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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1929
OXFORD STEAM LAUNDRY McFA DIEN Oxford , Penns ylvan ia _H _. B . _Earn _ha _rt R . _‘ F . _Earnhnrt Bell Phone 18-J Earnhart Brothers _E _ORI ) , PA El ectrica l Contractors DEL C O _.. _LI GI-I T PRODUCTS RADIOS PH I LCO BATTERIES Baer ’ s Dru g Store OXFORD , PA . Drugs and Stationery Lincoln Studen ts i ’ _rlnter _for Four Years Llt’i’TER it _EA _1 ) S ENV _IdLO _t’idO _81 _I _~ L _ITi ~ A l ) S _FId _S’I’IVAL _BiLLS SU _l’i’Ett BILLS 100 % _Sa _~ tsf _actlon My _Au _,, OXFORD’S Job Printin g Office JOHN SPENC E , Prop . Seco nd and Coach Sts . Phone 82 W OXFORD , PA E nterta _inment Bills _P ubl _I c Sale _inuui ~ FUNERAL NOT _ICES _Pilit t _ed Day or _NIGht ’COLLINS BAZAR I-Ieadq uart ers _for - STATIONERY AND STATIONERY SUPPLIES SPORTING GOODS BOOKS , MAGAZINES , CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS THE GIFT SHOP _OXFO R _DI PA
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1929
RAD I OLA VICTROLA HEAD QUARTERS McCRERY S 30 _5 . Third St ., OXFORD , P . ~ ~ The Douglas Pharmacy _Jame s _I-I . Patterson P _11 G . W . Cor . 16 th &amp; _Loni b _~ ’rd Sts Ph ila ., Pa . CHEQUETA Lunch Room South Union -Street KENNETT SQUARE , PA Rev . Mrs . Wright , Pr o p HARRY SANTIROCCO TA ! LO RING CLEANING , PRESSING , REPAIRING S . 3 rd St ., Oxford , Pa . W e a pp r eciate our Lincoln U _ini v er sit ~ trade and hope to offer such induce _. _nient as to _coLm _n ten _anccr _m olding i _~ , McC ullough ’ s Drug $ tore M . L , M CCU LL O UG _H , _lY ~ ug _gisr OXFORD , PENNA .
Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1929
Photos of S _tu den ts ~ _--C _rad ua tes , and Class Group s a Spe cialty S . W . OCt-I S , Photographer , Oxf ord , Pa Simon ’ s Shoe Repair Shop 36 South 3 rd St ., Oxford , Pa Bell _I’I _, oi _,,, : _Rl ~ _te _, _i _liot _: se _2705 _o _PEN _lWENINGS HARRY . CIPLET WO _RKT _’ _sIEN’S _CL OT I _-IE S _I EAT _h E R . TACKETS and SHEEP SKIN COATS ARMY ANI ) NAVY GOODS 1642 Marke t St ., P h ila ., Pa LINCOLN STUDENTS Phila . Cut Price Store _I _! _Sou ti _n 3 rd St ., Oxford , Pa . For Clothing and Shoes YOUR S BUYS MORE
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1929
LINCOLN UNIVERS ITY FOUNDED 1854 The Oldest In stitution in the United States for the Collegiate and Theological Education of Colored Youth . OFFERS A THOROUGH COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN COLLEGE AND THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY UNDER A COMPETENT CORPS OF PROFESSORS AND ASSISTANTS . FOR INFORMATION ADDRESS , _, THE PRESIDENT OR DEAN , LINCOLN UINVERS ITY , PENNSYLVANIA J oshua Thoma s AVONDALE , PA . Plumbing and Steam-Fitting E . J . PRIC E g The Univers ity Painter and Interior Decorator Lincoln Univer sity , Pa
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 January 1929
Students ! See Samples FOR YOUR NEEDS IN Tooth Paste , Brushes , Shaving Cream , I _. ot ions , Razor Blades , Talcum Powders , Hair Preparations , Etc . ~ Nex t Doo r to SAMPLES Globe Theatre OXFORD , PA . Prescriptions Ca refu ily Compounded of the Pu r est Dr ugs Cigars and Tobacco , Stationer y , Soda and Mineral Waters , Tonics , Etc Arthur T . Cameron Pharmacist Drugs and Chemicals , Toilet Articles , Perfumery , Propr _letar ~ M edici n es , Bat h Soaps Bell _Telepho ne _. _—Oxfor d _59-M Lincoln _University , Pa .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
THE STAFF • Acting Editor _In C ~~ ef . Theodore F . Hawkins Associate _Editoi L . D . Howard Athletic Editor ~~ . Maupin Literary Editor T . Webster News Editor C . E . Shelton Business Manager L _, J . May Assistant Business Manager M . W . Davis Advertising Manager J . Maup in Assistant Advertising Managers Swann _, Erwin Circulation Manager B . F . Reed Assistant Circulation Managers _.... S . Moore ; J . B . Martin Secretary-Treasurer T . Walker
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
IN THIS ISSUE Anomolies of Life . Athletics . 10-11 Freshman Program Hindu Mysticism International Union _Interrogatuni Instructors Jack Cotton at L . U . Opening _. 7 Orchestra Entertains Students 6 Miscellaneous 15-17 I ~ _atli . Before _tjs ‘ I’he Poetry • 12-18 Professor ’ s Son Teaches Spanish Prof . Kuehner Teaches German _.. _. _.. . ... _• ... ... Seldon Award , . Socièt 3 r ~~~~~~~~~~ _• . • . . . . . _. . . 8— 9 o ’ 32 : _l _7 aIue of Study . • ( 1 . . , ~
W ITFI TH E : EDITOR THE UPRIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
W ITFI TH E : EDITOR THE UPRIGHT There is not a student on Lincoln University campus who has not _tal ~ en part in or listened in on one of the college famed ‘ Bull-sessions ’ at some time . These informal conferences hold discussion as the spirit leads them on any subject , that may not necessarily be planned , but will inevitably be one which the _‘ hoi palol ’ terms , of common interest . These topics range from Religion to ordinary behavior of the students in every day life . However , there are some subjec ts that get more attention than others , and these might be those which the modern mind has the greatest tendency to doubt . _Th us , If we were to take a vote , past and present , we are sure the subj ect of sex and sex behavior would stand out ~ as the most discussed topic then and now . This subject is certainly one that has been widely discussed , not only in schools , but • by those who study the conditions , see the faults and are seekIng a remedy . As a bit of digressi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
CAN YOU ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS ? 1 _, What is an ayu ? 2 . What is the earliest date of the music to America ? 3 . Who is ranked first among British explorers ? 4 . How many golf titles ha s Bobby Jones won since 1923 ? 5 ,. How many tons of paper were showered upon Admiral Byrd in New York when he returned from the Antatic ? 6 . What proportion of fatal accidents occurred in the home last year ? 7 . What country did we recently refuse to arm ? 8 . Who is the newest Atlantic air hero ? Note : Answers will be found on page 14 .
ANOMALIES OF LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
ANOMALIES OF LIFE THE NEW LINCOLN _’ MAN B Be n N . Azikiwe , This is -a life of anomalies . Human conduct is so inconsistent , The high and low are subj ect to the same temptations , The weak and th ~ mighty are capable of acts of duplicity , You smile , I weep . We mash our souls in camouflage of artistry . Inwardly I broil , while outwardly I smile , and nobody knows . We are all painted faces . College education reveals t _h e anomalies of life . Beware of the pitfalls of life , young man . Lincoln is not a ‘ place for you unless you can grit your teeth and keep pl odding to the fore . Be a Lincoln’ Man , and as tim e y ears roll by in ceaseless flow , yo u ’ll have no cause for regret . Life is a sem’ies ot hard knocks and so-it has _Its anomalies . Last June the numerous prep schools throu gh out the United States graduated a group of young people who co nsidered themselves to be well enough qualified to hold responsible _positions in this fast-movimig world . This same group ...
EDITORIAL S [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
EDITORIAL S THE VALUE OF STUDY By Laurence D . Howard . Tim _e value of stud y is _lim itless . Studying is a ment al _1 _, _ruce _~~ . and , a _, ~ such , may be followed by ij _rth ~ e an d pauper alike . Very few people evei’ are truly happy in this world with its manifold vices ~ hates , like s , di slike s , and unf airness . It is by study , however , that men forget themselves , _fom ~ get time unworthiness and mediocr ity of daily existence , and picture the world as they would like to have it . _‘ Study enables men to assume mental ‘ wings and within a _sl ~ _iit’ second alight thousands of miles away in _som e Utopian habitat , _Som e place , perhaps , where the tepid morning breezes _evei- arise and kiss the fragrant flowers and scatter a _pei _~ f ume of ambrosial sweetness . Men , through study , learn how to harness the unlimited powers of Nature and use them for general comfort and benefit . Thus , through study the energy that blows the top off a boiling tea-kettle i...
EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
EDITORIALS HINDU MYSTICISM Magic ! what an alluring tem’m . Immediately one comij ures up a picture of a Hindu temple , _dim , mysterious , dismal ; where the priests commune with the gods amid the clouds of incense ; and where the occult sciences—astrology , divination , spiritualism , alche my ami d the evoking of spirits are practiced . The question now arises as to the bim thpi ace of magic . The bi rthplace of magic , so to spealc , is undecided . Well known writers claim that Egypt was the foremost of the two other _coummtries which produced mystifyin g feats , while others claim that China was first . Some claim that India was first , because feats of clairvoyance , telepathy , and Hindu Spiritualism were spoken of in _the Ved as which according to some scholars of Or _iemital imistory were the oldest books in the libm _’ary of mankind . This fact , therefore _wam’rants the conclusion that India was the ‘ birthplace of magic . _Hypn otism may be considered to ‘ be tile most f...