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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
STANDARD TYPE WRITER ADVICE TO PARENTS . _"I advise parents to have all their girls and boys taught short-hand writing and type-writing. A short-hand writer who can tyl)e.write his own notes would be safer from poverty than a Greek scholar. " Charles Reade on _" The Coming Man," 41— _J_1’_, ’Ue fo r New I _Uuutr oled _Catal _oyus WYOKOFF , SEAMANS & BENEDICT , NO. 834 CH STN _1J T ST., (coN ’i’iNEa ’rAL Iiot’IdL.) P U IL A D EL 1’ H _I A ~~~
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
_, _~c3~ $ GILLorr ~ _,.. tQCt _1 Pcnz. GOLD MEDAL , PARIS , _18_Th_. _.1158 _Cele_5_ratea _. _~ f _’ _ss _~ _it_5 _er_8 303 -404-- _I 70-604 -332, and _hi_. _other styles snap _Se _han qf _all _dealers three yhout _f _/_ic world. 3oseph Gillott & Sons, New York. P7 ~ TT ~~ RNS FINE— HPAPER ANGINGS S. U11UI M LL!ft & 543 Smithfield Street, PITTSBU RG H, PA. ~~ ~ ~ ~ !c ~~
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
& I _~ .T. Anthony & Co Manufacturers and Importers of PHOTOGRAPHIC ~ _INSTRUMENTS Apparatus and _Suppliel 591 Broadway, N. Y Sole propiletors of the _l_’tstent Satc _h el Detective, Selunid Detective , _J_1’uiry, _~ ‘_lovoI, _~ uul Bicycle Cumei’_,_s,. _an d sole Agents for the ~ _elol _rated Valiineyov _Lonsee. _jtsn aieur _OutSit_. in great variety front $9.00 up. ss’nrd. Send for Catalogue or coil and exan_,,_nc. _( _~~ " ~ f _areThatt For_/ _,t’ _Years _._EsIablisi_,ed _tn _I_/_us lies _I _busines_; ~
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
Es’rAnLIshhIdn i8i 5 HORSTMANN BROS. & CO Fifth and Cherry Streets , Philadel phia. Fencing Polls, Swords , (ilovcs . _(lisunilets, Masks , Shoes , Jacke ts ltoxlngtlloves. BoatIng Hosiery of all _kInds . Shirts , Penis , _h ose and _(_laps. Polo, Foot_.Bslt and Bicycle Jerseys, Society _histigee_, Pins. etc., etc. _41 Scud _b r ill ustrated Catalogue.
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
VOL. 3. STATE COTJ_,EGE , PA., APRIL . _i88_o_. No. i. £_nte_, c’d _al .5/a le Colleçe J-_’_osl _OJI_/ce as sccoizd-class _ma_//_c ’_,_’ THE late appearance of this issue of the FREE LANCE iS due to the rath er _limp. portune time at which the newly elected Editor ’s assumed their _d uties ; with a complete change in the Staff , just on the eve of the Spring vacation , the time which we all feel should be spent in rest , it is a difficult matter to get the copy ready for our publisher ’s in time for the regular appearance. However, with a week of cessation from College duties , as a preparation , and with such Boards , as precedents , as the FREE LANCE has ever had , the new Staff will elideavor to _prèsent a volume even better than the hi gh standard which our paper has alread y attaine _d . * FROM the time that we ~ rst had the pleasure of holding our reli g ious exercises in the new chapel , the want of some one to _lead the sing ing, has been _d eep ly felt. Althou g h the Colle...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
etc., but they think this has been amp ly repaid in the College advertising done by the Club in the recent tour. The present schedule provides for almost every hour of the day, and it is felt , by them , that any additional duty would be a burden. We think , that if the authorities would , in some way, recognize the service done by the singers—and em ploy a thoroug hl y corn _petent instructor—- --the College Choir would be a suc ces s. * _‘_Ic * WE are sorry indeed , to see the lack of interest shown by the authorities in the athletic sports of our college. Since we have no gymnasium , one would think that much attention would be paid our field work , but not so. The ball grounds , which should have been scraped and leveled during the Spring vacation , are in the same condition as winter left them. The onl y tennis court , possessed by the association , has been made unfit for play ing by the passage of teams ove r it , and , as yet , no allowance has been made for new ones. With t...
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
an examp le. There is room for improvement in others likewise, The mechanical students often complain of lack of attention , The members of the Faculty, we hope , will not take offence at our criticisms ; we make them for our mutual benefit , and would be glad to hear, throug h the columns of the FREE LANCE , the views of any student or professor, on the subject. ** THE following is a communication from Mr. J. F. L. Morris , a former student of our College, now of Cornell University, in response to an editorial in the last number of the FREE LANCE. Want of space prohibits the publication of his entire letter. The remainder , which contains some points worth y of consideration , will appear in the next issue ENTRE N OUS. "A recent issue of the FREE LANCE COfl_’ tam ed an Editorial on a timel y top ic in refer. ence to an appeal to the Alumni for " Aid , encouragement , and suggestions." In my opinion , to endeavor to arouse and enlist the interest of the , Pennsylvania State College ...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
Their bits of bark and twi g upon the green , To chitter from the sway ing branch , alert , For i’iclier gains to swell their hidden stores? l)_car heart ! \Vhen shall we quench with laug ing haste, our thirst From leaf y CU ~ agleam with plashing drops , Which sparkle down like wealth of j _cwels spilt? _i _~ rici watch , in dreamy case , the swift-winge _d whirr Of gorgeous drsgon-fhi es above the sedge, And note , with toil at _lest , the trackless haste Of darting skaters , vi gilant, intent For watery prey, ben eath the ru ined brid ge, Where lie the ember shadows dark and cool oh ciny of days Oh perfect summer day With golden dower of nodding _hut tei’cups With daisied _fie_1d ~ where mild-eyed cattle stand , _Knec_.deep in tranquil plenty and content ; With misty silences of hills asleep Beneath the purpling shadows of the clouds ‘l’hiat pile their mimic mountains in the blue , Return return antI spread once more th y tent Where waits the still , complete , the canopy Of fore...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
send a boy to college and make him think. What is wanting, is a proper subjective spirit. The upper _.classmen are old enoug h to know what is needed for their physical and temporal welfare ; they are able to appreciate the _need and benefit of religious instruction. If they can ’t , com pu lsion w ill n ever put them in an at titude to rece ive. " J. F. L. _Momuus. ONE DAY _\\‘ALl’ldR PIOtCIVAL _KENN Oh day of days _! Oh perfect summer clay Your dewy calm , your dream of fair repose ‘Mid gentle nature ’s soothing pleasantness , Stirs in my heart a breath of melod y,— An echo from ike blue-bird’s charmed flute And rustle of the wind among the heaves. _I taste again the measure which the past Has held with smiling grace through happy years ; To me no drop from all her mingled sweets I-las left such fragrant breath of joy divine , Such memory of a _d raught celestial , rare , As thine sweet day ! Oh perfect summer day it brings the tender flush of June-tide back , And tints with i-osy...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
may seem so when we see th e low shifts , petty meannesses, shams and fals pretenses which skulk throug h the world like creep ing things with low names ; but wh en we walk the mountain ranges of thoug ht , and from those lofty hei ~ hts catch glimpses of the noble _d eeds blazing on the bosoms of the centuries , like beacon li ghts illuminatin g the pathways of humanity, we realize the solemnity of life , its capabilities and divinity. ~ Vhen in the stillness of the soul thought burst into flame , and winged as it were , with li ghtning speed , sweeps a universe , a sudden vision of the mystery of life oppresses the spirit , and yet exalts it and reveals the di gnity of man. Excepting God Himself , what is there more wondrous than the existence of the finite amid the Infinite , than this birth of feeling, thinking, seeing, and active princip le in our breasts , which but a short while since was insensate dust ? Yea , what is more marvelous than this , that we are living souls abroa...
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
ability preserve, protect , and defend the constitution is a tolerabl y easy thing to do; but the seal of that oath bears the symbol of a supreme responsibility, and it is this responsibility that gives his prerogative a graceful and legitimate di gnity. Again , if we behold the grand developments in science and art , the stately march of history the emanations from the centre of learning and philosop hy, all the brave and manly works of man , they will strike us with wonder and amazement, an d they in themselves act uate us to exclaim , yes, life is worth living. Hence being satisfied with the universality and importance of these three acts, to grasp opportunities , to assume responsibilities and to do brave and manl y work , it is only in proportion as we accommodate ourselves to them that we can fai rly realize t hat li fe is wort h living. And lastl y, behold in Gethseman&s gloom that sublime personality, overcome with agony inex pressible, fall on his f ace and pray, "N...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
buildings were built in which those who desired could pursue and advance their studies. Of these buildings none are better known than the Alexandrian library, which was built near the great harbor. The exact date of its founding is not known , but it was during the reign of Ptolemy I. and it was extended by both Ptolemy _II_. and _III_. Ptolemy I. did all in his power to enlarge the library. All nianuscripts of the ancient writers that could be obtained were procured : the Alexandria seamen were instructed to purchase all the old manuscri pts they could find , and where money would not avail to use force. So eager were th ey to hav e corr ect copies of the orig inal manuscri pts that often , on having the privilege of copy ing an ori ginal , they would retain the ori ginal and give back the copies. At the time of Ptolemy ’s deat h th is lib rary contai n ed fifty thousand volumes , wh ich h ad increased to seven hu n dred th ou sand vol u mes by the time of C ~ sar. These volumes co...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
all professors will concede , for they must observe that the student ’s "blue Monday " is a reality. Oti Friday ni ght the student has a feeling of freedom , since he reasons , " there are two clays betwixt me and recitations and he takes the evening almost without an exception in his literary and fraternity ball or in making calls. In fact this is the onl y ni ght suitable for these purposes , and the y are necessary to his proper _d evelopment. On Saturday he has numerous "nic _._n acs ’’ and often back or outside works to brin g up ; this is the onl y day he has for such thin gs and crc he is aware Saturday is ended without lessons prepare d _and with the alternative of studl ying on the Sabbath if he wishes to make good recit ations. Ma ny may, and do say, that the _stud ent could stud y on Friday or Saturday evening—if he woul d— —the same as any other evening, and thus insure good Monday recitations. In theory th is may seem easy enoug h , but th e practica l side is difficult...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
_- Spindle spent his vacation at Lock Haven with , his friend , Mr. Krupe , and came ;back looking happy, and reports hav ing a _good time. Aunt Minnie , here ’s one of them boys put the egg in my pocket " ; then Sam says Oh , it was-was somebod y else, and-and he thinks ‘tis me.’’ _‘ Lieutenant S. S. Pague , Commander of this Post , ~ vill be relieved , on the 1st of _Jul y, by Silas A. Wolf , of the Fourth Infantry, United States Army. The Seniors have almost comp leted arrangements for their Class-clay during the cornin g commencement week , Their programme will SOOn l)e publishe _d . Our friend Mock has always been called by the _lad ies of I’. S. C,, an irresistable masher , but the Altoona girls think him an Angelic Creature. Poor soul , uncover your wings. Sympt oms of last Spring ’s ep idemic have been noticed in several of the young men. It woul d be well for the Doctor to take these cases in hand at once, so as to prevent contag ion. Ellenberger has a much better control o...
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
Since the organization of the Whist Club quite an interest has been awakened in this pleasant and scientific game. Now you hear throug hout the College,, instead of the question : "Do you play Whist ?" The question : "Do you play by Pole or Cavendish ?" A QUERY FROM A PRO F. — " Would it be proper for me to go out walking with a young lady who has written me a note asking me to do so "? Answer— " By no means. If she is agreeable and handsome, ask one of the College students to take you r place ; if not , then its a case to lay bef ore the Facult y that they may take immediate steps for your pro. tection. " THE GLEE CLUB AT THE LOGAN HousE. — Freshman— " Waiter stellen _mm em glass of water soglerch _I_" Sophomore— " _Domesti que , donne z mo i a glass d’an _I_" Junior— " Waitah put in motion th y conglomerate mass of molecules and haste to me with the sparkling fluid from the fruit of natuah _I_" Senior— " Waiter , water ; hear ?" The Sophomore ’s capacity for hard cider i ~ somethi...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 April 1889
Soon beneath the quiet shade tree, Where the hammock gently sways, Will the love-sick College maid flee, There to dream away her days. Soon will Deer Park’s shades be ringing, With the shouts of laughter sweet ; Each loud note its echo bringing ; Some one there his love to meet. But , alas ! how short these dreams are ; Love—a thing but for a day ; First, and for a while, our load-star, Then it fades and dies away . Report of Statistican for Easter vacation Eggs Per Per Per Meal. Day. Vacation " Dadd ," 5 15 _105 " Fredd y, " 434 _‘334 . _9534 Moore, 534 7634 _ii_6 _34 ‘Camp., 6 18 _126 Total , 2 _1 6 3 443 Bill of Fare at the " Hotel Sally _Dc Long " during vacation : Eggs Fried , Eggs Boiled , Eggs Poached , Eggs Scrambled , Egg Omlet , Roasted Eggs, Fricassed Eggs, (A La Spring Chicken.) Desert—Egg Pudding. Cake—Egg Cake Coffee. Water. ECHOES FROM THE GLEE CLUB TRIP. — While in Clearfielcl the boys amused themselves in various ways. A party of three stood upon t,he brid ge and wa...