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THE FREE LANCE.
THE FREE LANCE.
Published monthly during the college year by the Students (f
The Penne,ylvanla State College
CURTIN G. Roor, 'B9.
JouN S. WELLER, 'B9. J. D. HUNTER, 'B9
H. R. LEYDEN, '9O. I. C. M. ELLENBERGER,'9O
B. W. LEMMING, '9O. J. H. SMILEY, '9l.
J. FRANK SHIELDS, '9l.
Businctis Manager W. H. WALKER, '9O.
ABBlBl. BUSiIICTS Manager : F. A. BRYAN, '9O.
Ono Vutunto (9 was.)
TERMS : / Single Copies,
Payable in Advance.
Contributions of matter and other information are re.
quested from all members and ex•menbers of the College,
Literary matter should be addressed to the Editor.
Subscriptions, and all business communications, should
bc addressed to the Business Manager.
Entered at Slat° College l'ost Office as second class walla
Wit- . HROUGH the enterprise and effi
„ ciency of. our business .manager,
Wik W. H. Walker, we are enabled to
enlarge THE FREE LANCE this issue.
We hope we may be able to continue
this. Subscribers and friends will con
fer a favor by being prompt in the pay
ment of small sums due TI-IE FREE
C °M sen E o
N b C e El\ e /I:l e \l l w y
? this year. Alumni and friends of the
College will find at this season a pleas-
STATE . COLLEGE, PA., JUNE, 1888
ant opportunity to enjoy the usual ex
ercises which will perhaps present some
new. features, and at the same time to
observe and inquire into the improve
ments and additions in connection with
the institution, now in progress or in
prospect. Friends of the College may
find more to gratify them than their
former annual visits afforded.
`UR base ball team deserves praise
for the interest it has kept alive
"Ar among the students in spite of the
difficulties with which it has had to con
tend. The team enjoys and merits the best
wishes of the students. Players should
remember. this and not be too sensitive
when persons outside happen to make
suggestions, If such persons are offen
sive and detrimental it is because they
arc over-anxious for the success of the
Churlishness on its part may
reverse:sympathy. We are sorry that
our team must suffer from the tardiness
of the authorities in putting the ground
in proper condition, but we are sure
that all the students have the greatest
confidence in the players.
, HE Y. M. C. A. has decided to send
one of its members to North
" field, Conn., to the School of Bi
ble Study conducted by Mr. Moody. A