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T-he end aloft shall be ir.y aim,
H-owever dark my road to fame,
E-’en though I bear a boastful name,
F-ree on my pinions must I be,
R-egarding most my liberty !
E-nticing haunts entice not me,
E-’er I have made my pathway free,
L-ance in my hand I’ve thus a chance,
A-gainst the cold world’s haughty glance,
N-ow plunged I am in life’s gay dance,
C-ome, for my college to enhance,
E-mblazoned as the bold Free Lance !
—Straw hats—sun downs,
—Where is the foot-ball team ?
“no brains ” ? How so?
—The “clock-tinkers” have the blues,
—What caused such a bustle in chapel ?
—P. S. C. ‘hep’ ! ‘hep’ ! ‘hep’ I boom-m-m
—At last one long felt want has been provided
—a college journal.
—'“Fuzzy” now sways the gavel over the heads
of the Washingtonians.
—“Gobble’s” eyes at the party O, —■—o ! At
breakfast next morning .
—The Athletic Association expects to build, a
quarter-mile runnirg track during the coming
—i'Tis by the aid of our field glass only that
\V: can see a new laboratory and electric light in
—The tennis tournament which was begun last
fall was finished this spring. The prizes were
distributed as follows •: tst, $8 inlaid racket, Jas
Hamill 5 2nd, #4.50 racket, W. B; Jackson j 3rd,
$2'.50 racket case, J. P. Jackson.
THE FREE LANCE. v
—The Preparatory' students 'gave a large ban
quet at Easter aVid invjiedJijill their-College friends
—The Lawn-tennis Association has appointed
a committee <*f>th|jee . to superintend the erection
of five courts. ,Lg , - _ •
—The young Tallies have taken to marching in
and out of chapel, and they present a very attrac
—Just look closely and see if you cannot find
a close resemblance between our Library and
Rip Van Winkle.
—The only place that the Freshman is not
permitted to follow in the Sophomore’s tracks—
across the campus
—Perhaps Hickman would rejoice with exceed
ing great joy if April Fool day occurred two or
three times a year.
—Why not have a Glee Club at P. S. C. as all
■other colleges of importance have ? We do not
lack good voices.
, —lt is quite prolis6lj2 ( that the next petition to
Ijfie Faculty will IjA tjb Sauerstown to a
safer distance from* ! mesbliege. 1..
-H*C. Qu igley, of ’9O, has left the college
to go to West Point. Henry, we ext,end our hand
and wish you'unbounded success.
—W. P. Woodward, of Howard, Pa., a former
student of P. S. C,, has returned to the college
and connected himself with 'B9.
—Ducking continues to be the rage although
the plastering has fallen upon the heads of many
of the inmates of the rooms on third and fourth
floors, with almost fatal' results, musing a slacked
—ll. C. MeCla-a "', Special Chemistry, has per
formed some seventy odd analyses. This is a
considerable amount of work to do in the speci
fied time of twelve weeks. McClaran possesses
all the energy and persistence requisite to become
a successful chemist.