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Offi 4 _ial and Faculty . Newa [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

Offi 4 _ial and Faculty . Newa DR . W . U . JOHNSON , President Dr . Johnson entered upon the duties _ol the President of _Lincoln University on December 2 , 1926 . When the news of the e ~ ection reached the student body of the university everyone was glad that such a man as Dr . Johnson had been chosen to guide the destiny of this great institution which means so much to the race . It is hoped that the new administration will be a progressive one , and , that under its influence the scope of the program of the university will be broadened and that we shall occupy a more conspicuous place _In the educational life of the nation and the , world . It _wlll be the beginning of a new era of educational progress adapting itself to the requirements of advancing , civilization as they affect the collegiate _world and the race . Dr . Johnson was born _Decemiber a 18 _( 5 , in New _‘ York City . He was educated at Princeton University from which he graduated in 1888 . Later ’ he graduated fr...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

B . L . CODER JEWELER AND OP _11 C ( AN OXFORD , PA

Publication Title: Lincoln News
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Mt . Sinai Speaks [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

Mt . Sinai Speaks THE SEMINARY H . A . Ki n _9 , MIdd ler . The seminary this school year is corn _prised o ~ eighteen students , besides two others who attend certain classes . These two men are Rev , Sha w of the A M . E . church , of Oxford , and Rev . _Duffy , of M t . Tabo r A . M . B . Z . church , of Avondale . SENIORS B . A . Baco te Bay A . L . Black Al F , F . Bryan Feli x F . P . Twine Doe , G . H . Whi te Rev . MIDDL _ERS J . J . Banks Jaspar C . C . Brown C 2 H . A . Ki ng Melek B , T _. Lewis Lu-Lu B . A . Henry Zekie A . L , Polk Doheney JU NIORS L . Foster . Jezebel B . P . Gibson Son nie B . A . Lockhar t _Stipend W . P . Stevenson Steve S . A . Walco tt Pious P . R . Walls Teddy B . Wrigh t Ben At the beginn ing of the year , M t . Sinai _cem-tainly - missed Squirt . It was through hi m that Doe , got his eloquence ; White his oratory ; and Bryan his fame as a poet . Concerning the graduates of last _yeai’ : Davis is stationed at Plea _santyihl e , New Jersey ; Gra...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
C . W . JACKSO N’S BILLIARD ROOM CIGARS CIGARETTES SOFT DRINKS , ETC . Cor . 4 th & Market , Oxford , Pa , [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

C . W . JACKSO N’S BILLIARD ROOM CIGARS CIGARETTES SOFT DRINKS , ETC . Cor . 4 th & Market , Oxford , Pa ,

Publication Title: Lincoln News
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

FOR REAL SERVICE IN TAILORIN G SEE HARRY SANTIROC OXFORD , PA .

Publication Title: Lincoln News
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La Societe [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

La Societe FRATERi NITY STRIFE Categories and classifications reduced to as limited a number as possible , confuse those students who navigate the ocean of knowledge . Not _satisfied with such comp li—cations students have added many mole classifications’ that are more or less artificial . Represented on this camnpus _ama foum ’ national fraternities that are ever competitive with each othe’r . Fraternity brothel ’s according to belief have similar charactem’istics , qualities and out-look upomi lifo— _’thus the fraternity . Even if that be tl’ue , which we doubt of course , our fraternity brothe mis not always the best man for some office that affects the university . We speak of politics as an old institution and condone its corruption on the basis that it is the best means to an end . T’here am’e times , however , when our _Lincoln _spim’it and our fraternity spirit are incompatible , There are times when we subject oum’ Lincoln spirit to our fraternity spirit and elect our excel...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

_’(‘ V _. _? _4 i i i r V . OCHS , _Photograi _, her OXFORD , PA . ~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

F . L . MAULE WATCHMAKER & _, JEWE ~ ER S . 3 r d ST ., OXFORD , PA .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

MONTMARTRE BEGGAR WOMAN Once you were beautiful , — Now , Hunched _iii the cold , Nobody cares That you are old . - - Once you were lovely , — Now , In the street , No one remembers Your lips were sweet , _011 , withered old lady Of rum s Fontaine , Nobody but Death Will kiss you again . LAN GSTON HUGH ES A LETTER TO ANNE Since I left you , Anne , I have seen nothing but you , Every day ‘ Has beemi your face , And every night your hand , And every road Your voice calling me . And every rock and every flower and tree Has been a touch of you . No wher e Have _I seen anything else but you , Anne . LANGSTON HUGHES POETS’ coRNER IN THE MIST OF THE MOON In the mist of the moon I saw you , 0 , Nanette , And you were lovelier than the moon . You were darkness , And the body of darkness . And light , And the body of light , In the mist of the moon I saw you , Dam ’ k Nanette . - LANGSTON HUGHES THEN When night embraces day with This tender arnis of dawn , A nd roses sprinkle fragrance on The...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

Students , See Samples for your needs In TOOTH PASTE , BRUSHES , SHAVING CREAM , LOTJONS , RAZOR BLADES , TALCUM POWDERS _H _AIR PREPARATIONS , ETC . S ~~~~~~ NEXT DOOR To GLOBE THEATRE OXFORD , PA .

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

ATHLETICS TUSKEGEE _. _~ - LINCOLN GAME . The _Lincoln Lions went down to an inglorious defeat in favor of the Tuskegee Tornadoes on the historic soil of Franklin Field . The game was one of the most spectacular and exciting intersectional contests ever witnessed in the east , _- About 1200 ardent admirers of the gridiron sport turmied out to see one of the hardest and cleanest fought battles in many a day . The weather for the game was threatening for awhile , but later a better day could not have been expected by the king of England and all his royalty . The Tornadoes , with two squads moving like _m achines , were’ the first upon the field , and then a little ’ later the Lincoln Lions made their appearance midst many cheers and yells , from the rabble section which occupied the stand offering the best possible view . About ‘ this _time the rabble was gradually becoming a unit and with the able’ leaderships of , the head cheer leader , Charlie Gibson , assisted by Kyier , Cooper a...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Contributions [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

Contributions MONUMENTAL NERVE That thing is most efficient , which real . _Izing that it is human to err , rights itself quickest after ‘ having erred . Regardless of the moral perfection of any contrivance or system , such contrivance or system , ceases to maintain its degree of efficiency with the lapse of time and change of conditions , The constant evolutIon of things , initiated by the incessant climb of civilization , continually throws ideas and customs into disca’rd . Thus , what is new today is old ‘ tomorrow and the impossible for us , becomes the accepted for our posterity . Hence , the actual nature of’ the scheme Is cosmic , relative , and the steady evolution of this system gives each element , each idea its place In its proper time , Comisider now if you will , our present method of awai’ding letters . I feel that it is now out of date , indeed , if it ever were in _chats , It does not ‘ satisfy conditions , but makes a farce out of them . _lam extremely pleased to o...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

factor in the building up of what we know is going to be a _cham _pionsh ip team . Thi s class of ‘ 28 welcomes to its ranks , Perry , Tack Howard , Watson , Ike Young , Peterson , Branch Dyer , Motely and Taylor . Although these are newcomers they have already caught ‘ the real Lincoln spirit and are falling in with the rest of the gang . What ’ s thi s matter with ‘ 28 ? She ’ s all right . Who says so ? Everybody . Who Is everybody ? All the pretties , because they know ‘ the prom is coming off In big tim _. for m , We ain ’t braggimi g but we am’s going to show the world _‘ how to go . The standard which we are going to set will be one which wil be held up potently as the acme of _ promclom . Let ’ s go , ‘ 28 so that when we meet in better days , we can say , Remember ‘ the nigh t . Tack Howard and Herb . Sinclair , originatot ’ s of the famous funnel gang , _stru ggled down to Pittsbum ’gh in the old struggle buggy ; they had only four blow-outs in each tire , The struggle bug...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Kolleg iate Krack s [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

Kolleg iate Krack s By ~ Faulkner . Ten Lincolmiites thought College very fine , One met a girl in Philadelphia then there _We m’s nine . _N’ine _Liincolnite _s cribbing was their trait , But one was caught In physics then there were sight . migh t Lincolnites , _an reading Niggsr Heaven , One lost the book , Then them ’ s were seven . Seven Lincolnites always up to tricks , One kissed a village girl , Then there were only six , Six _Ij _incolnites trying to learn to earn to thrive , One bought books from Bill _Skerrltt . Then them’s were five . _Pive Lincolnites m anning out the door , Wa ter fell on omi s , and then th ere were four , roar _Limicolnite _s as happy as can be , One rode In Oaffus ’ Foi’d then there were three . Thm’ee Lincolnites , right they tried to do , But one beconi e tired of trying . Then there were two . Two Lincolnites wanted to have some fun , So they went to Georgia . Now there are no ne . A woman is like a costly clock—pretty Lace , pretty movements , an...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927

PERPETUAL MOTION Rags make paper , Papem’ makes money , Money makes banks , Banks _malce loans , Loans make poverty , Poverty makes rags . The end of a perfect j oy-m’ide is when the ’ young lady jumps out of the auto . Customer : — It’s tough to pay fifty cents a pound for meat . Butcher : — Yes , but it ’ s tougher when you pay _thi im’ty cents for It . Prof . _— ~ Wh ei’e ‘ was Sheridan when he took his _famou s twenty miles ride . _Froshi . _— On a horse , of cou rse ,

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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