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Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928
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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1928
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY FOUNDED _1 _S 54 The Oldest _Institution in the United States for the Higher Education of Colored Youth OFFERS A THOROUGH COURSE OF INSTRUCTION UNDER A COMPETENT CORPS OF PROFESSORS AND ASSISTANTS — FITTING MEN FOR BUSINESS OR THE PROFESSIONS FOR INFO R MAT _IOI , ADDRESS DEAN OF THE _COLI _, EGE , LINCOLN UNIVERSITY P . 0 .. PENNSYLVANIA ~ B . W . NIEWEG For 35 Years the Lincoln University Butcher Dealer in FRESH AND SALT MEATS The , Choice Depositor y For Checking Accounts Should Be Given Careful Consideration Personal interest _and effort means real assistance to our patrons , new or old . The Nátiónal Bank and Trust Company of West Grove , Pa . Best : InSurance The easiest way to insure the success of your painting is to use SHEAFFER . QUALITY PAI NTS . There is no quicker way to satisfy cus ~ omérs . Bring your paint problems here , let ’ s discuss them . ’SHEAFFER S _. Pain t and Wall Paper Shop 73 MaIn . Street _. _. NEWARK . DEL ORDER NOW ! Your Copy _of C...
BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1928
BUSINESS Manager . Howard M . Jason _Assi stant Manager F . L . Turner Adverti _sing Manager _..,. James Murphy Circulating Manager ... John P . Freem’an 1 st Assist . Circulating Manager—M . W . Davis 2 nd Assist . Circulating Manager—and _Typi st L . J . May —LITERARY-Editor-in-Chief L . J . Martin 1 st Assist . Editor U . S . Tate 2 nd Assist , Editor W . Fontaine Literary _Edi ~ Or C . T . Holloway Athletic Editor W . E . Lon’gshore News Editor Arthur H , Thomas _Art _Editor Thaddeus Carter Secretary-Treasurer .. _John M . Coleman GLIMPSES OF THE PAST The West Virginia Collegiate Ins titute West Virginia , May 3 , 1928 Mr . Ja’bez L . Clark , Bus , Mgr . of Lincoln News , Lincoln _Universit y , Pa . My Dear Mr . Clark : You may count on me for a subscription to the commencement numiber of the _ Liii- ~ o 1 n News , Since it would be more convenient for me to remit in a fortnight or so , it would be well for you to send me a memorandum at that time . The Lincoln News present s a ...
MISCELLANEOUS In Memoriam—Law . Beta Kappa Chi News , Athletics . _Address— ~ W . G . Alexander . Modern Nausica ~~ Story . Phi Delta Theta News . Epigrams , Honor Men . [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1928
MISCELLANEOUS In Memoriam—Law . Beta Kappa Chi News , Athletics . _Address— ~ W . G . Alexander . Modern Nausica ~~ Story . Phi Delta Theta News . Epigrams , Honor Men . FOREWORD The editor wishes to take this opportunity to acknowled ge with deepest appreciation the competent and enthusiastic staff of _associate _~ , he has been so fortunate to receive , He believes that the success of any group work depends upon the _ani _. _iahil . _ity and co-operation of each in _~ lvidual mem ! _ber thereof , He is satisfied , moreover , that bhes ~ men have been seleeted and agreed upon by the students , as a _kitt ing _proof of their merit , and judging from all present _indications , they are substantiating’ that faith _hy the production of a steady , meritorious and timely stream of work , This does not mean that these men will furnish you with sufficient interesting news to fill the paper , By no means . ! It means that they will do only the part in furnishing such news as their duty in o...
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1928
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS SHELVE THE _1 ~ ADDLE ! Fraternitie s still cling to the ‘ timehallowed _custom of putting the Freshmen _throug’h a ‘ period of disci pline which in many cases is extremely severe . Hell Week is the descri ptive term which in some places is _applied to this ‘ probationary period . The average Freshman does not bear any ill-will because of the beating which comes to him as a fundamental part of Hell Week . _IHe takes his punishment rather as a mat ter of course . Nevertheless , 1 should’ like to state what seems to me certain valid reasons for the abolishment of corporal discipline : 1 . No u _, pper-classman discipline s a Freshman in a true altruistic sincerity of purpose . He gives a reason—the Freshman failed to snap , he is cocky , he failed to do hi’s Freshman duty of keeping the ash-trays clean , or perhaps ‘ because he went to the library without permission , ( thus breaking the study rules ) . Do these reasdns _nierit ‘ the barrel-stave ? During Hel...
EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1928
EDITORIALS To Editor : EXPENSIVE SPORT AND HUMAN KINDNESS The universal kinsh ip of ‘ bird , beast and man is not all dream stuff nor poetic fancy . The theory of their _m entality has a respectable defense ‘ among the psyc’hologts _ts . ‘ Hence this writer does not filch his speech from the violent _werd when he resents the ruthless and indiscriminate killing of our neighbors of the woodland and the countryside iby men who are neither sports ’ nien nor nature lovers . There are those _murdersome individuals who feel that Fall is the time of the year to declar e war on ‘ all _living and defenseless creatures , Thus they shoulder their dutiful Ivy-Johnson , loaded _with Remington Arms , and proceed to comb the hills , fields and plains for any living creature that might come under the range of their shot . They say that they are gunning for food ‘ and sport and that they are keeping within the law of their constitutional rights . ‘ They are . But they do not regaird the natural ri : ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1928
MENTAL ERRANCIES NOT ALL SERIOUS There seems to be a general inisco’nceplion as to what hallucinations and delusions really _mnean . If one is known to possess them he is usually pu’t down as mentally unibalanced . This , however , is not necessarily true , An hallucination is a mistake of the senses—nothing more . If you see a clock on the table , for instance , and there actually is no’t’ a clock there—that is an hallucination of s’ight . If you hear the ticking of a clock when there is no ticking—then your imagination has tricke d you into hearing something that does not exist—that is an hallucination of hearing . The same holds true for the other senses of taste , smell and touch . A delusion is a mistake of judgment . If , for instance , you believe that you are Napoleon or Julius C’aesar , when you are not —that is a delusion . If you _thimi k th at people are prosecuting you , envying your success and seeking to destroy you , if you think that you are the almighty potentate ,...
ity ? [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1928
ity ? _ThlIs kind ‘ of greatness takes one back to Shakespeare ’ s time when the greatest thing done was the production of the ‘ best dram a , wherein All the world was a stage , the men and women merely actors . As it appears now , the men , great physical ly , have their _enj _traaces , ‘ but no exits , The men , great intellectually or philanthropically , _h ~ _ave exits but no entrance’s . _Int o what does . this hero worship resolve itself ? Who can answer this’ ? Neither I nor you ? Does it mean that men preI _er a few mnomen’t s of enjoyment to the longevity and propagation of human life ? , ‘ Tis easier to carry an odor in an open seive than attempt a reply , _ibut that seems to be the way of all flesh . DUSK IS THE HOUR OF THE DE- ‘ FEATED Shakespeare has given seven . periods to the span of man ’ s life , _hut in my discusSian _I have given ‘ but three . We will call those periods , Morning , Noon and’ Dusk . Morn _ivill _‘ be that period from the time man first realizes h...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1928
lute mind brave and accomplish anything ? Diffi ~ ulty is merely a stimulus to a stronger spirit . The’ joys of conquest are the joys of man . What need we care for the opinion of our friends ? It shall be done . We make our first’ attempt , ‘ but some Unexpected ‘ obstacle _pl’esents itself and we see the awkwardne ss of the situation , ’ The ridicules of our friends _m ake us discontented and at last in utter dismay , our ardor abates and expires . ‘ One great difficulty lies in the fact that m ost _of us do’ not know even ourselves , as r egards weaknes ~ , ability or confidence . Sir Walter Raleigh , by taking off his cloak , and’ spreading it _oc ~ the ground before the queen , when she scrupled to pass over a dirt y place in the road , won her favor , and worked his way into court . After he saw the queen ’ s fava ~ reflecting on him , he wrote on a window-pane obvious to her eye , ‘ the words : Fain would I climb , but fear I to fall— . Her _Majesty on seeing this inscription...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1928
_Om ~ ‘ behalf of the Jum’miior Clabs , I wish to express the deep regret we feel a’t the loss of a most loyal son , Albert F ’ _alster _Lass , We _remeiii ~ be ’ r him ‘ best for his firmn ess and co ur age , when in the face of absenj _ues caused by his fatal disease , he was sturdy and aggressive enough t ’ o come back and make his class . We sadl y m iss the _bunshine and congeniality that seemed ever to follow him , No , ‘ his departure is not onl y a break in our ranks , but Hi _s virtues shall plead like angels , trumpettongued , against , the deep damnation of his taking off . W . FONTAINE , President , Class of _1930 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS HOLDS ITS FIRST MEETING The first _miieet _. ing ~ of _ths _1931 class was held _M’oit ’ day evening , Oc’tu ’her ~~ , 1928 , at University Hall . Little business was discuss’ed ; however , a surprise is in store for the campus , ‘ being voted on by the class . The offices’s for the year are as follows : Mr . F . A . De ~ osta _Pesidant Mr ....