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Silver J ubilee Celebrated fly Omega Psi Phi [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Silver J ubilee Celebrated fly Omega Psi Phi Omega Glee Club of New York Presen ted In Chapel Professor Josep h William Professor Williams is a member of the Entomological Society of America which held its 33 rd annual meeting at Richmond , Virginia , in December , 1938 . He has been nominated for membership in the American Entomological Society which celebrated _its 81 st anniversary on the fourth Thursday in February , 1939 . He is also a member of the Association for the Advancement of Science . For an ‘ account of his address before the . Entomological Society of America , see page 4 . Program Beta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity observed its twentyfifth anniversary with a series of Chapel programs during the week of February 20 . On Tuesday , February 21 , La Lenus Hutchins gave a brief history of Beta Chapter . Wednesday morning Dr . Arthur J . Cooper , one of the founders of the fraternity , said that Greek letter organizations must meet the rapidly changing social order ...
New Chan ges In Catalo gue Six Hour s In Social Science T ~ Be Required For [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
New Chan ges In Catalo gue Six Hour s In Social Science T ~ Be Required For Graduation Notable changes in the new University catalogue , scheduled to appear within a month , affect chiefly the ck ~ s of ‘ 42 . Instead of the usual thirty semester hours required for sophomore standing , beginning with this class , twentyseven hours will be recognized as sufficient for second-year classification . This new ruling , however , does not alter the requirement of 124 semester hours necessary for graduation , It will , nevertheless , necessitate an approximate yearly accumulation of thiry-three semester • hours subsequent to the freshman year . There may . be a sudden rush to the Psychology and Logic classes when this change becomes generally known—namely , that the six hours in a physical science formerly required for graduation can be earned in Biology , Chemistry , Physics , Psychology , or Logic . Another requirement for grad- ~ _tiation — six hours in a Social _Science—has also been ad...
Dramatic Club Pre pares For Sprin g _ Pro gram To Present " The World Wai ts" At Hampton . And Virginia State College [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Dramatic Club Pre pares For Sprin g _ Pro gram To Present The World Wai ts At Hampton . And Virginia State College Under the direction of Professor Joseph Newton , the Lincoln University Players are ‘ rehearsing three one-act plays , which are to be presented on the campus in the near future . The three plays now in the process of production are : Transit , Singing Piedmont , and A Question of Principle . Transit , written by Philip Stevenson , is descriptive of life _in ~ the Bowery , of New York City , with most of the action taking place in a fl op house , operating under the sophIsticated name of Hotel Raleigh . Singing Piedmont , by Anthony Buttitta , gives a thumb-nail sketch of Negro life in the tobacco manufacturing village of Piedmont , in North Carolina . A Question of Principle , a satiric comedy on modern society , was written by Martin Flavin . The players are also preparing for their trip to Hampton and Virginia State March 20 and 21 respectively . They will present , ...
Debaters To Oppose Aibright College To Meet Lebanon Valley In Radio Debate Ma rch 17 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Debaters To Oppose Aibright College To Meet Lebanon Valley In Radio Debate Ma rch 17 By upholding the affirmative of the question : Resolved : That the United States should adopt a policy of isolation toward all nations involved in international or civil conflict outside the Western Hemisphere , the Lincoln University Debaters will open their season , March 3 , with _Albright College , Reading , Pennsylvania ; _th e debate will be held before one of the Readin g high schools . The Lincoln debaters will also send two representatives to the debating convention which will be held at Pennsylvania State College March 16 to 18 . A radio debate , over station WKBO in Harrisburg , with Lebanon Valley College will be held Friday , March 17 , at 7 p . m . The question is : Resolved : That the United States should cease to use public funds , including credit , to stimulate late business . Virginia State Colelge is scheduled to debate at Lincoln • on March 24 ; Lincoln will debate at . Virginia...
Okeda l , Erwin Win Ka pp a Orator y Prizes [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Okeda l , Erwin Win Ka pp a Orator y Prizes Winner of first prize in the annual freshman oratorical contest , sponsored by the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity , Epsilon chapter , was Charles Okedas , who entered Lincoln the second semester ; his su _: bject was The Forgotten History . Second prize winner was Howard L . Erwin who spoke on Government , Bicameral or Unicameral , The contest was held Monday evening , February 13 , in the Mary Dod Brown Chapel . G . James Fleming , editor of the Kappa Alpha Psi Journal , presented the awards the following morning at the regular chapel exercises . A ‘ gold loving cup was given to the first prize winner ; to the second prize winner was given a gold medal . Mr . Fleming prefaced his presentation with a short talk in which ‘ he pointed out the values which may be derived from fraternities both during and after college . . Other contestants were : _‘ Richard Willis , Jr ., George Crowder , M . Paul Washington , C . Rendall Hooe , Harvey J . Campbe...
New School Year Promises New Professors [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
New School Year Promises New Professors The coming of the fall semester promises to bring to Lincoln three new professors . In the Seminary two are needed , one to replace the late Dean of the Seminary , Dr . Ridgely , and the other fill the chair of English Bible , vacant since the retirement of the Revtrend Samuel C . Hodge . In the college at least one will be needed to replace Professor Robert M . Labaree , who is to retire as head of the Department of Sociology . The names of the men who are likely to fill these vacancies have not yet been disclosed . According to Dean George Johnson several men are being considered but the selection has not been made . It is the plan of the administration to make the Seminary a true graduate school . If such a plan does go into effect , no student will be admitted unless he has completed four years of undergraduate work , and has a degree from an accredited college .
Hamilton Speaks At Hood College [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Hamilton Speaks At Hood College On Monday , February 13 , Lincoln University was represented by William L . Hamilton , president of the Y . M . C . A ., at an interracial discussion held at Hood College , Frederick , Maryland . Mr . Hamilton , who was the speaker for the occasion , discussed The Negro and Education . The volley of pertinent questions that were fired at him upon the close of his talk indicated that the students of Hood College possessed a warm interest in the race problem . Mr . Hamilton was also a delegate to the World Day of Prayer meeting held in Mitten Hall , Philadelphia , Thursday , February 23 .
Student Coun cil To Open Meetin gs To Studen t Body [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Student Coun cil To Open Meetin gs To Studen t Body In the future members of the student body will be permitted to attend the meetings of the Student Council ; they may also petition for the admittance of appropriate questions in the open forums to be sponsored by the Council . The information comes from the president of the Student Council , Elbert C . Robinson . Mr . Robinson expressed regret that the student body has failed to cooperate with the Council in its effort to dignify campus life by having the students dress for the evening meal .
Dr . Pr iest In [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Dr . Pr iest In Forum Lectur e Dr . George M . Priest , professor of German language and literature at Princeton University gave a vivid first hand acc ~~ nt of conditions in contemporary Germany Friday night , February 17 in the Rendall hail assembly room . His lecture was sponsored by the University Forum . Dr . Priest reviewed the growth of the Nazi party in post-war Germany ; he cited some of its accoinplishments since it ca ne into power in 1933 ; in closing he suggested some developments which may be expected in the future in Germany . Because of his extensive travels
Male Chorus In New York Recital [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Male Chorus In New York Recital The Lincoln University Male Chorus will make its first pre-tour appearance on March 4 , 1939 in Plainfield , New Jersey . The chorus will spend the night there and proceed to New York the following morning to again appear in a recital at 3 : 00 p . m ,, at the Renaissance Casino , 7 th Avenue &amp; 138 th St ., New York City , under the auspices of a nurse ’ s sorority . The Annual Lawn Fete and Prom have been scheduled for May 6 ; committees have been appointed and are working on their assignments .
Professor J . N . Hill Speaks At J . C . Smith [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Professor J . N . Hill Speaks At J . C . Smith Professor J . Newton Hill delivered an address atthe Southeastern Conference of Teachers of English , on March 1 , at Johnson C . Smith . University . His subject was Gladly Learn and Gladly Teach . The conference was held under the auspices of the Board of Christian Education of the Presbyterian Church , U . S . A ., and the American Missionary Association . in Germany throughout the period of its political change , Dr . Priest came to know both the country and the people .
No Junior Prom ? [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
No Junior Prom ? Present indications are that there will be no Junior Prom this year . Although scheduled tentatively for March 31 , the officers report that the Juniors are manifesting little interest in the affair ; so far they have not responded to the calls for class meetings , This growing lack of interest in the Junior Prom may be explained by the fact that most of the men participate in at least one fraternity dance , as well as the Glee Club Prom during the Sprir ~ g ; these affairs have claimed more and more interest in recent years .
Campus Chest Comm Disburses Funds [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Campus Chest Comm Disburses Funds To date the campus chest corn- ~~ ittee has collected $140 . The committee has disbursed this fund as follows : $40 . 00 to the Committee on Economic and Racial Jus- ~ tice ; $30 . 00 to the International Committee on African Affairs ; $ 25 to the North American Committee to Aid Spanish Democracy ; $25 . 00 to the Intercollegiate Committee for Aid to Student Refugees ; $20 . 00 to the Far Eastern Student Emergency Fund .
John B . Thompso n Presented In Lecture [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
John B . Thompso n Presented In Lecture On Tuesday night , February _1 , the University Forum sponsored the appearance of the Reverend John B . Thompson , Ph . D ., in the chapel ; Dr . Thompson spoke _ot ~ The Perils of Running in Neutral , He is pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at Norman , Oklahoma , and professor of philosophy at the University of Okiahorn a .
To Pocono Meet ing [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
To Pocono Meet ing Y To Send Delegat es Two delegates will represent Lincoln University at the Student Christian Movement Conference during the week-end of March 3 _; they are Elbert C . Robinson and Roy Nichols , The conference will be held in the Pocono Mountains at Buck Hill Falls , Pennsylvania . The Y . M . C . A . contributed to a part of the expenses of the delegates .
Committee Adds Three Students [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Committee Adds Three Students Enterta inment To permit students to participate in the selection of motion pictures , the University Entertainment Committee has increased its personnel by the addition of three students ; two seniors and one junior . The âeniors are : Charles D _. Bonner and Oliver Beckwith .