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Edit orialet s [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927
Edit orialet s The Value of Spare Moments Let us assume for thi s sake of this discussion , that each individual who comes into this world alive Is to live three score years _and ten . This , howevem ’ , is no t exactly the case , fo r the average ‘ span of life _is around fifty-four years . At any i’ate if a perso n lives ‘ seventy years , this is equivalen t to approximately 25 , 550 days . One third of this time is needed for sleep , leaving abou t 17 , 000 days . Subti’act h alf of th is time ; for one must world to supply his economic need—to satiate his desim’s foi- food , Now if th is person is not a savage he will devote a certain amount of tinie each day to the care of his body . He will wish to be clean heal thy and strong . He will also utilize some time in i’eci’eation which canno t be classified as mental . These performnancss will require another 7 , 000 day s . Such a one would hav e probably 4 , 000 days to devote to the training of his mnind , 4,000 days ! 571 weeks...
Lincoln Wins First Inter racial Internationa l Debate [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927
Lincoln Wins First Inter racial Internationa l Debate On Decembe r 16 , 1925 , at 8 P . M ., a deba ting team from Oxford Umiiversity met a t e a mu fm’om Lincoln University a t t h s Be thel A . M , B . ch urch , which is located at the coi’nei’ of Druid Hill Avenue and Canvale Stm’eet , in Bal timor e , Md . The Oxford teani was composed of Messi . Giles H . Isham Mich ael A . B . Franklin , and Patr ick _Monkhouse . The Lincoln _team was compos ed of Messm’s . R . Esdras Turner M . Mendolsoh n Gibson and R . Huirst Hill , Thi s names ai ’ e given in the ordem’ in which the m en spoke . Thi s ‘ subject w as : Resolved : that t hi S hiouise opposes any change I _: i t h e Eighteenth Amendment . Oxford upheld t h e negative side ; Lincoln thi s affirmative . Thi s _buildimug , whose seating capacity is 2 , 500 , con tained so me 3 , 000 p _80 p h e , at leas t one fifth of whom wem ’ e white , Thi s rostrum was decorated with orange amid bl ue drapery _which am ’ e the colors both o...
LINCOLN NEW S [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927
LINCOLN NEW S Published _evc ~ y other _month by the students of Lincoln University vn _11 _w S / a _le of Pennsy lvania Su bscr iption : 50 c per yea r 15 c per copy Sent to any part of U . S . A . Advert ising Rates cheerfully given on request LITERARY STAFF R . E . Turner _Editor-in-Chief G . C . Morse Associate Editor N . H . _Nichols ‘ News Editor J , _II . Murphy Athletic Editor I . Faulkner Art Editor Prof . W . H . Johnson Advisor BUSINESS STAFF J . I . E . Scott Business Manager M A . Dade . . - . As ~ vt . Business ’ Manager F . F . Bryan Advertising Manager F . H . Lash - . . , Aszt . Advertising Manager H . D . Marshall ., ,,, Circulat ion Manager Jabez Leonard Clarke Secretary-Treasurer F . S . Belcher—Assistant Circulation Manager and Typist
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927
rect and manly . With characteristic emphasis and zeal , he maintained the high pace set by his colleague . His rewar d was paid in applause , Franklin , of the negative , followed . His part was that of the jester . He began by assuring the audience that his humor would not be deplorable nor his talk ridiculous , but indeed fitting and entertaining , And his statement proved to be partly true , for he was a good entertainer . Prominent among his jokes were these _I Why should we be denied the use of liquor ? We have every reason to believe that drink originated in the garden of Eden , for Eve pressed an apple to Adam ’ s side and they both saw snakes . You talk about the homes that have been wrecked by liquor ; think of the ships that are destroyed by water . _ _I refer you to Shelby and his bottle , By . ron for his apple cider , Keats for his Gm’sclan Urn . My opponent would have us ‘ prove by the Bible that liquor is ‘ good ; Paul advised the use of it for the stomach ache . Hil...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1927
The Oldest Institution in the United States for the LINCOLN 1 JNIVERSITY , Higher Education of ‘ Colored Youth OFFERS UP-TO-DATE COURSES Founded COMPETENT PROFESSORS AND 1859 OF I NSTRUCTIO N U N DER I NSTRUCTORS . ‘ TRAINS MEN FOR BUSINESS OR THE PROFESSIONS FOR INFORMAT ION , ADDRESS : COLLEGE . LINCOLN UNIVERSITY DEAN OF THE P . 0 ., PENNA
" LIability " [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1927
LIability Why Lincoln Unive rsity is a In the issue of the- Crisis for December , 1926 , Dr . W . E . DuBois _’ had Lincoln Universit y listed as a liability . We noticed th at Howard University was a _liaibiilty last _year , and- -a credit this year . The _obvioua change was the election of a Negro president . W . C . Paul received the following letter from an . inqüiry : My Dear Sir : - My reference to Lincoln University was on _ac-count of the fact Lincoln _- refuses to have her Alumni represented on the Board of Trustees or to appoint any Negro -professors . Very sincerely yours , W . E . _B-UROHLR ~ DT DuROIS Th ~ question is whether the appointment of _racs members on the Board of Trustees and the facu-lt ~ r would place our institution on the credit list . _If so , race must make a difference even though Dr . DuBois declared in a recent speech that there isn ’t any _such _thing’ as race . Since when were in . stitutions of learning - establish-ed for teachers ? Parents who ha...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1927
DR . DE WALT On February 5 , we were honored with the presence of Dr . De Walt of the Republic of Liberia . We were entertained and informed briefly about Liberia in chapel on that morning . The class in government was further enlightened in regard to the history of Liberia , and the proposed plans of the Firestone interests to break the British monopoly of rubber sources . Dr . De Walt has had quite a varied career . After great difficulty that was _evercome by his ambition , he _succeeded in landing in New- York in 1913 . He matriculated both at the , Glaflin Preparatory School and College , in Orangeburg , S . C ., graduating in 1920 . He returned to Liberia to teach , but ,- realizing the great need for dentists in his country _, _~ etunre _d , and entered the Dental School of Howard University . He graduated with honors in 1926 . He has traveled- considerably in Europe and’ in the United States . At present , Dr . De _Wait is engaged in lecturing in an effort to secure funds wi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1927
We have been able to - locate the following recent graduates : J . H . Ward ‘ 26 , is teaching in the Jervi s Christian Institute , Hawkins ,, Texas . Edward Archer is teaching in _Americus Georgia . - W . Colden , J . Archer , and A . _, Br ~ wn are teaching at the Booker T . Washington High- School , Norfolk , Va . William Taylor is coaching at Prairie View College , Texas . _- _- M . S . Briscoe is coaching and’ teaching at New- Orleans University . _- George Toodle is teaching -in Fredericksburg , Md . - _-. So-c Knight is ,. matriculating at _- the Law School of the University of Buffalo . _- - L . L . Donalson is teaching at North Carolina State Normal . J . _. D . Garth has a position in the Departmont of Agriculture , - Washington , -D . C . - Jazz Byrd is coaching at Florida A &amp; M Institute . DRAMATIC DEBUT The Dramatic Society made its debut Friday evening , Feb . 25 , amid the shrieks and . vociferous approvals of the much impressed enthusiasts who thronged th...
HONOR MEN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1927
HONOR MEN - - -SENIORS _- - GRO U ~ P 1—AS . F . Hubbard , J . I . E . _Scott _~ ‘ R . E . Turner . _- GROUP 2—C . D . Giles , W . H . Bowman , Jr _., _-G . _1 W . _Boffnian , R . A . Bro * n , H . S . Cummings , J . F . DDzier , I _, K . _Givens , J . 0 . Hopson , G . H . _Hugaly , Jr ., M . _- R . Kyl . or , _- _- F . C . Miller . N . H . Nichols , J . C . Sawyer , R J . J . Tate . _- - JUNIORS _- - GROUP _1—1 L , H . Murray , * W . H . Sinkler . c 4 ROU ; P 2—A . H . Anderson , T . H . Anderson . -F . -S . Belch-er M . -F . Carpenter , J . W . Caulder , G . W _, Coleman , H . M . Diggs , - I . D . Faulkner , J . W . -Haywood , Jr ., H . H . Hill , H . j . Jones , W . J . Mosee , A . P . Motley , D . ‘ B . Perry , J . T . ‘ Peterson , S . A . Rooks , H . L . _Summerall , T . C . Valentine , T . H . Webbar . D . W . Wyatt , G . C . Morse . - - _- - SOPHOMOR ES _- GROUP 1—H . M . Jason . - GROUP - _2—T . R . Espy , A . H . Jenk- - ins T . Mar-s-hall M . W . Mason , M . E . - Parka ,...
TYPEWRITING DONE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1927
TYPEWRITING DONE _- at - REASO NABLE RATES Have your _Theele , Speech , Report or _Eeea _~ , Typew ritten . Nearly typewritten wor k _Ie alwaye legible and _le conducive to better mirka . Corr er . _tione made _In Punctuation , Spelling , Etc . 24 Hour Service . - H . DONALD MARSHAL L , 16 LINCOL N HALL
~ _-:-MT _. SINAI SPEAKS _- ~~~~ [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1927
~ _-:-MT _. SINAI SPEAKS _- ~~~~ _- - -WHAT . THINK . YE OF CHRIST ? : - _:-, This -worl d - is a’ - great Laboratoty , of which ‘ we are’ all sch olars . Every day each one ests _’ u-p his own appãratus ~ and lights his- _own torch . Each- day -he , holds the test tuibé- - in . h-is -hand ; - testing -some new- discovery . - - _‘ ~ :- - - _- - _- - _- _- - But - w _~ ’y ~ ’d ~ we put things ~ o the - _test ? It is ., becáuse the niind desires to arrivé -at _cei ~ tain ‘ general - _truths ; because we believe _ass ’ uredly _~ . that generalization is- the procéss ‘ ~ t- u ‘ - _~ , hich _- ‘ th e mind acquires ‘ wider truths , ~ -and _; _w-ithout- ’ - - * hieh _fa ~ ts - are but _loOse _-sau d : in the - grasp of _the . iñvestigator . _‘ : ‘ . The _1 ~ ’um _’ ~ n - _-mind is _. in constant quest of the _— truth , _- - and as -. a needle in . - a compass Which : trem’bles -: ’tiIP it settle-s in the . - north point ,. s-o - ’dlso , is . the ’ mind m a state ‘ of unrest till it . _-tln...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1927
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