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REFLECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
REFLECTIONS _I hesitate to state with any definiteness the date of the occasion on which I first heard the name Lincoln University mentioned in my presence . Suffice it to say that it was a few years ago . Included _In that remark , as well as in all subsequent references to this historic institution _, were not only glowing praises and commendation of this scholastic aspect and its results as evidenced by the careers of Lincoln graduates , but also rapturous descriptions of that undefinable , intangible something which has descended down to us under the nom-de-plume of _ Lincoln Spirit . It would be only proper to admit that _I have enjoyed quite intimate contact with high school spirit which , I assure my readers , was quite closely associated with Hackensack High School , but my curiosity was piqued by repeated references to the brand LINCOLN NEWS Publishe _Octeber . November , March , April and May by the students of Lincoln Univers _ity in the State of Pennsylvan ia . Subscript...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
the Lincoln spirit still remain a live , co mpelling charac teristic , they would _evid ence it in concrete works rather than dramatic orations urging us to do those things which they have failed to do . I find it difficult to conceive of a thore hypoci ’! tical and paradoxical situation than that which is presented by the _: najority of our _gi _• _ad uates who pour out empty , mea ningless phrases _Ofl the eve of important games or who , having hea rd of some reputedly undesirable practice in vogue among the minority of the student body , return and exhort us to mend our ways . _1 challe nge the veracity of any living graduate who claims to be unable to remit five dollars a year to this institution , said money to be expended wheiever needed . Just at present , _I don ’t doubt hut that much of it would be spent on athletics , Since they must all admit their ability to rc mlt that paltry sum , why cloe _~ n ’t each graduate comply with the request implied above ? Why don ’t the Alu...
JOHN MILLER DICKEY SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
JOHN MILLER DICKEY SOCIETY The John Miller Dickey Society aims to bring toget _hem ’ all students in the college , who are preparing to _Onter the gospel ministm ’y , missionary work , or religious education , The officers of the club _tom’ the present year are as follows : President , Willia m E . _Kicid ; vice-president , Alf redl Walker ; secretary , Calvin Curtiss ; treastime r , Levi M , Moo r e , ami d Mr . Milton Smith _cli apla _m n . The cl ub has as its purpose to secure speakers for the Wednesday evening prayer meetings at various intervals , On _Janut ~ ry 17 th Rev , Tur ner of Avondale spoke to a very interested ga th ering , Prof . Samuel A . Hedge and Prof . Charles D . Ch risman act as faculty advisors ,. A very intem ’esting _progm’am is planned for the rest _ci’ the semester , and we are eager to have its meeting largely attended . CALVIN C , _CJJRTISS ‘ 34 . o—- \ ~ T e hope audi pray that Jim ’’ Dorsey will ne ver again have the Glee Club attempt any mo r e of B...
KRAZY KRACKS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
KRAZY KRACKS ‘ Rip ’ is a _horridi word but it is worse in . the seat of _youm’ _tm’ousei’s . * * * _‘ _I’ $ ‘ Chm’esfie ldl ( Butch ’ s pa l ) asks you , deam’ reador ~~~~~ Wha t Mahatm _a _Clandhi would have done had he been in Sim’ Walter Raleigh ’ s pl ace at _ths time of time now famous ‘ Rescue of Queen Elizabeth from the Mud—Puddle . ’’ * * * * * _F’t’oin the _Semniiimu’y _1-lere lies the body Of Ice man Sam , _I-Ie met the wife of Another _icenian _, * * * * Time Pem’fect Crime ( _Tioggy ) Young : Well , goodbye , Doc ~ 1 ) oc : ‘ Just a momen , fifty dollars , p lease . _Youimg : ‘‘ What for ?’’ Doe : Medical . advice _m’endei’ecl _. Youn g : ‘‘ Oh , that’s all right , Doe , I ain ’t gonna use it . ( Cum ’tain amid soft music as they drag him out ) . _, Out’ Regrets In Boccacio— it ’ s _Fm’ankness , In Rabelais—it’s Life . In a _Pm’of _, —it ’ s Clever . But in a college comic—IT’S SMUTTY . * * * * * Then there ’s time story of the parents who named their . _fim’st-born ‘ S...
IN THE MIDST OF THE RABBLE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
IN THE MIDST OF THE RABBLE The rabble lies asked me to pass the followim _: g exam in ‘ Rabbleology _, ’ See what you can do with it , It ’ s too much for me , 1 , _, What happem _med to Bm’o , Moore ’ s cake ? 2 . Why did Ham’ry ( Langdoa ) Manely run the girls in Norfolk , Va . ? 3 . Whe re did Lem Huntley junk his car ? 4 . Ho w did Rollings get tim e name ‘ WISKEY’ ? 5 . W ho uses an English refem ’ence book to wr ite letters ( L . L . R . ) besides _Tj pperman ? 6 . How is it that C _: ’is Palmer knows all the belles of the village by their first names ? 7 ,. Ho w did Blu e Hopkin s get the title of Caspe r Holstein ? 8 . Why does Bob Loving want note in this column ? 9 , How long will Scotty and Chandler refrain f rom weam’ing red ties ? 10 . Why was Frank Brown the most popular instructor just before tim e Physics Lab Experiments were due ? ( If you can answer these questions , you ’m’e a better man than I _amn— ’Gordon ’ s Gi n . ’ .
WITH THE RABBLE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
WITH THE RABBLE _HEWiTT H . BOIJRNE Editor ’ s Note : As the hammering of the keys on . my typewriter _. ( to be more exact Mike Mitchell ’ s ) comes to my eam ’ s once again as I make a last fight in a useless attempt to compose this column , I fin d that there is so much to be relate _d that I hardly know just where to begin . For the past few weeks numerous _Clim’is _. tmas tales have reached my desk concerning the activities of certain gentlemen of doubt .- fu _l _’ _. character . Then we have time most recent Mid-Year Exams with Dean requesting the boys to ‘ horse ’ in his Philosophy exam and Prof . Christmas close behindi with his ‘ English Derby , ’ so called by certain sophs who can ful ly explain the significance of the very appropr iate title . But nevertheless , I ( you : ’ public servant ) devote some _01 _’ _m y useless time to composing this bi t of sense amid nonsense .
ATTORNEY CHAS . WILLIAMS , ‘ 95 , _ PASSES In tim e death of Charles W . M . Williams , Bos . ton , Massachusetts , Lincoln _University has lost one of Its outstanding Alumni , _Mm’ . Williams was horn in Macon , Geom’gla , November 12 , 1870 . [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
ATTORNEY CHAS . WILLIAMS , ‘ 95 , _ PASSES In tim e death of Charles W . M . Williams , Bos . ton , Massachusetts , Lincoln _University has lost one of Its outstanding Alumni , _Mm’ . Williams was horn in Macon , Geom’gla , November 12 , 1870 . Ho attended Lewis Normal Institution _iii Macon ., afterwards entering Lincoln University , f rom which he was graduated in . 1895 . , In _1 _S _99 he was awarded an A . M . from _Limmcoln . He rece ’ ved the Degree of _ LL . B . from Boston University in 1900 . He immediately entered into the practice of , la w and was always active in the political and civic life of that city . In 1903 , ho was _ciectedl to tim e Common _Council and was re-elected the following two yeam’s , At the end of _lb s th m’d yea : ’ , he was _appoimiteci as Judge of the Juvenile _Coum ’t , _whlch _position he hold to _: ’ twenty-five yeam ’ s , He was time emily membem ’ of the Race to ever hol _d that position 1 _mm _Massach usetts , Mr . Williams was always ac ti...
LINCOLN MEN AT HOWARD [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
LINCOLN MEN AT HOWARD It’ is natural that _Limicolmi men would be prou _d of their own fellows , and it is seldom th at a Li ncolm _i man does _mmot place a _high estimate upon those who have come from his Aimn a Mater , There have been many evidences that others , besides Lincoln men , h ave _th is same esteem for the gm’aduates of Lincol : _m , Them’s is abundant evidence of this feeling at Howard University , where Lincoln men occupy very distinguished posi tions . Lincoln men am’s found _imm almost every depam’tnmemmt of _J-Iowa _: ’ d University . On tim e Board of Tr ustees is Dr . Francis J . _Grimke , Class of 1870 . In the Simoll of Education are Pm’ofessom ’ } _Iowmu ’ d D . Gregg , 1916 , and Pm’ofessor _Joseph S . Price , 1912 . , In the School of Liberal Am’ts timers am’s Pm ’ofesso m’s Loonam ’ d Z , Joh non , Class of 1898 , ami d Fm’ancis C , Sumnem ’ , Class of 1915 , In time Sclmooi of Medicine there are the following : Dr . A . M . Curtis , ’ 1888 , Pm’ofessor of ...
NEGROES LEAD AT _IJIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
NEGROES LEAD AT _IJIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA In a report making scholastic comparison of forty academic fraternities in the University of Minnesota , the list is led by Alpha Phi Alpha , with an average of 1 , 4 , _th is being one of tim e highes t averages ever made by a U . of M . fraternity . Records show that this average has been sprpassed only four times in the last seventeen years , Furthermore , among the twenty-six Greek Letter Sororities represented by local chapters at the University of Minnesota , Alpha Kappa Alpha ranked first with an average of 1 . 7 , which is the third time that this sorority has achieved this honor . Previously it held it for two successive years .
IN THE CLASSROOM [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
IN THE CLASSROOM Prof . Grim : Today gentlemen I shall lecture on Wading Birds , Take for instance the stork —well Mr . Bass what am ’ e you laughing about ? Bass ( with a broad chicken ) I know _them’e really isn ’t any stork , _‘ _I’ * * * * Prof . Labaree : Mr . Drummond , if a man smashed a clock could he be justly accused of killi ng Time ? George : Well , now , professor , I don ’t believe he could it he could prove that the clock struck first .
MY NEW YEAR RESOLUTION [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
MY NEW YEAR RESOLUTION 1 _, Grab with one hand instead of with both . 2 . Attend chapel at least once a week . 3 . Stay awake in class , 4 , Never do today what can be done tomorow , 5 . Pr&amp;ve that tim e hand is quicker than the eye and the foot is quickem ’ than both of them , * * * * * Thus I end—Thank you—until this time tomorrow— . Tha nk You Your most humble public servant
DID YOU KNOW’ THAT [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
DID YOU KNOW’ THAT Barking _i’p the wrong tree is an exp _: _’essiomi which comes from time huntem ’ s of old England who used to say that when their hounds mistook the tree in which the quarry was hiding . Today it means to mis-judge . * * * * _* Barbec u e is a _corruptioli of tim e French words ‘ Ba rbe a queue , ’ which means ‘ from _smiout to tail . ’ It is used when referring to the roasting of an entire animal .
CURRENT CAMPUS EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
CURRENT CAMPUS EVENTS Russel West Grove Brown and _Beowulf _ Braxtom i automatically , became members of the Oxfo : ’ d Fire _Departmenb , The Improved , Benevolent and Protective Order of Sons of the Turf is progressing rapidly under the _leadem’ship of its president , Chuck Walke r . Joh n Speller became a benedict . Congratulations , Scoop , Old Sco ut . It is rumom ’ed that _ Cham ’ a Bow Hol t is ’ to hea ve us . Rev , Wo rd lost an inch during the exams . A cem’tain Sophomore was seen shipping a State Boy of his throu gh time front door of Li ncoln Hall . If it happens again , we ’ll print his name . A certain freshman ( famous for his football prowess ) also sneaks through the front door occasio nally . Prof . _Chrisman and Prof . James are going to have a joke-telling contest . Time Pills Brothers can be h eard nightly 1 _mm a progra m of popular songs on their ground floor studio _imm Lincoln _1-lahI , from 6 : 30 to 7 P . ’ M . They am’s Dicky Boy _Th ompson , al to-saxo-p...
NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
NOTES A : ‘ ecent issue of the report of the Rosenwaid Foundation gives exceptional credit to Horace Mann Bond , an alumnus of Lincoln , and a member of the faculty of Fisk University , w ho did such splendid work for the Foundation in mak . ing a survey of Negro educational problems in _flue Sou th . * * * * * Recently there have been many deaths of Lincoln Alumni , Among those reported am’s Dr . H , R . Butler , 1887 , Atlanta , Ga , ; Rev . J . Mil ton Waidron , 1886 , Washi ngton , D . C , ; Rev . _Dammiel G . Hill , 1886 , Baitinmore , Md _. _; Rev . _Die . J . J . Wilson ,, 1891 , No : ’ th Carolina ; Rev . Beverly M . Ward , 1898 , Germantown , Pa . ; Dr . Cla rence H . Rich ardson , 1901 ; Dr . J . P . Percival , Greenwood , S . C . Dr . Butler was an outstanding phys iciamm in Atlanta , and was one of the founders of tim e Na tional Medical Association , Dr . _Waldron was one of the leaders in time Baptist ministry , and had occupied a conspicuou r position in the church an...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
Mo rgan ami d Fisk . Tim e complete ‘ add ress of Mm _’ , Azikiwe camm be found in tim e January issue _of’ the _Joum’nal of Negro History . Crichlow has been th : ’eatening to get a haircut . He was seen peeping , in the doom’ of the tonsom _’iah pa : ’hor . Oh by the way , Gibs on Youmm g and Oscam ’ Jo nes _h ave : ‘ eturned to tim e fold . Perseverance is a gm’eat virtue , Sissy Jack h as gone and left Kidd all ahomme . I wisim Major Tremmch-coat O’Neil would _su a ve and stop using H 2 S . Third Chef Jolm nsomm has become a Clmeyneyite , Well , _th ey have finally fom’med tim e AntiAq ua Chub . Melvin Bowman is Presidemmt _andl Geom ’ ge W . Davis is’ Vice President . Prep Hackett and Pick Patterson are on tim e Publicity Committee , Why ar en ’t mom’e fellows hike Maxey Shephe rd ? Always smiling . She : ’ man Clyde Mitchell Collins ’ home town has fo ur _Imouses and a population of 18 . Will Robe rson ever g : ’ow any more _hmaim ’ omm that bald spot of his ? ‘ Tim ers are ma...
CAMPUS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
CAMPUS NEWS Yo um ’ _m’oving repom ’ter _h as seen Lewis Mosely ami d Bostomm Blue earmmes thy discussing tIme Tape worm . Aiiyo ne knowing the whem’eabouts of omi e Joh n P . _Sqimires , please ~ om’wa : _’d all _infornmation to tim e Registm ’am ’ , Dogs Bumps Davie amid ’ _Wimidy York ‘ are thi s social lions of Ch ests _: ’ , I was pleased to mmote . that tim e pocket-sized Ted Ha wkins got hi , mnself a haim’cut . Yo ur m’eporte : ’ discovered another talent of tim e much talented Dog’ Watts . He is aim expe : ’ t in _Fm’enchm , and how timat boy can play a _fidd le ! Co m’ne lius Ego Coopem ’ elec ted hinm _seif Suprenm e Po tentate of time Wh at-a-Maim Club , Cric _hiho w _comitinues to be thi s _Autocrat of this _Ju _m niom s and Sophomor e ’ s mni lk supply . J . Octavius _Phinton is constantly being remimiciecl of time Mom ’g’amm—Lim _icolmi football game at Darby . Porte _: ’ can ’t fo : ’get the gain s eithem ’ . Ma ~ ’ ie Dai mity Wilson has time mnost perfect table _um...