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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
€t ~~~ rs tIkn ~ ed! Eight Princi pals, Eleven Assistants, and a number for Music, also Art and Specialties. Send stamp for application form and circulars of information to n ~~ iol_2_)_er _~ GI ~ oo1 ~~ zpp1 ~ j _1_Br ~ re a u Mention title paper. Ol-IICA GO , ILL ,
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 June 1889
Penns Iva n.ia S*thi_,e College Locat ed in one of the most beautiful and healthful spots in the Allegheny Region ; denominational ; Open to both sexes ; Tuition Free ; Board and other expenses ver y low. LEADING DEPARTMENTS OF STUDY z. Agric ithure ( Two Courses), and Agr icullural C _’/_iemislry _; with constant illustrations ofl the Farm and in the Laboratory. 2, Bolany and Horticuilure _; theoretical and practical. Students taught original study with the microscope. _3. _Chemistry , _. with an unusually full and thorough course in the Laboratory. _~ z_, Civil Engineering , ’ very extensive field practice with_, best modern instruments. 5. History; Ancient and Modern, with original investigation._’ 6. Ladies’ Course in Litera ture and Science ; Two years. Amp le facilities for Music, vocal and instrumental. 7. Langua ge_. and Litera ture ; Latin (optional), French, German and English (required), ‘ one or more continued through the entire course. 8, Mathematics and Astronomy , _‘ ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
OC TO BeR , 1339. _II ~ VoIu _iTh ~ _‘Thr _~~ . // flumb ~ r Four. _I _~ )L _1_/ . _H I _~ ? _ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~ ~~ _. ~ _,_11 __ _~ - __ ~~ ~~ ~~~ ‘ " ? 4 ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ _, ~~~~~ itt’ l ’l ~ ~~~~~ CON TE ~ NTS S . _E l_)l’IOi_1_i _Ai_._S ~ - . . . . _19 _1 _LOCAI_._s , . _. _. _. . _~ ‘_- ~ 7 _Ii r ~ _Ilillilul _. _NIGI ii’s AN , _iii _~ iii ~~~~ _PuIIS ON ~~ . . ~ 11 _‘Lit _c_:_Ilpu_,_c _- _i S 01 _’ C _IA _~ iOCA _u _ANO Sc _I _1_N_1’l _I _I _IC _i_’IIA _I NI _~ I _, 203 CoI _l _i _~ oø 02 _HIr , _. _. . _. _212 Lu _I_•_I_1 ? _. 204 _Kxcui _~~ u; _ir _, . 2 _I ~~~~ _IHliOHSIIIII_,_IVII _(_ii , _. S _- 20 _11 _11 _(_11 I _~ OX , . • . _. . . 2 13 The Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. _____ -- _.-- .- _. _- . _. _~~~~~ - ...---..-_— .
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
Bonus= Meior= Optimuá Accident Insurance is , Good ; Life and Accident In surance is Better A 6 per cent. ENDOWMENT BOND that co m bi nes PROTECTION in case of deat h fro m an y cause , with an ABSOLUTE CER-‘rAIN’I’v FOR ONE’S OLD AGE , and guarantees should death occur within twenty— - five years to pay the face of the Bond WITI-1 MORE THAN ALL _‘I’HE INSTALMENT S PAll) FOR IFS PURCHASE —that sort of contr act ts 0/ 1// ill/ IS. Send address and age to the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company; 926 Chestnut St., Phi ladelphia , Pa. IIENItY _(_I _. _f RO WN, Seo’y anI Tr _etis. J ESSIL J. _1_St 1U( ER , _AoLuui ry_.
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
EVERY DAY Music The sound of’ one of’ _‘J)lTsoN _Cotsi ’ANY s _fam ous OIJITA-RS, _UAN ,_JOa_, M ~~ Nlfl) _l ~ I _NS_, is always in _(_IfliHOn with _restfccl _,p_(_eas_. tire on _stu ffier or winter _ciays_. Most enjoyable Music Books are_:_— COLL EGE SONGS , (50 _etC.) 150,000 sold_. COLL EGE SONGS _tot ’ _lianj o (_$1 _._15_).) _aultctr _(_$ _1_.00.) 0001) OLD SONGS WE USED TO SING , (_$1.01).) PRA ISE IN SONG, (40 _etS.) New Gospel _Son _~ e_. TEMPER AN CE R ALLYING SONG S, (a t’ _cts_.) SONG HARMONY , _(_u0 _etC. ) _i_?_ine _4_pn_._rtoongs. POPULAR SONG COLL EOTION , ($1.) 87 good _eong ~ . BONG CLASSICS , (_$5 ,_119) 50 _lmtgli_. _elcsss _song_.. SONG CLASSICS , ALTO VOICE , (*1 00) 47 songs. CLAS SIC TENOR SONGS (_$_l_._00_) _30 _sofl_(_us_. CLASSIC BARITONE OR BASS SONGS , (_$_L_00_) :_ia _conies. CHO ICE VO C AL DUETS, ($5.00.) _‘l’lit_, _newest.. PO PULAR DAN CE MU SIC CO LL _~ I0_PION , ($5.00.) POPULAR PIAN O COLLECTION, ($1.00) 27 _pIeces. CLASSIC AL PIANIST, (_$1_.00) 4...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
INSURE AGAIN ST ACCIDENTS —IN _‘i’IIIt—Mallufacturers’ Accideut Co OF GENEVA , NEW YORK. Cost , $13.00 per Year. 334 Cts. per Day. ALL VALID CLAIMS PAID AT SIGHT, Policy-holders are protected by $5o,ooo deposited with the New York Insurance Department. If you carry insurance for 20 years you will be carried the balance of life free. GEO. T. BUSH , Agent , NEW BUSH ARCADE , BELL. EFONTE , PA.
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
DEPOT FOR Sporting an d Athletic Goods APPARATUS AND APPLIA NCES FOR PHYSICAL CULTURE. SOLINGE N FENCING FOILS , etc. "FRICTION " ROWING MACHI NE. At Gymn asiums, Club Rooms, anti Pr ivat e 1-louses , Professionals as well as Amateurs use them with as niucn satisf_.tction as an _aIl_._r _ottn d exei’cisem_’ . ~~~~ Send for Illustrat ed Catalo gue. A. J. REAOI-I & _CO.
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
L R L M R At 4k _._c_’_ae_. _‘ _F.. _, ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~ ~~~ ~~ r1 J J - _[ 1 N o. 206 MARKET STREET HARRISBURG , PA. The Oldest Establishment in the City. _~ ?xbin ~ I Phofo ~ r ~ ph5 $3.00 ~ er Pozen. All Work Carefull y Finished and Guaranteed Strictl y First Class. _li_?_lG_111_Ul ~ ES 4 ~ OP _I ~~ D AND _€_NI_4 A ~~ G _SD. OU TIt-DOOl ~ _UIS W S _/ ~(_t ~~ _OU_1 _~ s _~ I SP _~ _iGlAL _~ wy Made According to Order. LeRU E _LEMER , HARRISBURG, PA ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ 5 ~~~~ ~
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
W. ROWE & BR® _WIiOL _1_ISALIS _ANt) RUTAIL _1_)_ItALE_1_IS IN Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Windo w Shades _1_DIF ~~_OI ~ 9, _~ t ~ _AL_. _Lz _1 ~ APEU ~ S, _l ~ oUsE F_(_UI ~ NISHING GOOD S. R EF R IGERATORS , BABY CARRIAGES , NEW BUSH ARCADE , BELI FON E P& ~~ _~~ ~
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
DREKA Engraving and Fine Stationery House 1121 Chestnut St , Phil adelphia Commencement , C/ass Day, Fraternity, Reception, and Wedding _Invitations , Programmes , Menus , &c_. Steel P/ate Work for Fraternities and College Annuals. Designs for Annual Covers and Cartoons. Fine Stationery _wit_/_i Fraternity or C/ass , Die, Monogram, Crest , _At_/dress , _Sc. Au a’nrk _I_, _eaec_,_tt_, _~ ,_i the c_,t _,_1_,_U _~ hment _under _oni_’ _slipe _rvielon _, _ittil c _~ iiiy _ii _ti_, _Ins t _Illill _i er_. U _ie _1_itled _f_.,_ctlitie ~ _iiiii lon g _pr_,_ctic _I _capIr ie _lce _, _ciii _,_i _. _is to produce the _new, St styles _._i_,_d _,,_nat sri si _Ic nil _em , _wi I’_, _c., _icplit_..ti _.._n _in a _gsa r _h _ine of ti le _qu ality of tie produci _u_._s of *_h _is _house. Desi gns , _Sam ples and Pt’iees Sent _on _Applicat _iom C1339. J ~ IJTUM ~ ~ ~~ ~~ ond on StyI ~ FALL OVERCOATS , _FAi _~ 1 ~S UITS , F .LL TROUSERS. HE sty le , character and cj _~ ia _1_ity 1of our Special...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
The SOHAFFER ~ v BUDENBERG Improved •Cxhaust Steam ojector \Vmn kiti by ox _lialist. _Stalin from non _.eontlensi tig engines. _lii _I_)_e _yiittt _i _douist _th e niust _eeutiotiiie_,_LI boiler feeder _In t _h e _niaricet. For paitietihars atidress SCHAP PER & BUDENBERO. 40 John Street , New York. Or , IS South Canal St., Ch icago , _III_. TH lD Automatic Cut-Off Engine ( _, ,,, ~~~~~~~~~~ ~ r(_i _~mr _~ mr _. — ~~~~~~~ ii _(_I _I_0 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PERFECT REGULATION AND HIG HEST ECONOMY. TRACTION PORTABLE ENGINES , STEAM ROAD ROLLERS. BOILERS, AND SAW MILLS FOUNDRY M _OHIN E DE _I I R 1ME N T . HARRISBURG CAR MANUFACTURING CO HARRISBURG . PA ~ ~~ ~~ . r ~~ ~ ~~
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
VOL. _III_. STATE COLLEGE , OCTOBER , 1889. No, _4 _._L_1_,,_/_crcd at .S’_/_a_._/_c _C_’o//egc _Post 0_._81_cc_. as _,_cccond_._cim_,_ss ma//cr . QUR readers will notice that there has been quite a change in the make up of the FREE LANCE staff , caused by the absence of Mr. Demming and Mr. Holmes from College , and the acceptance of the office of _busine ss manager by Mr.W. H._Walker , who was formerl y on the editoria l boar _d . We were very sorry to lose the services of these men but feel that they have been rep laced by competent and worth y members , who will exert every effort to make our journal even better than it has been in the past. * * * _r ~~ HE found ing of the chair in Eng lish by _._1 the Trustees of the coflege was an act for which they should receive the hearty corn menclation of every public min _d ed citizen of Pennsylvania. Not onl y have they extended the educational facilities of this institution of the State, but they have filled a long felt want in the esta...
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
there will be no danger of their disfiguring the batta llion in the spring. If we cannot keep our athletics upon the level that our institution demands them to be, let us drop sport altogether and _i ~ _ej _~~ ij i ~ forever in the back groun d when colleg iate games are spoken of. * _iii * THE opening of a new college year has broug ht back most of the old faces and with them quite a number of new OneS , all of whom , from their appearance , seem anxious to make good the opportunity they have of improving’ their mental _cond ition. We are indeed glad to say that the conduct of the _old toward the new is rapidl ly improving, and the smok _ings , du ckin gs and gauntlet running, which used to be so popular a remed y for the homesickness of new men , are all slowl y but surel y dy ing at P. S. C. ** _* THE question of conveniences for visitors and strangers is never so forcibl y im pressedl on our minds as during commencement . The hotel is not large enoug h to accommodate many guests...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
season. In these two branches of athletics we stand among the foremost , but in the third we are lacking. In the good old games of base ball and foot ball our records are replete with successes , but in the track and field _sp orts they are very distinguishabl y blank in the contrast , and wh y ? Simply because we have not tr ied them. We have given very little attention to those manl y exercises which show the worth of the individual more than any other sport , and about which the larger colleges vaunt themselves so much. The princi pal reason foi this is , without doubt , because we have not had the facilities. The mater ial , so far as men are concerned , is here in plenty, but we have had no gymnas ium , we have had no general athletic grounds. Now that both of these essential requirements arc here , let us spring boldl y out into this new field of venture. Let the authorities see that the necessary and complete apparatus be placed in the gymnasium at once. Let our track be _lai...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1889
the main purpose. The plan of all can still and ever must be classed under the general term , preparation for active life. No, it is not to these modifications , or more properl y speaking, these adornments and enlargements of the great central purpose itself that we ovve the reconciliation of practical every day sort of men to the _id ea of colleg iate training and preparation. It is rather because they realize the practical value by seeing the prac tical results of college education. It is because they see our college graduates working their way steadil y and surel y into the hi ghest pos itions of every vocation all over our land . It is because they see our country teeming with the products , the improvements and the inventions evolved from the fertile , thoroughl y trained brains of college men. Is is because they see college graduates achieving this success in every line , not onl y absolutel y, hut in the preference and to the detriment both of themselves andl of others who h...