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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

Nix & Rhodes Attorneys _at-Law 529 South 19 th Street _P _11 _1 LAD ELP _I-I _I A Lincoln Stu _dent s Printer for _Four Years _LETTEI ~ _HEAD S ENVELOPES BILL HEADS FESTIVAL BILLS SUI’PER BILLS _1911 % Satisfaction My Aim OXFORD Job Printin g Offce JOHN SPENCE , Prop Second and Coach Sts .. Phone 82 W OXFORD , PA ~ _ntertainment Bills Public Sale Bills FUNERAL NOTICES I ’ rintcd Day or _NiCht

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

WHAT THINK YE OF _I ~ ARCUS GARVEY ? And whatever this op inion , What think you of Marcus iGarvey ’ _1 ? be , just how did you arrive at it ? ‘ Whether you be for him or against him , can you trul y justify your position ; or are you sim ~ 1 y swayed by the masses and have no opinion of your own ? Can you for a moment reflect step _~ iy step all that you have ever learned authentically about him or heard from himself , and can you feel that you have heard both sides of a case and can independently and logically draw your ow ~ n conclusion ? The subject of _qarveyism is of worldwide interest reaching from these United States to India , Japan and Africa . from Canada to South America . at afford s to the student as much food for thought as it does to the practi’cian . Whether Garvey is a fool or a wise man cannot be settled by the rabbl e or by the bull-session in a dormitory . Neither can it be settled by the unfounded ( and quite _prdbably erroneous ) statements , made by any preju...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

ORDER NOW ! YOUR COPY OF C OMMENC EMENT NUMBER 50 C ents YOU WILL BE SURE TO LIKE ITI A PRIL ISSUE LINCOLN NEWS WILL CONTAIN On Taking Six College Degrees - - - - Dean Harry Greene , ‘ 17 An Article on Marcus Garvey - - - - - - - - Jabez : Clarke Was Marcus Garvey’ an Ethnomaniac ? - - - - - - Anonymous Langston Hughes An Article - - - _- Carter Woodson ’ s Achievements CONTRIBUTE EARLY _this year such an _opp ort unity is gr anted ) Last ( Last time ~

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

HONOR STUDENTS SENIORS First Group— ~ F . S . Beleher , T _, _B . E ~ py , L . H . Murray . Second Group—A . H . Anderson , T , B . Anderson , T , M . Beicher , F . A . Brown , M . _E . Carpenter , J . L . Clarke , H . M . _Diggs , _1 _. D . Faulkner , K . , E . Fletcher , W . L . Forrester , P . J . Hall , L . _B . Harm on , J . W . : Haywood , C . B . Henson , J , A . Hibb ler , S . _. L , Jackson , H . 0 . Johnson . B . J . Jones , G . C . Morse , A . P . Motley , D . B . Perry , W . Pickens , Jr ., S . A . ROOkS , W . H . Sinkler ‘ C . T . Valentine , G . R . Watkin s , _H . S . Watson , V . E . Waxwood , T . H . Webher _, B . T _. Wells , D . W . _Wyatts JUNIORS First Group— _’H . M . Jason , Second Group—J . A . Bailey . H . J . Burnett , 0 . B . Holder , J . L . Hug hes , C . G . Lee , M . B . Parks , B . T . Washington , _Ii _. A . Whittington , J . L . Williams , T . C . _Wil ~ _h am s . SOPHOMORES First Group ~~ R . L . Baker , J . _F _’ . Murray . Second Gr oup—T . G . Da...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

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A i 4 N [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

A i 4 N WHO’S WHO OF OUR ALUMNI ( With acknowledgments to Who ’ s Who of Colored America ) _‘ H . E . James— Cler _gyman ~ Educator—Class of ‘ 15 . Professor of Science at St . Paul Normal School . Pastor of Presibyterian Churches in Virginia . Principal of Junior High School , Hopewell , Va . Address : Peter sburg , Va . F . T . _Jamnison—Dentist—Class of ‘ 13 . Address : Wilmingt on , Del . B . B , _Jeffer s— Physie _ian— _-- ~ Class of ‘ 93 . Fellow of American Med lical Association . Address : Steelton , Pa . L . Z . Johnson—Instructor—Class of ‘ 98 . Instructor of English at _‘ Howard ! University . Address : Washington D . C . L . W . K yles—Bishop—Clas s of ‘ 01 . Eclitom’ of A . M . E . Church Review . Elected Bishop in _1916 . President of Board of Trustees , Walters Institute , Warren , Ark . Trustee of Living ston e College . Delegate to Ecumenical Conference in Londlon . Address : Winston-Salem , N . C . W . M . Lane—Physician , ! nstructor—Class of ‘ 08 . Assistant Prof...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

CONDOLENCE I have wondered oftem _c if we ever stop to give a thought about those outside our own little world as we go about in out ’ came-free way . No doubt an active life is an up-hill travel , 1 ) lUS a little more . The _c’ays of’ happ i ness do , not always illumine one ’ s pa thway , _immste acl it is _dac’kemced sonw . times by shadows of sorrow and made to appear impassable by heights of difficulties , I make m ention of one who was called away ( luring his _mid-yea _i’ exams . on account of death in his fam ily . Mr . _\ Tal _( _1 _es ~~~ c _. _eivedI notice of his bereavemen t _ivhi le he was taking ’ his last examin atiom i , and _in _steai _! of rejoicin g’ that they were over , he was forced to suffer the anguish that the grim Reaper leaves as an aftermath of his visits , At this writing he has _not _i’etuc _’miecl . but we hope he will soon . We , as friends and sympathizers , wish to _ext emid to him and fam ily our heart-felt sy _mcmpathy , during _their hours of b...

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. . , Pandemonium in Poets Corner B W . EDWARD FARRISON , ‘ 26 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

. . , Pandemonium in Poets Corner B W . EDWARD FARRISON , ‘ 26 Among our _young intellectuals , perhaps no othe r subject is more frequently and loosely discussed and less earnestly thought of than ‘ Contemporary Poetry . Wherever two or three are assembled in the name of learning or in the shadow of wisdom , sooner or later , the subject is sure to com e up . Whenever the conversation in the dormitory congress ‘ becomes unusually edifying , —such does actually happen sometimes , — and well-read upperclassmen ‘ begin to discuss the comparative literary merits of College Hu mour and the Red Book ; or when the informal meeting of the _Liberal Club , or Society for _thb Dissemination of ‘ Snappy Stories , becomes intolerably boring , _some ~ body , with a desperate struggle to break the monotony , and in a refreshing’ly ignorant and naive tone , is sure to inquire of the person nearest to him , What do you think of modern verse ? or , Have you read Cullings _from Parnassus ? ( Oullings...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

Still it is not strange that our young intellectuals di gnif y their _attem pts with the name of poe try , but it is surprising that our literary editors permit them to pass off such pieces as poetry . We need not , jump to the conclusion , however , that _semite of our literary editors are necessarily ignorant of their business . It is quite possible that they may , regardless to how much _unpoetic poetr ~ , _i they allow to pass on to the p _, ublic . At any rate , there are other th , ings to be considered , It may ‘ be difficult for the young poet to get the first _hglf.-ç ! ozen or more lines before the public ; but if he is persistent in obliging ‘ literary editors with his manuscripts , he will _eventually get his name on the nionth’s scroll of pests , or he may even win third prize or honorable mention in a poetry contest . When this is done , the rest is com paratively easy , Henceforth , the newly renowned author hasP only ’ to dash off a few words and several , perhaps un...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

show any signs of creative genius , —si gn his heralded nam e to the manuscri pt , and send it to the literary editor of the Crying Voice . ‘ Herein lies the trouble , and from this comes the encouragement . As everyone Idnows , the young poet gets more interest and pleasure out of having somebody read his poem than he does out of writing it . Thus , when our literary editors attemp t to get readers for him , it is natural that he will follow his inclination and thereby conform to the law of . deniand and supply . Our literary critics and editors and controllers of magazines often go still a stop farther . In addition to the encouragement that publication gives the youthful colleg iate is often more materially encouraged . He may enter a poetry contest , and if his _poenc happens to be chosen as the best poem for the year 19 ?? , he will receive encouragement in pecunia .. , This , of course , enhances the young collegiate ’s reputation ; and if he succeeds in winning enough prizes ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

STUDENT OPINION ( _NO’l’E-J--Repre _sentativ e comment s from members of Senior Class ~ _vilI be accepted for Commencement Issue of ‘‘ I , i _ncoln News ’’) QUESTJONNAIRE ( Please answet these _questiotis ~ it 1 _i _cn’ ‘‘ Yes ’’ _cm’ ‘‘ No , ’’ or as briefly as pos sible Use additional sheets to _m ake _l _’ im _n ’t h er comment ) . GROUP I . Neg ro ( _l’i _u i’ch . 1 . i ) o yo u believe _11 _w Negro _cli _urcit ‘ is _‘ _, ‘ nce _’ting the needs of modern . Negro y _outh ? 2 . Do _‘ _von believe _Christiaii i _/ _v best meets _the needs of Neg _, ’o : _voutli ? 3 . Do _‘ _von believe ‘ in denom _’iuat ionalism ? 4 . Do you believe in the _Vit g in , birth and the miracles of Christ as told in _1 _/ _ic Bible ? 5 . Do _‘ _von _be _/ i eve in evolution ? GROUP _II _. Race Relations . - Do ‘ von believe that there are , f und a menta i diffe rences between the races ? 2 . Do you believe that _th e race proble m will be se / tied _peaccab i _’v _? _. .... .. . .. . . . ...... .. .. 3...

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EDIT O RIAL S [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

EDIT O RIAL S BUSINESS STAFF J . L . Clarke Business Manager j . _Sy _lv est er _fomi es . _, . ‘ _Asst . Bu sin es s Mana ger F . L . Tum’ner . .. .. .. Advertising Manager F . S . _Belcher ‘ Circulation Manager H . M . Jason . ... . . . Secretary-Treasurer _ante red as _sec , ) _nd _-eiass matter Novembe r 16 , _1925 , at the Post Office at Lincoln Un iversity , Pa ., under t _h e Act of March 3 rd , 1879 . WHAT PRICE DISCIPLINE ? Each individual _ai ~ _Lincoln must answer that for himself . But out of the reaction of the personal ego the rules and the regulations ~ oi’ the group will be determined . In recent years here on our campus we have had too much of egoism , hence too little of regard for the other fellow , We earnestly hope that Tyler ’ s case is fi’esh in the _memory of every Lincoln student . We hope that Tyler was not sacrificed in vain . Trul y men , he was sacrificed i , both a ~ a warning andl reproach to us all . Tyler has pa _id the price , with his time and his ...

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LINC O L N NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

LINC O L N NEWS _1 _ _u _bin bed _Oclober , Nove _m ber , Ja _nnar : _m , Feb t _’uory , _ATa _ri _,., A _‘ _pci _? _amid J une by _// j ~ _sl _’u _. _~ 1 _cnts of _Lrnr _. _ol _. _u _Un _. _arm _’s ’ity in _i _/ _i _c S / ott ’ of P _en _n _. s _~ , ’ _va _. _nio Subscr ( p _ion : $1 . 00 per year ; 25 c per copy Sent to any _r art of U . S , A . Advertising Ra tes _cht _, _er _full y given on requ est LITERARY STAFF G . C . Mor s e Editor-in-Chief . 1 . A . Bailey . _, .. . ..... Associate _Editor L . J . Martin ........ _,, ‘ .. Associate Editor J . _II _. Murphy Literary Editor W . E . _Longshore Athlet ic Editor A . H . Thomas _.,.,..... _,..,. News Edlitor I . F ) . Faulkner ,, ... , ., . ., ... Art Editor T . C . Valentine _........ . ... Columnnist

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

dleaden initiative lior _l ~ light one ’ s efForts : or stress one ’ s weaknesses , or hold him up to public ridicule , b ’ut rather it opens up a new way to correct standards , and builds the ladder which ultimately leads to true greatness . W . K . JACKSON , ‘ 29 PANDEMONIUM _IN POETS’ CORNER ( _CosUi _~ _mued from pa te 5 ) not asleep but dead . A very great number will perforce abandon their musings in order to survive in the struggle of life ; a smaller number will soon exhaust the store of their poetic genius , and then those few who survive the struggle in poet s’ corner will . be justly c _. rowned with the laurels of enduring fame . W . _EIDW RD FARRISON PHI _. ~~ ELT A THETA , ‘ 29 The Mighty Puss is ‘ back in all his glory . The semester out in the world seemingly improved him . Improved is here used in its broadest sense . We never knew that Moon Burnett was a carpet bagger . Cigars and ‘ bouquets are rather costly Moon . Bud Leftridge has go . tten _‘ the Spirit and pro...

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Should Negro Writers Transcend Their Race ? By GEORGE C . MORSE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

Should Negro Writers Transcend Their Race ? By GEORGE C . MORSE Be proud , my Race , in mind and soul , Thy name is writ on Glory ’ s scroll In character’s of fire ; High ‘ mid the clouds of Fame ’ s ‘ bright sky Th y banner ’ s blazoned fold s now fly , And truth shall lift them hi gher . Paul Lawrence Dun’bar Two denizens of the Negro underworld endure an hectic hour playing car ds for the possession of a white street-woman . A white street-woman is the great prize for which the loser is willing to accept dea’th . Such was the substance of a prize story in a contest for Negro writers . To thos ~ who think ’ in terms of white and ‘ black , it _s ~ how s the alleged inferiorit y of Negroes . A first prize story of a similar contest held later makes the reader weep with the heroine who finds her sex and color handicaps in her search for happiness . Again we read a case of social pathology as colored womanhood is exp loite _d . Such is the epitome of short stories of Negro ‘ life . Or...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

POETS ’ CORN ER ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GRIMNESS Some folk are old and ashen And some ’ are young ‘ and gay ; The old folks live in olden times , While the young folks live today . Many a heart is pained and sad , As the young folk dance and play ; For they too danced to the piper ’ s tune And now in age they must pay . The cares of the world go on And then they are forgot ; As many an actor upon , the stage His part in the play knows not . I would not tell you of this , dlear friend , To make thy face sad or long ; But to give to life its grimness And yet to leave its song . MACON M . BERRYMAN AN APOLO GY ’ Wore than the clown who wears a mask And hides a painful grief , Is the fate of mine to damn my youth , ‘ Hiding my true belief , Life is not a _dram a to me For actors to transcend , The story of life is man ’ s despair ‘ For vanity marks the end . _I sit in the audience wanting to laugh At the burles que that I see , But I must put my manners on Killing the heart of m...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

National Association for the Advancement of Colored ‘ People . Dr . Rud _lolph _Fisher , author of Walls of Jericho , a very recent novel , wrote when he was free from his medical practice . Not until the Negro race has a leisure class can there be but limite _d products from its intelligentsia . It may be of interest to pause awhile and consider the fact that the Negr o novelist has a wealth of literary material still unwritten . The usual plo ts are those dealing with the paradox of color—a hero or heroine passes for’ white . ‘ Or we have novels of local color such as Black April . The race problem such as The Fire in the Flint can not be reall y appm ’ociated as a novel because the _chara ct _cr _, ~ are _placedi in _thu ‘ background as the philosop hy of the author enrages the reader . Negro novelists will transcend their race because of _the wealth of material the i’ace affords . And r ealism _mimay soon be replaced by rom antici sin . Of Negro poetry , much has been written . ...

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,, - Senor Jason is Interv iewe [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928

,, - Senor Jason is Interv iewe But say , where does he room ? Here , I think . , . . Let ’ s see . . . , kno ck , knock , knock . ‘‘ Come in ! Hello there , _Pi’of .. Hello , boys , how ar ’e things going ? Oh , fair’l , y well . We feel much better n ow that the _m id-years _am’e over , even though we don ’t know as yet whether we will have to leave the cam pu s or not . Yes , I guess all of us feel much better with those _exams . off our minds . Now , what can I do for’ you ? Well , Professor we know you hav e been instructing for one or’ two years now and it _seemim s to us that ( luring those two years you must have had some interesting exp eriences . We camne to see if you would tell us one or two of them . Ha ! Ha ! So y ou want me to tell you one or two of my experiences ? Well , let _inc see—w hat experiences have I had ?—- but let me tell you this first . It is true that at the beginning those receiving instr u cti ons under me were , the m ajority of the ni , memb ers of ...

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