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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
The matter has aireadl y created so much unnecessary trouble to all concerne _d that the cvii should no iongei- ex ist. Much greater justice wou id be shown the students if the notice would plainl y state that such a one has been absent from some college exercise three times since the opening of the term , and so not leave the impression that he has been regularl y neg lecting his work , * * T‘4_’ HIS being the last issue of TilE _FREE LANCE for the year of ‘88 and ‘89. the Staff has endeavored to add to its interest by inserting a detailed descri ption of the improvements at our institution during the past year , instead of the regular literary matter. Doubtless, many of Pennsy lvania State Colleges’ Alumni have not even heard of the rap id stridles she has been taken latel y, and will appreciate the changes , while those of our readers who are unfamiliar with the College can obtain an idea of what it is. The Business Manager has taken advantage of this edition to send out samp le ...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
of two club houses and the opening of fourth floor clear out , we feel that all who coni c will be able to find pleasant quarters. ** * _"]"HE cop ious rainfalis throug hout Pennsy i-~ . vania during this season , can be accounted for as entirel y compatible with the success of the Constitutional Amendment ballot , Mother nature , fearing that her resources would be materiall y damaged by the great change from the li quid form of hops , barley , corn and rye to her own sparkling produ cts. has exerted her every effort to make the supp ly equal to the demand. However it has all been for nothing. * ~~~~ E following paragraph recentl y appeared _J in the columns of the Pittsbur g h commercia l Gar ~ ette : The State College near _Jfell efo _mm te walked off with $125, 000 mole of the State ’s _b one)’ yesterday , F_’or yea rs past this has been going on and what has the Mtate at lam’ge to show for the heavy expendit ure? Almost nothin g—onl y the results of _mm _ord inary good academy,...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
ions and conditions ," and pled ged " the faith of the State to carry the same into effect. " This was in substance an agreement to accept the grant of lands made by Congress , and to provide such buildin gs , equi pment and other facilities as mi ght be required for the proper use and app lication of such fund. During the twenty years , from _i866 to _i_887, following the appropriation of this grant to the State College, not a dollar was given by the State for the fulfilment of its pled ge to the Nation , The current impression doubtless was what the Gazette indicates , that the annual income of the College came from appl’opriations by the State Legislature ; but such was not the fact, Its onl y income was that derived from the fund accruing from the sale of the Un ited Stat es lands , with the sli ght addition ori ginall y made by the State to compensate in part for the low price at which its officials had sold the scri p, Meanwhile , in sp ite of every disadvantage , the in stitu...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
Our graduates for the last five or six years , take equal rank ~ y ith those fiom similar institutions , antI students going from the State College to the best institutions elsewhere have been admitted , in every instance , to the same gi ade that they held in the College. The onl y reason wh y the State College has not hereto fore hel _d equal rank with sim ilar institutions in other States has been the fact alread y referred to , that it has not heretofore been provided with the necessary equi pment and appliances for doing effective work, That defect the Legislature has very largel y supplied , and the future of the institut ion i ~ full of promise. In fact the best commentary upon the whole subject is found in the simp le statement that the number of students in regular atten dance and pursu ing regular courses , has more than dioubled within the last five years , the number this year being just two hundred , - 3 ~ Space will not l_) el’mit the discussion of the opinion expresse...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
If every thing that ha ~ made men famous had been the results of effoi-t s prompted by good motives , the world would have been the gainer ; but in many cases the good done has been undone by some ambitious pci-son in order to have his own name broug ht before the world. 1-le does not stop to consider that lie is tramp ling on the fallen fame of another , neither _d oes he caution himse lf as to the effect upon his own character and upon the morals of his countrymen. Better by far for himself anti his fellow citizens , had lie been left in oblivion. Ambitidn is praiseworth y when the end is honorable. When it tends to lift up a man ’s character , and his acts produces a good effect upon the peop le. Fame comes unsoug ht for to the honorab le man , bat when fame is secured throug h the price of vice and foll y, anti has no other basis than the broken iau rels of another , it is better to drive the lust of praise from one’s breast , It is better to die an unblemished life and _d ie un...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
ratories have been heretofore confled to the basement of the main building _, The Main Building is a plain structure of niagnesian limestone , two hundred and forty feet in length , ei ghty feet in average breadth and five stories in hei ght. The building is heated by steam and li ghted by incandescent electric li ghts. The halls , in general are broa _d , cheerful , well li ghted aud tastefull y finished , a fact that will be appreciated by visiting Alumni , who i’emember the old , narrow and dark ones , The old , narrow stairways have also vanished in these , our prosp erous days , anti now on each side of the main entrance , a nicel y carved ash wood square spiral stab-case winds its way to the fifth floor , li ghted on each floor by the openings afforded by two large windows, This building contains the chapel , library, society halls , d rawing-roonis , dormitories , class rooms and cabinets. The new chapel , which occup ies what was the first and second floors of the central wi...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
are to be expended in new apparatus and the " Sargent System " introduced. The Mechanic Art Shop is an attractive two-and-a-half story frame building, situated on the sonthern part of the campus along the front street. The first floor is divided into two apartments , _omi e of which is the blacksmith shop, which contains a number of forges ami d all necessary imp lements. The other apartmem it is the machine shop, which contains several lathes , a large drill anti plane , vises and all tools ami d n-m achinery needed to give good instructiom i . Tile second floor is occup ied as wood-turning ami d carpenter shops. The wood-turning si-mop contains lathes , a _bau d ami d circular saw, etc. The carpenter shop is fitted up with carpenter benches , am-m _ci each student taking this practicum , is supp lied with a full set of first class tools. In all these departments a student is supposed to comp lete so niami y pieces of work systematically arranged. Experienced men act as instructors...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
_pealedl . Previous to ti -mis time , ti -me Q. T. V. fraternit y had existed , sub rosa. The samc year that the " anti fi ’at .’’ law was repealed , the Phi Gamma Delta fi-aternity established a ch _aptet - in the College, anti last Fall a chapter of the Beta Theta Pi was establishe _d . The Q. T. V. " frat . " occupy the entire _second floor of ti -me Foster block , and iiext September , bot _h ti-m e Phi Gamma l)eita anti ti-m e Beta Theta Pi _ch apters expect to open their chapter houses , now in corn-se of erection. These buildings are all situated in the town. The Theta Nu Epsilon , a Sophomore society, has a flourishing chapter in ti-m e College. TI-mere are three local fraternities , two in ‘‘ prepd iom ," and a Dutch letter , ti-m e Fow Ypsilon Tset. on college side. Fraternity life , thoug h new at Pennsy lvania state College , ~ vill soon become one of ti-me leading features. This article is written for the purp ose of interestimi g our Alumni in their Alma Mater , _ati d...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
A new watering place has been opened for ti-m e season at State College. For ti-me bene fit of the public we would say that none but prepam ’atory students am-e admitted , Dan forth ’s unexpecte _d drop into ti-m e frog pond , seems to _h ave had a dampening effect ott ti-m e imTh abitants of ti-mat watery district , as they have not croaked , " y-a-u-r-ci-d-m’-u- n-K " since, Bal dy," (who prides himself oti his irresistabih ity , to Bellefonte g irl). _— " This is a beautiful day , Mis s X." Miss X. (very coldl y turning away).— Rather cool , don ’t you think , M r. W At _tit e base bail gamii e, _(_1st girl). — " Oh t I just dote on base ball _I I could sit and watch Mr . Brew catch flies all day. " 2_nd girl , (wi-mo has onl y caug ht ti-me latter part of ti-m e remark) , — " The idea I Do you take Mr. Brew for a fl y-trap ?" Commandant to l3aid y: " Mr . Quartermaster , where is ti-mat sponge-staff ?" Bald y.— " I don ’t know, " Coni niandant. — _" Go anti hunt it. " Bal _ti y—...
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
CLAS S DAY PROGRAMME o ~ ‘89. The class day exercises will beg in on Tues day, Jum -me 2 5th , at 3 o’clock P. M. Ti-m e 1)t’o gm’anirne to be as follows : IN THE CHAPEL. Music by the Orchesti’a. Opening Address by the Class _Presid ent R. I’. _Swnnk Ctass Ilistory J. 1). _IIunt _ei Class Oration j. r. Jackson _l’rcsentation Otation W_, _13_, N. _Hawk ON THE CAMPUS. Class _I_’oem 1-f . C. _Illair . Ivy Oration j M. _Waldron. Prop hecy U. S. G. Keller. A niag ic lantern entertainment of Pilgrim ’s Progress was given in the Presbyterian chapel on Saturday evening, May 2 5th , by Professor I. Thornton Osmond , for the benefit of ti-m e church. Prof. Osniond was abl y assisted by Prof. Geo. McKee, who mani pulate _d ti-me sliding scenes with gm’eat ability. As a whble, ti-m e entertainment was quite interesting am-md instructive , amid , we believe , hi ghl y reniunera . tive , We are in receipt of a communication which we take to be a report of " The Young Ladies ’ S. 13. G. Society. T...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE. _Id . 1st _Ii_. _I_’ . 0. A. _I ~ . _McLenn , _C., _, _, 2 2 _11 2 0 _Musset_’, C,, 1st , _1 0 9 0 0 Mock , 3d , _I 2 3 3 0 Brew , c. _I_’., , _m _i _i o o _Ellenberger , p., 0 0 0 14 0 _Aiiil , 2d 0 0 2 2 1 _Musser. F., s. s,, , , o _i o 1 o Linsz,, r. f., _, z _i o o o Jackson , W. _11 ,_1. f,, o o _i ~ _‘_l_’_otais , . : : _~~~ ‘ _~~~ ‘ ; ; _PHILLIP _SBURG . _It_, I _ii_, _P. 0. A, _it , M yers, 1st , C, 0 1 15 1 0 Miles , \V., c., 1st , , 1 0 _11 2 0 ._\_liles , _E., p., s. s., 1 _1 0 8 0 Carey, _1. f., , 0 0 0 0 0 Riley, 3d_1 ~ ~ Scott , I. f. , , o o o o _I bones, _2c_1, o o o 2 0 Sankey, _i_’. f., , 0 0 0 0 I Armstrong, _S. S., c., o o I 10 1 _‘_l_’ ota _ls, _, . . 2 2 27 23 3 _ir ~ _NmNc;_s_. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 T_(YI’AI_. _l_’ennsy m vania State College , 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 6. I’lsilli _psburg, 0 0 0 0 0 _I 0 0 I 2. _SUMMA_1_t _\’ _,—llases on balls , Armstrong z struck out , by Elicnbergei’ 14; by Armstrong _11 ; 3 base _hit , l lrew 2 base hit , M...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
‘77, TI-m e Rev , Geo. A. Landes who has been for some time past a missionary among ti-m e _Cath olics at Coritiba , 13m’azil, is soon to return to ti-m e United States. ‘ 79. S. V. _Hoh hiday has beemi appointed Collector of Customs at ti-m e port of Et-ie. ‘84. E. L. Orvis has beemi canvas simig Centre Co. for the Prohibitioti cause. _‘8g. Rev. Owen Reber has accepted a charge _iii a Lutheran _ch urch , at Buttonvi _h le , Canada. ‘85. R. F. Humiter of Buffalo Ruti , _speti t a day among 1-mis numerous friends at P. S. C. recentl y. ‘86, Harry E. Pattersomi has publishe _d _aim article imi ti-m e _Amaru caiu Chemical 7ournal, on improved apparatus for fat determination. ‘87. _Wnm. P. Fisher _grad uates at the Co. lunibia Law School this year. ‘87. A. 0. Shaeffer was recentl y elected County surveyor of Camiieromi , Co., Pa. ‘88. Geo. M. Downing expects to visit us durin g Commencement week , ‘88. A. Scott Harris , in connection with his position as resident manager of ti-m e Chest...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
Richmomi d college has mep orted that ti-me field day for sports was a success. We are glad to see ti-me athletic fever extending into time southern colleges. The oldest nicniber in time graduating class of omi e of our We ~ tern colleges is a nian wi-m o has weathered the storms of sixty-five winters. He has a son who is also a member of the san-m e class and is twenty-f _oum r years of age. -—--—-a—. LETTER BOX. FRANKL IN AND MAR SH A LL COLLEGE PA., May i6, _1889. To the Editors of ThE FREE LANCE : Franklin and Marshall is i ~ earing the end of another year ’s work. Senior test is over and the Class of ‘89 is looking forward to the week of commencement , which will em roil it among the list of Alumni. Recentl y the Boam’d of Trumstees appropriated one humidreci dollars to the support of athletics. Our advantages being somewhat limited for field sports and gymnastics , we can there fore appreciate such arm appropriation. This has stirred up ti-me enth usiasm of the " boys." A shor...
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
U 1J_11 LONDON TH ~~ _1DB RE _PIDY M ~~ DE Automatic Cut-Off Engine CLOTHING. I _____ $12 $12 pr ng Made Spring Overcoats \Vill suit you _cx _nct _i y. It is Fe ~ fecI in u’Vu rJ’ _/)_Qrl ~ i _cu_/_ar . Specialties : Full Suits , $9.50, worth $i 5.00. _l _homt)_sOn ’s Patent-Cut Trousers , $5.00 , worth $7.50. London , _i r _~ i _~~ , _~ — Also note London’ s Latest styles in’ Spring PERFECT REGULATION AND Overcoats, H IGHEST ECONOMY. " ‘rime Pall Mati Overcoat. " "rhe _Beaufor t Overcoat ," TRACTION PORTABLE ENGINES, " The _Piccad _ill y Overcoat , " _____ STEAM ROAD ROLLERS, BOILERS AND SA _WJiLLLP
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
1121 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Commencement, C/ass Day, _Fraternity, Reception, and Wedding Invitations, Programmes, Menus, &c. Steel Plate Work for Fraternities and College Annuals. Designs for Annual Covers and Cartoons. Fine Stationery with _~ ‘raternity or Class Die, Monogram, Crest, Address, &c. All work is executed in the establishment tinder our personam I Wor keit by _oxhnus t _stoiti n front non-condonsitig engi nes. sup _ervision , _tu _tu onl y in the best manner. U_,,cqualcd _5_,cilitics _I and long practical experie nce enable us to produce the newist Is beyond doubt the most econo _m ical boiler feeder in the _sts ’ les anti _m ost artistic effects , while our reputation _ls ~ guarantee market. For part iculars add ress _o( the quality of the productions of this house, SáHA pPER & BUDENBERO. 40 John Street , New York. _lDesigns, Samples and Pri ces Sent on App licnt _lor Or , _18 South Canal St., Chicago , ill .
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
The finest line of Woolens a/ways on hand—all through the year PIonI ~ omQry 4 ~ ó., ToJIor ~ - —I B .eLLe F ONTe _. P • _l Sole Agents for JACOB REED’S SONS’ CHILDREN’S CLOTHIN_•. All the new designs _In _‘VBAVlILING BAGS, _SRA_.W L STRAPS SUMMER CLOTHING, and TRUNK STRAPS.
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
Eqtab _lls hed _1851 EIIVIER _(_Se_: _,AJyEENE) Estabit ahed _1851 _Importer e and _Manufactur er_. of CHEMICAL S _i CHEMICAL APPARATUS Bohemian Glassware, Nickeiware , German Glass Goods, Platinware , German Porcelains , Balances and Weights _, Filter Pa pers , Graduated Ware , etc., etc. All kinds of Testing Apparatus, Reagents and Bottles. Sole Agents for Renowned Factories 205, 207, 209 and 211 Th ird Ave nue , Car. _18th St., New York ~