ’s st...

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