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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1926
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1926
_IT . _B . EARNU ART R . T . EAR r 4 HART Bell Phone 18-J Ear nhart Bros OXF ORD , PA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS DELCO-LIGHT PR ODUCTS RADI O SETS AND PART S SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED _. Commun ity Cleaning and Press ing Parlor Lad _les’ and Geñts ’ Shoe Shine Hats Cleaned ‘ Dry Cleaned OTIS MYERS 9 ~~~ South 3 rd St . ( Pollock Bldg . ) OXFORD , PA . WATCHMAKER _-- AND ’ — J EWELER OXFOR D , PENN SYLVANIA Men ’ s Shoes Comfort , ~ Wear and Style at Moderate Cost G ~~ mna ’ _s 1 um ‘ Shoes—Ga me W 1 nñer ~ F . E . BRO WN &amp; CO . . OXFORD _, _’ ; RA _., ~~ W m . _. A . ~~~~~~~ NEATLY FURN I SHED _~ ROOMS Moderate Pr ice ~~ A Reg ’lar Fellow w _1 tI ~ the Boys 1791 Ar ’ _fio _Ava _ATI AN ! fl r CITY M I _~
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1926
A DESCRIPTION A VERITABLE UTOPIA . There is hardly a _amen who has not had at some time or other a dream or an ideal . Perhaps you . have dr _’ eamed of _heing a hero , a great athlete , a teacher , a learned physician , a renowned politician ,- or a philantrophist . You , like any other men , no dou’bt , have -wished for the realization of your dream . Ever since early childhoo _d it has been the writer ’ s ardent desire to live , in ~ . town , city or metropolis , where happiness , content and good will reigned supreme . My ignorance of the principles of Sociology or of laws of economics helped me to believe that such an imaginary communit y could exist . ‘ Such a dream was prompted by the strife , discontent , malice , restlessness , vice and crime that have ‘ been witnessed and mad about over all the world . Any individual who sees conditions tha _. t are not conducive to happiness tries to imagine conditions that would promote peac e and content . Thrust aside all cares , inter...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1926
_IWhen a new Broad Street Station is to be built , it is rumored that Kyler will be asked to run one of the electric motors to facilitate the work of the wrecking crew . Gunny Boffman claims that he felt no new thrill in riding on those truckloads of money at Broad Street . A certain lady in Harlem , who is _n ~ ai’ried to quite a wealthy business man , and who , herself , owns ‘ _l ’ uite a bit of real estate , desires to ‘ claim kinship with Pops Yancey . Ask Sheik Hogan . Nieque was quite a busy fellow in . _Lil Ole New Yawk . The class is very sorry indeed to lose a staunch _menther : Trinity Wardl , who J , eft this institution to enter ‘ business . Keep an eye on that jo lly bunch—TwentySeven . ‘ BIRD’S EYES The campus classic in football was played , as it were , some time ago . Some me- . morable instances should be remembered , Being such a wonderful master of the game , I noticed several things unnoticed by the rabble : The Freshies outplayed the Sophs in all departments o...
EDITORIALET [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1926
EDITORIALET ON ‘ THE NO VEMBER I SSUE The supposition that a . student paper at Lincoln was ‘ doomed to utter failure has been partly proved false by’ the success ~ of the ’ November issue of the Lincoln : _News . But the full proof that the student püblication ‘ is well ’ established can be’ rendered only through the success of sequel issues of this paper . It is with a full realizatiOn of that fact that we undertake the publication of the present issue , and that we . call upon our , _well ~ wishers to lend a helping l _and . ‘ So haunted by visions of great achievement we hie toward the goal . CONCERNING OUR ALUMNI Mam _my of our Alumni Were present at the ‘ Howard-Lincoln football game , which was played to a scoreless tie on last Thanksgiving Day in Philadelphia . It happened that copies of this paper fresh from the pr ess , were being sold before , and after the game . ‘ Did they go like wild fire ? No . We approached many men who in years gone ‘ by were students at Lincoln , ...
LIN ’C O L . N . ; N : EWS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1926
LIN ’C O L . N . ; N : EWS Publis hed evei y other . month by the _si’ude _, i . _! _s of Lincoln _Un’iscrsily in _the Stat _e of _. P _cnnsylvan ia ’ Subscri _gt lon : 59 c per year 15 c per copy -Sent to any part of ‘ U . S . A . Advert _ising Rat es ’ _chetmrfmill y given on request Aims ’ and Objects of the _Lincoln News 1 . ’ To ‘ provide an official organ ‘ among the students ‘ of ‘ Lincoln University , in which we can encourage the habit of writing , and of expressing our sen timents pro pI erly . - ~ ‘ 2 . To ~ eàch the th ~ usands , of Trustees , Alumni , paren ts of ‘ the boy ~ ‘ and other friends . Of the institution , and to inform , _theth . of ’ ’ the ; _sCholastic , ( athletic , and other . _interestin ’ g activities ‘ of :, the Campus . 3 . ’ ~ To ‘ _stimülatC among ’ the Alumni the ~ ame ldyal and devotional feeling to our Alma ‘ Mater as , they , ‘ felt during their sc ~ _Rblarship here , , , 4 . To _. make the _ LincOln _NOws the leading college , publication ’in ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1926
Mr . J , B , Simmons Mr . E . W . Turner _Snowhill , Ala , Mr . M . C . Coles—Avery High School , _Charleston , S . C . Mr . B . W . W’hi’teside—Haines Institute , Augus ta ~ Ga . Mr . Sock Lanier—A . &amp; M . College , _Tallihasse , Fin . W . McKinley ‘ Frazier , Mississippi B . A . Birch _, Mississippi B . D , ’ Crud up , St . Joseph , Mo , P . L . Halley _, Meharry C T . Woodland , Howard M . M . Howard , Howard A . F . _Lon’mac , Howard N . N . Harris , Howard F . A . Byrd ( Jazz ) , Columbia , Law _B . S . Taylor , Boston University H . A . Edwin ‘ ‘ B . D . W’hedbee A . M . &amp; N . School , Pine BlufF , Ark , C . B . Woods Raleigh , N . C . P . 0 . Jefferson , Insurance ; Baltimore , Mth L . L . Hill , Banking , N . C . _ B . _H . Archer , Albion Academy , Franklintown , N . ‘ C . THE , ARRIVAL OF THE LOCKERS days the bu siness manager of the Univer- ‘ For more than a year the students of sity surprised the boys ‘ by sending lockers Lincoln University have b...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1926
LINCO LN ‘ UNiVERS ’ 1 Il Y FOUNDED 1859 ~ ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ The Oldest _Institution in the United States for the Higher Education of Colored Youth ‘ . ‘ ‘ _‘ _‘ FOR 1 NF _ORMATJON , _ADDRIISS DEAN OF THE COLLEGE , LINCOLN UN iVERSITY P . 0 ., PENNSYLVANIA ~ ~ ~~~~~ ~~~ ~~ Fine Custom Tailors Latest Styles Best Work Detmer Woolens D’Amario &amp; Santirocco South 3 rd St _,, Oxford , Pa . PIES COFFEE SANDWICHES Ham — Egg — Hot Dog H _ome-made Cakes Meal s Served Chkken Roast Pork MRS . A . R . WILSON _Lin coln Univ ., Pa . ’
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1926
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1926
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Who ’ s Who ? [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1926
Who ’ s Who ? By J 0 . _Flopsori The Faculty—Pr of . Wm . P . _Flnney A few ~ weeks ago , before the _mid-year examinatiions , the students in the _various English classes were greatly surprised one day when Professor Finney stated that he _imtended to resign his position here as _~ . Profe _. _ssor of English . The statement was rather _shoëleing in that we have become accustomed to look upon Professor Finney as a regular fi _, _eture and integral part of the university . Most of us had the idça that Professor Finney would _still be here after we had departe d from these walls . That is the reason that it is hard to believe that he is to leave us . • Professor Finney was born in Mississippi during the Civil War period and in his _early childhood suffered the privations that were brought about by t ~ hat great _struggle . His grammar school education was received in _Illinois , his _preparatory work was done at Bel Air Academy , located in Maryland , _and his co _~ _llege and theolo...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1926
lation by modern governments . The muses still s’ing . They chant the _glory of Greece , the beauty of that country , the loveliness of i’ts women , the influence of its philosophy , and the wonder of its • art . Those duties _pei ~ _formed ~ , they must repair to their homes in the distant mountains , and’ leave us each one to reflect seriously , ~ _incerely , honestly upon the lives’ of those men of Greece and Rome , who have ‘ by great efforts caused their countries to be immortalize’d by the whole world . We reflect and become inspired , really fired with the will to do , the zest for action . We stop marvelling at the greatness of Cicero , the elegance and smoothness with which he denounced Cataline . His versatilit y is a stimulus , our determination to obtain worth , to do _good’ —is our response . Our efforts are not _’in vain . _Thru _them ~ we find our goal materializing . And why ? Because we have _nOt been fearful of old methods ; we have _let ourselves be guided ! by th...
TYPEWRITING DONE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1926
TYPEWRITING DONE at REASONABLE RATES Have your Thesis , Speech , Report or Essay Typewritten . Neatly typewritten work is a ! - ways legible and is conducive to better marks . Corrections made in Punctuation , _Speliin ~~ , Etc . 24 Hour Service . H . DONALD MARS HALL , 16 LINCOLN HALL THE BETA KAPPA CHI COLUMN The Scientific Society here at Lincoln Is making itself a potent factor in the campus life of the University . ~ On Saturday , February 6 , the organization ‘ presented to the student _bodtr a film entitled , Unhooking the Hookworm . It was a very instructive picture which portrayed’ the life history of this harmful parasite , and’ the rnethod ~ of getting rid of it . _‘ The organization is very pleased wi $ _r the way the picture was received by the audience , and trusts’ that , other _picturss _will be received with the same _interest _, Mr . LaVerte Warren , _recording . secretary of the society gave a brief talk before the picture was shown . ’ Ait the ‘ last meeting of ,...