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TODAY IS FINE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

TODAY IS FINE Sure this world is full of troubles , I aint said it aint ; I have hard enou gh and double Reasons for complaint . Rain and storm have come to fret me , Skies were often gray ; Thorns and brambles have beset me--Ain ’t it fine today ? What ’ s the use of always fussing , Makin g trouble last ; What ’ s the use of alwa ys cussing , Thinkin g of the past ?

Publication Title: Lincoln News
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

MISCELLANEOUS DIARY OF GLOBETROTTING ALUMNUS Summer 1930 . Oxford , E ~ ngland . Met Dean Johnson at the International Congr ess of Philo sophy . He -wished to have me attend a session of the congress , but up ’ on second _thougbt remembered how his logic put me to sleep and refused to have me nap on the brains of the world . Sep tember— - Met Arthur Motley , Univ . of Edinborough Medical student at tile customs house , Southhampton . We interpreted for a grad of ‘ 89 who was being held up for not ’ accounting for some uncut diamonds he _h ad brought fr’om Africa . A missionary to Nigeria with a cocoa , rubber and Ivory business on the side . Sept . 14 . On shore , Ne w York—Enj oyed first class service and cuisine : discoverea that the steward was kicked out of Lincoln in _- ‘ 00 for hazi n g and was still waiting for a break to get back . 14 on shore , Ne w York--Dr . B . P . Roberts , Puss Saunders , ‘ Kid’ Collins and George Goodman official reception committeemen slept three ho...

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LINCOLN AND AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

LINCOLN AND AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK Lincolmi _IJmiivems ity is to celebrate Amer ican Education Week in a most appropm ’iate setting . Each morning ’ s ch apel _soi’vice will be devoted to one phase of this stupe midous theme , We are joi nin g our thoughts , aspi rations _arid prayers with those of ovem’ twenty-five million _studen ts , arid a million teachers , who on the same days will offer their tribute of loyalty , devotion and service to the v _Istest and most important of our civic organizations . One small fox slips in her and asks , Why so much ad _vem’tisimi g and ballyhoo ? The schools are her ’ e wheth er we wil or will not . They need no _nnom’e vaunting than this’ other matter-of-fact govem’nment institutions or ser ’vices . They are already fully able to take care of themselves arid indeed , they are gouging mom ’ e and more of the public revenue . Doubtless this is only _th e advance agen t of a propo sal fom’ a big bond issue and mom’s taxes ! Well , how any real s...

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THE Y . M .- C A . COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

THE Y . M .- C A . COUNCIL The Y . M . C . A . council met at Chicago Oct . 20-23 , It was a gathering of some 350 _delegates fi’om all ovem ’ this U , S . It , meets once a yeam’ ami d is t h e governim _ig -body of t _h e Y . M . C . A . matters conc erning the total yearly budget staff and methods of work of this various depan ’tments that _comile up for _discus ~ _iomi . Them’s wen ’ e two _item s that should interest college men . The first a restatement of this prime _PurPose of thi s Y . M . C . A . was worded as follows : The Young Men ’ s Christian Association Is a fellowship whose _priniary purpose is to win boys and men to Jesus _Ch rist , to Associate them in ~ Christian living , and to help them to discover ami d to accept the full meaning of Christian discipleship for their own lives and for society Thi s secon d was a resolution introduce d by the Tennessee delegation and signed by active southerm i delegations . It i’eads in _pam’t : In view of ‘ recent widespread di...

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

MISCELLANEOUS love for the mother of his knowledge ami d skills , pa sses _understhnding . If such there be go mark him well . The American schools are . not institutions or services , They are living , growing social organisms as concrete as the family . You am’s as much a child of the school as of the home . Thi s analogy is not wholly true , and should not be considered so , but omie may say : As you are born a physical bei ng in th ~ home and nourished on solid f ood , so you _al’s born mentally amid s ~ _ii’itu ally _imi the school and nourished on ideas and ideals . One of the great reasomis for this week is to help break down any such division of _funetlon as that analogy implies . The school building and its- equipment is as much thi s home of the child a-s is his house ari d its _furn _lthr e , _- The teachers are as interested in the child ’ s growth ami d education as is- the mothem ’ Of the family . The li ne of divi sion between thi s home and the school is not easy to ...

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FOR THE HALL OF FAME [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

FOR THE HALL OF FAME WE NOMINATE MR . THEODORE HAWKINS . ‘ Ted , ’ as his sch oolmates call him , is a membem’ of the Senior class . I-Is conies from Orange , N . J . Hawkins i ~ an _honoi’ m an . He is Editor-in-Chief of this Lincoln News ; pm’esidheni t of thi s Umiiversity Musical Chub ; a membe r Beta Kappa _Cli i Honorary Scientific Society , a student imistru ctor in Chemistry ; and a very likable fellow . ‘ Ted’ _intenidlO to specialize in chemistry . JESSE F . ANDER SON OF THE JUNIR CLASa . Jesse is on e , of thi s New York boys lien ’ s at Lincoln , ami d you h ad bottom ’ riot belittl e th e big city in h i s pi’esones . Anderson is ant honom ’ student ; a member of the Student Council ; a member of the Glee Club of which

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HIS FIRST- SUIT OF LONG PANTS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

HIS FIRST- SUIT OF LONG PANTS ON EXPECTING OVERDUE MONEY FROM HOME Bobby Davis felt so ready That he knew not what to do—Couldn ’t keep his body steady In that suit so shar p and new . To the street I am a-going , And his hat he proudly took . Soon this whole town will be knowing Just how swell I really look . Then he started but was dizzy , For he held his head so high , But it seemed that folks were busy And they all just passed him by . All the peddlers who were selling , Failed to turn and look his way , _Eveg the newsboys loudly yelling—Not a word had the y to say . Bobby ’ s stroll was quite dismaying—He returned and took a na p . In his dreams thetown was saying , Bobby , you surely are a sap . I’d walked about the campus , not a - Penny to my name . The way I wanted money was a Dirty , crying shame . You talk of being hard up _—I was Poorer than a mouse , I couldn ’t even purchase buns at Ch ubby ’s eating house . Why kick ? says I , my herbs will come 0 , yes , for goodness...

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LOOK UP [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

LOOK UP There are times When the sun doesn ’t seem to glow And the gentle winds fail to blow , But these can be seen and felt , If we but ‘ only—Look Up ! There are times When visions in dreams fail to come true And the person of your love fails to love you _~ . But these can be realized , If we but only—Look Up ! There are times - When we may fail to reach a goal And feel that there ’s nothin g left for the soul , But these can be made and saved , If we but only—Look Up ! —B . F . REED

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

MISCELLANEOUS organization he is also publicity manager , and a member of the Mask and Gown Dra matic Society . All who have seen him perform can vouch for his talon as an actor . Mr . Anderson inten ds finally to study theolo gy . JOHN W _. JAMERSON OF THE SOPHOMORE CLASS . Mr . Jamerson hai ls from Savannah , Ga . He finished Dunbar High School in Washington , D . _0 . Since being here at Lincoln he has become rather outstandin g . He is essentially artistic , which fact is especially noted from his dramatic ability and his skill as a violinist , _J ’ amerson a a member of the Mask and Gown Dramatic Society and a first tenor in the Glee Club . The stri ng quartet claims him as a member . All told , John is a nice chap . L . D . HOWARD .

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T . H [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

T . H Your eyes . Are wells of hQneliness . Lips _, . Carmine floods of fleshiness . Your hair . ,. Glace , sand-swept jungle tracks That- settle into the black bottle Of night ,

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TO THOSE WHO WOULD RULE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

TO THOSE WHO WOULD RULE DESIRE AND SUPPRESSION If thou would dream of might ari d power , Then fix thy thought on Pagan glories . Let all thy hopes be centered on the h our When in matchless spl _sndoum ’ thou shalt stand Lord h igh ruler of a migh ty land .. In thi s deep chambers of th y _hieai ’ t Cherish the seeds of hate and woe . Sham’s with no other thing own part , Break thy plough in life ’s hard soil , Wrench thyself free from honest toil , For power was oven’ a kin to gi’eed , Suckled by lust in sorrow ’ s bed , Reared with destruction ’ s fearsome bn’eed , He respects no sire non’ loves the bm’east Where as a babe his head found rest . Might , the comrade and twin of power , Fears himself ( alone ) so dire Is he . He cultivates no loving flower But dwells in regions when ’s fioweth blood , Like a torrent ’ s waters in spn’ingtime flood . Sons of men ! turn ye to God , Dream no such evi l dreams as these , Love thy bro thers and till the sod . A place for thee , Heaven ’s...

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TO ARMISTICE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

TO ARMISTICE The waning _m oon besides the speckled space , Obeys Thy sacred will ; Retrieves to ocean deep _Th y face—Upo n the cloudy hill . Th e flood is battling currents high and low , Man ’s foe and friend forsooth ; Reveals Thy power as breezes blow—In majesty and truth , How long shall _man ikind cease to war and kill To gratify its gm’eed ? Was yout h to bear this brutal grill That flaunts and dims his creed ? I was not made for ’ mean and brutal war , God ’s will dan’e not conflict ; I live for love and not for war , - I must thi s woi’ld convict , ‘ Tis time for man to cease to blindly grope ; Love is thi s will divine ; Whate ’ er I do , I still will hope— ’ Eternal bliss is mine . —BEN N . AZIK IWE CONDI TIONS IN’ THE DINING HALL ( Continued from page 24 ) of the hall to the other , and make whoopee in general , The visitoi’ to be diplomatic may say , 0 , well , they ’re college boys and are j ust acting collegiate . However , deep down in his heart he says , If this re...

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

MISCELLANEOUS A BRITISH BARD ON AMERICAN COLLEGE FOOTBALL A reporter interviews Will Shakespeare . What means this shouting ? Julius Caesar Down ! Down ! He nry _VI Well Placed ! Henry V An excellent pass ! The Tempest A touch ! A touch ! I do confess ! Hamlet I do commend you to their backs Macbeth Would lie were fatter Julius Caesar More rushes ! More rushes ! Henry IV Poll _Mehl , down with them ! Love ’s Labor Lost This shouldering of each other Henry _VI Wilt thou set thy foot on my neck ? Twelfth Night Let him not pass , but kill him rather Othello Being down , _I have the placing Cym _behi ne ‘ Tie sport to mau l . the ru nner .. Anthony and Cleopatra I’ll catch It _‘ ere it’ comes to ground Macbeth We must have bloody noses and cracked crowns Henry IV Worthy sir , thou bleedest , thy exercise hath been too violent Cariolanus It ’ s the first time that I ever heard breaking of _i’ibs was sport As you like it This is a practice as full of favor as a wise man ’ s art Twelfth Ni...

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MISCELLANE OUS—Continued , [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

MISCELLANE OUS—Continued , for what once was . white but which now are so dirty that they have assumed a weak gray color , The cook down stairs sends up some dark-looking stuff on a rusty platter . After due contemplation , the diners come to the conclusion that it _Is meat . Sometimes it’s cooked to death . Other times it is as tough as heather . Potatoes may be served next . In fact they usually are served . These may be one of several things : dirty , too grasy , soggy , or just tasteless . As a rule a fellow who eats in the refectory develops keen vision . This comes from his habit—it really becomes an instinct—of looking for articles of filth , grit , and dirt in the food placed before hin ~ . This surely is a soi’ry condition . Many a man sating th is stuff in the refectory for four year’s , hea ves he r e minus a stomach . There have been many evidences of such cases . Well , every bad condition can be changed by applying the right remedial measures , Whoever is ’ ~ responsib...

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

body should -be given his walking papers . We candidly believe that the cooks ai’e careless , Regardless of -how good lie Is , a careless , listless cook is no good . Everybody who calls himself a man—a real ‘ he ’ man—should be able to stand criticism . If this little criticism has hurt anybody we feel that much the better , because we believe in the old saying relative to whose ox is being gored . ‘ ‘ - We believe that everybody connected with the management of the refe ctory is responsible for the pitiable condition there , Then , it seems to us that everybody should take his respective job more seriously . That , we- believe , is common horse sense ,. If things don ’t get better , if -f ood isn ’t prepared in a cleaner manner , if better food isn ’t given , then somebody ought to be fired . ‘ Here ’ s hoping , however , that during these chose times that it won ’t be necessary to fire anyone . We would rather—that’s what we ’ hope we are doing—appeal to reason , to the fairness ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930
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Page 38 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

THOSE who do not live beyond their means today in the future will not have to live without means . We pay 3%% on Savings . ‘THE NATIONAL BANK OXFORD , PA EXCLUSIVE SERVICE Phone JACK -6057 THE ANTLER BARBER SHOP JOHN DUNCANSON 1716 ChrI stian Street , Phila _,, Pa . William Branch W . C . _Sta-nbaek JOB PRINTING John Spence 100 % Satisfaction Our Aim Phone 22-H . 104 Coach St ., Oxford , Pa

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Page 38 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1930

C . B . ‘ Spence-r _-& - ; Son HARDWARE Stoves , Ranges , Furnaces , Hot Water and Steam Heaters , Kelvinator Electric , Refrigerators , ‘ Durant Cars and ’ Service OXFORD . - : PENNA . HILDEBRAND’S LIGHT LUNCH ‘ ROOM OXFORD , PA . Compliments of BOSTON SHOE STORE 316 Market-Street Oxford -Pa . , , Gibbs THE JEWELER YOUR JEWELER South Third Street , Oxford Pa IIfl _ _IIU IIfl _IIII _IIII _flhI _, _~~~~~ , _lIJI _IIII _lIU _It _~~~~ _ul _~~~~~ _IIlI _IIN UV N ~~~~~ P _, Up

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