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Chapel Aud ience Moved By H . King [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Chapel Aud ience Moved By H . King On Sunday , October 16 , the students of Lincoln University were graced with two enlightening messages from the Reverend Herbert King , the National Secretary of the Youth Division of the Y , M , C , A . He delivered the Sunday morning sermon and spoke at the ‘ Y Forum at 6 : 00 P . M . The principal thought of his sermon was that we , as students in an institution of ‘ higher learning , have been brought with a great price by the gr eat sacrif i ce ‘ being made to enable us to get an education . These included parental sacrifices , N , Y . A , assistance , college endowments , donations , and scholarship s . The speaker challenged us to be true to our responsibilities , His address at the Forum dealt with the characteristics of foreign students as manifested in the Stude nt Christian co n fe r en ces which he attended ; he said that they seemed to be better versed in economic principles , more humble , patient with the democratic process , and mo ...
Dr . Hun ton Pion eer Y . M . C . A . Leader [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Dr . Hun ton Pion eer Y . M . C . A . Leader In t’he work of the Young Men ’ s Christian Association among the Negroes of the United States , ‘ the late Dr . William A . Hunton was a leader ; he was the fi rst secretary working among Negroes . He organized a branch of the Y , M , C . A , at Norfolk , Va ,, in 1888 . There has been , a steady ’ development in its services to that community over a pe riod of fifty years , There are branches in all of the large cities of the United States , where activities are concentrated ‘ in wellequipped buildings . Much work is done along the ‘ lines of community service and _recreation in small _towns and rural ‘ areas . Dr . Channing _. H . Tóbias _l _’ s ‘ the executive secretary of the national staff respo nsible for work among Negroes . The Semi-Centennial celebration includes a National Conferen ce to be held at Wash ington , D C ., on November 4-6 . Delegates are expected to attend this conference from all part s of the United States ,
SPEAKS TO STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
SPEAKS TO STUDENTS DR . THOMAS CLAYTON Friday evening , October 21 . the student body met in the Mary _Dod Mem or ia l Chapel , and was honored with the presence of a member of the alumni , Dr . Thomas D . Clayton of Coatesville . Dr . Clayton spoke of the feeling ~ f the Alumni toward the team . He said _t’hey were behind the team one hundred per cent , He _‘ _ilso stated that regardless of the result of the games the support of Lincoln _alum ni will continue as long as Lincoln stands . Gregory Newton , Russell Tracy , Andrew C . MacDonald , Cha r les Nelson , Theodore Still , an d Idel W . E . Taylor , instructor of psycholo gy ‘ and philosophy , also addressed the meeting .
Gettysburg For In itial Meeti ng [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Gettysburg For In itial Meeti ng Lincoln Journ eys To Monday , Octobe r 31 , the Y , M , C , A , sent a group to the Gettysburg College to attend an Intercolleg iate Fellowship . The representatives were Elbert C . Robinson , R oy Nichols , William L , Hamilton , and Jesse Gloster , The purpose of the meeting was to promote better contact between the races . Three of Lincol n ’ s delegates gave a short talk . Mr . Hamilton spoke on the subj ect : What Wc Consider the Majo r Challenge Facing College Students . Mr . Nichols , The Lincoln Christian Association , Mr . Gloster , Lincoln As An Institution .
ANNOUNCEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
ANNOUNCEMENT The Lin colnia n is desi r ous of receiving as much constructive material as possible from the student body . We ask you to co-operate by sending in as many articles as you desire so that we may give the fullest amount of expression possible .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
THE LINCOLNIAN Published by the students of Lincoln University bi -weekly , during school year Entered as second class matter at the Lincoln University Post Office , Lincoln University , Pennsylvania EDITORIAL STAFF _’ Edi tor- u i-Chief LeRoy Patrick Managing Editor Jesse Gloster Business Manager Jack C . Tracey Circulation Manager Joseph Woods Ralph Koger C . Warren Smith Albert Jones George Twine Roy Nichols _I ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION $1 . 00 Volume _VII November 9 , 1938 . Number 2
Griffith Stars As Hampton Hu mbles Lincoln U ., 20-6 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Griffith Stars As Hampton Hu mbles Lincoln U ., 20-6 Playing minus the services of several injured regulars , the hapless Lincoln Lions showed plenty of power in scoring once and threatening on many other occasions but were unable to produce the necessary scoring pLinch when it was needed most with the result that they suffered a 20-6 setback ~ dministere _cj by a yluck y Hampton eleven . Led by their star halfback and cap t ai n , Jimmy Griffn , the Pirates , though on the defensive throughout most of the contest , played aler t heads-up ball to take advantage of the breaks and score once in the first period and twice more in the final quarter . In the first pe r iod , Honey recovered a Hampton fumble on _tha Pirate ’s own 15 yard line . The Lions ’ stellar quarterback , Johnny Mack Brown , picked up three yards on an off-tackle slant , and on the next play Brown swept inside left tackle to cover the intervening twelve yards for the initial tally of the game . His try for the extra...
St . Paul Overthro ws Lincoln Lions , 19 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
St . Paul Overthro ws Lincoln Lions , 19 Beneath leaden skies on a ver ~ itable sea of mud a supposedly in ~ _ten or St . Paul broke into the win column for the fi rst time this season by upsetting the lamed Lincoln Lions for their third successive defeat of the current campai gn by a score of 19-0 . The surprising Tigers opened up with a sparkling aerial offensive that caught the Lincoln secondary napping to set up scores once in the first and again in the third quart er , their third toüchd 9 _wn resulting from an intercept ~ d pass in the fir al session . ,, Qriiy _ence during , th ~ entire , game did the Pen nsylvania Lions perform in an impressive manner , that being late in the fourth period when they held for downs on an occasion when the Tigers had first down and goal ‘ to go from the Lincoln three-yard ribbon , Throuout the game , the lineplay of the Lio n s , both offensively and defensively , was quite ragged , thus nullifying any cred’itable perfoi’mances rendered ‘ by t...
Howard Univ . And Footb all [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Howard Univ . And Footb all Rumor has it that Howard University is contemplating discontinuing football , Since 1933 foot- ‘ ball has taken a severe thrashing at the capital institution , Howard football teams have been humiliated with such monotonous consistency in the past four years that some individuals are crying a discontinuance of the sport , Seemingly all this is done without a reckoning ‘ by those responsi’ble . Poo r as Howard ’ s show . ng has been , other C , I . A . A . schools have suffered off yea r s , also . That is no reason for saying quits . Evidently there is more be’hind the scenes than is commonly known which is precipitating this acute situation at the Bison ’s lair . According to reports Howard ’ s football team went on strike in 1936 , before the annual Howard-Union game , beca u se no training table was forthcoming . The present situation was gaining momentum , and , in the past few weeks , it has reached its climax , apparently . Lincoln students , alumni...
Mor gan J inx Holds Lions [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Mor gan J inx Holds Lions Morgan College once again put the Indian sign on Lincoln . T’he men of Coach Hurt invaded the _doma’in of the Orange and Blue Saturday , Oct . 15 , and for the s&amp;venth consecu’tive time walked off with the Lion ’s pelt , The score was 21-0 . Lincoln held their own for the major part of the first half , and probably Morgan wouldn ’t have scored in this ‘ half , but for a freak kick three minutes before the end of the second quarter , Muggs Irvin punted from his own 40 . The ball went straigh’t up in the air , hit the ground and ‘ bounded back into Lion territory to the 25 yard ‘ line . In two plays , Reu’ben Smith , ‘ plowed’ t ’hrough the Lions ’ forward wall for a touchdown , The ki’ck for the extra ‘ point was good . A few minutes later the ‘ half ended . Before the spectators were well in their sea’ts at the beginning of the second half , Morgan blocked a punt and converted into a touchdown . Maceo Ryan converted the extra kick , making the s...
Homecom ing ’ Colorfu l With M ’ any Visitors [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Homecom ing ’ Colorfu l With M ’ any Visitors Sweeping up that winding road from all points north and south , through a riot of autumn colors came visitors to Lincoln for our Homecoming Game with Morgan College , It seemed to be a homecoming for the Morganites , too , what with the Béa xs sporting new satin togs and the pretty little co-eds , donning their friost colorf ul sport ensembles . , _,, ‘ ‘ _,,, ~~ yce Y ~ ou ~ g _and _~ , Y _Gosnell of _Baltimor e were strong rooters for Lincoln ; with May _Samuels , Jackie Johnson , and Sadie Webb holding forth from C’heyney , added a ‘ tri ple-threat to the stag line ; prese nt , also , among the Baltimoreans were the Everett Lanes , Dr . and Mrs . S _.. B . Hughes , the Ted Randolphs , the Cutie Browns , Hermoine Wharton , and Goug McDaniel , Mrs . Merrel Coston , wife of the Li ncoln coach , Laura Robinson , ‘ Mrs . Talmadge Hill and Mrs . Edward Hurt , wives of the Morgan coaches , President and Mrs . Dwight Holmes of Morgan College ...
Lincoln Topples Vir ginia Panthe rs [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Lincoln Topples Vir ginia Panthe rs ( Continued From Page 1 ) Charle ton , Union fullback , on the Panthers ’ own 9 . The Virgini ans braced to take the ball on _downa , A short pass and three powerful running plays yielded 16 y ar ds fo r the Unioni tes , ‘ but Williams intercepted one of their aerials on the Union 22 . However , the ball changed hand s on another intercepted pass and was run right back to the ~ 2 by Campbell . A fourth interception occ urr ed when MacDo n ald snared an aerial and was brought down on the Union 25 . MacDonald coin- ‘ pleted a 7 yard toss to Irvin as hos tilities were terminated , Va . Unio n U . Lincoln U . Brown ... ... L , E . , , , _Talioierro I . Fraser .. .. L . T , .. ., Gil more Phanelson ,.. L . G ,,., ,, . K . Lee Wright . ... .. C . ..... Beck wi th _Pettres . ... .. R G , ...,, , Norris L . Jackson .. R , T , .,, , S . Brown G . Fraser , .. RE ,., ... Honey Campbell ... Q , B . .. MacDonal d Cooper .. .... L , H , . ,,, , Beverly ‘ Dall ,...
SCHOOL CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
SCHOOL CALENDAR November 1 1—Chapel exercises will concentrate on topic : Demonstration for Peace , Studen ts will _discuss various phases of the topic , November 11-13—Annual LincolnHoward Christian conference ‘ at Howard University under t’he sponsorship of the Y . M . C . A . Decem ; ber 1 1—Visiting minister will be Dean B . E . Mays from the Howard Universit y School of Religion . November 12—Mo v i e s : The Amazing Dr . Cli’tterhouse . The Omega Psi’ Phi , Alpha Phi Alpha and Phi Bet a Sigma fraternities will have special educational programs in chapel during November and December , Substitutions : Lincoln — Harris , Lewis , Carroll , Dorsey , MacDonald , L . Harris , H . Norris , Beverly , King , Gilmore , R . Williams , P ~ Williams . St . Paul— ~ Matney , E , Jo n es , Mosley , Shaw , Brame , J . Jones , Branch , ‘ Washing ton , Referee—J , W . Cotton . Umpire , A . W . Overby . Linesman—G . W . Williams .
Howard H igh Humbles J . V . ’ s [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Howard H igh Humbles J . V . ’ s A gallant but unsuccessful Lincoin Junior Varsity squad tumbled to defeat on their home field Friday , October 14 , at’ the hands of a , , spi rited Howard Hi cl ub from Wilmington , Delaware . The fi nal score was 12-0 in ‘ favor of _t’he visitors , The game , interesting all the way , was not lacking in thrills . The star of the Antelopes was James Robinson , wh o made hi s presence felt throughout the game by his impressive running and punting , The Antelopes scored in the second period but it was not counted , due to an off-side penalty , Howard Hi scored through _~ ; hc line and on an end run , Credit must be given to the Antelopes ’ li ne in ‘ their defensive work . However the Junior Varsity is not downhearted and ‘ their past ‘ defeat has served as an incentive to spur them on to victory in the coming battles ,
Wash ( Tubs ) Rooms For L .-A .-Cresson [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Wash ( Tubs ) Rooms For L .-A .-Cresson Residents of _Lincoln-Ashmun and Cresson halls have something to ‘ be happy about : they will not have to lug their personal laundry from one end of the campus to the other to find a washtu’b ! The installation of washrooms in these dormitories is completed . Credit is due , the 1937-1938 Student ‘ Council for recommending this step . Since students will no longer need to use the wash-bowls for laundering purposes , dormitory sanitation will be improved . Small rooms have been built in the basement of the buildings , in which the tub s are being placed ; each tub having two compartments ; on one side of each set of tubs is a ‘ stationary wash-board , This eliminates the need of individual wash-boards .
CHAPEL SPEAKER [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
CHAPEL SPEAKER The Reverend Mr . Shelby R ooks , pastor of the Nazarene Con grega tional Ch ur ch , Brooklyn , New York , Lincoln ‘ 28 , was the guest speaker in the Chapel , Sunday , October 9 . He spoke on Beware of Idealism , He led ‘ the Y . M . C . A . Forum later in the evening at the Chapel ,
Negro Ins ight Amazing Accord ing To A . Rutled ge In Atlantic Monthl y [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 9 November 1938
Negro Ins ight Amazing Accord ing To A . Rutled ge In Atlantic Monthl y Lincoln U . Auxiliar y Donat es $50 CINDER STOMP Black America was given another ‘ bouquet of the Saturday Evening Post variety , in the Atlantic Monthly for September , 1938 , when Archibald Rutledge , in true stereot ~ pe style , viewed the Negro with rare insight , He finds that the Negro has an ascent of spirit sufficient to make him see certain of the fundamental truths of life ; to make him steadfast in affliction , courageous in pain , stoical in cruel suffering . What are these fundamental truths ? They seem to be , first , sense enough to know that ‘ Hanna is stronger than the storm ; ’ Hanna , sayse the author is a pure African word , personifying the sun , We accept ‘ his defini Mrs . Leonia Dorsey , secretary of the National Women ’ s Auxiliary of the Lincoln University Alumni , informed The Lincolnian ‘ that this group had donated fifty dollars to the Cresson Hall recreation room . The , ‘ group fel...