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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
OXFO RD STEAM T At’ NDRY McFADI ’EN _S _. _S OXFORD , PA _. ’’E . L . TWY FoR-D _- _- AUT-OMOB _I-LE ’ REPA _IRING and ’ ACCES $ _ORIES _- ~ ‘ _- _- _- Gas—O il- Storag e _- _. _. Cars ‘ Wa shed an d ; Polished— ~ Electr ic . _Wel 4 ibg . and ‘ E ~ ght-hour ’ Battery ~ Char _ging-., _- - Opposite P . R _.-. R .-- Depot , ’ - Oxford , Pa
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
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Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
In Business 48 Years 5 Months WILLIAM BURLING THE A B C OIL BURNER _- DEALER IN General Hardware ,. Pa ints , Oils , Glass , Stoves , Heaters , Ranges _- MECHANICAL ENGIN EER in Constructing Steam and Hot Water Heating and Ventilating Plants Hydraulic and Pump Work Sanitary Plumbi ng and Tin Work Done _Esthuates _Furiulshed _-. _— _-- _——Correspondemice Solicited WILLIAM BURLING No . 306 Market Street , Oxford , Penna G . W . SLOAN FORD PRODUCTS Sales and Service Tires : and : Accessories West Grove , Pa J . F . BAKER Auto Electric and Service Co . I gnition , Battery and Radiator Specialists Builders of Quaker Batteries WEST GROVE , PA . Visit Our New Gara ge
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
1 ~ _TI GIBBS THE JEWELER Sampies Lut icate _- - ~ - _-Y Jewels ’ ‘ . ‘ Patent Medicines , - Toilet Article s South Third Street , ’ Ôxford ~ _- Pa Buy your Shaving Needs , Toot h Paste and Brushes , . _- _- _— _- - _- Stationer y , Pens , Etc . , at a better price . t ha n anywhere _in- OxforcL DURANT -SALES and SERVICE - _- _. Auto _- Repairing and Towing ‘ Service SAMPLES’ CUT RATE , C . B . SPENCER &amp; SON _- _- _- _- _- ‘15 South Shird Street , OXFORD , PA . - Oxford ~ Pa . , Tel . 256- _- _. • - HARRY SANTIROCCO - L _. W .. COLL I-NS ~ - -: - _- _- Moderate Dry Cleaning Stationery , Jewelry , ’ _- Wall ’ Papering ,: and Press ing . and ’ Tailoring Sporting Goods : . ‘ _- _- Oxford , Pa . _- _- - _314 _’Market _Str fet _, _H Q * for 4 Pa . THE OXFORD PRESS J obbing Department :- ’ Compliments of OXFORD AUTO RADIATOR CO . Awaits _your- smallest - or largest ’ or _der Oxford , Pa . . 25 South Third Stree t _IIU _I _$ _I U _~~~~~~~~~~ NU j N _jIIi I HN _flhp _. _— _~~~~~...
Volume I _NOVEMBER—1930 Number 2 THE STAFF [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
Volume I _NOVEMBER—1930 Number 2 THE STAFF Editor in _Chief _... - _. _- _.. _~~~ . _‘ _. ~~~ _The’ódo _re F _• _Háw’kln 8 ~ - . _Asslstant _. Business M ~ nager . M . W . Davis Associate Edi tor L D Howard Advertising Manager 3 Maup in Athletic Editor S Ma upin Assistant Advertising Managers _Swaun , Erwin Literary Edito r T Webs _ter Cir culation Manager B F Reed News Editor C C B Shelto n Assistant Circula tion Managers S Moore , B 3 Martin Business Manag ti L J May , Jr Secretary-Treasurer T Walker
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
IN- _-., Tft:-iS ’ _,, ’ -ISSUE - . ‘ _- - - _- Pag e A British Bard on American Football 37 A Word in Defense of Our Waiters 26 Alumni News 29 Alpha Phi Alpha Holds Initiation 28 Among Our Books 23 Campus Racket 25 Colden Brown and Oscar Chapman Debate Scotland 26 Conditions in the Dining Hall 24 Diary of Globe _Trottin ~ Alumnus 34 Down Alumni Alley . 28 Dr Labaree Heads Delegation 26 Fiye Students Lose Library Jobs 26 - -Fre , e - ‘ I’hought , .. , ‘ . ‘ . . . ‘ . _,. . - ., . . . _. . _- _- . ‘ . . . - 22- - Hall of Fame 85 Ix ~ ony of E _... ~ J . Hall . . ‘ . _. ~~ . . _..... ‘ _.-. , . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 ’ _Langston’ _. _Hughes’Visjts _LjncoJn _~ . . . _- ‘ 29 ‘ Lincoln and - American -Education Week , ‘ . ‘ _- _. . 34 _- Lincoln University Quartet 28 Lion ’ s Paw , The 24 Musical Tea . 29 Phi Lambda Sigma Plans Activities 27 Reverend George Imes Speaks 26 Rbmance of an East Indian Bride , The 25 Seminary News 28 Spirit of Thanksgiving 22 Sports 80-31 Y M C A Council 85...
VITH TH E EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
\ VITH TH E EDITOR THE SPIRIT OF ‘ THANKSGIVING Blow , blow thou winter wind ! Thou are not so unkind _- As man ’ s ingratitude ; _- Thy tooth is not so keen , Because thou are not seen , Althou gh thy breath -be rude . Freeze , freeze thou bitter sky ! That doest not bite so night As benefits forgot ; _- Though thou the waters warp , Thy sting is not so sharp As friend remembered not . Sh akespeare . It has been an unfailing precedent made more lasting by continued usage to celebrate at this time of year , a period of Praise and Thanksgiving . • It is left with the individual whether he -celebrates or not , al though the annual date has been set aside by national decree . We do like to feel , however , that every one has a thankful heart and attitude for those things which have been beneficial to _him during the year , and to those friends who have strewn his path with sunshine . - Some authors cl-aim that there should be no special day or season for the giving of thanks , b ut dai...
FREE THOUGHT OF THE YOUNGER GENERATION [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
FREE THOUGHT OF THE YOUNGER GENERATION By Hewitt H . Bourne , From time to time , I ha ve heard people say that this is _au era of f ree thought , when the young people , esp ecially , are given more freedom than any previous generation has enjoyed . Let us consider this statement seriously , _‘ in order to see jus t what is behind It . Practically all of us realize that we are living in the so-called jazz age , I think thhat we are also aware of the fact that -customs , traditions and even life itself -change simultaneousl y with time . Granting these facts to be true , do you honestly believe that it is best for an individual to lay aside his home-training and even his self-respect _80 that he might be considered a ‘ Big Timer ? ’ Personally , I do not . But I do , ho wever , realize that there are many people in this world who dread being jus t a little different from the rest of their -companions . Due to this fear , they follo w the crowd and its ideas . Most of the people who ...
EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
EDITORIALS AMONG -OUR BOOKS There has been too much comment recently on B . C . Hall’s denunciation of petting parties on Lincoln University ’ s campus . Many public statements have been made by faculty and student authorities of this institution showing the fallacy of such an _acëusation ~ -Nevertheless assuming Mr . Hall , who by the way is not an alumnus of this school , was justified in his charges , I- still do not feel that he _- did the proper thing by publishing them . Far better would it have been _fdr him to have taken the matter up with the school authorities . His actions to the contrary leads me to - believe him a notoriety seeker at our expense , _- For one who has taken such an attitude there are scarcely words- of contempt strong enough to express our feelings toward him . The best we can say is that such an act constitutes meddling and unnecessary slandering . A person who constantly meddles means to do harm , and is not sorry to find he has succeeded . He is a -tre...
EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
EDITORIALS THE LION’S PAW CONDITIONS IN THE DINING HALL ( By B . N . A . ) PREAMBLE This column is not a means for tirade agains t any individual or group . It is a column for honest comments on current topics and self-criticism as it app lies to our cam pus life . As college men we realize that education should make us to be more art iculate _in our expressions . It the ultimate aim of college education is to make us to be men , and real Linc oln men at that , then this column has no excuse for its existence . The opinions expressed herein are the aut hor ’s and his alone ; if you differ with his views you are welcome to shoot in a reply . THE WAVE OF IRRESPONSIBILITY Lincoln Universit y in keeping with the tradit ions of the past has always encoura ged students to work their way throu gh college . Some have done this either in whole or in part . It is a ‘ good thing to be able to -find refuge in an institution so paterna _listic in its ideals , but it is poor sportsmanshi p on the...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
THE ROMANCE OF AN EAST INDIAN BRIDE By Herman Seesaran . Do you know of any man ‘ who has a son to be married ? asks Bajp aul , Yes , I rememher;— sometime ago I was introduced to- Mr . Roopchand , _Who had one , ’ and _I am certain that he -was enquiring wbether , _I knew of any respectable person who had a dau ghter to be ma r ried . That’s fine , Bhagwat _, Thank you . Mr . Bajp aul goes to _ROopchand ’s home and introduces himself , I hear that you have a son to be married , Mr . Roopchand . _- Yes , I do , but tell me , to what caste do you belong and what is your financial status . They chat to become better acquainted and perhaps _, to make the talk more interestin g , a bottle or two of whiskey—called ‘ daroo ’ , may be consumed . At the end of their conversation they have gathered from each other enough information concerning their resp ective social and financial status , But before _I leave , can I see what your son looks like ? requests Mr . Bajp aul . Yes , you may . Th...
EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
EDITORIALS CAM-PUS RACKETS It seems that ever y college in order to be so recognized must have its scholar , it ~ athlete , and finally its racketeer . At one time I thought that Lincoln would soon lose its first class rating due to the retiring racketeers . In the class of ‘ 30 , with such notorious characters as _Snowden , the hot shop man , _Spuds the pie ‘ _tuna , and T . B . O’Daniels , the bus man , graduating , Lincoln ’ s future seemed very clouded . But I am glad to see that the good work Is still going on , and the student’s pockets are kept as fiat as ever by a different bunch . Not only is one able to get a hot dog , delivered to his room , neatly laid between a well aged bun but if he stays up long enough ‘ Hawley , the pie man , will be around perfectly satisfied to sell his last piece of potato l ) ie . The nice thing about it is f-lie service . Why you can hear ‘ Dog Man in the house’ and ‘ Pie man ’ anywhere from 8 : 30 in the evening till midnight . Ot _course this...
CAM PUS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
CAM PUS NEWS COLDEN BROWN AND OSCAR OHAPMAN _, PICKED TO DEBATE SCOTLAND TEAM FIVE STUDENTS LOSE LIBRARY ‘ JOBS Judges Sebastian , Ridgley and Bullock were momentarily baffled when pressed to give their decision on the tryouts for the debating team . Their problem was to select two men for the debate with Scotland and six men to represent the school for the year . Ten men all together participated and the competition was so keen that an accurate decision was utterly Impossible . Professor Bullock reported that the scores of the first speakers only varied by fractional parts . And it was after quite a bit of deliberation that Colden Brown and Oscar Chapman were picked to argue the Scotland team . After this debate they will work with Clarence Mitchell for the rest of the season . The other members _selectd wre F . A . Dcosta , _I- ~ . 0 . Cornwell and F . Brown in the order named . . _‘ ‘ Babe’ Gray , a member of last year ’ s debating team , was chairman for the night and he handled...
DR . LABAREE HEADS LINCOLN DELEGATION TO PHILA . CONFAB [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
DR . LABAREE HEADS LINCOLN DELEGATION TO PHILA . CONFAB At the recent interracial conference held in Philadelphia under the auspices of the - Amei’ican Interracial Peace Committee , Lincoln University was represented --by Doctor R . M . Labaree , Professor A . A . Bullock , B . N . Azikiwe , Horace C . Woodland and Albert A . Tillery , The theme of the conference was Teaching of History in -Colored Schools , Among the distinguished speakers of the day were Doctor Carter G . Woodson , editor of the Journal of Negro History and Doctor W . E . B . DuBois , edtior of the Crisis . Most of the speakers believed that history , as’ taught today , is pure propaganda to glorify the achievements of a particular race or nation . The Negro , it was asserted , had played an important part in the history of the world and should therefore be included in history , not necessarily as a domestic but as one who had made definite contributions of cultural value to civilization .