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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
THE LINCOLNIAN Published by the students of Lincoln University Semi-monthly , during school year Entered as second class matter at the Lincoln University Post Office , Lincoln University , Pennsylvania EDI TORIA L Editor-in-C hief Associa t e Edi tor Ma naging Editor Business Manage r Circulation Manag er J . Ric’he Coleman ‘ Ralph Koger Albert Jones STAFF Kenneth S . Dodson Le Roy Patrick Jesse Gloster Jack C . Tracey Joseph Woods Roy Nichols C . Warren Smith George Twine ANNUAL SUBSCRIP TION $1 . 00 Vo lum e VI Oc tobe r 15 , 1938 . Number _I
Linco 1 n Defeats N . C . State , 13-0 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Linco 1 n Defeats N . C . State , 13-0 ‘ lions Open Season With Impressive Win Over Eagles Orange And Blue’ Show Power As Brown And Mates Roll Up 13-0 Score In First C . I . A . A _. Clash Durham , N . C ., Oct . 1—Led by their great versatile quarterback , John Brown , who first gained recognition as the running mate of Lincoln ’ s immortal Wendell Brown (‘ 38 ) , the Lincoln Lions pried the lid off their 1938 season in an impressive manner when they clawed the fighting Eagles of North Carolina State into submission by , the score of 13-0 . Johnny Mack , as Brown is more familiarly known , swept through right tackle on a 12 yd . scoring jaunt in the first , and late in the fourth period , he heaved an aerial to Muggs Irvin , a play which netted 39 yards and a touchdown , for the Lion ’ s second tally , the extra point being kicked by Brown also . Late in the first quarter , Floyd Harris intercepted a pass ~ id ran it back to ‘ the Eagles ’ 47 ,.. line . Harris then picked up fij ya...
Extensi ve Nat 1 . Health Cam paign Planned For Control Of Syp hilis [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Extensi ve Nat 1 . Health Cam paign Planned For Control Of Syp hilis The Worl d Waits To Be Proclaimed By Dr amatic Club DEAN O F SEMINARY DIES I N HO S P I TAL George Hummel ’ s The World Waits , a three act _melodram a of ‘ the Antarctic wastes , will be the first production of the 1938-39 season of the Lincoln University _I ~ layers . The plans of this group inélude three one-act plays , a second three-act play of mixed , cast , and engagements i’n nearby cities . Its annual participation in the Negro Intercollegiate Dramatic Association is uncertain at this stage , but there will be representation at the Cultural Olympics , an exchange play with Ursinus College may also be expected , as well as one with t ~ over State College . At their first meeting on September 26 , the president , Walter Johnson , appointed Kennett Dodson ~ s chairman of a committee to draw up a set of rules to govern the organization ; Abraham L . Lanier heads a committee investigating the matter of keys for...
Lincoln Trims Vagabonds In Pre -Season Game [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Lincoln Trims Vagabonds In Pre -Season Game In a pre-season workout that was very impressive , Coach Rivero and his staff put their charges through a sixty minute scrimmage game with the Vagabond A . C . of Philadelphia . During the course of the game , Coach Rivero was experimenting extensively with various line and backfield combinations . Team A ran the score up to twenty-six points and were impregnable on the defense not allowing any scoring by the Philadelphia club . The aforementioned team played the first , second , and third quarters . Paul Williams , a former member of the team , returned just in time ‘ to participate in the game . He showed good form by plunging over for a touchdown early in the first quarter . Also impressive were Beverly , Brown , Ausby , and Reginald Williams . Freshmen who were outstanding were Shade and Pearcy . Lincoln Vagabonds L . Harris .... L . E . .., Seawright Gilmore . L . ~~~~~~~~ . Bright Lee L . G Hector Tracy C West Pearcy R . G Wolfolke D...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Science at Columbia University . Lincoln University has added two new members to its faculty ; Ivan E . Taylor and Walter E , Waring . Mr . Taylor is a native of Connecticut ; he spent much of his life in New York City where he attended DeWitt Clinton High School and City College ; he finished his college course at Howard University . He is not a stranger , _I or he was a member of the English Department at Lincoln during the period of _1933-36 . He taught English at Virginia Union University during 1932-33 and served in the capacity of Dean at Samuel Houston College from 1936 to 1937 . At present he is completing work at the University of Pennsylvania for his doctorate in English , but in the interim he is an instructor in English at Lincoln . Mr Waring , who is a native of Philadelphia , is instructor in English at Lincoln , Mr . Waring , who is a native of Philadelphia , is instructor in French and Latin . He had been a _‘ teacher in the public school system in Philadelphia where...
Coach Rivero Opt imistic On Comin g Season [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Coach Rivero Opt imistic On Comin g Season In an interview with Coach Manny Rivero concerning the prospects of the present line-up of the Lincoln Lions , he said that although a few mistakes have been made , ‘ the team , as a whole looks very good in their first game , and that the prospects were bright for the remaining games on the schedule . ‘ Coach Rivero also stated that so far there were only a few minor injuries , and such were to be expected , but that the injured men would be ready for scrimmage in ample time . He also emphasized the fact that there were only a few minor injuries , and such were to be expected , but that the injured men would be ready for scrimmage in ample time . He also emphasized the fact that , though he has lost ten men from the squad , through graduation and ineligibility , he felt sure that out of approximately thirty Freshmen , he ‘ had found ample replacements . As a side-line he added that all regulars were required two hours library-study each ni...
New Jerse y Downs New York In Inter City Court Game [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
New Jerse y Downs New York In Inter City Court Game The New Jersey basketball team led by Captain Simmons ‘ sent the New York team down to defeat by the score of 36 to 24 , Irvin , Freshman center , led the victors _wi’th 12 points , while Captain Haye fought gamely to uphold hi ~ side by scoring 7 points . Box score : New ‘ York G . F . Pts . H aye , f 3 1 7 H . Thomas , f , 3 0 6 Wearham , c 2 1 5 Norwood , ~ g 0 0 0 Banton , g 3 0 6 _11 _, 2 24 New Jersey G . F . Pts . Simmons , f 4 0 8 Alexander , f 1 0 2 Irvin , c 5 2 12 Walls , g 4 0 8 _3 . Thomas , ~ g 3 0 6 17 2 36
Library Kept Busy Dur ing Summer [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Library Kept Busy Dur ing Summer ( Continued from page 1 ) terian Summer Conference , which lasted one week—from July 4 to July 11 . For the members of this group , however , the Library steps and green-grassed frontage served as a site for evening devotions . They , too , like their _‘ immediate pr edec essor s , had their hands full with lectures , discussions , and private study , The last and largest group to make use of ‘ th e Library was those who came for the tennis tournament , literaly from all parts of ‘ the country , both to participate and to watch the matches , For them the Library secured a thirty-four ‘ piece W . P . A . Negro art collection from Philadelphia , to put on exhibition . This collection , together with the African Art attracted hundreds of the visitors , both old and young .
PROF . WILLIAMS’ THESIS USED AS ARTI CLE IN SCIENTIFIC PAPER [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
PROF . WILLIAMS’ THESIS USED AS ARTI CLE IN SCIENTIFIC PAPER (‘ Continued from page 1 ) with plates _II and III , May 1938 , A ‘ summary of the thesis is as follows : The contents of this paper grew out of a desire to verify Arnold Pictet ’ s observations of Double Copulation in Lasiocampa Observations of Telea polyphernus and Ephestia kuehniella fail to furnish this verification . In hundred’s of moths of the latter speci es , the penis was found in the bursal opening only . The same female _m ay pair from one to five times , each pairing resulting in the formation of a sperm sac ( spermatophore of Norris , 1932 ) . A maximum of five sacs was found in the bursa of a single female , The mode of formation of these sacs within the penis of the male , when it is thrust into the bursal ‘ d uet , is described . The contents of each sperm sac are emptied before the next following copulation . The sperm passes from the sperm ‘ sac in the bursa to the seminal duct , to the vagina , and’ _th...
LIONS SMOTHER CHEYNEY , 64-0 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
LIONS SMOTHER CHEYNEY , 64-0 ( Continued from page 1 ) ed . Subsequent events proved that it didn ’t matter . Another fumble by the Teachers proved disastrous when Philo Lee fell on the ball on Cheyney ’ s 38 . Brown and Harris aided by a fifteen yard penalty put ‘ the oval on the one’ yard marker . Brown bucked it over , and proceeded to _. kick the _extral point . Wh ~~ Brown p 8 s ~ ed _301 yards to Honey for the _tl _~ srd six pointer s and Johnny , _Meek j ~ Brow _n ~ booted the ’ ‘ point a’ few ‘ , nioments _later _1 the Lincoln ‘ ‘ total had ~ ‘ _hiótinted ‘ to 20 ~ 0 _, as _thC _fii ~ St ’ ~ ’ ua tér ended . ’ _Ir win , Williams , and l ~~ Dona 1 d , alternated to carry _: the ball to th ~ three wh ere ‘ Winks _McDonald plunged b ’ v ~ r . _’ Wink’s tr ~ r’ for the ~ point was no good . Willie Roark gathered in a Cheyney ’ fumble on his own 30 to start the Lions off to a fifth journey to touchdown territory . ‘ Mike Roman and ~ Muggs Irwin’ took up the burden here . Irwin ac...
" Krum Society " Dubs Coffee Shop " Kr um Elbow " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Krum Society Dubs Coffee Shop Kr um Elbow (‘ Continued from page 1 ) are those who are constantly endeavoring to find acceptance in the inner circle , while the dregs , like the untouchables of India , beg for intellectual and nutritious morsels . At any time of ‘ the day or night , the Krums may be found comfortably installed at the most choice locations of the canteen , carelessly tossing off intellectual tid-bits , which are ‘ eagerly , sei _~ e ~ upon by the members of the , ~~ óletar _1 et . The _clln ~ ’à ~ ç of each _1 week is reached _ott Wednesday when the records ar ~ ’ _: c ~ anged on the nickleodian . A _~~ sCoñ ‘ as lunch is over , ‘ the _~ iar _ioti _~ i _etm’atà ’ _of _ ~~ r Uhtdom _gathér ~ to listen , free of ‘ charge , t ~ ’a ~ run -around _1 ’ of the records . ~~ , _, _~ i _1 _le pieces are being changed , the lesser ‘ brothers are filled _w’ith suggestions for new numbers , numbers which the Krums will never condescend to play . It is a dangerous thing to have a ...
Y . M . C . A . Plan s Varied Pro gram [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Y . M . C . A . Plan s Varied Pro gram The Y . M . C . A ., under the presid ~ ncy of William L . Hamilton , in keeping wi’th its policy of previous years of providing for the cultural , recreational , and spiritual welfare of the student body has formulated the following program for 1938-39 : ( 1 ) The Y games department will continue its program , opening officially on Monday , Oct . 9 . ( 2 ) A class in typing will be held for all interested , persons . ( 3 ) The Howard-Lincoln Conference is now being planned and will take place on Nov . 11-13 . ( 4 ) Student forums will be continued . ( 5 ) There will be two student trips to Philadelphia instead of one , as in ‘ previous ’ yea rs . These trips are to afford ‘ students an opportunity of visiting museums and other places of educational ‘ interest . ( 6 ) There will’ be two games tournaments instead of one . ( 7 ) Instead of sponsoring independent cultural programs to a great degree , the Y will cooperate with the entertainment and...
Delegates Atten d Debatin g Confab [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Delegates Atten d Debatin g Confab The Debating Association of Pennsylvania Colleges held its seventeenth annual meeting on October 1 , 1938 , in the Penn-Har-ris Hotel in Harrisburg with 22 member coleges in attendance . Lincoln , was represented by LeRoy Patrick and Jack Tracey , Mr . Patrick served on the Questions Committee ; by casting the deciding vote Mr . Tracey determined the question for the present debating season , The question chosen by the association for the year is : 1 . Resolved : That the United States should follow a policy of isolation toward nations involved in civil or international conflict , ( Isolation may be defined as complete economic and military isolation , or complete economic and political isolation , or , simply , complete economic isolation ) . The Association selected two other questions ; one of national implication , and one dealing with a local question , They are : 1 . Resolved : That the United States government should cease using public funds...
BOOK REVIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
BOOK REVIEWS ( Continued from page 2 ) The , crooked mayor ‘ and his henchmen are about to cut the relief ‘ budget . Together with the communists , ‘ the workers are ready to march on the town hail to demand that the relief appropria’tioh be increased , rather than redu _~ éd . The mayor visits the minister and tries by the usual _soathern tactics to bull-doze him Into selling out his r _~ _ica _. When he ref uses , the sheriff _has him taken out into the woods and beaten : unmercifully . That harrowing experience ‘ turns him from a gentle minister into a real revolutionary leader of his people . In the end , when the white and black workers meet and march together , to demand their rights , the correctiveness and inevitibility of the situation is one of the finest scenes in contemporary literature . It ‘ is great writing ; stark , soaring , and ringing with sincerity . Uncle Tom ’ s Children won the five hundred dollar prize of Story Magazine for ‘ the best ‘ submitted manuscript b...
Alpha Awards Scholarsh ip To Attend Harvard [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Alpha Awards Scholarsh ip To Attend Harvard Henry Everett , a member of the class of ‘ 40 , and an honor student at Lincoln University , was awarded a scholarship by the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity to attend Harvard University in Cambridge , Massachusetts . He achieved a 1 , 00 ‘ average for the four semesters that he attended Lincoln University ; he was the recipient of the Theodore Milton Selden Memorial Medal which is given by NU chapter of the Alpha Phi’ Alpha , Fraternity , of which he was a member , to the freshman making the highest scholastic average . He followed the lead of Paul D . Davis , another member of the class of ‘ 40 , who left Lincoln to attend Harvard University at the beginning of his sophomore year . Henry Everett was admitted into Harvard as a full-fledged junior . This is indeed unusual as the average university compells a student to remain a semester in the institution before they accord him a classification . The calibre of his work ‘ at Lincoln University ...
Ob ituary [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Ob ituary The students of Lincoln University were shocked to learn of the death of Cortez Hermando Allen of the class of ‘ 41 , He was well known in Pittsburg where he was a militant leader of Negro Youth . He was instrumental in organizing and coordinating the work of the Allegheny Youth Congress . He was extremely active on the campus , serving on the Lincolnian staff , and in the Dramatic Club ; he was also Executive Secretary of the N . A . A . C , P . Progressiveness characterized his thought , especially in student affairs . Students and facul ty alike feel that a promising career has been cut short . Bernard Theorn Curtiss , of the class of ‘ 38 , succumbed at his home in Roanoke , Virginia during the latter part of July . He went into rapid decline after the death of his sister in February of this year . He will always be remembered by those who knew him for his quiet , gentlemanly manner and h’is neat appearance . Curtiss worked on the old _ Linoolnian staff as a humor . ed...
N . Y . CLUB PLANS SCHOLARSHIP DAN CE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
N . Y . CLUB PLANS SCHOLARSHIP DAN CE The New York Club of Lincoln University met Friday night , October 7 , to elect officers and to plan activities for the current school year . The new officers for the year are : Willie R . Roark , president ; Kenneth S . Dodson , vice-president ; Jack C . Tracey , recording secretary ; George _5 _, Carter , correspond _’ing secretary ; John K . Phillips , treasurer ; Wadsworth Kimher , business manager ; and Thomas Dickens , publicity director . The club will continue its effort to create a scholarship fund for New York high school graduates and to publicize Lincoln University ‘ in New York City , by speaking ‘ in churches , clubs , and ~ community centers and by giv’ing affairs which will bring additional funds into the organization ’s treasury , The club will give a scholarship dance at the Club Danceland in New York City on December 23 . The meeting was attended by thirty three students .
CH ~~ YNEY PRES _I DENT . ANSWERS STUDENT [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
CH ~~ YNEY PRES _I DENT . ANSWERS STUDENT ( Continued from page 2 ) regularized . Wi _. th cooperation these may , in spite of the limita1 ions , be smooth and effective . Please be sure , therefore , to see either the Dean of Women or the Dean of Men when you plan to come over at unexpected times , so that there m’ay be no embarrassment either to you or to us , We never want to see guests uncertain or in any way uncomfortable When you were here Sunday I knew that you would want me to tell you very frankly and directly about your circumstances and expectations , and I knew that hon-est-to-goodness Lincoln men would coopera’te with us one hundred per cent . So I was glad ‘ to share our morsel with you and am happy if that ‘ bit could ‘ stay your stomachs’ ‘ until you got home . The Lincolnian ‘ hopes that all Linco _ln _. atu _dent ~ ,, will give their full cooperation in this m ~ tter ,
Howard-Lincoln Conference Noy . 13 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Howard-Lincoln Conference Noy . 13 The Planning Committee for the Howard-Lincoln Conference , held its yearly business meeting at Lincoln University , Friday evening , October 7 , to make plans for the ‘ annual affair . The subject selected for discussion is : The _Correlstion of Our Economic and Political Set-Up With Christian Ideals . The Conference will be held at Howard , November 11-13 . William L . Hamilton , president of the Lincoln Y . M . C . A ., will preside as chairman of the conference . Emmet Clinton of Howard , will serve as vice chairman . Miss Dorothy Walker and Miss Mary Novment , both of Howard , will act as secretary and treasurer , respectively , The conference speakers ‘ have not yet been chosen . Further information regarding conference attendance will be released in the near future .