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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

- - ‘ YOUTH While ’ Autumn leaves desert these trees , An ’ d zephyr s drOne with speed ; The ants who ‘ w ’ orked are now at ease To ’ glorify their ’ deed . The flirting grasshopper of style , His wings of fashion , bland ; With open eyes now views his guile , — Bemoans his wilting gland . - So in this span of life- and death , Youth idly spends his time ; Tonmorrow sees his waning breath Departs to paths sublime . TIm e craggy steps of ‘ hits are there For flaming youth to scale ; But few are those who fight and dare—When once they try and fail , Ben N . Azikiwe

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

There are some folks who ’ ve bee n to school And have a few degrees , And yet , they are reserved and cool And act with perfect ease . - ‘ _- Regardless of timeir rank and fame Obtained in learning ’ s _hahi , They hardly ever do proclaim That they must know it all . Ther e ’ s not ’ a man on Mother Earth Who othem s views would spurn , For something ’ s always left of worth Which he himself can learn . So let us scorn and let ’ s ig nore The ch ap whose words appall , But who is just a stupid bore , Who ’ll nevem’ know it all . —Laurence D . Howard .

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THE LAST " PROVERBIAL" LAUGH [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

THE LAST PROVERBIAL LAUGH She : — _- I may as well tell you , my deam’ little ’ fello w , Our gamn e takes its end hem’e—ammc l mmow . I ’ ve ommly been stalling wlmile you have been t’a _! _himm g For me—you ’ re a kid anyimow . You ’ m’e only a toy , a more college boy , Tim at I ’ ve mused to amnuse me awh ile ; ‘ Twas jus t to be _tumm y , I called you nmy _hi _ommoy , How easy you wem’e to beguile . _- _- -Yo u ’ re young amid so foolish , youi ’ love is so schooliehm ,. _- _Mam’m’y—That ’ s great stuff ; ha-Ima ; A nd so I’m m’etum’niimg your riimg and I ’ nm bum ’n ing The letters you sent to _me—Ta-ta . He : — You ’ re awfully clever this m’ornanco to sevem ’ , But wise one—my hove wasn ’t _tm’ue . I wanted to practice , to _leam ~ n a vamp ’ s tactics , And _that ’ s whm y I picked one like you . Why I never - did tarry , to timink I wou ld many A woman -so very _umiti ’uo . And wlmile imow I scom ’mi you , I imoreby inform you This laugim ’ s not omm me— _- _• it ’ s -oim ...

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WINDS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

WINDS To some tim e imow _himmg of tim e fierce Nom’tlm wimm d , Bm’inge songs of battle amid love of wam ’ . Still oth ers iim bois tem ’ous _Eurim s find _- Solace fom ’ th eir hearts 1 mm Imis chilling i’oam ’ ; To the dreanm em’ comes sweet Zepimyr And the wam’nmtlm of Not-u s Sooth es his soul , But to _mim e lusty Boreas _dotlm tell The stom’y of tm _’iunmplm over _ummig imty things , Of tim e flgimt to survive in a frigid _hell , Ami d puny maim ’ s conquest of , Nature ’ s stm’engtlm In a lami d where stom’ms begin , _- Lade n witi m tim e sceim t of Eastermm _balmmm - _- C ~ _nmos Eum ’ue the child of Asia ’s _shiom’es . Stilling mmm y thoughts to a gentle ‘ cairn , He tells _m e _stom _’ies of mystic loves , - Of haunted graves wh ere monstem ’ s sleep . Like time cares of tim e moth er who stills her son , Or the sweetheai’t ’ s kiss on a fervid ‘ brow , On winged foot fm ’ omn time darkening west Comes the wind of content with sleep-filled palm To stm’engthen _wlthm _slu...

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TWOULD BE A DREARY OLD WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

TWOULD BE A DREARY OLD WORLD Ho T-Tnwnrr ‘ T wou ld ‘ be a dreary old wom’ld If _everythi _immg were placed rigim t At oui’ door , _- And when _tlmat gave out our only Task w ou ld be to Ask foi’ _mmm _ci’s , ‘ Twould be a di’eam’y old world If imo one had to _stu ’ _mmgg le , Sweat om’ plan , It takes t h e _m’oughm , ha m’d knocks And a lot of toil to _slmow wh at ’ s _Iii a _m a n , ‘ Twould lie a _dleni ’ y _old _ivorici If none of us was ti’ied and Put to test . Time metal that ’ s forged ami d Bea t and sti’uck is _tlmat whic _lm Is the best , _- ‘ T woulci be a dreary old world If all of us wem ’ e fm’ee from Pai n or stm’ife , _[ _L _’ s tIme h andicaps and time Commqu erin g tim emmm _tlmat -put tIme Spice in life . Lamirence D , Howard .

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’POETS CAST [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

’POETS CAST Said a cer tain Linco _hmm _ m’abblor To a timmmi _d— hook imm g ‘‘ prep Conme to nme , ig noble canine , Put sonic speed _Into your step . I mu st ask you several questions Amid you ’d better get themii righ t . Kindly tell me , _bi _’ihhian tino , Ju st h ow clark is darkest nigh t ? Wha t ! and you can ’t answer that _omme ! Wha t a good- for-mmo _thmin g pm’ep ! Well , tlmen , tell me , stupid lookiimg , . J ust how _hmiglm is highest up ? Holy Mose s ! you ’ m’e the darndest Dumbest guy I ’ ve see to-day ! Why ’d yo u ever coin s to college ? _Kid , yo u ’ re just here in the way . So tlm e _fm’eshm mmian , _feehiimg ch eaply , Scared to talk or even pout , Seemmmed , to know not omme iota _01 wh at timing were all about . L , D . THE FRESHMAN’S DILEMMA

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AUTUMN DAYS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

AUTUMN DAYS Time dancimmg loaves upomm tim e trees _Am’s _tmmm ’n ing brown ami d m’ed . Beca use of fm’ost tim e grass has lost Its color and is dead , _Aimd _mmomv mmo mom ’ s _mviii mmm usic scam ’ _Fu’omn _thmm’oats of hark and wren , They ’ ve taken flight by day _ammd mmig imt To tm’avel south again . ( Continu ed on next page )

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’ U M ISCELLAN EO US [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

’ U M ISCELLAN EO US TRY TO SMILE Whe n you ’ re feeling lonesome , When you ’ re tim’ed and blue , If you think your friends Are not exactly true—Try to smile . _Whmen the Fates seem angry And the sea _Is rough , When the hand of fortune Seems a little gruff—Try to smile . Oft it takes a stm’uggle , But it pays you in the end , For many times a smife Wihi get for you a friend—Ti’y to smile . —Lauremmce D . Howard . AUTUMN 1 ) AYS ( Co ntinued from page 13 ) The _whm ippoorwi _hl again is still , FIem’ nest is _linde and bai’e , Time babb _h imm g br ook h a s a lonesome look—Them’e ’ e sad ness in tim e _aim ~ . _- _- Tim e mocking bim ’ d whose _somm g was hmeam ~ d Has even heft us too . Tim e butterfly does not flit by—She ’ s gomie j ust _hihc e the dew . I t seems like gloom ami d not pom’fume , _Wimich issues fm’om the rose , My hone _so meness I can ’t express _Whm emm sunmmer comes to chose . —La ui’emmce -D . Howai’d . THE PATH BEFORE US ( Coimtin ued fro _m page 4 ) too ,...

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Answers to Questions on Page 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

Answers to Questions on Page 2 1 . A n Ayu is a’ -fish fo und only in Japanese watem’s . 2 . 1616—by Dr . ’ Joh n ‘ Bull . —Dr . of _Mu _siqu e . He wrote the music but in the guise of a _baihh iard or a _dammce . In 1832 Dr . S . F . Smith wi’ote the present ‘ ai r , ’ - 3 . H . G . Watkins—seeking now a direct route from London to ‘ Winnipeg , across Ireland and over Greenland ’ s ice caps nea _, r the arctic circle , 4 . Eleven . 1922 _II _. S . Open ; ‘ 24 U . S . Amateur ; ‘ 25 U . S . Amateur ; 26 -U . _- S . Open and British Open ; ‘ 27 U . S . Amateur and British Open ; ‘ 28 U . S . Amateur ; ‘ 29 T _, ~ . S . Ope n ; ‘ 30 , British Amateur and Ope n . 5 . Seventy thousand tons as compared with 100 , 800 tons showered on Colonel Lindbergh on Imis retum ’n from making the first flight across the Atlantic . 6 . Of the 100 , 000 killed in accidents in the U . S . approximátely 25 , 000 were killed in the home . 7 . Russia . _- 8 . Ki ngsford-Smith , who flew in his plane ’ Sout...

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PRIZES [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

PRIZES The following pi izes have beeim awam’ded - tom’ acimievement- during the session of 1929-1930:-THE MASON PR-IZE IN LATIN , founde’d by _Dn Alvin S . Ma son , Salem , N . J ., awards -fifteen dollars to tile student who hae . shown most improvement in the study of Latin . _- Awarded in 1929-1930 to Ham’old _Alexandem ’ Femiderson of the Chase- of 1932 . _- THE BRADLE Y PRIZE of a gold medal to that member- of the Senioi ’ - _ChaSe who ‘ h as maintained tim e highest average standing -in selected branches of Natural Science , Awarded in 1929-193-0 ‘ to Charles ThOmas ‘ Holloway of tim e Chas e’ of 1930 . _. _- THE M RS . LEARH STANFORD PRIZES IN MATHEMATICS , of a first medal , or ’ it s value , _. flf teen -dollars in gold ,- to the student standing , highest , and -a second medal , or- _- its value , ten doilar _9 in gold , to the student standing second ‘ in the -courses -in Analytic Geometry and Calculus , given by Dr . ’ J . Tho mas- ’ Stanfom ’ d of tim e Class of 1891 ....

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IT SEEMS : [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

IT SEEMS : _rfhma t tm ’ aimspom ’tation ‘ is goimm g to be nmig lmty pl entifully th is year ; until winter eliminates some of tim e ‘ struggles ’ . Drummond line is getting competition from _Hoplc _iim s & May Co ., and tim e Mais Flyer , not to mention the better estabiis imed ones . Tha t Geom’ge Dm ’umnmon d wammts to _chmarte i’ h is cam’ foi ’ tim e same price that tim e P . R . R . asks tom’ omm e of their ci’ack Pullmans . We must say he will be on Easy Street wi th Chubby . Stretch Sydnor and John Butlom’ feel conscious strickemm and want to give _mis a semmiom ’ Prom ; _m’athmer the rest of tim e Junior Prom . Feed ‘ em chicken ami d watcim ‘ em fail is a successful sloga n : Woof Woof is Pimysical Ed _, Directom ’ anyway . Week-End Club has m’educed its membem ’ slmip since ( Contimmued on _imext page

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

-MISCF LLANEOUS

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

Geo m’ge Gibson _Dickem’son Nat _lmammiel Patton Leslie _1-lugim Dommawa Ermmest Lee Perkiiis Herbem’t Jones Em ~ _wiu _- James Howard _Zamnam’ Smith Jo seph Russell _Evami s Roscoe Allen Sw ann Melver Clinton Feltoii Furman _Lamv . Templeton _Holhis Sid ney Tildon TIme col umn , For time _1 _~ _iahl of Famm me , is a new one . I n each issue of time _News , sevem’al _naummes of men , outstanding about tim e _canmpus , will be _mneiitioned . ‘ Time a _mi _tim om’ immtend s to be emmti _m ’ely impartial and , _lm emmce , a _illOll will m ake time ‘‘ Hail oh’ Fame ’’ by lmis _mn em’its alone . _Lmumm’ence D . _Howam ’ d tIme oi ~ igm natom’ of the featui ’ e would _appm _’ e _~ lMe t he co- ~ pem’a tion of ‘ thme - student body in nmakl _u g elec tions to the Hall of _Fánmo _. ’’ Thm at is , if a cem ’ - _taimi maim _abou t Lincoln imas outsta ndu mm g qualities and achie v em en ts ~ _vhmieh appeal to you , su’bnmit th at maim ’ s _imnume ’ to tIm e a _; u ~ imor of th is coiunm n an...

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

MISCELLANEOUS Policy Pe te gave out three fives amid 554 last Juno . Li ncoln is becomim ig a m elting pot ; rathm em’ hmetem’oge nous _cohlectio mm . Orientals , Indian s , _mnom’e Imidians and _othem’ - Indians . Ki ng Geom’ge felicitates _Immterilational Cm _’icketero at _Lincohum . Turk Bammto _mn , sel f-appo imm ted capt aimm . _‘‘ Bimbo ’’ still h as his _ch ronic cim _imi cougim . Ananias Lee in Li ttle Whmite Lies will soon be m’eleased by time Y . M . C . A . Bag . Bantonm amid Mac are seemm toget imem’ quite _a bi t . Get scared Chicago . TIm e ‘‘ _Fighitin ’ ‘‘ Parson h as goime _him fom ’ football and apples . Adam ate omm e too , but _h ot six . Th a t Old Gold host h is gold C . I . A . A . baseball . That water thm _m’omving camm mmot thmri ve with tim e woodem _i canopies over tim e doors . Tha t love comes _uimseeim—we ommly see it go—Cimic Ovem aih . . Timat oum’ waiters timink th eir am ’ t lies imm _mnakimm g _mis wait in spite of our food increase timis yeam ’ ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

Junior Honor Men First _Cm’ouip Fm’ammk Augumst u s Do Costa Seco mmd Gm _’oup Albe rt _Claii’boi’im e _Bum _m’wehl Lem’oy _Deumumi s . _Tohm _mi _comm Jeffe u’somm Deveaumx Davis _l _3 ym’omm Fam _’boaux _Reed _Th meodom ’e Fi’ed’k Hawkins _Bitel Riley Grover Clevelamm d Hawley Leon Stednman Thomas Geoi’ge Washin gtomm Hummt _dm’ Theodo m’e _Fm’edcm’ichc _Wahkem ’ Thomas Andem ’somm Webster Sophomore Honor Men Secoiid Group . Jesse F . Ammdem ’somm Lawm ’ emmce _Dunham’ _1-boward Frank Reginald Browmm Joim n Lemmmu ol Huntley z Edmumnd Mommm ’oe Duu ffy , Ju’ . Wal tem’ G . Jomies Ag new Ross Ewimm g Edward L . Male Ham’old A . Fender son Osceloa _Dubo i ~ Moom ’e Rodeu’ick Reuben Fox Cm ’ispus _Attucks Palnm em _’ , Ju ’ , A . Fm’edem’ick Williams , Ji .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

HONOR MEN FOR 1929-1930 Senior Honor Men Magna cam Laude Chas . Th os . Holloway , Jm ’ . He nri Nelson Myrick _Jumhiam _i Francis Mum’ray Virgil Tate L . Rammdhe Young ca m Lands Benjamin Nnamdi Azikiwe Th omas Cam ’ m’ McFall - W . Tho s . Valei’io Fontaine Thum’good Marshall Joh n Bm’yant Gm’eene Com’ey Oswald _Mitch ell Ma m’shail Sylvestom’ _Johmn somm Fm’ed Douglas Mym ’ick Geom’ge Wilbur Lee . Cimam’les Fm’ankiyn Nom _’ris Thmernma _-mm _l _3 eimjami _mm O’Dammieh

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

Freshmen Honor Men Seco nd Group Clif ton _Bem’nam ’ d Bm’adley George Ahbem ’ t Gom’e Robe u’t William _Bm’aslmeam ’ s Geom’ge Russell Kimm g Th omas _Moumtiei’ _Bm’owmm Sterling _Juhian Maupin Wilf m’ed C . Chammd lem’ _William David _Meekimis Henry Gilbert Cornwe _hh Howam ’ d Moses Nash

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The ’ Value of Study [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

The ’ Value of Study ( Continued from page 3 ) get understandin g . The same mental process enables man -to become master of all he surveys . - ‘ Men also learn through delving into the depths of the mind that many ills corn-mon to humane are caused ‘ by thoughts themselves . It has been psychological study that has taught men that hate , jealousy , anger , an d fea r give rise to numerous ailments . To those who study , the _stai’tling fact is proved that the color of a man ’s skin , the size of the lips , the width of his nose , and the _m’ohiglon which he believes have nothing to do with his ability . Only through study is it shown that an un cultured white , man is as pitiful a eight as an _uncultui ’ed black man . The same systematic contemplation gives the startling , evidence that Negroes don ’t like water-melons any - better than’ any _- other race ; that Negroes like chicken no better _thami _anyomu e else ; that black men aspire to . more than Crap-shooting ; and that they...

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‘ LLINCOLN UNIVERSITY FOUNDED 1854 The Oldest Inst itution in the United States for the Collegiate and _-- Theo logical Education of Colored Youth OFFERS A THO ROUGH COURSE OF INSTRUCT ION IN COLLEG E AND THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY UNDER A COMPE TENT CORPS OF PROFESSORS AND ASSISTANTS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

‘ LLINCOLN UNIVERSITY FOUNDED 1854 The Oldest Inst itution in the United States for the Collegiate and _-- Theo logical Education of Colored Youth OFFERS A THO ROUGH COURSE OF INSTRUCT ION IN COLLEG E AND THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY UNDER A COMPE TENT CORPS OF PROFESSORS AND ASSISTANTS FOR INFORMATION ADDRES S _- The President or Dean , Lincoln University , Pennsylvania . ,

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EARN—H ART BROS . Oxford , Pa . _- _. EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

EARN—H ART BROS . Oxford , Pa . _- _. EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL We apprecia te our Lincoln University trade and - hope to _offei sudh inducements as to continue holding it . _- _McCULLOUGH ’S ‘ DRUG STORE M . L . McCULLOUGH , Drug gist Oxford , Penna . Compliments of _- _- _‘ - K ’ FR ’K ~ & _’ _, FR _’ _1 E DD _- - HARDWARE ’ . South ‘ _Thini’Street ; _- _- _OXFORD , PA .

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