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

_‘ _Als desultory as tjhe whole affair may _sesim’ in , _sjpchs it will be well to _remneiiiihC’s ~ that many of the _person s ‘ with wfh _olm we _assoalaite daily are ~ J ~ n _, _or _~~ _al’ _dr emotionally _unsta _1 _bk ~ We ~ ll _ha _, ve ‘ what we Call ‘ our ‘ own _peeul’i ’ _airit _. _ies _,, _~ 1 h’ey _, are said to be _norimnial _~ _beoau _, _se they ‘ _possess _their _, pecu’lia _. ri _~ _tieis and do not let themselves become lost in their personalities , _Aifter _all , t _( _hiis writer does n ot , co _, _nsider _‘ _tl’i ~ e ‘ whole affai , r w ’ _orthy _of over _‘ c _, o’ncern _in th’e _straigIi’t thinking individual . Do , n _~ t scorn the fe’eble-m&nded . Pity

Publication Title: Lincoln News
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1928

d ’ _e’tec _, _tive to watCh ‘ _him , _It ‘ _wins _thouglht he _might be a spy for the French _‘ RevolutionAnd’ good old ~ _am’uei’ _Jo’hns’on Who touched every po _~ it _a ~ he ‘ wont down _the ‘ _street , ‘ _ivlhfo _allnrys _desired to _come ‘ out _cd ‘ a _db’or _‘ with the Same foot forward ‘ and who would go back up the _steps to ‘ come out ag ~ a _1 _iii if he missed it the first time ’ . ‘ _Ab queer a ~ fls _, h as ever lived . But ‘ he was’ the greatest _ican ‘ of his time _~ _in ‘ English literature , Soc ~ ates _we’s _ridicule d sad _lau’glm _, _ed _at by the ‘ _wita ‘ _of _Athens ~ ; _Joan ‘ of _Alec w _1 as held ‘ by her nei ghb ors , when ~ he told th eni about _The _l’i ~ ht she sa w ~ to _Abe a little ‘ cracked ; S ’ _aint _FranCis of _Assist was not _taken seriously when he _taihed of his _li _, _t _. ~ _tIe sisters _ , the _iar _1 ks _, Edison was , a queer young f _lilv _, Jn , _getting f ired for rigging’ up a device ‘ for ‘ _elesitrocuting _OcCirroaChes and thus _...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
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THE F R E S HMEN R EVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1928

THE F R E S HMEN R EVIEW Nominees for said position were as fol_iw’s : Mr . Paul Terry , Mr . R . Hatcher , Mr C . Mitchell , Mr . _Allen , Ft wa’s then motioned by Mr . Preston to have men as nominees to give minute speec hes , The resol _~ uti ’ _oi ~ was put in order , _properly seconded’ by Mr . S . _Williams , carried and’ so ordered , These men were then voted upon , the lowest three ‘ being eliminated by unipopular vote . ‘ The position in question was then between Messrs . _Mitchell and Terry . A conslant tie prevailed’ and’ the meeting was broken up’ by _ill con _, _tention _, s . _IWONDAY EVENING , FEB . 21 , ‘ 28 ‘ On the above date at 6 : 30 P . M ., members ‘ of the Cla’s’s of ‘ 32 met in ‘ chapel’ with the upper-Iclass Student Council ’ , to elect permanent officers of the class . _‘ Mr . Hayes Burnett , presiden t of said Council , _presided . Mr . Taylor , ‘ 3 ’ 2 , motioned that a new election by Council ‘ be held . Properly seconded and unanimously voted on by clas...

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

WHO’S ~~ HO AMONG THE _IFRES HM EN The _biggest _~~ _tch—Albert Brown _Bookwor _’ _in— _Fran’ki’e Brown A second Joe _M’i’liler — Vic Young Always wants a _br’eak— _Bobo _Will’iam’s P’ais _, s , the pe’as— _Odsi Moore Laziest _inan—O . _‘ R ~ _tcIiffe _‘ _I _! _h’aniat’op ~ sis— ~ _M’eAden _Always late for cI ass— Turk Morton ’ _IVDost h’an _, _dt’om’e boy ?— _F’reehold Modlin _Everett Wizard ? - —‘ ~ Lou M’o ~ _siely Carpetbagger—T erry _Wli’at ~ s goo d for horse _, s ?— _. ‘ _O’ates , Oates M’ost desperate m ’ _añ—P _, hiel’ds Most feathi’l _nian ~ _—IHon _, _Paeker _Lloyd _Lai ~ getst _appetite— ~ Si’r _Roderi _1 ck Fox The first _martyr— ~ _Cei ~ _spus _A’ttucks Palmer The three niusiky _, _s’teer _. _s- ~~ Hall , D . A . Brown and Hunt Hop John from _Jndian’a—J . Ri’dley Kentucky Red _, Terror—4 Ri’chard _’ s’o _, n The man fr om forty-eight states—Hon . Pierce Page The bi ggest kid’d’er—4 E . _, _Roiberts , _Smoothe’s ~ _t—Toin Rodgers , _Jimm ie Grewford Morn _m’ais _boy—The...

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

WHAT’S WHAT AMONG PHI DELTA THETA ‘ MEN Thomas Sylvia Branch , the barber of _no mea n note , _lIghtens our _up ’ ~ er extrem- ‘ _ities _, of foliage , and’ tries to make us more like John _Gilbert or Rudolph V’alentino , so ‘ we can _carry ‘ em around , Hayes Moon Burnett , the stet , boy , ‘ has , because ojf hits smoothness , jumped’ into ‘ deep water thi’s year . What will he do , ‘ sink or swim ? Elmer Lorenzo Douglas , the _thief of ‘ Bagdad , recently journeyed down to the mo _, n _’ ume _~ ’ta 1 cit y . It is said he went to scout a football team , Was she a nice scout , Do , ug ? _Myle’s A . _Hi’blbler , Arkadelphia Dan , still _delt _! _are’s he wears . no man ~ s ‘ collar , because the girls m ~ g _1 ht scratch their beautiful arms when _l ’ oving him . John R . Hill , Senator , the mighty tackle of the Lion’s , has now ‘ bee n named Snookum ~ s . Now smile , ‘ Senator . ‘ George R . _Charlerton , ‘ Kid Droop , _i’s now trying to learn the game of ‘ bid wihist . He can be...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1928

‘ POET’S PAGE - ’ _4 _K 40 ~ OK 00 _$0 _< ~~ 4 _K _4 LIFE Like a boat , toss ing On the surging sea , Seeiking some haven To anchor , So we amidst ‘ strife , Are _struggling for shore , And a ‘ harbor _- Away from the waves of life . _~ _11 _IVER _JACKSON ‘ 0 , ALMA MATER ! Now raise a song for Lincoln . Let hearts and voices blend To celebrate her praises whose fame shall ‘ have no end . While fellowsh ip makes holy , while eager ‘ ho’p e ‘ elates , And visione d men come thronging through her ‘ spacious -gates . _THOIM’AS A . _W’EIBSTER LIN COLN ’S OLD PUMP In the space between the University Hall and ‘ the S’cience Building there lies the s’pot Where an old _Lincolh pump once stood . Another pump now takes its place and the spot is still frequented by the students to quench that _everlasitin’g desire , thirst , That great desire of thirst is met only lb , y a physical satisfa ction , Those concomitant satisfactions , life t’he freshness of a spring of nature bestowed t...

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

THE . INDUSTRY OF A BIRD A little ‘ bird with fluff y breast , Set out one day to ‘ build her nest ; To make it _s’tu-rdy , neat , ‘ and strong—To stand’ the winds which came along . S _; h’e worked’ and’ toiled with all her’ _mi ght From dawn of day to dusk -of night ; S-h e never from ‘ her labor s’hirked , But ever strove and dail y worked . A’nd while she wove ‘ he-r ‘ bits of -grass The scorchin’g days did come and -pass ; And ‘ one day at the set of sun The _‘ _birdie found . her t’ask was done . Although she found it hard to do , S’h e n . e ’ er gave up ‘ but s ’ aw ‘ it through ; _An’d _‘ a ~ s -she went to sleep that night She slept in _calm and sweet _delight . So ‘ _worlk , my friend , incessantly—If you in peaceful mind’ would be . ; For daily toil and ‘ honest’ sweat Will make you proud of _what you get . LAj _WREN ( _CE D . HOWARD BLUE Oft-times I am bordering On the ‘ brinks of despair _, And continually wondering What secrets 1-ic down ‘ there ; Th’en my Bacch’ial -...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
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JOKES [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1928

JOKES _Did you ‘ find’ what you were seeking - in our litt : l ’ e jokes _ao gay ? We hope you did’ , and _also That you ’ll _snuil ~ e again- some day . WHO WA-S RI GHT ? Rev . Coleman : Do you kn _ow _i’ve had that car four month-s and haven ’t had a wreck ? Rev , Robinson : You mean you ’ve h-ad that wreck four months and- _h-aveit’t had a car . _IT IS SAiD That Foots Alilen is a _reipu ’ ~ _abl e ‘ baskethail player ’ . B-ad omen to the veterans . That the _defe _~ -t -of Gus Mo’o-i _’e ‘ by our own ‘ _Captain Mite-hell has ca-used quite ‘ a co ; n 1 _, m e ~ r _% ‘ in college track cir’cles . - That Bill ‘ Cl’ark covere d all that there was to -be covere d at _sh-ort- _’stop , for _tho . ~ S _, _om’ervi _~ l ~ _Eiks ~ f New Jersey . Look to your laurels , Jiver . That Frank _Dc _Cbssta -should ’ win a guard berth on the ba ~ ke’tJ b _’ a _1 j team this winter . _- Jo&’ M’ahood has enrolled at _Br’owir Co ] - _1-ege ‘ this _fall . Th’at Avery _is a basketball ‘ playe...

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

JOKES _lForsner Teacher : I don ’t like to hear ’ that you are _sit the bottom ‘ of your class , Howard- . ‘ Howard Jason : Well , Senor , it ’ s not my fault . The fellow that ! s always at the bottom is at ‘ home sick . ~ ** Dad : Well , son , _now that you ’ are ‘ through _college , I hope you will go out and look for a j _ab . James G _~ ’een ( Year 1930 ) : Not much , _1 _worr ’ _, t , Dad ! Let ‘ em come to _ore and ‘ bid for _nty services . ‘ Mr . Thomas : Judging from your report , son , you are behind in your studies . 44 _Artiie : Well , Dad , how could _I pursue them if _1 were not ? * _C _C _‘ Prof . James ( to sleeping Steele and Dowling ) : Steele , what were you busy doing last night ? _lSteel ’ e : Noth in _ . Prof . Ja _, m’es : And Dowling , you were doing ‘ what ? _Dowlnrg ( awakening , under pretence of ‘ being alert ) : _Hei _, _pimj _, ’ -Steele ! Pr of . _Lalbaree : Mr . Linton , will you please run up the _curtain ? _- Stanley : ‘ Well , Professor , _Pm not m...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1928

Georg e W . Richardson TAlL OR Collegiate Clothes M ade to Order Cleaning and Pres sing Moderate Rates

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This , Pa ge is Ed ik ’d by WALTER E . L ONGSHORE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1928

This , Pa ge is Ed ik ’d by WALTER E . L ONGSHORE Sport ‘ Editor to carry on the good work . The -coin’bimati’on of ‘ Clark , H ’ _utto _, n , Baskervil’le , and , _Groiss’o _, n _, _pr ~ _oceedeid ‘ to _turin _thingis’ into a track mreet . Armstrong was the one luminary for the _inrad ’ e _, rs . , His generalship , heroic g _’ amenes ’ s , a’nd- sterling _p’ _1-a _~ dng at qu ’ _aiterba _: c-k , _niarked’ him ’ ‘ as a player of the _tfirs _, t water . The _fa ct that _h’s continued _‘ to stand up under fierce tackles _ott’ _- _Sy’dn’er , _Al’len-, and 1-larmon ’ , won _foi’ him the ‘ applause ~ f the _raltble . To-ward-s the end , of th’e game , Jerry and Rc _-: _ds’go’t got gen _’ _eroii’s and added a touchd _, ow , n a-piece . Sydno’r broke into the scoring with one , poin’t ‘ after this touchdown ’ . The Fine-up : _Lincohit , SI ~ aw _Ails-n .., ....,.... L . E Bullock _Douglas L . T , , _‘ _Cas’terlin’g Frazier L . G Carnogy _Jia’son ‘ C _yield’s _Rolbin’so-n R . G , ,.... ......

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

- ATHLETICS Shaw Pays Us a Little Visit , ’ ( By , Bt ~ s ’ s _Longslhore ) _Out of the _sti-l’lness ‘ of ‘ the night , renting the heavy _calm , comes the thundering r ~ ar of the king of ‘ bea _, _st’s , Leo , -the _mighty viWd . n ~ g of _ajl’l _‘ anim’aldom . Ph-s ‘ birds hear and twitter in terror , the smaller _a’nii-nr-als tremble , draw further’ in-to their burrows c-nd huddle together in fright . None dares to v’en ~ ture forth to g _~ ive ‘ _hattie—to question’ _his _suprem ~ _aIcy . _Biu-t the lion is hungry , _vi’dtory starved , his -powerfully _rn-u-sd edl _s’tomn , ch is _dlrawn and -gaunt . H’e roars again , but only _, Pha’edra’ ( the moon ) dares show he ~ face’ , and’ it is ‘ at he’r that he shouts his- ‘ defiance . ‘ _Uip and down , _Rendal’l _Eltadi _, _u’nr he _rag’es—the Shaw panther , in University Hall , ‘ hears and ‘ wonders why he ventured from- hi’s stronghold in North _Oarolin ~ , _Play breaks and ‘ the mighty lion hats not ‘ be-en -able to ro—u t the _ln...

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

_erinig—to be thrown in the ring with him is to descend into a- _m-alstormn . _Itt is similar to running into an aeroplane propelior . His left packs the _kick of -dynamite or T . N . T . ; hi-s right has- the jolt ~ f a hundred thousand volts _ott’ electricity . It lashes out with the speed ‘ of lightning and land-s with the ‘ same d ~ _evasta’ting effect , Out of the ring he is ‘ a _joilly and’ goodnatured fell-ow , the idol of the campus and the king ’ of j o ke ‘ tellers . ‘ He is _extremely _pupullar ’ with’ ‘ the _~ _nemibers of ‘ both se ; ‘ Above _all ; _-h-C is an example ’ of every manly quality worth having , a pro-duct of clean living and a clean sport . Any _oldi time his merr , y laugh or rather powerful voice can be heard telling some yarn to ever-ready listeners . -Look at him sometime real closely , and see in him the _embodiments of those lines and _muscle _, s that made Gree lk are - ren-own throughout the world . The writer has seen rn-any boxers and witnessed ‘ ...

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

_Welbster was _ui ~ _’a’b 1 e to -find ‘ words- suitabl e to pay them homage ; Edison is unable to invent devices ‘ to awaken them so that ‘ they may ‘ perceive the huge outgrowth of their energies , _If atoms were dollars the _tini-vers-al _woi _~ _ld ‘ _would be _unable- to corn-pensatt-e them ; the country affords no stone _mountain _~ ‘ oo-d _enough ~ to bear the likeness of these pion ~ _ei ~ s’ for us , It _i _’ s indeed n-ut merely a patriotic duty why we honor and pay homage -a-nd tributes to these men , but a-Iso a religiou s duty—a sacred -duty— to give thanks to God ~ th at a home peaceful and pl-ac ~ d ‘ has been given u-s . The _- _Introduction of the Negro _Slhve - P-he ~ ood ‘ brought into the new world _, was _estimable , ‘ but regretfully we must at- ‘ so observe’ in _th’e’ annals of history ‘ that along with’ the good th’at civilization h-ad attained , came the evils which man h’ad riot wrestled’ from the inf luence of his barbaric instinct . Slavery , the _m’ost o...

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

Assyria ‘ slowly hut surely came from und’er the’ ‘ stroke of Roman triump’h ’ancy ; as the colonies of America ‘ so sagaciously crep t from under the iron claws _Of Engla nd , so will the Negro follow in the course -of the . laws - of nature , eliminate ‘ his oppression , solve his p-r _o’blems , and rise _to unlimited h _~ jg hts of _sucic’e’s-s . _- Let us continue our education , strengthen our religious faith , discreetly pres s onward with a ri ght will and stern action , better our economic condition s and -our goal will inevitably be reached . GEORGE - _RUFUS’ RE’E’DER THE JOHN MILLER , DICKEY SOCIETY ‘ The John Miller D ’ i ’ ckey Society officially began _its activities for the school year with an entertainment at the _hom e o _Prof . _Lablaree . This meeting was feature-d by many inspiring talks ‘ b y the memibers , and by a very -livel y discussion as to what the program’ for the _year should be . ‘ Plan s are ‘ being made for programs to -be rendered not only in the nea...

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

A 1 , pha Fraternal Organization . His talk dealt with The Negro Achievement in Art , hut chiefly in the Art of Literature , both prose -a-nd poetry . And Thursday , the Achievement , although not the greatest of the race , -but the on-a which in my opinion , -offers the _he-st field for progress , is ,, Negro Achievement in Business most forcefully brought _- to us by one of the Gods of 31 , viz : S . J . -Baskerville of the Kappa Alpha Psi ‘ Fraternity . The last of the morning exercises was ably co-n m dlu’cted by Ca’ptain Frank B-er-anrd Mitchell of the Track Team , and most ar-dent spouse of _athletics in Lincoln . His speech-, Negro Achievement ‘ in Athletics , wasindeed the acme of perfection in finishing that noible week of Achievement -am ong Negroes . If no negro had achieved a las’t place in sports , his speech should hav e long been an achievement , in that _th-e’ in ~ spiration should -spur our dusk y athletes on to greater _attaipments . All the students look forwar-d ...

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

Don ’ t Forget the Game at Washin gton ‘ on Thanksgi ving Day

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