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THE FREE LANCE.
THE FREE LANCE.
Pahfished monthly daring the college year by the Students
(f the Pennsylvania State College.
IVA UM R. M. CAMP, 'g t
N. H. SULOFF, '9l
F. j, POND, '92; Lit. WILLIS MCKEE, '92; Loc.
N. M. LOYD, '92; Exch. E. P. Burrs, '93; Loc.
R. W. WILLIAMSON, '93; Personal.
Business Alan 'r, H. E. GREENWOOD, '93
Assistant Mitnager, FRANK ORRIN, '93.
One Volume (9 Laos )
TERMS; Single Copies, . .
Payable in advance.
Contributions of inattor and other Information are requested
from ell members and ox•memhers of the College.
Literary !natter should bo addressed to the Editor,
Subscriptions, and all business communications, should be ad
dressed to the Business Manager,
Entered at Slate College Post Office as second class matter
WE possess copies of nearly every
issue of the LANCE since the
first. Anyone wishing to complete a
volume or volumes can procure the de
ficient numbers by applying to the Busi
ness Manager. Next to a carefully
written diary, we can conceive of no
better record of the student's college
days, than a bound volume of the jour-
STATE COLLEGE, PA
, FEBRUARY, 1891
nals published during his time at col
THE . Editor wishes to express deep
regret that he failed to detect in
both the manuscript and proof sheets of
the January number, remarks on friends
of the college which were very personal
and offensive. It is not intended that
we shall publish matter of a light char
acter concerning persons who are not
immediately connected with us as stu
dents ; any failure to avoid such is of
course inexcusable on the part of the
Staff and reflects discredit upon the
AN important measure has been tak
en, we think, in the arrangement
by which the young ladies of the insti
tution are allowed the privilege of using
the gymnasium during portions of cer
tain clays of the week. The advantages
to be gained in gymnasium practice are
as great to women as they are to men,
perhaps greater in this case. Here, the
young men have military drill at least
three times during every week of the
year ; they have the advantages of active
field sports during a much longer time
than such field sports as ladies can in
dulge in can possibly be carried on ; at
all times outside recitation and practicum