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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Alumni Doctors Give Annual Exa mination Students were given a physical examination on October 4 th , in the basement of Rendall Hall by Alumni doctors who lent their services to the Physical Education Department for the day . Among the physicians were : W . G . Alexander , H . J . Austin , W . L . Brown , D . H . Dicken ~ , C . W . Dorsey , R . M . Fowler , C . H . Gaither , H C . Hardwick , H . A . Haskell , W . F . Jerrick , G . I _, King , W . E . Longshore , Jr ., M . T , Morris , M . N . Pannell , S . C . Parks , S . E . Robertson , J . V . Sterrett , F . D . Stubbs , W . H . Sullivan , P . J . Taylor ., A . R . Thomas , L . C . Wall , A . E . West , D . A . Wilson , Jr , and J Sullivan .
Here and There [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
Here and There By Martin Waters A little bit of cement , A little bit of paint ; Makes an outworn Building , Look like what it ain ’t . 1 st Student : All this struggle for an education and what will _I have fifty years from now ? 2 nd Student : Social security ! In the town of Hershey , Pennsylvania everything is chocolate , The latest rep ort from there _is that a new _is ~ sane asylum Is being built . The cells will , have chocolate bars with nuts inside :.
LINCOLN STUDENTS SWAMP ATLANTIC CITY IN SUMMER [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 October 1938
LINCOLN STUDENTS SWAMP ATLANTIC CITY IN SUMMER ( Con tinued from page 1 ) tea . After one pays her ,, she says , Thank Father , The average meal consists of pork sausage , pork chops , or frankfur ters , two vegetables and a dessert . After a few weeks of this one may imagine what kind of appetites the boys took to their first jobs . In fact one fellow ’ s appetite ‘ brought him disaster . He ate so much when , he was ‘ hired at Kent ’ s restaurant that he was fired even before he had started to ’ work .
Lincoln Topples Virginia Union Panthers By 6-0 Score In Closely Played Contest [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Lincoln Topples Virginia Union Panthers By 6-0 Score In Closely Played Contest College Who ’ s Who Visits Lincoln Men In response to a request from the editor of _ Wh 3 ’ s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges , the names of six seniors were forwarded to H . Pettus Randall , University of Ala- ‘ ba ma , by the president of the Student Council , E . C . Robinson , after consultation with the Dean of Men , Dr . Frank T . Wilson . Each year this publication makes a list of some of the outstanding students in the schools of the nation , especially juniors and seniors . The present edition will carry a short biography of each student . The Lincoln representatives are : John B . Randolph , William L . Hamilton , Elbert C . Robinson , Walter I . Johnson , Jr ., John 0 . Beckwith , and Le Roy Patrick , Playing up to pre-season rating for the first time since their initial clash of the current campaign with N . C . State , the Lincoln University broke into the win column ...
Dean Wilson , Herbert K ing Head Howard-Lincoln Meet ; S . Rooks Pri ncipal Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Dean Wilson , Herbert K ing Head Howard-Lincoln Meet ; S . Rooks Pri ncipal Speaker Dr . Frank T . Wilson of Lincoln University and the Reverend Mr . Herbert King , National Secretary of the Youth Division of the Y . M , C A ., will analyze The Correlation of Our Economic and Political Set-up with Christian Ideals as a _top ~ ic at the Howard-Lincoln Student Christian Conference to be held at Howard University , November 11-13 . The Lincoln delegates to the conference will be chosen by the Y . M . C . A . cabinet on the basis of active interest and participation in the Sunday forums . The Reverend Shelby Rooks , pastor of the Nazarene Congregational Church , Brooklyn , New York , will be the principal speaker at the conference . Mr . Idel W . E . Taylor guided student thought in the first foru m held on Sunday evening , October 23 . He challenged the students on various religious questions and then allowed them to express themselves fully as to their reactions , _Elbert C . Robinson...
" Pushkin " Subj ect Of Lecture By Dr . Bri nton [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Pushkin Subj ect Of Lecture By Dr . Bri nton Alexander Puskin — His Life and Works —was the subject of a lecture ‘ by ‘ Dr . Christian Brinton , Friday evening , October 27 , in the Mary Dod Brown Memorial Chapel . Dr . Brin _ton , a graduof Haverford College , class of ‘ 92 . illustrated his lecture with slides . Dr . Brinton ’s lecture was spon- , sored by the University Forum . _Wãlté ~~ t _’Jóhn ~ son , preside nt _’ presided . Last year , Dr . Brinton said , marked the centenary of Pushkin ’s death . On February 2 , 1837 , he was mortally wounded on the outskirts of St . Petersburg , with George Heckeren d’Anthes , the adopted son of the Dutch Ambassador who had made scatching remarks about Pushkin ’ s wife , They were married in 1832 and had four children . In 1811 Alexander Pushkin entered the Lyceum of Tsarkoe Selo located near St . Petersburg , In 1817 he began to write his Ruslau and Ly ’udmela , a romantic epic in six cantos . This was completed three years later , Puskin...
W . H . J ohnson , Former Pre xy , In Cha pel Talk [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
W . H . J ohnson , Former Pre xy , In Cha pel Talk Sunday , October 30 , marked the return of the former president of Lincoln University—the Rev . Mr . ‘ William Hallock Johnson , Ph . D ., D . D ,, now president-emeritus . Dr . Johnson , who served thirty-three years as professor of Greek , and , subsequently , as president , delivered the Sunday morning sermon in the Mary Dod Brown Chapel ; the present seniors were freshmen when he retired in January , 1936 . In his sermon Dr . Johnson listed three things the educated should seek to acquire ; first , the ~ power of appreciation ; second , the power of achievement ; third , the ‘ power of adaptation . One who aspires to a kingly character and a position of leadership among his fellows must have the ability to interpret things in their true values ; he must cultivate the spirit ‘ of wisdom and the power of understanding ; thus he will be able to decide important questions with justice and fairness . The speaker said , too , that a m...
Freshman Debate Team Chosen [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Freshman Debate Team Chosen Members or the rresnman class who compose the freshman debating team for the annual freshmansophomore debate are : Grant S Shockley , ‘ Richard Willis , and Merrill . E . Richardson , On Wednesday night , ’ October 26 , the Lin ~ coin University Debaters held the final trials to select this ‘ team : three other freshmen , Ralph B . Koger , M . Paul Washington , and Price L . Cuff also participated , Each man was required to deliver an argument , affirmative or negati ve , on one of the following questions : ( 1 ) Resolved : That Germany is justified in intervening in Czechoslovakia ; ( 2 ) Resolved : That the U . S . Government should cease to use public funds , including credit , to stimulate business . ! Le Roy Patrick , Jack Tracey , A , Leonidas Lanier represented the Lincoln University Debaters , The sophomore team is corn--posed of Roy Ni cho ls , Theodore Bolden , and Jesse Gloster . The freshman-sophomore debate will be held during the second week...
Fisk Professor Visits Cam pus [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Fisk Professor Visits Cam pus Charles 5 , Johnson , sociolog ist , made a brief visit to our campus during the week of October 17 , while en route to Fiske University , where he will r esum e his stu dies as head of _the Sociology ~ Department , This summer Mr . Johns on , in collaboration with Otto Klineberg , the anthropoligist , present ed a course in Race Relations at New York University . Among the many books and articles which he has contri’buted to _the stu dy of Sociology ar e : The Negro in Chicago , Ebony and Topaz , The Negro in American Civilization , and Negro Housing . On January 1 , 1923 , Mr . Johnson founded Opportunity , a Journal of Negro Life , the official publication of the National Urban League . In 1930 , he received the Harmon Award for Distinguished Achievement Among Negroes in Science . At present he is a memiber of the Rosenwald Fund Cornmittee , the Research Staff of the Tennessee Valley Authority , as well as a visiting professor , during the summer , a...
Penna . Church Group Meets At Lincoln U . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Penna . Church Group Meets At Lincoln U . The Avondale Cleric , composed of ‘ the heads of all churches , white and colored , in Kennett Square , Avondale , West Grove , Oxford , West Chester and ‘ smaller towns in this vicinity held their second meeting of the 1938-39 season at a luncheon in the Lincoln University Coffee Shop on Monday , November 7 . They were the guests of the professors of the Seminary of Lincoln , who are also members of the group . The Reverend Mr . C . E . Boraston , Pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Christiana , Pennsylvania , at that time presented a paper Ofl ‘ The Book of Revelation Reverend Mr . Lee V . Shane is president of the group , which is composed of about thirty-five members .
Pla yers Selected For " W orld Waits " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Pla yers Selected For W orld Waits CAST Captain Hartley , J . B . Randolph or L . Rayford ; Hawkins , E . Cannon ; Dr . McKensie , J . H . Payne ; Williams , G . K , Robinson ; Collins , J . C . Tracey or R . Koger or R , Nichols ; Heliman , A . L . Lanier ; Burroughs , C , Norwood or L . Rayford ; Brice , W . L . _Hamilton ; Kelly , W . I . Johnson ; Royce , J . Thomas or R . Koger ; Jenks , ‘ E . C . Robinson or J . C . Tracey ; Frensen , J . R . Coleman ; Donahue , C . D . Bonner ; MacGregor , W . Logan ; Johansen , A . Wilson or G . Newton or R . Nichols ; Radio Voice , F . H . Williams .
Beta Ka ppa Chi Induc ts Brock , And J . H . Nichols [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Beta Ka ppa Chi Induc ts Brock , And J . H . Nichols Bet a Kappa Chi , honorary scientific society , fo rmally admitted to its organization two new members , J . Harold Nichols and Vernon B . Brock , at the morning chapel service , Tuesday , October 25 . T’he certificates were awarded the new men by Charles D . Bonner , president of _the society . The morning devotions were led by Oliver _Beckwlth , corresponding secretary .
Attention Freshmen [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Attention Freshmen Because of its importance ‘ to members of the fresh . m ~ n class , especia lly , ~ the Lincolnian _i’s reprintin g , in par t , the following article which appeared in The Intercollegia te and Far Horizons for October , 1938 . It was written by Robert G . Andrus , Washington and Jefferson , ‘ 29 . The further one gets from the day of graduation the less does it seem to matter what fraternity he or whomever he mee ts belonged , or whether he belonged to any . This is true ‘ particularly of those who seem to continue grow th after college , though there are a few , stymied in an adolescen t pattern , fo r whom the ties of the old club are so tight that they think they own the shirt on your back . Be that as it may , most of us aren ’t think ’ing five or ten years ahead when on entering time-honored halls of Alma Mater as freshmen we _a’re faced with the question to join or not to join a fraternity . Mos’t of us are flattered to tearsi when campus bigshots flutter a...
" Old School" or " New School " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Old School or New School The day of the horse and wagon is passed . They ma ~ still be used in some occupations , but they have lost their former place as a means of travel and transportation . Modern vehicles attain speeds that these ancient things co uld never approach . Yes , their day is passed forever . In like manner must that ancient institution , the Old ‘ School , the crude school , ‘ pass ? Lincoln is growing ; a n ew era app r oaches ; a school , too , must keep pace with the times . Yet , regardless of its outmoded traits :, the Old SchoOl seems to be determined to ‘ hang on , to fig ht to keep its place . Its champions appeal ’ in the movies on Saturday and at dramatic productions with discourteous exclamations . They persist in the reign of the paddle , the submission of brain to brawn . They display their purpo ses in un tidy appearance and ‘ excessive rabbling . They vow to keep alive wha t they call the Old Lincoln . But there is a rapidly growing movement on the pa...
WAR POLL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
WAR POLL In cooperation with the editor of The ‘ Miami Student , the Mi ami University -publication , Oxfor d , Ohio , The Lincolnian submitted the following poll to the student body . The results are also given : 1 . Would you go to foreign soil to fight if the United States declared war ? Yes 14% . No 86% . 2 . Would you fight if the United States was invaded by a foreign power ? Yes 86% . No 14% . 3 . Do you believe the _United States will be able to keep out of a war in Europe ? Yes 51% . No 49% . 4 . What methods would you use if you wanted to avoid a draft ? Some would marry , change re ~ ldence , or conceal identity ; others would refuse to go , injure themselves , get arrested , leave the country . 5 . What country do you ‘ believe is mainly responsible for the present tension in Europe ? German y 75% ; Italy 16% ; England 9% . 6 . Would you object to your brother or any other near relative going to war ? Yes 65% . No 35% ~ 7 . Would you object to your sweetheart going to wa...
Scholarsh ip’ Stan din g [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Scholarsh ip’ Stan din g SENIOR _hONOR ME N cum laude Herman Perry Bailey , Herbert R _endall Cai n , Donald Flemister Davis , Courtenay Clio Elcock , Cyril Henderson Gaines , Thomas Nathaniel Jefferson , Talmadge Hall Pinkney , Milton Rose’ Palmer , Joseph Daniel _Roulhac , Frederick Samuel Rowland , Theodore Raymond Still , Warren _Coh n Taylor John Rendall Walker , David Hannibal Webster , Lloyd Miles Wright . HONO R M EN—193 7-38 Jun ior Class First Group—Charles Douglass Bonner , Arthur Leon Johnson , Jr ., Francis Nwia-kofi Nkruham , Second Group—John Wesley Alexander , John Oliver Beckwith , William Edward Griggs , Everett Augustus Hewlett , Joseph Jeffery Higgs , Lindsay Thompson Jackson , Abraham Leonidas Lanier , Thomas Brockholst Livingston , Jr ., Le Roy Patrick , William Henry Ransom , Elbert Crutcher Robinson , Charles Errington Simmons , Jr ., ‘ Harry Lee Thomas , Bernard Bruce Tilden , Martin Vin- ‘ cent Waters , Egbert Vincent Wiltshire . Sophomore Clas s First Grou...
The Football Plight [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
The Football Plight The Lincoln Lions have to date lost three football ga mes . Many reasons have been offered for these failures . One which is given most credence by the student body is that , ‘ on the field , the men do not cooperate as a team should . It is said that only certain , men have good passes t’hro wn to them ; others none , at all ; _tha’t only a few men get good blocking assistance . If these reports are true , the student body has a right to demand that its team cooperate with each other more Many side-line observers feel that the much-bandied phrase ’ getting a team that clicks has peculiar significa nce to Lincoln University . To para ’phrase an old maxim , A team divided against itself cannot ‘ stand . Individual gloi _’ y must be secondary to the interest of the body poli tic ; although organizations may be a part of one ’ s college life , they can not function independently of the institution .
Fraternity . News [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Fraternity . News -Beta Chapter of Omega’ Psi Phi Fraternity will sponsor its annual celebration of National Ne ~ ro Achievement Week between Novemger 8 and 13 . Following its customary pro ~ eedure , the fraternity will invite members from other ‘ fraternities on the campus to discuss the subject , The Negro in the Field of Journalism . Beta Chap ter ’ s observance of its silver anniversary will be this semester , In conjunction with this observance it will bring at least three speakers ‘ to the campus . Novem’ber 6 Nu Chapter of Alpha ‘ Phi Alpha observ ed . its twenty-sixth anniversary when it awarded the Theodore Milton Selden Memorial Medal to Paul Jackson , the sophomore who had maintained the highest average du ring his f r esh m an yea r , At Christmas the chapter will sponsor the dis tr ib ut ion of food an d clothi ng to n eedy fa m ilies in the vicinity of the University . The chap ter basketball team will travel to New York City , Philadelphia , and Baltimore this winter...
Brown Men Of India , Forum Topic [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Brown Men Of India , Forum Topic The Conversion of the brown _man of India to Christianity was the subject of an illustrated lecture by the Reverend Daniel B . Updegraff , A M ,, D . D ., who was presented ‘ by the University Forum Tuesday , November 1 , in the Mary Dod Brown Chapel , Leo Fields presided . The Forum , a student organization , which for the 1938-1939 season has _announced its intention of presenting speakers who have messages of particular importance to college Students . Dr . Updegraff presented discussions illustrated with slides and moving pictures , on Monday of last week , Dr . Updegraff , brother in law of the Reverend Mr . Samuel Dickey , Lincoln faculty member and grand nephew of Lincoln ’ s founder ) , has just returned from spending thirty years in ‘ Waparni , Western India , where he ‘ is a missionary of the Presbyterian Church , He is a graduate of Yale and the Princeton Theological Seminary . This is his third furlough from his duties to return to ‘ _the...