ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Lincoln News Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 747 items from Lincoln News, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
747 results
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931

WHY PAY MORE Slightly mused shoes as how as $1 . 25 Suits as low at $4 . 00 ; Overcoats as how as $8 See _L _. G . CARR 7 Houston Hall HARRY SANTIROCC M ODERATE DRY CLEANING PRESSING and ’ TAILORING South Third Street OXFORD , PA OXFORD STEAM LAUNDRY We put a personality touch to your clothes and guarantee satisfaction , MRS . R . H . McFADIEN , _Mgi OXFORD . PA

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 October 1931

ELECTRIC AND RADIO STORE BRUNS WIC K SETS and SERVICE ON ALL MAKES La m ps , Cords and Appliances EARNHART BROS . - 25 _South _Tlmii’d Street . OXFORD . PA .

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
_Mit A _: 4 "CAPEMIC 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

_Mit A _: 4 CAPEMIC 4 ~ M ~ n ~~ : ó 4 ad ~ _mic _~ s _: _th e ñame . giveii to the dining _hail at a German _univorsltyo Before the _war t _I _believe , the mensa _dlCt not exist But now all the German universities have some kind of a dining h ~ _lI Tradition is against it had the more prosperous students still continue to eat at the _GasthauSer At Erlangen about 1500 of the 2100 students eat at least one meal at the _niensa The price of the meal is sixty _pfennfg— about fifteen cents Soup is always on _the menu , _Since ~ _thiere _Is no 1 ~ _gai _~~~ uiTemont that soup must contain a certain percentage of any àne thing , : _it i ~ qu ~~ ztity and not quality that _counts . The addition of Water _mitkes it quite easy for the mensa cooks to adjust the quantity of soup to the degree of studentL appetitE _~ . The remaining course usually _conSf 8 tS ot ~ _cheaP _cute of meat with two _vege _. tables—a _stmp _% _e but _‘ _wholesome _meal _‘ Mensa cadomica _’ _-caü’ _‘ also be ‘ _transl...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE’ NEGRO IN EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

THE’ NEGRO IN EDUCATION By o _• _j ~ Chapman , Omega Psi’ Phi . ’ Instead , of e ~ _aboretlng upon the paBt achievements of the Negro in , the field of Education , ~ nd ‘ thus making you feel that we have _achiOved _so ‘ much , ’ ‘ that _‘* e need not ‘ achieve ’ _ney more , _I shall attempt to point out the prOblems of Edatto ~ that _th e’ _average _eohlCgs’ man faces _‘ today . ‘ ‘ Since 1620 , : when the first ‘ Negro ‘ public ~ _chi _ooh was established in _Virginia , the race as a wholø has made ‘ _considerable progress _In the field of Education , ~~ obably more than line been ‘ made in any other field of endeavor , _and _whefl we idok around us _apd’ see so many A . _B _. ’ s’ ( and ~ utte a few N . A ’ s ) _boating around without ‘ a desirable place of refuge > _, _~ rhen We begin to _wondei _~ ’ whether or not we have not made too much _progress in ~ ducatton and to ‘ wonder whether , _: ~~ college _education is really necessary _in order to be successfu l _lxi l...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

LINCO LN NEWS _Fu _blished October 4 November , _Febi ~ _nary _, April ~ nd M ~ y by the stud ent _a of Lincoln _IJn _1 _versit ~ in the _State of _Peantyivania _.. Subscription $ L 25 per year , 25 c per copy &d _~ _ertlsing rates _given on request Entered _ae _secoiul-c _~ a ~ s ‘ matter ,, November _10 _, _1025 , at the Post Office at Lincoln University , Pa , under the Act of March 3 rd , 1 S 70 ‘ Fó ~ the Yea ~ 193 i _~ ’i 932 : Ed itor L D Howard _ASSociate , _EdltOr , ~~~ O _• E . Shelton _Musinesø _Manager _0 _~~ _bert _5 tetisa _Acádemica Negro _. in Education Alumni . _I Wonder ~ Frat News ‘ ~ ‘ , _, ‘ With ‘ the _Bs ~ bble _‘ _EdIt _~ _ria _1 _s ’ , Wise and Oth erwise Sp n ts ‘ , , O _rtoóns Seminary N . S . _it ’ A . ’ , Other ‘ $ ëhoolø Glee c _lub ‘

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ALUMNI NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

ALUMNI NOTES Fred Alphabet Johnson ‘ 27 , after having a successful year as Y . M . C , A . Secretary in Princeton , N . J ., is now in c _liarge of the Y . M . C , A . work in Jamaica , N . Y . His add ress is 108-43 New York Avenue , _, _Jamaica , N . Y . Al Burwefl ‘ 31 ii _ now in Medical School at Howard University ,. Mark Parks ‘ 29 is Instructin g Zoology at N . Y , _Ii _., _ Jiver Jackson ‘ 30 Is pur suing his Master ’s in Economics at N . Y . U . Freddie Richards ‘ 31 is at Howard Med . Stuff Bullock ‘ 31 . is at Howard Dental School . Fr ank DeCosta ‘ 31 is instructing at Avery Institute . El tel Riley ‘ _31 is at Fordham Law , Chubby Willia ms ‘ 29 is running William s ’ College Inn , featuring Chili _concarne . Langston Hughes ‘ 28 is tourin g the _IDast _arn shore lecturing on literature and his poems , Joh nny _Redmomi d ‘ 29 succeeded F . S . A . Joh nson at the post of Secretary of Y . M . C , A . _iu Princeton , N . J . Chi nk Wide ‘ 28 is Social Servicing _nt Phiia...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SENIOR NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

SENIOR NEWS The _som ewhat silent but certainly not sad class of ‘ 32 at last comes formally to the press , so get ready , r eaders , for the latest news items concerning the greats and near greats of that august body . Wi th the thrill of football in the air ami d the referee ’ s whistle disturbing from slumber , even the most placid ot dreaming carpetbaggers , we think that Spank Smith i ~ the most attracti ve morsel of news to be had . The papers , our righteous approval , ha ve been _playiñ ~ on the feelings of the eligible girls by con _stautly gracing the sport page with pictures of our debonai r captain . Su _dd enl y like a bolt from the blue ( or better still , a flash of ligh t from Boston Blue ) cornea a kiss-laden missive to the lad f _rom a little girl in the big city , beggi ng that lie would le t her be his secret passion . Spa nk , ’’ af ter bashfully reading the plaintive ’ plea . of the lovelorn mai _d , clashed madly to the open win- ’ _dow , bra vely brushed from...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

body would learn _h is new yell for the manager of the football team . It is as follows : Give a long ray ! ! Lay It away !! For 0 . J . !! In fact I am looki ng forward to the day when The Shades of 0 . 3 , Chapman will be the theme of every rabble orator . I am now at the conclusion of _this issue but before closing I must tell you that the nominations for BunKum King are now in order , but Lonnie _Hilhlard wishes that none of you turn in his name because he does not choose to run . The theme song of the coronation will be , Just one mom ’ s chance and I’ll take some science . Shel ton , Anderson , Rich ar dso n , Thick Brown , Zeus Wright , Larry Howard and George Drummond are all eligible and scouting around for votes —C , M . M . THE NEGRO IN EDUCATION ( Continued from page 1 ) their hopes and expectations have ‘ been battered to pieces and instead of continuing to fight against difficulties , ( and there are ‘ several in lif e ) they become discouraged and gradu ally sink into...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SPORT FROM THE DEN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

SPORT FROM THE DEN Perkins— Just came from ‘ Ike ’s’ room , he ’ s go t a ‘ charlie-horse ’ in his chest . Oates— Aw that’s no ‘ charlie-horse , ’ that’s just friction from the Ball ,, * * * * * Big Mac told a certain femme before the Hampton game : You Just look at me play . I’ll thrill the life out of you , Just look for No . 15 , that’s me . But what was the young lady ’s surprise when No . _15 ran dut on the field in the person of Tuskegee with his shoes in his hands . • * * * * S-h-h-h . It has been whispered that Mgr . 0 . J . Chapman has added two New Suits to his wardrobe . We wonder —? Tick Coleman has a hard time distinguishing consomme and tea . When Better buses are run— Ruc Nelson will run themn . The Bounding _Baskervihle says that the reason he can hit a line so hard is because of his bullet head . , Coach— Tuskegee , why did n’t you take that man out the play ? Tuskegeek— He didn ’t charge , _doach , he was retreating . Undoubtedly Big Mac _Is the biggest liar in the...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE CAVEMAN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

THE CAVEMAN He faintly fans _himself and sighs , With hair like patent leather ; Slouching down the street he comes , Oh , deah _! Such horrid weather . Then down he glances with much pride Opon the wide expanse : A fancy shirt , a lurid tie , And latest style in pants . He strolls into the barber shop To f reshen his complexion—Cold cream , electrical massage , And rouge—such self-affection . To this has come the stronger sex , The bold and brave they say ; No wonder that we have to laugh At cavemen ‘ of today . H . ALFRED FARREL ‘ 34 .

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

MEN SA ACADEMICA ( _Continued from page 1 do socially . Why did not this university presid ent r idic u le the colleges , if he had to ridicule them , by calling th ~ em intellectual Savoy restaurants ? German universities are intellectual lunchcounters , The student takes what he wants . His hunger and his purse determine the nature of his menu . The lecture fees are surprisingly small , -3 . 50 marks for a semester-hour . Yet many poor students in order to avoid the payment of das Horgeld will attend a course of lectures without signing for it . Since residence and the _accum ulation _ot the cord-wood of sem-ester-hours ai’e not thought to merit a degree , the system of unlimited freedom in the selection of courses does not lower the character of the student ’ s work ~ But admission to the state examinations , at least in Bavaria , is dependent upon written evidence ~ hat the student has attended certain seminars and has completed certain scientific papers . In Chemistry the defin...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Junior Yield Abroad [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

Junior Yield Abroad ( _NSFA )—Ear ly reports from ‘ Professor Ca millo von Kleñze , Director of the Junior Year Abroad at the University of Munich , ‘ i ndicate that an excellent start has been made with the fifteen students from the United ‘ States ‘ who sailed to take part in the project early , in , Sopteni hem ’ . The American colleges _m’epresente _’l are the following : Wellesley ( 5 ) , Vassar ( 3 ) , Smith ( 2 ) , Bryn Mawr ( 1 ) , Mount Holyoke ( 1 ) , St Lawrence , N . Y , ( 1 ) , Lehigh Universi ty ( 1 ) , Ca m’leton College , Minnesota ( 1 ) . ‘ T wo fro m Stanfo r d ’ University , two from Smith , and one fm’om Vassar wore obliged to withdraw . Eleven months will be spent in study at the University of Munich . From nine ‘ until one from Monday through _Fm’iday , classes in plionetics , grammar , comnposition , and literature are conducted , each student following them all . The group is subdivided _imito small contingents accord Ing to ability and previous training , In...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

of a fo rmerly useful process in the education of Freshmen , Of all the reasons in favor of our practice of hazing , this alone seems to me to explain the attitude of Lincoln : Our _lo’vo of the fo ssiliferous . —P . _~~ . MILLER . 0 Jimmy Whittaker not only toots a mean sax bat he also strums a wicked uke . The kid ’ s clever ! ‘

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
I WONDER [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

I WONDER At the many different uses Ba _skenviile makes of his head . What makes Spank Smith so elusive on tim e gridiron . ‘ Why Fred Day took to smoking two days ‘ after he reached ’ the campus . Did the fellow who wrote , I Dreamt I Dwelt 1 _mm Marble Halls h ave Rendall Hall 0 mm his mind . ‘ How Pi’of , Grim keeps so _mimuch scientifi c knowledge at his finger t ij ~ s _. How It f eels to be looked up to , ( wit h apologies to Victor Sparrow ) , By h ow large a Score will time _soph omores beat tim e freshmen . When ‘ will Melvin Lee get a new pipe . How long has Parker Johnson had his _pipe , Whether the present _ixihghitants of historic old Ashmun 6 like their room as much as the triumvirate did , How many men know who _tile triumvirate am’s , , : ‘ , . Who will be cm’owned I . F . champion this year . Whether the present co-holders know th at their titular claims are being seriously threatened . How many men know that I _, F . stands fom ’ _Immhmalor of Food and that Fox and...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Sleeping in Chapel Club [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

Sleeping in Chapel Club Time authom ’ of this sings in the University Choi r and he , therefore , has an excellent view over thi s audience . Every now and then he catches some Linco inite sleeping during the Sunday sermon , For that reason he , tim e author , has taken it upon himself to elect to , what he lmas called , time Sleeping in Chapel Club , the follo wing sleepyheads : _Fm’esim _mnamm Yom’k . _Freslimamm Williams , Fi’oshman Pharr . Sopho more Cla ra Bow Hoi t _Fresimman _~~~ , N . Davis ( up on tIme choir platfo rm before everybody ) . Sopho _moi’e Edmead Freshman Gumbs . Senior _Sh orty Davis , Senior Lenny Wright . ‘

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Kappa Alpha Psi Holds Initiation [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

Kappa Alpha Psi Holds Initiation On October 9 , 1931 , seven new members were taken into ‘ the folds of Kappa Alpha Psi . The men were as follows : Leroy Upperman , Arthur Sh ’ epha rd , Everett Robertson , Richard Thompson , _Gienfom ’ d Mussenden , George Law , Arthur R eed , Jr .

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Alpha Phi Alpha Makes Seven [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

Alpha Phi Alpha Makes Seven On Saturday , November 14 , Alph a . P hi Alph a lmeld its initiation , at which time the follówiñg men were taken in : ’ Harold Farrell , W . Keith Hall , Normaü’ ‘ Gaskins , ‘ John Maupin , Harold _Mimmus , Warren _Smitlm , and Herbert _Wheeldin

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Omega Psi Phi Initiates Three [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

Omega Psi Phi Initiates Three Omega Psi Phi added tlmree _. neophytes to its number in the pem’sons of Homer Ashby , Richard Kane , ami d Hewitt Boui’ne . The new members were immitiated on the night of November 10 , _1951 .

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WITH THE RABBLE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1931

WITH THE RABBLE By Hewi tt H . Bourne . KRAZY KUACKS Rufus , did you ‘ go to ‘ your lodge meeting last night ? No , sir , we had to postpone it . How was that ? Well , the Grand _Ah iPowerfu l Invincible Most Supreme Unconquerable Potentate was beaten up by his wife . —Vancouver Province , * * * * * Foote Coope r ( at party ) —These big parties are a Joke . I have not been invited but nobody has noticed it . _Stranger—I have not been invited either . Foots _—Reaily ? Did you crash too ? Stranger—Not exactly—I am the host . MISPLAC ED ELOQUENCE Frank Brown : Your pneumatic contrivance has ceased to function . Lem Huntley .: Er— what ? Brown : _ _I say , your tubular air container has lost its rotundly . Lem : I don’t quite— Brown : The cylindrical apparatus which supports your motor vehicle is no longer infla ted . Lem : But— . ’ Brown : The elastic fabric surrounding the circular frame whose successive revolutions bear you onward into space has not retained its pristine roundness . ...

Publication Title: Lincoln News
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
x
Loading...
x
x