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STUDENT COUNCIL GIVES SMOKER FOR ALUMNI [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
STUDENT COUNCIL GIVES SMOKER FOR ALUMNI ( Contim _mued from _ii Page One ) _dleuit of the _Altmni _uii Associat _ioui , was then imitu’odh _ucedh . He cx—Pressed ! _the semitime nt of th e Alumni say ing that they were _h ot at all _disp leased with t _u e tea _m as a wh ole , rea _h izim i g th at th e team is hamidicapped i by a very li g ht _hu e amid backfiel d . I—Ic continued by say ing that the _Alumii _uii was in accord with _tu e aims of _time Liberal Club ami d _Stiu chem it Coumicil in their attemiipts to improve conch — tions in general omi the cau ’npus of the Universit y . I _wroulc ! rather h ave the type ‘ of stud ent at Liii—colmi University play football ami d h ose , lie saidh , _thiaui have the type of _stticheuit emiro _hl ed at oth er Uu _u i—ver sities _wrhich subsidize . The new Busimiess _Maui ager of the Umiiversit y _w’as in full syni — _oathiy with a _un _iou i of tim e Stud ent Council , Alum iini , and factilty thiat _\ _vouhdh work for the bette _i _’m...
PROFESSOR P . S . ’ MILLER PREACHES AT TOME INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
PROFESSOR P . S . ’ MILLER PREACHES AT TOME INSTITUTE Professor P . S . Miller l ) _u’eachiedl at Tome Institute , Port Deposit , _McI ,, on Sunday , Nove _uiib ~ r 3 . _Tomii e Institute is a prepar atory sch ool sending the majority of its students to Harvard , Yale and _Princetou _Uiiiversiti ~ s . ‘ Professor Miller is also a _uii eniher of the Ph iladel phia Classical Club wh _ich is an orgau _mizatiomi of Greek amid Latimi scholars , The persominel of th e ‘ club is mach e tip of soni c of the faculty _uii enibers of the foreniost’ eastern uuuiversities and colleges .
FHI BETA SIGMAS RE SUME ACTIVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
FHI BETA SIGMAS RE SUME ACTIVITIES Mu chapt er of Phi Beta Si _g’uii a frateu’miit y has m ’eturnec l to its an—nun _] proce _dl u m’e , Plans for t h e emisu _iu _’m g year will _so ~ mi be comp letec ! amid _forwr ar _dl edl to t h e N at i ona l offi ce f or approva l . Th e officers of tim e chaptem ’ am ’ e as follow ’s _i—lem’b eu’t D . Byruec , . . . Pi’esi clent _Reub _eu i Dailey , , . . Vice : Pm ’esiclemit _Clyd e G . _Atwehl . . Cor . Secm’eta _m ’ y Wi _hh _iam ii M , Jom ’ chan . , Rec , _Sec ’ y . , Lom _’euizo Mor _m ’is .. ,,, . Tm _’easum ’ei ’ _Lloyd N . Saulter . . Sgt . a t Arms .
THE " OLD LINCOLN SPIRIT " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
THE OLD LINCOLN SPIRIT Give nie thiat _Old Lincoln Spirit , we _san g as _Fresh _inien . ‘ G ive nie that Old Lincoln Spim ’it , we sa _uig as Sop homores . Give nie that Old Lin _cohmi Spirit , w e are still simi ging ’ . Our song and its plea _mnq st fall upon empty ears because _w’e haveui _’t won a football game of any iniportau ice in four years . But _uiiay be th e gods have _h ot been as neg ligent as we think . Perhaps we have tiiat Old Liii—cohmi Spirit and _dlohi ’ t know it _I According to the bi g pot-bel-lie _d men _w’hio came to shioot during th e rab bhe meeti n gs _iii our 1 ~ _resh _iman year , thiat ‘‘ Old _Liuico _hmi Spirit never _chi ~ ci , That spirit never di _tulled i , but _dluite the comiverse it grew keemier andh keemier as the diays passed by . So they said . We took it for grantedl _th at these old _Liuicoln _mcmi knew just what they were ta _lkiu ig about _and _hum s we am ’ e led to wonc ! er—Do we want the Old ! Linco _hu i Spirit ’’ ? That Old ! Linc...
PREPARING FOR SERV ICE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
PREPARING FOR SERV ICE _Wlmeui competition for jobs is keen , it is the persons who are _prep am’ecl _iii a we ll—rounde _d way who fund t h e _doom ’ s opemi . To he in m’ea _chimiess mental l y is , of _coum ’se , tIm e first thim mg . Th at is to say we sh _ould confi c ! _emith y expect goodi , _amid good ! imiclucies _Op _~ ) Or—tt _iu iity for sem’vice . \ Ve slioulc ! he ec ! ucationall y _qumah ified . _Fi’ommi oum ’ experiences in obse rvimmg ’ _stud ents pm’e _pariuig the m selves for enter—j _u g ’ _vam ’ious pccupatio _u i s , _~ _ve h ave notice _d that , in _mau’u v imistam ices , persom ms have _stud ied im ite _imsiveh y omm e or nmore special sub jects , hut h ave n eg lected rehatedh _amid sup—portimmg ’ _sumhj ects , thereb y _decid edly ham _ichicapp _iumg th em selves . _Iii many cases a ‘‘ bumik _um ni course is oftemi immse rte cl im mto ami otherwise wisel y _chi _oseui curm’icu— lummi in _ord er to make our beds a little softer : For _iumsta _u mce , we _hay...
THE LINCOLN SPIRIT [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
THE LINCOLN SPIRIT WHAT PRICE SIDEWALKS ? Not everyomue realizes what an important part the sch ool _‘ plays _in our d aily existence ; for , trul y , the college life is otmr individt _ial life : Our very thoug h t _and actions center about the sch ool : it is the important factor in our lives , _Th erefore , its ic ! eals , _stauidiardis _, and traditions as well as its sp irit are vital to us . The miumber of new _stu _deu its at _Liuicoln _th is year is great , ami d it _wotmlci be interesting to note the various reasomi s for their choice of this college . Soni c have _fOllowe _d _hi the steps of their parents ; others h ave chosen it because of , its h i gh _stamiching in sch olarsh ip al-ic athletics . _1-Jowever timat may be , with -i whatever spirit th ey may have come , they have beemi here homi g _euioumgh to becommi c _iunhtu eci with _time Lincoln Spirit _—thiat spirit whiich _mauiifests itself not onl y _iii the heart y _stipport of _ath letics by th e _stud ent-b od y...
VARIETY IS THE SPI CE OF LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
VARIETY IS THE SPI CE OF LIFE If _time chiapel prograni s were mach e niore immt erestimmg , there would miot have to be any compulsory chapel attenciance . _Mauikiui cl as _C whole is reli giousl y _imichined and _tim e _mnen of _Limicoln Univers ity are no exceptions . The problem of _gettiuig _tim e men to con-i c to ch apel on Sunday , especiall y would 1 ) e easil y solved if th ose who are in charge of such affairs would deviate from thm e old procedt mre , ami d bring soni c speaker of imiterest to the caniptms . We hear the sani e mcii fm’omm _m one _Stmnday ’ to another . They in _ttmrn hand us the sam’n e , d ry , stereotyped sermoti l _; that they _h ave beet-i preaching for the past quarter of a centum’y . Tiuc officials have even gone as far as to threaten to take time work sch olarships from those wh o _doui ’t atten d chapel services a certain number of times a week . Throug h this _uime _ch _iuu _m tIme _mcmi are forced to go to ch urch , That is just like m aking a ...
’CURTISS COURTESIES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
’CURTISS COURTESIES PAGE THREE If the _chietician cloesm _i ’ t kmi ow what she ’ s dloing to tms , sh e ’d better ask _somebod y . We _woumicl all like to know j _umst wh y that Junior of time _Oldl School is takimig’ _dm’ani atics ? M aybe lie ~ _vau its to _pla ) _’ the pam ’ t of Cain in Green Past _umm’es . I _ _, T ’ otice _I _Soinmebo cly _dh m’oppe _di a wig’ _iii _Sumg _’am’ H ill _dlut ’ i mig’ the week — e _mmci . Too niany _dh enm i—t asses am ’ e be—lu g _cim’uuik after dimm er . It ’s probabl y a good ! excuse ‘ for _wasiiiuig ’ clown th ose club sand wiches , _Iii Frem ’mch class , Mo uzomi ’s t ra _mis hat ion of sum i s— _i c , suis —j e belle was too _nmu ch wh en the noisy rabble gave him particu _lar hi— . _Liui _cohu i _[ Jnivers ity ’ s _stumde _uits are so sure thiat tIme next game will be _w’oui th at _th ey ai _um ’t eve mi ~ vorri ccl , _1 _\ _fauiy a i oor 1 ) er soii has ma—ored _i in Psychology an _d has _uiever _beeui t h e _sauim e since , A fres _h nm...
CHECK UP RABBLE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
CHECK UP RABBLE Wh at ’ s liappemmeci to t h e rabble ? W h ere are _th e evid ences of _tIm e typical _Liui _coln _muman—t h e fellow wh o yel _ped fu ’om morn to _umi g imt—tu e _fchhow who ‘ felt timat ‘‘ bulling ’ was _h alf of ins ecluc _, atio mm — the fellow who _w’eumt to all of time m ’ ab—Ij _ic _umi eeti _umgs amid stm’ove , _usu ma ll y _sumcccss _ltihl y , to be time lou _d est _aui d w’u’ongest ? Alas and Alas _I To—day oti r ‘ typical Li _umco _hu iite is a w ea k—ku _m ee d book—toter . _i—I c is as quiet as _youm p i case , is _bom- _ecl by ‘‘ bull sess ioum s amid _th miuiks that m’ab hle _mii eeti _umg ’ s ai’e teas w’hich by soni c mimistak e au’e h eld _iii the C yen _iuig , Buck up , nu eum _I _‘ Let ’ s _tr y . lot ’ a m’eviva l , _umot of learnimig _miom’ of u’eli gi _oum , bit t’ of th at old _Liumco _hmi spim ’it ! Cami ’ t w’e m’ecaptum’e the atniosp _hmem ’ e of _gcumia l _g’oocl fellow—ship—bring’ back Linco _hum to its old state , ’ or au’e w’e too far ...
" TO MY LADY LOVE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
TO MY LADY LOVE Better poets timam I , clear lad y , _Oum _ghmt to siumg your _chmaru mi s so fair : Better poets _w’ithi trt ~ cr vo i ces _Ottg’hmt to siumg _youm r beauties ram -c . Yours , my dear , an _imispim’atiom i Wom ’t imy of time _hi gh ~ est art Better poets _shmou lct cami ’ t youm ’ graces , ‘ Sonm _ehiow , thoug h , _th ey chomm ’ t , Dear heart . _, ‘ _—Sturn ~ cr W _hi yte .
" HOLDIN G HANDS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
HOLDIN G HANDS Last mmi _ghmt I held a bau d , So _claiuity ami _d SO _uieat , _I _thmoug : ht my heart wouhd i surel y _humrst ‘ _, So wil d l y d i _d it beat No other _hiamici e ’ er h eld so ti g _h t _Cotmlch greater glac iumes s _briumg Than _th e ouie I h _eld _, last— ~ _wimichi Was _fouu r Aces amid a _Kimig ; _—Suniu ier _) _vVhmyte .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
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KALEIDOSCOPE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
KALEIDOSCOPE ( Commtint i ech from Page Two ) ter for the New York chapter of t _i’ue _ Club . Wh y d oes the rabble call 1-lemiderson the official _sau d- ~ _vichi _miman of t h’uirc h floom’ _Cressoui _I-lall ? Caim a _m aui be two p l aces at once—Chubb y ’ s amid _time refect ~ r v ? Ask Riley . Tim e Week —emichers Clti b hadi th eir First _umu eeti _u ig and _scui t the follo w—big d elegates away : L . _Satilte so _Washmiu igto n , Willia m-i-i Comiyem ’ s to l 3 _ahtiumi ore , Sch ool Moore to Prim iceton , Fats Wallace am-id Robert Hemiry to Phila _d el ph ia , _ Sqtmat Brown to _Wihnu im-igton , A . W . _Kenmiech y to Morgan ‘ College , Ky hes to the village , _Ferrehi to Oxford , Is it ti-ic _pumrpose of th e cltm b to keep a _miiaui _imi all )’ one city every week-end ? I-las th e entire student-body lost its ideas of class distinction _? _It seeni s that in each ed ! ition of the paper we _mtu st ask that _sam-i-ic question . Juni ors sitting in Seniors ’ seats in chape...
( Note . ) [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
( Note . ) I spent ti-ic latter part of the _summimer _unaking brief stops , continuing from Philadel phia , where _oui ly enotm gh magazines were sold to earn expenses for ti-ic next hop to New York City . Lena proved to be quite cou spicuotm s ami d at—ractivc wherever _I drove or parked her , provokimig laughter and exclamations . Small groups fre-luem-itly gathered about her , aniused ami d inquisitive ; all of this cxcjtc _mn cnt was amt ising to nic . Oc—casiom _m _ahl y someone _wotmld attempt to _btiy Lena . One day , for cxamupic , while I was parked at a strateg ic point for viewing , the Statue of Liberty front the mnainlauid , I was approached by a man ~ ‘ ho made a most liberal offer ( anything would have _bccui consicl em ’ ccl liberal for Lena ) . But in sp ite of ti-ic temptatiom i to sell , I still _sttuck by 1-icr and with hwr reunarkab ic _depend ability , we hea pedh aroun d the city for several c lays . Never forgett in ’ g my goal , I ’ kcpt comistantl y on the...
LINCOLN SUCCUMB S TO A . & T . IN H OMECOMIN G GAME _18-0 . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
LINCOLN SUCCUMB S TO A . &amp; T . IN H OMECOMIN G GAME _18-0 . ( Continued from Page Tw’o ) yard him -ic to start the third qtmarter . At th is stage of tim e g’amne , _tu e Lions ch _alked up three comi — secutive first _clowmm s with G . Jack—son , ‘ VV . Brown , and Britti _nmg _hanm bearim g’ tim e brt _mnt of ti-ic _rumi mi _iui g attack , acivancimi g time bali to th e Aggie ’ s 25 yard _him c . _Au attemptcdl i ass be imimi c ! the lit-ic _w’as fumii _— bled _auid recovere d by A . &amp; T . Norman ’ s effort to comp l ete a reverse _rtmimnimi g _p _~~ s was tmnsuc—cessfu l and h-ic punte d to G . Jackson ou Liomi ’ s 25-y d . hu e , who reversed his field ami d returned ti-ic bail to the 50 yar d h _ui e . W . Brown and G . Jacksomi _ummade two consecutive first downs by _skirtiii g the end s fron sid eline to sideline , The balance of thuc third chapter _foumn d J . Jackson and Norman cxchang ing punts whcuu cvcr the Aggies _couldui ’t comp hetc their forwa...
CURTISS’ COURTESIES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
CURTISS’ COURTESIES ( Comiti _i _ti ccl from I- _’ age Th ree ) powd er it-ito a pie instead of mintnm eg . A fair—weather diieti ciaui , ~ ‘ ho prepares tasty d is h es onl y now ami d th en , very nervot i s , afraid of being shot by ti-ic rabbhe , fears terrible timings in the kitc h en au-id wonders if the beef stew’ will hold out . A chance on _th e canmpus , at its best , a great boom to Oxfou ’ch ’s five-auic l-tcn-cent _coumiler _, Goofy Note i He tolci them lie would ! use h is iumfl _u _eumcc with ti-ic Pr ofessor , TI-ic contract I si g’necl _t ~ ’as t h ue exac t dup lex of time omie you si g’miccl _. Time school is in aim iumsuhated part of _Penu isy hvania . Mr . _McFaddicn _put iui a miew pi pe because tim e old one was rtms—tic . Bm’ag giuig Prep— No , _sil ’ , I ’ _iii miot two —faced , _Sophi— _Natv , if yOU were , _yOdm ’ dl ch ange faces . Classroom _? ortra ~ _ts Au-iso sitting omi time froiit seat _aumc i slowl y shaking imis h ead _iii uuiison with Prof . Hod ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
Th e _umext approach of ti-ic speaiem’ was by mearu s of ti-ic dj _umestio _um _1 Wiiat d oes Neutralit y Mean to time Neg’ro ? In clevehopimi g _th is subjec t , Professor Fontaim c mach e it clear th at i eace is not mere _sd f—prcservat iomi , but good will towarc ! mmmc _ii . Neutm’a iity , 1-ic said , is all ri ght if cam’riec _l out cou’u’ecth y it-i _ai _! its eth ical ami d relig ious _ph ases . He _stmgg _’cstcd certai mm fcatum ’es of time Ita _h iaum Fascist M _oy emmmem ut as id eals for time _Aun er—icaum Negro imi _th at both sh ould look _ahmead _l _thtm s furnishii _umg a foun—datioui ‘ for future g’encratioums . Pm’ofessor _Foumtai _umc conclude _d _h is _add ress by say ing th at if Aummerica ’s _imeutra _h it y bring’s eqtia l—it ) ’ to all , th en time Negro sh ould ! , be in favor of it ; if it d oes not _bm _’iuig’ eq _u ma _h it y to all , thc _um th e Ne—gmo _simou ldi emmteu ’ iumto war to vi ii—dlicat e time _w’u’ohmgs done h is pco—pie , Th is adhdm ’ ess ...
The Line-Up Lincoln A . & T . Turner L . E . Btmrc lamm Tay lor L . T . Lash _Phiili ps L . G . Hersh ey Little C . Gee Patterson R . G . Shoot E . Jac kson R , T . Marrable Howard R , E . Ncahey _1 , Jac kson Q . B . Nornmaii G . Jackson L . H . B . Fom _’utaiuie W . Brown R . H . B . Lymmch Thomas F . B . May [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
The Line-Up Lincoln A . &amp; T . Turner L . E . Btmrc lamm Tay lor L . T . Lash _Phiili ps L . G . Hersh ey Little C . Gee Patterson R . G . Shoot E . Jac kson R , T . Marrable Howard R , E . Ncahey _1 , Jac kson Q . B . Nornmaii G . Jackson L . H . B . Fom _’utaiuie W . Brown R . H . B . Lymmch Thomas F . B . May Statistics First downs—Lincoln 12 A , &amp; T . 4 Passes _atteumiptec l—L inco _ium—8 ; A . T . 7 ; Passes _coummp ictech—Li nucohn 3—A . &amp; T . 4 ; Passes _1 mmtercepted —Linco in 0—A . &amp; T . 2 . Referee , Burr ; Ummip ire , Clark Head _iizmesm an , Jac kson . I _spemmt a w’cek wit _h extraord inary success . Th e work was pheasant _and it provi _d ed _cduactional ad ! - vantages th at come with si gh tseeiumg , traveling , au-id broa d contacts . I h ave foun _d not _hu imig cisc that prove _d so profitable for bot h edu — cation al _opp ortuu _uities _aumci _fiuma mi — _ciah rewardi as _tills type of work , Wit _hmo tmt th is me a...