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Lincoln Boxer s , And Wrestlers Down Sta ie 6-1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Lincoln Boxer s , And Wrestlers Down Sta ie 6-1 The Lion ’s boxing and wrestling teams threw punches and twisted bodies , on the eve of February 14 , to stop the stubborn Trojan teams with a single victory . Thrills were not wanting in this contest ; it opened with a foot boxing match between Sizemore of State and Holland , Lincoln ’s 155 lbs . of dy namite . Holland battered his way ‘ to the decision in the third round . In the first of the wrestling matches , Scha ncks picked up his oppone nt , Bussey of State , and pinned him in 2 _’ll , Not to be outdone , Murray followed Schancks to punch his way to victory over Taylor of State , After him came Eel Weber who did the expected ; he pinned Seldon ( State ) in l’ 25 , Then Harris , of Lincoln , tasting the blood drawn from his lips by Jones ( State ) , kayoed his victim in the third round , Allison , of cou rse , pinned his man , Coleman ( State ); time 2 ’ 3 . The final bout between Williams ( Lincoln ) and Jackson ( State ) , 175...
Mor gan Beats Lincoln 45 _. 38 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Mor gan Beats Lincoln 45 _. 38 In a ‘ hotly-contested , nip and tuck affair , Morgan ’ s redoubtable Bears nosed out the fighting Lincoln Lions to the tune of 45 to 38 in Philadelp hia on February 10 . The fray was closely played and fast-moving throughout with the Lions getting off to their usual fine start and matching the moreexperienced Baltimoreans , basket for basket . The first half ended with the score knotted 21 all . The second period saw the inspired Bears move out in front by a small margin and maintain it zealously throughout , A late L’ion spurt was smothered and the Morganites went on to pile up a point lead and win going away . The Lions were slightly crippled by the absence from the lineup of Bolden , stellar guard . Young and Gloster shared the scoring _hnnnrs .
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Lincoln Beats Va . State 56-47 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Lincoln Beats Va . State 56-47 In a closely-p layed , thrill-pack-ed game , Lincoln ’ s Lions returned to their winning ways by dealing out a 56-47 thrashing to Va , State ’s Champion Trojans , February 14 , In their first appearance in a C , I . A , A . contest at home , and their first C . I . A , A . victory of the current season , the Lincolnites turned on the heat early in the game , and taking advantage of
Professor Williams Traces Development Of Moth For Entomolo gical S ó ciety [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Professor Williams Traces Development Of Moth For Entomolo gical S ó ciety Accorded Courteous Treat ment By Group At Richmond Meeting 9 Million Negroes Denied Equal ity States NAACP There appeared , in the _ Lincolnian , about three months ago , an article about the _reiearch work in Biology t one by Professor Joseph LeRoy ‘ Williams ; recently The Journal and Guide , and Afro-American carried accounts of his latest achievement . On the 28 th of December , 1938 , the Entomological Society of America met at Richmond , Va . Many scientists and research workers presented some of the recent developments in Biology ; among In the United States approx im’ate ly 9 , 000 , 000 Negroes in 19 states ‘ and the District of Columbia are denied the opportunity of sha ’ring equally with whites in the distribution of federal , state , county , and municipal funds for education , according to a pamphlet issued by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored ‘ People . The twenty-four page...
Syphilis Surve y _, du cted Among Co ~ 1 ége _ student s Seek To Get Institution s To Make Routine Tests [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Syphilis Surve y _, du cted Among Co ~ 1 ége _ student s Seek To Get Institution s To Make Routine Tests Syphilis , control an ~ _eçlucation in Am _~ ’ rkah _’ colleges is a real ~ rob _1 _em _, _ l ~ r . Raymond A . yonderlehr _, Assistant Surgeon General in charge _of the DWision of _Venereal Diseases , United States Public Health Service , told ‘ the annual meeting of the American ‘ Student Health Association at the Hotel New Yorker in New Yory City this week . In Dr . Vonder lehr ’ s opinion , this _problen’ii can ‘ best be solved by a concerted cooperative effort of college physicians , students , and the States . Dr . Vonder lehr drew att ention to the recently-published Stud y of Syphilis in American Colleges by staff members of the Division of Venereal Diseases of the United States Public Health Service , and pointed out that on the basis of 78 , 388 blood tests , the largest sample yet taken among college students , the prevalence of syphilis among white college students is...
Work ~ On " Lion " Progressing [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Work ~ On Lion Progressing In an interview with Kenneth Dodson , Editor -in-Chief of The Lion , class of ‘ 1939 Year Book , it was learned that every class will be well represented in the book although most emphasis will ‘ be placed on the seniors . The book would sell for $2 . 00 to underclassmen ; any one securing an add advertisement will receive 10 per cent of the fee . Ad-ver-tisernent will cost $ 20 a full page , $ 10 a half-page , $ 5 a quar-ter-p a’ge , $2 . 50 an eighth-page and $1 . 00 ‘ for compliments . There will be a page devoted solely to signatures , the cost being ten cents per signature . Pictures of the seniors will be more on the order of in formal poses . Anyone having any photos to submit concerning some phase of campus life , will be paid for them _If they are , accepted ; candid shots are especially solicited . The book will be the standard size , 7 % x 10 ~~ . Personnel of th eyearbook are : Editor-in-Chief , Kenneth S . Dodson . Associate Editors , Walter _...
Beta Chapter Of Omega Psi Phi Elects Officers [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Beta Chapter Of Omega Psi Phi Elects Officers John Wesley Thomas heads the new administration of Beta Chapter , Omega Psi Phi Fraternity ; he succeeded Walter I . Johnson as Basileus at a recent Fraternity election . Other officers elected include : James H . _Bohannon as Vice - Basileus , filling John Thomas ’ previous position ; James E . Johnson , Keeper of Records and Seals , replacing Frederick Aden ; and Frederic Bryant , Keep er of Finances , after I . Gregory Newton . Perry Honey , Theodore Bolden , and Oswald Hoeffler were elected to ‘ the office of Keep er of Peac e , Editor to the Oracle and Director of Publicity and Chaplain , respectively . The new ‘ administration , ‘ immediately installed , pledged itself to make this year , in celebrating Beta ’ s twenty-fIfth Anniversary , another milestone in the history of the fraternity .
For Newberr y Grant [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
For Newberr y Grant Examinations Given Semina ry Students Recently four Lincoln University Seminary students were permitted to take competitive comprehensive examinations in Greek New Testament , Church History and Systematic Theology ; each a separate examination . The examinations were sponsored by the Board of Education at the Presbyterian Church , and were open to Presbyterians only , They are made possible through the Newberry Scholarship fund and enables the winner to undertake a year of gradu’ate study in an institution of his own choice , Each year the examination is given _. at a different Presbyterian Seminary following a systematic cycle . ’ It was given at Lincoln in 1924 , at which time it was won by Martin Luther Bethel . Mr . Bethel selected Princeton , where he received his doctorate .
Spanish War Is Not Over Says Lincoln Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Spanish War Is Not Over Says Lincoln Speaker Miss Thyra Edwards , Field Representative of the North American Committee on Aid to Spanirh Democracy told the assembled student body of Lincoln University that the Spanish war was not over . She stressed the importance of rushing aid to the Loyalist government immediately as every delay means a set-back for the government forces . Although the Spanish war is bem g fought in Spain , it is a test case for democracy and the defeat of the fascist forces means a victory for democracy , the said . Miss Edwards’ visit on January 31 gave impetus to the formation of the Campus Chest Committee ; its program includes aid to the North American Committee .
Poor Sound Stops Saturda y Movies [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Poor Sound Stops Saturda y Movies Bad sound reproduction and blurred screen images made it necessary to discontinue the showing of motion pictures thre ~ weeks ago . On February 3 two R . C . A . engineers made a thorough examination of the equipment ; they ran through a film , first using our equipmen , then theirs , and , finally , interconnecting parts of each . They are to submit their findings in writing . Probable repairs will include a new adjustable amplifier ; padding of at least one of the end wall’s of the gymnasium with some sort of composition ‘ material ; and coverm g the ceiling with burlap . it is expected that . these repairs will be completed by March 4 .
104 Students Lose Credits Due To Cuts [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
104 Students Lose Credits Due To Cuts At the end of the last semester of 1937- ’ 38 , 104 student s suffered reduction of credits as a result of excessive cutting of classes . At the end of the first semester , 1938- ’ 39 , the records showed an improvement of a’bout 50 per cent in class attendance . , However , fifty students were excessively ‘ and inexcusable absent for the past semester of 1938-39 . In spite of this comparative improvement , there is need fpr still further reduction- _. _of cuts : _‘ The Committee on Absences will enforce rigidly the ruling that students who exceed the allotted number of cuts must lose some credits for the course .
Al Smith Guest A . i Lincoln Ban quet In New York [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Al Smith Guest A . i Lincoln Ban quet In New York Alf red E . Smith , former Governor of New York , was guest speaker at a dinner given in the interests of Lincoln University at the Empire State building , Wednesday afternoon , February 1 , by 3 . Frederic Talcott , trustee . In addition to members of the faculty , there was present , also , Drs . Walter H . Brooks (‘ 72 ) , and Solomon P . Hood (‘ 73 ) . Dean George Johnson represented President Walter L . Wright who was confined in the Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore with an attack of the grippe .
Swarthmore Prof . Speaks To _Seniors [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Swarthmore Prof . Speaks To _Seniors A unique feature , in the visit of Professor ‘ Patrick M . Malin to our campus Sunday , February 5 , _ was the round table discussion ‘ which was held in the Refectory after dinner . Professor Maim was guest speaker at the morning chapel services . His candid answers to both student and faculty ’ queries regarding matters of social significance won the admiration of his audience . Professor Maim is a member of the Department of Economics at Swarthmore College . ‘ He was accompanied by Mrs . Maim .
Seek To Compl ete Athletic Field [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Seek To Compl ete Athletic Field Reports from the Business Office indicate that an attempt will be made _tc _. con ~ pIete _, the quarter - mile track this y _~ aar . Work on this project stopped when the $ 8000 allotment for the athletic field was exhausted ; at that time the field ‘ had only been laid out and graded . The present plan calls for an additional expenditure of $3200 ; it will embody , first , the completion of the track , the 120 yard straight away being on the northside of the field , and , second , the sewing of sod on the middle graded portion .
Dean Wilson Attend s Committee Meeti ng Of Student Gr oup [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
Dean Wilson Attend s Committee Meeti ng Of Student Gr oup Recently Dean Frank T . Wilson attended a meeting of the National Committee of the Student Christian Movement in New York City . This inter-racial organization ‘ dealt with the problems of the local students groups in the colleges and universities of the United States . The prime objective of the meeting was to provide funds to finance a staff of travelling secretaries . Herbert King is the only Negro member of the traveling staff at present .
State School Inspectors Visit Village School [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
State School Inspectors Visit Village School Inspectors from the ‘ Department of Labor and Industry paid a visit to’ the Lincoln University Village , school Monday , January 9 . After their inspection the men , John J . Byrne , Philadelphia , and S . Paul McManiara , Coatesville , called on the editor-in-chief of The Lincolnian , LeRoy Patrick , in reference to hi’s letter of complaint to the Department . _T’hey noted the fairness of the ‘ complaint and thanked The ‘ Lincolnian for its interest in the matter .
SEMINARY CELE BRATES BROTHERHOOD WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
SEMINARY CELE BRATES BROTHERHOOD WEEK In celebration of National Brotherhood Week , the Theological Seminary of Lincoln University sponsored a program in the chapel on Tuesday , February 21 . Symbolizing the brotherhood of all peoples , Dean Frank T . Wilson , Max Birkovitz , a merchant of Oxford , Pa ., and A . K . Disu , a freshman , spoke for Protestants , Jews , and Moslems , respectively .
SENIOR CLASS NE WS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 March 1939
SENIOR CLASS NE WS Work on The Lion is progressing ; the literary editors are assemblin’g data to write the personal notes of the members . The Collegiate Division of the Classic Press Association , Charlestown , West Virginia , has offered to publish the pictures and some biographical material in its Annual of Negro Progress .