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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

WHO ’S WHO ’ OF OUR ALUMNI ( With 4 _cknowledgements to _iWho ’ s Who of Colored America ) Clarence L . Aiken ‘ 14 , _‘ _l 7 s ., Clergyman . Dean of Theology , Guadalupe College , Segalia , Texas ; now pastor of Shiloh Baptist Churc h , Atlantic City , N . J , Walter ‘ G . Alexander , 99 , Ph ysician . Member of New Jersey Legislature two consecutive terms ; President of National Medical Association . ( He graduated from Lincoln as first honor man , winner of the Bradley Medal in Natural Sciences and Latin . Winner of first prize at College of ‘ Surgeons and Physicians for thesis Cerebral Localization , second prize for thesis on Tuberculosis ) . Henry J . Alston , ‘ 17 Educator . Principal gusta , Georg ia ; Assistant Dean A & M of High School Dept . Paine College , AuCollege , _Normrial , Alabama ; Assistant Dean A & I College , Nashville , Tenn . ; _now Dean . of Johnson C . Smith University . William T . Amiger , ‘ 99 , ‘ 02 s ., _Educator , Author . Pre...

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Introduc ing Our Debat ing Prest ige Interest ing Debates on Year ’ s Pro gram [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

Introduc ing Our Debat ing Prest ige Interest ing Debates on Year ’ s Pro gram The debating schedule for this year is one t’hat promises to be very interesting and worth while . The Lincoln team will open its season on the evening of Dece ~ nber 12 , 1927 , with its first debate . ’ This forensic contest will be held at City College , New York . Two evenings later the same team will debate the Union British team from England . Probably this is to ‘ be the largest event of its kind in the college year . Besides these debates , later in the seaso n , there are to be debates with Swarthmore , Morgan , Penn , State , and Harvard . It will be remembered that last year we debated the Oxford team in Baltimore . The results of this debate are known to every Lincolnite This year , we feel sure that the Lincoln men will prove themselves capwhle of _com bat with their worthy English opponents . There are to _be two teams chosen to represent Lincoln this year . Since the trials have been held t...

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A Generat ion " Talks Back . " By Shelby A . Rooks [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

A Generat ion Talks Back . By Shelby A . Rooks Not many American parents nowadays are genuinel y satisfied , as they recall the experiences of their parent-hood with what is too often and too vaguel y referred to _as the trend o’f things . To them we _m ust seem like a generation of vipers , andi _m any of our elders spend their spare time thanking Jehovah that they ‘ came early to avoid _contamnination . The cry has gone out that the _worl _’dl is going to perdition the _nilssionarie , s of the country have decided once more that the youth o’f America are going to the dogs . And we are infor _m ed that , led by the sheik and the bobbed ha ired ba n dit , humanity is in revolt against the moral tenets of the social order and against constituted authority . They tell us that crime is ram pant and unpun ish . _edl ; that my generation dances , drinks , pets an’d conducts itself i’n an ungodly manner . They say that there is general lack of reverence for law ; that modern youth is friv...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

THE JOHN MILLER _, DIC KEY SOCIETY The reception given at the home of Prof . LaI ’ baree on Tuesday evening , September twenty-seventh marked the beg inning of another scholastic year ’ s history of the John Miller’ Dickey Society . Although , there was only a few of the members present , due to the meeting of the Rabble , le t , that few spent a ‘ very pleasant evening . The liberal amount of ice cream and cake served and the interesting discussions of the evening ’ _is’ere a real source of insp iratiori for the beg inning of the year ’ s work . At the first regular meeting of the society , Tuesday evening , October 6 , 1 q 2 7 _, the former members were grateful to en ~ roll the followin g new men : R . L . Baker , F . B . Diggs G . W . Frink , 0 . E . ‘ Holder S . B . Mackey , ~ W . A . Steele , and A . M . Tabb , The remarks from each of these men assured the _for’mner m embers that they would become vital factors in the success of the society . This organization gui . ded by th...

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EDITORIA LS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

EDITORIA LS Entered as second-class matter November 16 , l 9 _~ 5 _, at the Post Office at Lincoln Unive rsity , Pa ., under the Act of March _Srd , 1819 . QUO VADIS ? To every , sojourner on Life ’ s highway , there comes a forked road . The right branch winds its crooked path through sacrifices and difficulties to the sun-lit fields of achievement , where those who travel it must be persistent in their endeav ors , and far-reaching in their ideals . The left branch leads through barren plains of pending joys and temporary happinesses to ultimate nothingness and night . As an inducement to the irresolute traveler there is a guide post on each road . The message that the right post conveys is wise but complex . If first you know where you are and whither you are bound , you know better what to do and how to do it . The left post tells the traveler to eat , drink and be merry , for the morrow may depri ye him of the chance . Here stands the traveler silent , pens ive ’ , contemplativ...

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LI N COL N N EWS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

LI N COL N N EWS Published October , November , Janua ry , Feb . _m ary March , April and June by _the students of Lincoln University in the State of Pennsy _lvania Subscription : $1 . 00 per year _; 25 c per copy Sent to any part of U . S . A . Advertising Rates cheerfull y given on request LITERARY STAFF G . C . Morse Editor-inMChief J . A . Bailey Associate Editor L . J . Martin Associate EdI _FIeS ’ J . _H . Murphy Literary E’ditor W _. E ’ . Longshore Ath’let ~ c Editor A , H . Thomas News Editor I . D . Faulkner Art Editor T , C . Valentine ‘ Columnist BUSINESS IST AFF J . L . Clarke Business Ma’nager F . L . Turne r Advertising _M’anager F . S . Belcher ‘ Circulation M’anager H . M . Jason Secretary-Treasurer

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

CURRENT IN OUR NATIONAL LIFE Within recent weeks the attention of the nation was focused upon Gary , _Indiamia . And why ? Simply because of a strike by a minority of the student body in a high school of that cit y , occas ioned solely because of the presence of a handful of Negro students . Widely variant expressions have bee’n _emittedl on the editorial pages of the press . The _m ost significant fact concerning this comment is , that op inion in every section of the country , where Negroes have miiigrated to any ‘ considlerable extent , just about agrees and sympathizes with Gary , Indiana . The eyes of the civilized world are upon the United States of America . Within her gates . for over three hundred years have dwelt a great minority population . For over a ‘ half century that population has been slowl y diffusing itself from one section to all sections of the great commonwealth of ‘ States making up the nation . Within the past decade or two a sectional problem has become a n...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

WHAT MORE ’ CAN ‘ HE DO ? He conies to the aid of the scheming scamp He lends ‘ his hel p to the sluggish tramp When he is laid low by pain ; When remorse has made him complain . He sends his message of love and cheer To _th’ose beseiged ‘ by woe ; He uses his influence precious a’nd rare To strengthen the life of the’ poor . _H’s answers the cries of the gutter-rat When they ’re conscience stricken with blame ; He hears the pleas of the diplomat When he has been put to shame , H ~ harken s unto the rogue and the cheat , The murderer too , has his chance ; The cries ‘ of all reach his majestic seat , And he looks’ upon all with his glance . H’e conies to the call of one and all , To the sinner , the rich , an . d the poor , He comes to the man be he great or small , Do you look to the Christ for more ? He answers the prayers of everyone By forgiving the wrongs of a day ; _H’s brings you to him when your task is done—WHAT _MOiR E CAN HE DO , I say ? FANNJIN ‘ _BELCHER THE ORANGE AND ...

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POETS ’ CORNER [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

POETS ’ CORNER AFRICA I _ama Africa , Black—Jet black—Y . et hidden beneath These folds of my . Stygian robes , Are the lost arts Of ages past . Art , literature , Sculpture , architecture—All are mine . The’y are my heritage . I : am Africa , Black—Jet black—Men strive in vain To wre , st from me the secrets of My pomp and glory , My heritage . W . _RADCLiFFE’ LUCAS LOUIS I ANA ‘ BAYOU I slowly _m eander ‘ neath the Spanish moss , That hangs from oaks , beside my bending shore . On yonder tree , there is a human cross It is not , strange . It has occurred before . _~ iIy , silent waters hold the secrets of A thousand black and long-forgotten deedls . My shady nooks once held the blissful lov e Of pure hearts . Each poltroon , who no ~ v feeds My ever-growing lust for hum an blood , Shall sein e day feel the curse that now is mine . Some day may mouth-bound ’ streams shall mount to flood And cleanse each blot , ‘ til hol y peace I find , The eerie shadows strive in vain to hide ’ Th...

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The Ghost Write r ( A Short Story ) By Geor ge C . Morse [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

The Ghost Write r ( A Short Story ) By Geor ge C . Morse students themselves , Jim Kelly ~ vent to New York with his team that was defeated , The late ‘ Dr . Kelly , Jim ’ s progenitor , was Dr . Olten ’ s . college chum , so it was natural that Jim should be singled out to meet Barbara . She met him , feeling no embarrassment or thrill , for Jim was just one of the type she often met . Jim returned with a new campaign for conquest mapped out . In his romantic campaigns he had never known defeat . A resolute ‘ heart as long as . it ‘ beat _In a feminine breast was . not safe from Jim ’ s strategic maneuvers , He was a fine talker , for he was a linguist in slang , ‘ But Jim and his pen would often conflict . He couldn ’t manipulate it without a . lack of ease and spontaneity that characterized his speech . So in mapp ing out his campaign to win Barbar ’ s heart , he knew he had to use letters as one style of weapon . And that w . as . an _cibstacle . After two hours of mental agony ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

The renowned gentleman who writes under the initials R . T . B . lives in two seasonal homes . The summer find s him in a palatial residence adj oining a forest , th ’ e winter finds him in New York , It is in the winter that R . T . B . is frequently observed in the leading magazines . The other evening he had just returned from a class reunion held at his Alma Mater , after he had matriculated for ten years in the ‘ School of _Hard Knocks . But his hardest knocks came during hi’s college days , when poverty and genius , the proverbial pair , tended to submerge him . But how he secured a footing and astonished those who were prone to ridicule him might seem a strange thing . Anything is pass . ible when one is kissed by the only girl . And R . T . B . ’ s success began with a kiss , ‘ Maybe , it isn ’t fair for me to expose those secrets th at baffled his ‘ _class-mates . Ten rears . ‘ ago he graduated as a shy , disinterested individual . He had ! been put through the college mill...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

ATHLET ICS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ OUR TEAM ‘ Coach Morrison is putting the squad thru an extensive drill , driving the men hard , ’ in order to put a regenerated team upon the field against Shaw on Saturday , November 12 , The team is expected to turn in the long-looked-for victory at that time . The Howard game is now looming over the horizon as the next advent and we still hope that Lincoln will show to the world that the Lion ever has , been and ! will be always The King of Beasts , UNION BEATS LINCOLN Union win s in last few minutes . A short snappy pass ‘ to Breaux , plus good interference equals a touchodwn and victory for Union . After a hard fought , evenly contested battle of three periods , the Lions slight let up is fatal . Union ’ s quarterback ran twenty yards for the _omily score of the game . ‘ Our hard fighting aggregation was not beaten ; we just lost for other than that forward-pass , the Lions out-played the southern boys . Union 6 Lincoln 0 Gardner R . E . Av...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

THE GHOST WRITER ( Co _nUnued from _pa ge _1 C ) pills in boxes when Barbara _romuped in , all excited , Where ’ s father ? Oh , your the new Iboy , I mean young man , father hired , she remarked . Yes—I—J—wa _. s hired yesterday , he replied . I suppose you are going to be a doctor , too , she inquired . No , —I mean yes , he ans wered , remembering that he told Dr . Olten that he was interested in medicine . 0 , 1 hate a doctor ’s ‘ life . I’d never m arry one , she exclaim ed . I didn ’t know he had a daughter as ’ big as you . W hy , _dlO you think I ’ _m large ? Father always calls me a little girl . I ’ m glad somnebody thinks I ’ m large . What is your nam e ? Rollo Banner , he said . What school do you attend ? she co n ~ tinued , Cornell , he replied , Oh I met someone from th . ere , but _1 d _: an ’t _reniemuber his name . He was the m ost conceited fellow I ever met . ‘ Do you have many conceited fellows there ? she inquirpd . I ’ _m afraid so , he told her . ‘ She left ...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

Lincoln Stud ents Printer for Four _Ycar s LETTER HEADS ENVELO PES BILL HEADS FESTIVAL BILLS SUPPE R BiLLS _1 UO % Satisfaction My Aim OXFORD Job Pr inting Offce JOHN SPENCE , Prop Second and Coach Sts .. Phon e 82 \ V OXFORD , PA Entertainment Bills Public Sale Bills FUNERAL NOTICES Pr inted Day or Night

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

READING OVER A FRESHMAN’S SHOULDER ( BY _TEID VALENTINE ) dei’o geazEi’ : i _g’tSs yew-all think i _ama Geting hiGhRat since i _cumn hear tew _scooLand tanned cole Jit buTT i Aint , i bin thinkiNg about a ! the gAng at bill Savoyes poolroom but i bin so ding-busted busi dodj i’n thees dingbusted suffermores th at i aint had kno _du ng-busted time to rite nobodi . How is evry li’l thing that’s the way _thees feL _, Los up hear ask wat yew all doin . u tell 2 We . aks ~ OIven he . hettin not bee tew frisky round _PEn _hewE _s if he knoes _ivats best four him . i gess _u wud lik tew no _abont the _mneels round _heer since u sed i wu mnis thoes goobeR pees and fat back—wel there _pnitty good meels ceptin the lasses is ‘ caled moe-lasses and it is , much liter . En fack evrythin _g up hear 3 s liter even the bed d oes , the classes up _iiean is pritty tuf four sum of the . _es dogs . thats wat _thees dingbusted suffermones cAl the new _memis but u _cm bet yore sw-ac-- sweet patootie they...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927

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