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Additional Courses at Lincoln [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
Additional Courses at Lincoln The courses of study for this year have been increased . The two additional courses are Coaching and Nineteenth Century English Literature . The growing popular ity of our high school athletics has greatly augmented . the demand for teachers who are qualified to coach the various sports . During the last few _years , letters have _conie continuousl y to Lincoln in quest of young men who could serve as high school coaches . Unfortunátely _, our supply was and is less than the demand . So the faculty , _determ ined as it usually _is to do its part , turned naturally to Coach U , S . Young . There could be no question as to his ability to prepare men for this kind of work . His extensive preparation received both by _pen etrating the all-embracing study of theory and by years of successful practice , rendered him altogether suitable for the task , and it was , placed upon him . The course in coaching covers two hours of practice and one hour of theory each...
Our Lyceums Revived [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
Our Lyceums Revived Two Bodies Now in Active Rivalry Hundreds of our graduates will be glad to know that t _h e Garnet and Phi _losophian _Lyceunm s have been re-organized and are now holding weekly meetings in the chapel _and prayer hail respectively . The idea of the revival of the P’hilosophian Lyceum was firs t conceived by Mr . L . E . Anthony of the senior class , who during the latter part of last term called’ a few interested men together and effected the organization . Mr . Anthony was himself chosen to head ’ the body , and his work , until the close of our collegiate year , was quite effective . TIme Garnet Lyceum was not re-organiz-ed until a few weeks ago , and’ Mr . W . P . Stevenson , also of the senior class was selected as president of that group . He and those associated with him are likewise working in order to increase their membershi p , and it is ho . ped ‘ by _mem bers of both groups that tim e general interest and support may ‘ be equally divided in order tha...
Noted Leader Visits Lincoln [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
Noted Leader Visits Lincoln Dr . James _Dillard of Charlottesville , Virginia , president of the Jeans and Slater Funds , and member of the General Education Board , visited Lincoln on October 29 , 1925 , and delivered an address . ’ The text of Dr . Dillard _’ s lecture was based upon the educational conditions in Africa , as he observed them when he visited that continent with a few other distinguished Americans to investigate the progress of missions in education . He declares that he was favorably impressed with the p 1-ogress and development of Africa ., and’ said that missionaries are promoting education and’ industrial training , as well as Christian religion . He was pleased to see native Africans holding positions of trust and’ responsibility in commercial and governmental circles , and he reports that many public officers hold their positions ’ with marked’ efficiency and dig , nity . There are many problems however , which are far f ± _om ‘ solution . According to Dr . _D...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
H . ‘ E . Turner . Editor-i n-Chief J . _. _1 _. ‘ B . Scott Business Manager H . D ’ . _~ , _Marshall Assist . Business . Manager Jabez Leonard Clarke Secretary-Treasure r F . F . Bryan Advertising Manager S . A . Rooks Associate Editor M . A . Wolff Athletic Editor C . C . Knight . Circulating Manager _3 _’ . H . . Sponce Cartoonist Professor W . H . Johnson Faculty Advisor
Fratern ities and Their Future [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
Fratern ities and Their Future Ever since man has been created , and began to wander from place to p lace , one of h is greatest tendencies has been to socialize . Through association , h e learned tha t he was athle to accomp lish things which he could not do individually , and’ lie thus found out that in unity there is strength . The first idea man had of association was to fight ; by this he was able to protect himself from other groups which would annihilate him , if he were alone . From this he learned through association , that there was safety and preservation of his species . Another reason for man ’ s socialization was an economic one . He realized that with a group , of his _fehl owmen , he could kill a , larger animal and with less effort than he could had he ‘ been alone . So , he bega n to co-operate in groups , and still larger groups for the maintenance and’ sustenance of life . As civilization advanced , man developed from one stage to another , forming different gro...
he Y . M . C . A [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
he Y . M . C . A The cabinet of the Y . M . C . A . ‘ bega n the presen t yea r ’ s program with much zeal and enthusias nm . On September 27 , the President , F . _II _. Davis , in the initial Y meeting , expressed the fun danmemmta l principles of the Y . M . C . A . Messrs . Stevenson , Turner , Twine , and F , _5 . A . Joimnson _welconmed the students at large , and pa rticular ly tim e new ones , into the open Forunm . They urged time amen presemm t to take advantage of the opportunities offered by tim e Y to extend God ’ s kingc _lonm on earth . 0 mm _Octqbex’ 4 , at 6 A . M ., tim e Y . M . C . A . _neeoummpa _nied tim e Freshman class _elm a retreat . Many amen received _therefronm much spiritual inspiration . On ’ _returuming , the group _assembled beneath the Alumni _Arch _oum the Pennsy lvania Hi ghway , san g several Negro spirituals , timcn returned to time canm pu s , feeling renovated in spirit . At _mmm _c o ’ cloc k , the open Forum was held in tim e prayer hall . M...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
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Debat ing [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
Debat ing The entrance of the Senior Class in 1922 may be designated as the beginning of a new era of debating at Lincoln University . At that tinm e a group of men entered’ who , arguing that a college of Lincoln ’ s calibre should be represented ‘ by a first class’ debating team , resolved to lend every effort in brightening the escutcheon of their Alma Mater in debating . Happily , each year since then classes have entered with menihers who embraced the same ideal so that now we’ have on the ca _, nmpus an emmtirel y new school of debating and debaters . So far as can be ascertained th ’ ere were three difficulties which retarded progress in debating prior to the new era , The ~ first was lack of material . - This difficulty has ‘ been very largely overconm e through the _co-operation of Dr . _La’barea since he became Librarian , He has been ever-willing to procure material when needed . Much credit is due him in this particular for the successes of the past two years . ‘ Somehow...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
LION OR ‘ ~ BI SON—WHICH ? Without Big Boy Morgan Beno Crudup and Jazz Byrd , Limmco ln will face _1-loward Thanksg iving with little promn ise of piling up the h uge score which was nmark ed to her credit last season . The loss of these veterans coupled with an unusually light schedule , taken as a whole h as’ hauled to give the Liomm s the necessary fighting edge . Howard , omm tim e other hand has shown ambition in bring ’ing ma _, mm y teams up to ‘ liar campus . Her schedule has _beemu full , if not heavy . The effect ‘ of h aving a schedule such as Lincoln had this season was clearly demmmoumstratcd at W’il _. berforee , where the Lions went down to a 25-0 defeat . Though this defeat was a surprise and a shock , the Lions were trans formmmed into _eumything but lambs . In ‘ fact , defe at _hmro _\ _’edl _mimore of a , blessimm g than a curse . Prior tO tim e Wilber—force game the teanm assum _imeci an air of superiority and seif _-sufficiemmey , which if cont immued undl er an...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
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Thé’Airns and Needs of " The Linco _ln ’ News " [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
Thé’Airns and Needs of The Linco _ln ’ News Several years have elapsed since Lincoln University gave vent to her ‘ literary genius through ‘ the medium of a journal . During ‘ those’ years th ’ e students of Lincoln have felt the dire necessity of an instrument for literary expression . From ‘ time to time , various groups of these men have ‘ essayer ! to revive ’ the creature of their _desire in vain . ‘ So their efforts grew fainter as the years went by . But now , that journal so long forsaken , ’ so ‘ long missed has’ been brought back to life . Thanks to the interest , foresi ght , ingenuity and perseverance of that , little group of nmen by whom it was brought to life , th’is periodical shall not , fail . ‘ ‘ The , Lincoln News is _desigmied to acquaint ~ the public with Lincoln University of Pennsylvania in all of its many departmnenta _, it is intended to , inform the public at large concerning the founding , _history _, reputation , present status , aims , need’s and manage...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
James Archer , B . T . W . ~ Norfolk , Va . Professor of ‘ Chemistry , ‘ Wm . Coleman , B , T . W ., Norfolk , Professor of History . Allan Brown B . P . W ., Norfolk , _Va . Edward Archer , Albion Academy , Franklinton , N . C . ‘ Rudolph Scott , Palmer Memorial Institute , _Se’dahia , N . C . Wm . Me _’ rcer , W . Va . G . B . Winston , Slater State Normm mal _, _Winston-Salem , N . _C . Harold ‘ Hoimmi es , ‘ Slater State Normal , ‘ Wi nston-Salem , N . C ., Chenmistry . Robert _Jason , Medical School , Howard Universi’ty . A . C . Hilton , at home .
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1925
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