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_McCUlLOUGH’S DRUG STORE Serv ice , Economy , Efficie ncy , Courtesy Our Motto Complete Stock of Drugs and Toilet Articles South Third Street , OXF O RD , PA . , F . L _, MAULE . Watchmaker and Jeweler [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
_McCUlLOUGH’S DRUG STORE Serv ice , Economy , Efficie ncy , Courtesy Our Motto Complete Stock of Drugs and Toilet Articles South Third Street , OXF O RD , PA . , F . L _, MAULE . Watchmaker and Jeweler South Thlm’d _Sti eet OXFORD . PA
SPORTS REVIEW AT ORANGE AND BLUE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
SPORTS REVIEW AT ORANGE AND BLUE By STER LING MAU PIN Early in the football season , Coaches Taylor and Walls were waiting anxiously and nervously ‘ for theim ’ football players to return . I say they were anxious and nervous , because of t’hat dreadful thing known as Old ‘ Man Depression . Nevem’theless , they had many reasons not to be downhearted . . A t fi rst , things looked very , very bad , b ut day by day _the old stars began to return along with many new ones . Captain B . M . ( Spa nk ) Smith , a most reniarkable ball ‘ carrier who has trod upon RondalI Field for many years , was present early , al ong with _Managei’ 0 . J . Chapman , The grid season at Lincoln started off with a snap and spirit which betokens big things for the folowers of the Golden Lion this fall . A husky squad Qf almost seventy willing young huskies answem’ed the clairon call of Coach Taylou’ on . September 15 th , For three weeks he drilled and hammered them daily in his efforts to harden and conditi...
SOCCER SEASON GETS UNDER WAY , [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
SOCCER SEASON GETS UNDER WAY , By S . MAUPIN Slowly _bui t surely the game of soccer is beginning to ’ appear upon the athletic program s of our colleges . Already sevom-al 0 _, 1 . A . A _~ . members have organized teams , among them Lincoln , Hampton , Morga n , and Howard . Coach Arthur Silvers of Lincoln has sounded the call for men to uphold the name of Lincoln in this latest spor t . From last year ’ s sq uad he has Captain Maupi _n , D , Joh nson , W . Smith , Ra _ndolf , , Lusco m be , 0 . . 1 . Ch _apm an , and _ Don Johnson . The new men who look very promising are Jesse A _ndem’son , Plinton , Sha ndorf , Willia ms , In ky Prestom _u , John Jamnei’son , Cornwall and Eddie Mai _s A very _imitem ’est ing and extensive schedule has bee n arm’anged by Manager Tom Moseiey _, He has negotiated games with Haverford , AvomiGrove High School , West Grove Alumni , Ra mptomi , Howard , and others ,
LINCOLN DOWNS UNION 7-0 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
LINCOLN DOWNS UNION 7-0 The Lion came from _tIme jum igle and roared like’ he nevem ’ did before to claw Lincoln _TJnivem _’ ~ ity to tIme tune of 7 to _0 , This Union team luau been a ji nx for many a year—ever since 1919 , to be exact . Spirit , _co-opem ’atiomi , and _ham’d play1 _mg turned the trek . Often we hear speakem’s refem ’ , in sports , to the days of such and such a star , but it would be goi ng back too far to find anyone who could hit the line like Lewis Baskervilie has been doing this year . He made til e solo touchdown in the game _agaimmst Union . Fr om the kick-off , the Lions _i’oared down the field with such ferocity that Union was taken off he m’ feet , Line plunge s by Archie Lewis and Baskem _’ville took til e ball to Union ’ s twenty-yard
WHAT’S WHAT IN THE SOPHOMORE CLASS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
WHAT’S WHAT IN THE SOPHOMORE CLASS By H . A . FARRELL , ‘ 34 Sophomore ‘ class officers , for those who would like to kn ow , are : Arthum- Reed , president ; Alf m-ed Walker , vice-pres ident ; H . A . Farrell , seeretau ’y ; Homer Ashby , treasurer ; Levi Moore , chaplain ; Harold Minus , sem’geaut-at-arms ; and Go van Mills , student councilman , Lo , and behold ! what ’ should appear one bm _’ight : and early morning but good old Cunningham , ex-waiter . Better late than never , says Cunny . , Cal Curtiss refuses ’ to ‘ be tim e Zeus . The ultimate choice rests , ‘ between Redd and Ash’by . Tim e D uke is back— and , how ! He huanages to hold his own in ‘ spite of Dog Hercules . You should hear tim e Duke sing Star Dust . Gaski ns , Waters , Curtiss , Bonner , Prim _O _, Uppem ’man , Roberson , and Cooper are back in the Glee Club fold . Sing , you sinners ! ‘ Hall Plai _nfleld ’ s pm-ide and jo y , is back , for tim e time being , as Kei th himsdif puts it , Nothing less than ‘...
DIA RY OF A TYPICAL JUNIOR [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
DIA RY OF A TYPICAL JUNIOR Sept . 21 st—Contrary to my principle , I ari ’ived here on an early date , What a cold and gloo my _i ~ orld , , , I lomiged to return to my Alma Mater , to see _nmy old pals and make _uie , w f riends . , _I ca n ham’dly express time dcligh t which I expem’ienced on seeing Rendall Ha ~ J . , I wish , I were a freshman again . ‘ And so ’ to bed , ’ Sep t . 22 _nd— Up rather early . I just had to see th e . old faces . Fo und consolation imi knowimug that I was not alone among those who ‘ had , a gloomy summer , Had a hard time to convince Prof . Grim of my , plight Well , I ha ve _i’egistei’ecl , I am looking forward to a big ye ar . Scholastically ? No—socially . _f ‘ have plans . , , , Sept . _23 _m’cl—I have found a new hangout . ‘ W here ? _Iii the barber shop . It is managed ‘ by two gi ~ eat personalities of ‘ the _Jumul _or ’ class , _Wou’d and Col . FloOd , I am pr ou d of ‘ my ‘ ole lady ’ . ’ . Oc t _; _Sth—At last I ~ _have begun to study , I a...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
Sept . 24 th—I h _~ , _tyO bee n to class . No énthuslasm over studying . Attracted to football practice . r must get on to n ~ _yself . Sep t . 25 _t _1 _m—Zeus is dead . Why ? Felton lmas m’efo rmed , _lIe is also a junior . _Seldom see a _more _emmthu _siasti c manager timan Templeton . I ‘ bee a bright future for the ‘ Lions ’ . Kane ’ s spi _m ~ it h as not _d windled Rainey is ‘ figh ting more viole _mmt ly . _, With tim e addition of Carroll and Bm ’adham we should expect a great deal . Sep t . 26 th—Game with West _Poimit . Became q uite _discoum-aged because of our defeat , Sep t . 28 _th— The pe _ms ona llty kid _iii the form of ‘ Slick’ Martin arrives . Sept . 29 th —— _’Mos e’ Nash puts that something into ‘ peacoek _imm g _’ which _evem’yone admires , Oct . 1 st—One whole rnommt ii has passed . I am thinking of the Junior Prom , We must stick together in spi te of ‘ ‘ old man depu’ession . ’ We must show our Alma ‘ Mámmy ’ _u’ ‘ _h ot time ’ .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
to do 100 per minute ere long . Mussenden , the quietest chap’ in the class of ‘ 34 , _l ~ as gm-own a bit’ plumper during t h e summem vacation . Y ~ ui- secret , Muss ! Little Hynsomi , who was sometimes spoken o ~ as th e best-dm essed man on the campus , Isn ’t with us this year . , Wh o will’ earn the coveted distinction this year ? But who cares ? Spiller and Harrison are among the missing ‘ this year . Smithey , ho wever , is very _muclm bac k . Purcell and WWormley , are old ladies agai n , or sho u ld , I say yet ? Chapman is matriculatin g at Johnson C . Smith this A . D . ‘ 0 , , D . Jones and M . C . Freemamm , and not to mention Bill Jones , Henry , Chet Powell , Wimeaton , Dent , ’ amid F , _uhli’love and , two or th ree o ’ th ’ em’s , are conspicuous by their absence . Woof Hawkins _ismm ’t , ba ck , ‘ but B . Howard can more than take his place . Hercules Taylor , _amiother New Jersey ‘ boy , _is ba ck with added avoirdupois , Bus Bergen still retains that old’ bask...
RADIO STATION _1-9-8-4 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
RADIO STATION _1-9-8-4 Heigh Ho , everybody—you . are tuned in ‘ pn _. j tation 1-9-3-4 . For the next ‘ few : _mimm _tltes’I shall attempt to entertain you with a few ‘ brief remarks concerning the activities of several of _m y classmate for ‘ the last yeai ’ . ‘ How ’ ey er , ‘ bef Ore I begin _1 should like ’ _, to extend a hearty welcome to the ’ new ‘ _mcmi of _thO class in the perso _~ is of ; Melvin Bowman ‘ who comes to us from Virginia State ; James Carter _f’u-om our friendly rival , Ho ward University ; Sidney Cr _ichlow ’ from Brooklyn College ; ‘ Edward Jackson _horn Union ; Wilfred W ~ tson _frómn City College ‘ Of NOw ‘ York ; and ’ , James ‘ Whittak er who comes to us all the ‘ way from Los Angeles Junior ‘ College ; We wish these _newcomeu- _s the greatest amount of success . . Now th at all the formality is over let ’ s go on with the story , We were well repr esented on the gridim-on last season ‘ by ‘ Hack’ ‘ Mills ; ‘ Ch , ink ’ Ynen , and ‘ Speedy ’’ Ashby . Th...
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
TENNIS Under the supervi sion of Coach Taylor _amm d Fac ulty Advisom ’ , Pu-of . _I-lodge , this vem ’ y ‘ _aesth etic spo ut , tenmmis , is ‘ beginning its new day ; instead of being In it ~ last stages of retrogm’ession . ‘ Un _~ ie r the able _maiiageship of ‘ Am’thur _Tihlei-y , the team is expe cted to make seine trips , In- ‘ _cli md i mmg tim e C . I . A . A ., which will , most . likely , mmmeet ‘ at H , _owam’d ~ tJmmivem _’sity eam’ly in the _sprimmg , and time New ‘ York Intercolle giate indoor to _urm iame mmt , _held yea rly , at the 15 8 th ‘ St . A _m-mory , N . Y . C . _Soumme vem’y promising new mater _imil , has foumm d its way to Lincoln . These new pi’omisl _u g prospects _am’e _Chmai’les Wilson , Wilbo _rfom’ce University and Jackson fm’om tim e University of Chic ago . Las t year ’ s _memi are _Hermmman Marrow , Waitem’ Bonnem , Hol te , Tiliem’y , and Bob Bennett who was _elected by plu ra lity vote to cap ta imm _tlmis year ’ s team . Time boys will do their...
FRESHMAN’ NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
FRESHMAN’ NEWS The Class of 1985 held its first . meeting of the year in the Y _. room of Rendail Hall , on Septembeu ’ 24 , 1931 . The meeting was called to _ou’dem’ by Jesse F . Anderson , President of the Student Council . The following _officers were elected to serve until October 31 , 1931 . Presidexmt—Leon _lit , _McCardehl , Newark , N . J . _Vice-Presidemit—Joseph C . Waddy , Washingomm , D . C . _Secu’etauy—James _1 _st . Walden , Jersey City , N _. _1 _. Seu’geant-at-Am ms—Phomas Bianto im , Philacleipiuia , Pa . Ouu _’ _Fu’eshman Progi’am was presented _oim Th ursday , Oc tober 15 , 1931 A w eal th of talent has been discovered in our class and great things am ’ e to be expected fm’om them in’the futume . Several piammo and vocal selections were presented and a speech rendered by our VicePresident . Frank B . Betz was chairman of the Qommitteé on Arrangements . G . N . Da vis , who’ has a veu- y fine tenor voice , ha s been selected as ‘ a member of the Lincoln Univeu -si...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
sung by ‘ Duke , ’ _comliarable to none . I tech ~ ust _lfled in _sayii ~ g that everyone enjoy ed listening to ‘ little Nature ’ Walkem’ rave at our rabble m eeting ~ . ‘ ‘ Thus _In closimm g this , bri _Of ten-m _inu te broadcast ; I want to _ium’ge the members of ‘ 34 ’ to’ contimlu e the good work and may all you ’ listeners ha ve ‘ _tu e opp Ortunity of watching this once _Weeld and humble body of ‘ Dogs’ successfully ciI nib to’ the top and hold ‘ the position . charac- ‘ _tei’Istic of all ’ true Lincoln M ~ n . Thank you . Station ’ 1-9-3-4 sig ning off—Youm - ann omln cem’ has been HEWITT H . BOURN E
THE FRENCH CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
THE FRENCH CLUB On Thursday , OctOber 8 , this club held its initi ai meeting of the year . The meeting was primarily of a business nature . Plans wem ’ e discussed and ways and , means devised whereby the _Fi’enchm Club may attain a place of prominence in the _Ummiver sity Ciucies ami d also make itself mom-c markedly felt among th e . general Ca mpus ‘ activities than _lmeretofou ’e . Incidentally , the clim b has taken _thu s medium through which to _infou’mn the student body at large that all men pursuing a course in French C or D may automaticalhy become members of the French Club , upon the fulfillment of certain ’ obligations , Persons from th ’ e French B cla sses are eligible for membership by vote of tim e body , ’ on tim e _grouund of scholarship alone , On Wednesday , Octobe r 21 , at eiglm t o ’ clock , there _will be a social extended to those men , now registered in Fu-ench Courses C and D . A quorum of the chartered _muenmbers being present , office rs for tIme _yeam...
rOMO RR _O . ws [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931
rOMO RR _O . ws _I am so tired of this drizzling _raiih If it would only pour down I would feel better ; But no , it will _h ot do that . It must spread I tself , like , some sinister evil _gemmie blanketing my soul . Out of the sporifem -ous darkness of today will there spri _. ng _fOu-th a glorious tomorm’ow ? Will we find life ’ worth living or will th ere be the same dead , dismal heaviness stifling _oum- souls end _. . smothering our ambitio ums ? . 1 pray God that It may not be so , For , I know timat _somnewhem-e outside ‘ of this there must be a sun , _bim t even that . _doesmi’t help any . Night ’ comes and _1 say , _Tom orrow the sun will shIne and I’ll be in _, a better framn e of mind . Am I merely deluding _nmyself or will i t be like that ? _. Must I continue to live my ’ todays . _di’earni ~ g about _tom orrow ? Tomorrows when the sun will embrace ‘ an odorous , _f r esh , wai _’ m . eam’th , when birds sing . a skymoum mting mnelody , when roguish , red-brown ’ squii...