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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 17 November 1933
But , if _I _’ m not out of order , I should like to offer a bit of advice . Of course , _I realize that I don ’ t know any more football than the average lay-man , but I should like to throw in this suggestion for what -its worth . Don ’ t you th ink that , if - you ran- with your body held lower , it would be harde _l’ to tackle you ? It see-me to me that a man is more _easily stopped when he rans , standing up , because more -of his bod y is ava _ilwble for ta ckling . Jus t try it once , and see how it works . Anyway , when you give _’ ñp _footb _al-1 , you can devote more tim e to your ping pong _. _- _Unsnobibisbly yours ,
LINCOLN - SPURTS TOO LATE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 17 November 1933
LINCOLN - SPURTS TOO LATE _- The secon d -half _, _w-as ~~ i-ayed _-in da r kn ess ft . _bath ~ g _naeeIs ~ ary _bc flood the fl-c _l _~ f wit h the _‘ _l-ig’h-t _~ . of several _autom- o ~ _b-hle-s . Ti-rn -c and again the -bali was advanced to the Ham ~ pto-n goal _are-a ~ - - _’but ‘ th e Lions-, d&amp;s ipit , e . iih-eir spu _rt _- _- lacked the _s-oox’in- ~ _- punch , _H-a-mip-i _. _en was ou tplayed -in the _s-eoo ~ d ha _, _l-f , but its team work _enabll e-d _i-b t ~ _pj ~ o _-. _te-r’t _. its- s _him lead . Ou t side -- a-f the ‘ _goal kick of _M-es-ser and the s-u-p-orb defen- sii _yt work of Wabt is , au -ssell _and Capt ain _Sehand -orf _4 the _giam e was far from bein _ig exciting ’ . Seoró by _Perlod s ~ _- ‘ Total _illamp ton _I _O—4 _JJiniccj } _n 0 0— -0
H . L . W [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 17 November 1933
H . L . W The following excerpt wa ~ taken from the Boston Post of ‘ _Sit _’ urday , Oct 6 ber 21 : _- Tufts ’ 42 to 0 win over Connecticut State missed ‘ by three points being the bi ggest numerical licking in the nation , somethn ig name d Mor gan -beating something’ else _flamed Lincoln 4 ~ ’ to 0 . . _- .
CUIR TI LI COIPE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
OUR TELESCOPE ~ ~~ By R.E. O'Neale America is making splendid progress, A "forward" step in the administration of law and order has been taken, and it is the action of Governor Ralph of California, who has confirmed mob rule in his state. Missouri follows, closely with its "rolphing" holiday. Hail, Governor Rolph for placing the murderous and blood-thirsty pack of lynchers in the place of sane and firm ad0 ministration of law: Hail the new dawn of lynching! America! Down in Decatur, Alabama the Scottsbro farce moves on. The profession of Ruby Bates has been barred. Patterson has been sentenced to death for the third time, and Attorney Knight is ready to move on with the next victim. It is evident to all but the blind that the south is determinded to have its revenge on the nine Negro boys. Southern justice flickered with Judge Horton. His light is extinguished now. Nazi Nationalism runs amuck in Germany. "germanic Faith" movement is advocated in the place of Christianity. According ...
of Hub ben , Recent Chapel Speake _i [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
of Hubben, Recent Chapel Speaker RECENT GERMAN POLITICS By Ben N. Azikiwe Editor's Note: The first section of Wilhelm Hubben's address was based on his assertion that "We Germans are not good democrats," Thence he proceeded to describe condtions in post-war Germany, telling of starvation, unemployment, and the economic distress caused by intilgion,. These conditions, he asserted, made fertile ground for the Hitler movement. the founder of which promised all things to all classes He also stated that Germany was need of a super-man and sought one, hence the "unexampled" success of Hitler. He reminded the audience that the Negro student in Germany was treated with courtesy but intimated that socially he was a misfit. Germany, under Hitler, is the cyclosure of international society. the history of Germany since the rise of Prussia is intriguing to the student of human psychology. It is a revelation of what part the psychosis of megalomania plays in human nature. Naturally, I hold no bri...
Some of the valiant defend ers of the Orange and Blue who were repulsed by the Howard Bisons , 13-7 , in Atlan tic City on Thanksgiving Night before some 10 , 000 excited onlooker-s . It was the 39 th annual clash [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
Some of the valiant defend ers of the Orange and Blue who were repulsed by the Howard Bisons , 13-7 , in Atlan tic City on Thanksgiving Night before some 10 , 000 excited onlooker-s . It was the 39 th annual clash be tween these ancient rivals _-A’PLANTIC CITY , N , J ., NOV 30 ( By Special C-or i ’csiponc _lent ) _I ‘ . I ’ -h e El-owa _ccl Uni versity too _Lba _II Learn ci e l ’ c _ateij time Lincoln Un i—vct ’sity el-even to LI-m e _trm ne of -13 — 7 , in _Lii _cii _. ’ 39 Lb annual Than ks—givb ng ’ Classic , _hei ’c in Convention _1-fall , be-lore _s-olne Lwelve t h o _u ms a nc l onlookers . En a -p-atti c thai was alm os -L cntii ’ely - devoi d _01 ’ I-h _i’il-ls _and _Ill ari ’ ccl by nu _11101 ’ — ous ‘ penaltie s in flb ctec l on _tll _Ct _l 3 _isnm i s , Lho sparkling _niny of Lbn coin ’ s pony _lia ck _l ielc _i , an d Sh-owb _aa L War e ’ s shi fly runnin g ’ , stood out , Wai’c , _I-Iowa m c _l _’ s clever h a _IC- - ha _dc , was- the i rich ivi ci u _til s tar ol Lb-c...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
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Debating Team Makes Excellent Showing Against - _- British Union _te [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
Debating Team Makes Excellent Showing Against - _- British Union _te . _13-el-a a-ver y large and a-il — pro c-i-a Live cm-u cli cue-c at -the N _clv Jersey Avenue -Sc-li 0-oil , Lincoln ’ s Deba t-ing- Lan ai wa-s given an _tln — o _Ihi _-ai a _I _-chi ’nw by a- dail y news pap — em , The A _tl’a _Ii _Ii c City- _Pi’ess , in time fifth a nn _-t m-al- i-a L-ci ’na Liona -i dc—ha _I i ~ _W’i i-h _5 Lu dents _fi’Olil the 13 _m-i-ii-sih _Isles , _‘ _l _~ hm c _-stuih , j _celL u-n—-cl ot’ disc- a ss-ion was , _‘‘ _ltesolvec l , That N aL _i- on _ot i -s _ai is a _l _\ - [ _cncr ce to Civi li z a-l . i on . ’’ P-lie _13 i’ i Li s _Ii team , while-b h ad ] [ -lie a _Iliu m-a Live , wa-s rcipt ’esen _ted by Mm , L . T , _Kitchj n and 1 \ I-r . F . _L . _Rotphs . Lincoln wa-s c’c-pre—-sentec l by Mr . _J _, H . _ito-bin-son and Mr . _II _. B . _O’Neia _-le , who _ai _’guecl _f-or Lb e _li-egnrtive , _SIt ’ , _liotph _. s , who _opened the ar g _o mont _l ’ or the affirmative , _was very co...