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A WORD IN DEFENSE - OF OUR WAITERS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

A WORD IN DEFENSE - OF OUR WAITERS Why should our waiters in the Refectory , who are our fi’iends , classmates and schoolmates before and after the meals , ‘ become targets for abuse and uncalled for insults during the meal hours ? It is no easy job to serve twenty men when they are pleasant and courteous . But when the men are ru , de , abusive and slave drivers it makes the job doubly hard . It is hi ’ gh time for us to realize that our waiters are human and men like we are . We must treat them as fellow beings rather than as slaves . Since we are men and Christians let us remember the words of-Solomon . Soft words turneth away anger but grievous words stirreth up wrath . C . W ‘ WILSON ‘ 31 .

Publication Title: Lincoln News
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CAMPUS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

CAMPUS NEWS THE Y . M . - C . A . NOVELTY PROGRAM PHI LAMBDA SIGMA PLANS-ACTIV-ITIES FOR THE ENSUING YEAR Thursday night ‘ at’ eight forty-five it was Saturday Night Eleven-thirty or so said the Lincoln University collegians in opening the Y . M . C . A . Novel talent program ’ and they expressed their byperbolie admirably when ‘ they made the Gymn asium fairly dance with melodies . Following this lively opening _Torn Webster , Master of Ceremonies , glided to the center , greeted the audience pith his personality smile and forthwith - summoned Professor James , one of the ‘ Y’ faculty advisors to say a few words - of welcome . The ‘ molecule-tamer , ’ after a witty joke about the Jews , extended an invitation to the students to jo in the fellow-ship groups as sponsored by the Y . M . C . A . These -groups meet weekly at four _ol’ ‘ -five of the Professors houses and have been a tort of strength to those attending . Professor ‘ Hodge was the next’ elocutioner , HO retaliated on the ...

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

FREE THOUGHT OF YOUNGER GENERATION ( Cdntinued from page 22 ) free thought idea is nothing more than ’ an alibi which is used to provide an ex-cuse for the actions of our young people . If we take , for example ,- our present crime wave , or the lines ol dissipation that some of our young -people are following , I do n ’t . believe that we shall have much difficulty in seeing the evils caused through an over emphasis of free thought . I do not claim that a moderate amount of free thought is detrimental to youth because free thought is -benefici al if directed in the right channel . We can not help but look with the utmost admiration upon the merits of Col . Charles A . Lindbergh or- Col . Hubert _Juhian .- Remember , young people , that our parents want to see us enjoy life and to also have a good time , but they do not want to see us get into any unnecessary trouble . We can all avoid trouble if we will practice two specific pi’inciples . First , select our companions and then thin...

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SOCI ETY NEW S [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

SOCI ETY NEW S SEMINARY NEWS DOWN ALUMNI ALLEY With Tom Webster . The Theological Seminary of Lincoln University has taken on new life as a result of large enrollment among the Theo logs this year . The Seminary now boasts of twenty-two future divines . At the first official _nieeting of the year , the following elections were -made : J , E . W . Dyches , President ; F . B . Mitchell , Vice-President ; B . A . Pomare , Secretar y ; C . H . Shute , Treasurer ; R . W . Parker , Seminary Representative to the Y . M , -C . A . Cabinet ; W . C . Minton , Representative to the Student Council ; P . R , Snowden , Representative to the Athletic Council ; B . N . Azikiwe , Seminary Reporter , and Ho _llman , Ser geant-a t-Arms . The P 1 Gamma Psi Class of 1930 has contributed the following stalwart _sons of Lincoln to the Seminary for the year : M . M . Berryman , H . W . Breckenbridge , B . L . Cunningham and Booker W . Watkins . Brother M . M . Gibson of the College class of ‘ 28 , has als...

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SOCI ETY NEW S [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

SOCI ETY NEW S ALUMNI COLUMN MUSICAL TEA The opening of school -brought back to us again James Dorsey ‘ 28 , instructor in Music and director of the Glee Club . Ben N . _Azikiwe ‘ 30 instructor in government and _con lemporary civilization . William Fontaine ‘ 30 , instructor in Latin . Edward Gra y ‘ 80 , French ,. Co rey Mitchell ‘ 29 , Psychology , and Robinson Parson ‘ 30 , Mathematics . In the various leading Theolo gical ‘ schools we find our alumni . At Lincoln are M . M , Gibson ‘ 38 , Edward Cunningham ‘ 30 ; Hal Breckenridge ‘ 30 ; and Frank Mitchell ‘ 39 . At Oberlin we have Stanle y Lynton ‘ 30 , In the Philadelphia Divinity school Othello Stanl y ‘ 30 , Stephen Mack y ‘ 89 and Oscar Holder ‘ 29 . In the Freshman Class at Howard Medical School are Walter F . Lon _gehore ‘ 30 , C , Mervin Jones ‘ 30 , Senor Jason ‘ 29 , Roland Jone s ‘ 28 , Charles Walberg ‘ 29 , and Maynard Law ‘ 30 . Adolph Marrow ‘ 80 is in the dental school . At Meharry Medical School , Russel Reid ‘ ...

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CONRAD AND MORGAN UNEXPECTEDLY DEFEAT LINCOLN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

CONRAD AND MORGAN UNEXPECTEDLY DEFEAT LINCOLN BASKET BALL STARTS - -AT- LINCOLN Morgan College , led by Tom Conrad and Tim Hicks , pulled the unexpected and downed the Lincoln Lions , 26-6 . The proteges of Coach Hurt produced- an offensive attack that not only surprised Lincoln but carried them off their feet . After the ‘ initial _kick-off , Conrad made two beautiful run s of 35 and 23 yds . before finally going over the line for the touchdown . Hicks scored the extra point . - The outlook for Lincoln looked bright _in the third quarter , marching the ball from the 20-yard line by a series of line plunges by Capt . Harmon and end runs by Baskerville and Smith for a touchdown by Harmon . Once again they marched down the field to Morgan ’ s 12yard line , only to have a -pass intercepted by Conrad , who then raced 36 _yax’ds before being downed . A series of line thrusts by Conrad and Hicks carried the ball over- again . Wilson swept around left end for their third ’ touchdow-n and H...

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

ATHLETICS LINCOLN TROUNCES A . & T . 26-G Amid the _roar ’ing of a large throng at the home-com-ing game , the Lions of Lincoln took the measure on Harry Jefferson ’s N . C . A . & T gridders by the score 2 6-6 . Coach Tayl or ’ s aggregation of pigskin warriors showed their superiority over their southern rivals throughout the entii ’ e game , holding them scoreless until the third quarter . Touchdowns were made by Ike Harrison , Shi r ley _I 3 askerville , Spank Smith and Bear La mar of Lincol n , and Dillard for A . & T . The break fo r the Ta r Heels came in the third quarter , when the Aggies came back with renewed vigor and surprised the home team , both with their offensive and defensive tactics . DeBerry received the ball’ and pierced the Lincoln wall on the 30-yard line , through the right side of the line dodging the - secondary defense man by man until he was out In _tTle open : He then fleet-footedly whisked across the hardened loam ~ ...

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LINCOLN SWAMPS ST . PAUL 46-0 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

LINCOLN SWAMPS ST . PAUL 46-0 U nder a clear and cloudless sky , a sparkling autumn -breeze , and old-Sol pouring forth , Orange and Blue clad figures darted restlessly over Rendall Field until they had- rolled up 46 points while their opponents failed to _cr’oss the coveted line . Such was the scene as the Lin--coin Lions reigned in all their glory . Spank Smith- played one of his greatest games , scoring two touchdown s and returned punts with -perfection . La Mar again with his dazzling and zig zag running was an ountstanding -figure during the L-ions onslaught . _- Touchdowns were made by -Smith ( 2 ) , LaMar , Sydnor , Ba skerv ille , Lewis , and Jackson . - The Lions aerial attack could not be stopped . Stretch Sydnor reached Into space and ran 20 yds . for a touchdown , Ci s Jackson also -caught a hot one from _- Yuen and raced for 25 yds . , being down a little short - -of a touchdown . Baskerville proved to be too fast for the southern boys , racing a-round right end for th...

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LINCOLN UPSETS DOPE IN TYING HAMPTON [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

LINCOLN UPSETS DOPE IN TYING HAMPTON LINCOLN LOS-ES SOCCER - TUSSLE AS HOWARD EKES- OUT 4-8 VICTORY The LiOn pack returned to usual form and with their -backs to the wall fought gallantly with a desperate effort to- retrieve some glory from the wreckage ‘ caused by Morgan College the pr’evious week by holding the Hampton ironmen to- a scor’eless tie , The game thr ’oughout was a punting duel played between ’ Bi’iggs of Hampton and La Mar of Lincoln . _‘ Tackli n Ka ne outplayed Thunderbolt Gaines of Hampton throu ghout the game , consistently stopping the receivers of punts and throwing them for losses . James ‘ played his greatest game since he has been at Lincoln ari d if he continues he will sure receive all C . I . A . A . recognition , _- Spa nk Smith ’ s sensational returnin g of Briggs punts repeatedly brought the crowd to its feet . The str’ategy of Wallace and clock-like functioning of the line brought Lincoln back to her high standard among colored colleges and the renewed...

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

ATHLETICS impenetrable stone wall and- while on-offense they made hole s large enough for a , truck to pass through , while the backfield- took advantage of every opening . The numbers- ran up so fast that as far as we know the game ended -with -a score of 4 6-0 . The Li neup _-: ~ ST . _PAUL— 0 LINCOLN—4 6 Conlin ....,, .,.. ... .. L . E Sydnor Sprewell L . P Rainey Colen ~ _an L . G Graves Ames C James Quick R . G Morning Patter _’son ( C ) R . T Kane Baylor ’ H . E Harrison Mauson R . H . B ~ La Mar Booke r L . H . B Bennett Jones F . B Smith Murphy Q . B Wallace Substitutions—Lincoln : Basker’ville for Bennett , Hughes for Wallace , Yuen for ’ Hughes , Waters for Yuen , Hughes for Water’s , Jackson for -Smith , French for Harrison , Lewis for Hughes , Roberts for French , _Brigge for Roberts , _, Moore for LaMar , Yue n for Wallace , Substitutions—St . Paul : Scott for Coleman , Cawthorne for Booker , Wallace for Booker , Gaines for Wallace , Cawthorne for , Scott , Byrd for Mau...

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RA ~~~ STAR-S IN WHITE COLL EGES [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

RA ~~~ STAR-S IN WHITE COLL EGES Joe Mahood , former Lincolnit e , now at Brown Univ ., ran 92 yds . for a touchdown to save the game for his schol , the game ending in a tie . Wesley Fesler , individual star at Ohio State University continues to be the backbone of his team . Willia m Bell , star tackle of Ohio State University , causes Ohio lots of worry , being barred from playing against the Navy in Baltimore , due to race prejudice .

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VOLUNTEER COACH [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

VOLUNTEER COACH He sat in the bleachers at every football game , He kn ew most every player ; he called them by name , He even knew the signals and- what was coming next , And when it didn ’t happen , he certainly was vexed . He ridiculed the coaches , he sneered at all the subs ; The regulars were bad enough , but all the rest were dubs . _- I asked him where he had played the game , because lie knew it all , He answered , quite as if surprised , _ _I never played football . Then came the indoor season ; the court game reigned again , And Coach worked his head off on- his squad of husky men . And sure enough the pest was back , and perched in a sideline stand , To roast the team , the coach , the subs , and even razz the band . I marveled at his knowledge ; he must be pretty wise , Because he knew what should be done and voiced it with loud cries . Again I wondered where he ’d pl ayed , where he had learned it all , But once again the answer came , I ’ ve pl ayed no basketball , Wh...

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

LIFE Life torments me in derision , Now it flickers like a torch , Flagellating in precision , Chaining me in _grltless clutch . Life betrays my firm convictions , How my pride , puerile , I yield , Hearts may burn in predilections , Yet it squirms the open field , Dreary days my hope o ’ ershadows , How the clouds hang low and dull , Now my soul , it doubts and bellows , Followed by a seething lull . Life belabors my devotion , How it tem pt s my honesty , - Yet I face this stern commotion , With an air-of _am nesty ! Life torments me In derision , How it flickers at a flash , But it takes a wise decision To escape its furious lash . —BEN N . A _IKIWFl

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ROAMIN’ IN THE WOODS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

ROAMIN’ IN THE WOODS As I step among the many trees , And watch the falling of autumn leaves , With their individual tints from sunlight ray , I must go ‘ Roam in ’ in the Woods , To see why these souls are so happy and gay . As I look up to the clear blue sky , And see the filtering light descending nearby , With its closing , opening roofs of heavenly blue ; I must go ‘ Roamin ’ _In the Woods , To see if there ’s not room for me too . As I listen to a bird singing his song , My ears and soul are tense for him to prolong , This soft sweet music as If sung to only me;—I must go ‘ Roamin ’ in the Woods , To share in nature ’ s audience this superb melody . —B . F . REED

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

’POETS CAST THANKFULNESS I am thankful for the sunshine Making pearls of drops of dew ; I am thankful for the rainbow In a sky of velvy blue . I a-rn thankful for the flowers And the happiness they br ’ing ; I am thankful for the harvests And the birds that gayly sing . _I am thankful for the seasons And the wealth they ever give ; Life is filled with so much beauty , That I ’ m thankful just to live . —L _. D . HOWARD .

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

NOCTURNE NITE ..,. Dark , Warm . _, Overshadowing the earth Like a black mammy’s breast Meat Heavy .

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CONQUEST OF WAR [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

CONQUEST OF WAR ‘ Burst , 0 realm of damned souls From thy seething womb of flames , Belch forth thy bastard son called ‘ War . 0 ! ruler of Celestial Realms , Thy _hightenings shower on this Tyrant , When he before thee stands . Toward Hades and Heaven ran g this cry From the lips of a mother in whose arms Was pillowed the head of her dying spouse On a field of battle bathed in blood . Nearby lay hei’ only son Yet clothed in the habits of nursing babes . Out from the lurid fires of Hell Bursting those bonds of adamant , Cruelly smiling came blood-stained War . Hate flashed forth from his terrible eyes While the clang of steel , the curse of plague Rang from his swelling lungs . Loosed was he and triumphant He strode about midst cringing men . Their souls he warped , their views he changed , For him they d-ld their brothers slay . In frenzied moments of unhol y zeal To-court his favor , their homes the y gave . Now toward the mother he races swift , Gorging himself with lust and gol...

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HE KEPT THE FAITH [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

HE KEPT THE FAITH He kept the faith and fought the fight , Though dark and starless was the night . He struggled on to meet the dawn ‘ Which ever seemed to stay , Then finally in Joy and glee He saw the light of day . He kept the faith although he bled And even though his partners fled . With might and will he fought untIl His very faith grew dim , And then there came the sun ’ s bri ght flame To soothe and comfort him . He kept the faith when pain and care Made everybody else despair . He looked to God , then onward trod With strength and hope reborn , And soon the night gave way to light Of soul-appeasing Morn . To keep the faith in what ’ s begun Requires the best in everyone . With a heart ’ s that ’ s true , with faith anew , With a spirit of ‘ do or die , ’ Anyone might withstand the night And greet a brilliant sky .

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AFRICAN PSYCHOLOGY [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

AFRICAN PSYCHOLOGY Give me water , give me food , Let me bask in sunshine bright , Let me swim and dive for turtles , Give me yams and pal maut oil , You may take the rest with you . Give me bow and give me arrows , Give me pipe and some tobaccos , Let _ate rove through forests dense , Let me play with God ’ s own children , You may dig your gold and coal . While I treat you as my friend , Grant you freedom over here , You may roam or you may stay ; But you must no pollute my _mon’ala . Or the tse-tse flies will sting you , And Anapheles will bite you—Then you ’ll have to dig your grave . —BEN ~~~ . AZIKI WE

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

’POETS CAST Each must have his tribulation , Water with his wine ; Life it ain ’t no celebration , But today is fine . ‘ Tie today that I am living , Not the years gone by ; Having , taking , gaining , losing , Giving as life wills . Yesterday a cloud of sorrow , Stole across my way , It may rain again tomorrow--Ain ’t it fine today ? —0 . SAMUEL EDWARDS .

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