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idME L ~ TALIAFER RO ‘ Capta in 1938-39 Football Beta Kappa Chi ln First Convention : " , , ‘ c ’ _,, " ’" ;’ ‘ _: "" , _ti ‘ _: _; _: ~~ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
MEL TALIAFERRO Captain 1938-39 Football Beta Kappa Chi ln First Convention Group Meets at Morgan College April 21, 22 The year 1922 was an auspicious one at Lincoln University for it marked the beginning of what was to become a national honorary scientific society among Negro collegiate circles. The movement spread to other colleges and universities until the organization, known as Beta Kappa Chi, has founded seven other chapters situated at Morgan, Howard, Virginia Union, Virginia State, West Virginia State, Johnson C. Smith, and Lincoln University, Mo. Then in 1928, efforts of the mother chapter at Lincoln to be incorporated by the state of Pennsylvania were successful However , as the control of the organization passed from year to year into various students' hands, it was inevitable that at some time this control would be lax and the organization suffer. This period came during the years 1934 to 1937 and the society nearly perished . It was the aim therefore of the present membe...
A 1 pI ~ _as _, ‘ Present N . Y . ~ . th ~ ad _Iii Cbapé 1 ~ Prô ~ ram [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
A 1 pI ~ _as _, ‘ Present N . Y . ~ . th ~ ad _Iii Cbapé 1 ~ Prô ~ ram In Little ‘ Theatre ‘ _, ~ _Large _Crowd _’Attendi Dance _Ainidst ’ the’ ‘ _cOlorfulH ‘ _sui ~ roundingSOf black and gold d ~ corationè , C _ NU _’ ~ _eha ~ _tar ‘ of The Alpha _‘}‘ _i _~ i ~ dpha’F _ _raternity gave its ‘ AnnOal’tSpring _;? _Frollc ’ in the Little _‘ _Tnea’lre ; _’ _‘ Saturday ’ night , May 20 _TI ~ e müsic ’ was’ furnished ‘ by The ‘ Duke ~~ _OrOhèStra of Philadelphia . ‘ _MItlam : Hutchinson appeared as _fèatured ~ vocalist : with the orchesti ~ a ) ’ ~ _PtesCn’t _~ Ot the affair were appro _, _diátely ’ three ‘ hundred guest ’ _s’ _fromt New York , ‘ Philadelph ~ a _, ’ ‘ New ; ‘ . ;‘ Jersey ,, _. Baltimore , Washington , _. Massachusetts’ and _Connectieht . The ’ refreshing odor of the dogwood _: blossoms filled the ‘ hall and gave : an _,: added touch of spring . A checkerboard design’ of black and gold streamers gave a new note to decorations ‘ at ‘ Lincoln University . : On ‘ Sunday ‘ aft...
LeRoy Patrick , Chas . Bonner to Give , Salutatory , Valedictory Addresses [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
LeRoy Patrick , Chas . Bonner to Give , Salutatory , Valedictory Addresses Glee Club Holds _. Annual Festiva l By vote of the Lincoln University faculty April 12 the Valedic- ‘ tory honor ‘ for t’he class of 1939 has been assigned ‘ to Charles Bonner of New Bedford , Massachusetts . LeRoy ~ Patrick will deliver the salutatory address . In addition to main ’taining a first group average , Mr . Bonner is active in extra curricular activities . He is president of the Lincoln University Male Chorus , Beta Kappa Chi Honorary Scientific Society , an 4 Phi Kappa Epsilon Honorary , Literary and Scholastic Fraternity ; ‘ he Is a member of the Lincoln ‘ University Players , the Cresson Hall : Dormitory , Council , the Lincolnian staff , and _Aiphi Phi Alpha , ~ raternity . , ‘ . Mr . Pitrick Is _editOrof the Uncolnian , Business Manager ‘ Of the _LinèOln _UñivOrsity Players ,: Ex ~ _ecutiv , _O Secretary of the ~ _LIncoln Unh ~ _ersity _DObators ,, a member of ’ Phi ~ appQ Epsilon and ~ A ~ p...
Lincoln To Have Faculty Additions Brud Holland Will Assist Coach Rivero [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Lincoln To Have Faculty Additions Brud Holland Will Assist Coach Rivero There will ‘ be four additions to the faculty ‘ at the beginning of the ensuing academic year . The Reverend Stephen M . Reynolds has been appointed to the chair left vacant by the death of Dean Frank H . Ridgely . He is . a graduate of Miami University , Oxford , Ohio ; he received ‘ his seminary training at the Princeton TheOlogical Seminary from which he received • his Th . B . degree In 1934 ; his M . ’ A . in ‘ 1938 ; and ~ his Ph . D . as of ’ June , ’ 1939 , in the Sen ~ itic Languages ~ ‘ He will teach ’ Old ’ _Teitainent _• _’ Languages and Literatures . ’ ‘ ~ ~~~~~~~~~ H _~ _j ~ Froth . ~ } _Brook 1 yn _,, _j _Név _. _r York , _will _cOme the _Reverehd Shelby A Rà ’ OI _~~ . to _, ~ _take oVe ~~ thç professor- ~ _hip ~~ h ~ English _. _Bi ~ ie _. ~ ERever ~ n 4 _~ iooks is a Lincoln _alumjuj ~ ( 1928 ) _~ lnd a ~ gra ~ trate of _Uni ~~ Theo ~ ogi cal ~ Seminary ( 1934 _)’ , he will re , ceive an M A fr...
Prof _. LeRoy Williams _~ Y _‘ ~~ Leaves For En g land _I _‘ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Prof _. LeRoy Williams _~ Y _‘ ~~ Leaves For En g land _I _‘ ~ ‘ _~ ‘ _‘ ~~ j ~ ~~~~~~ _. . _‘ _. , _, _, T _o _, Study _lfl Southam pton • _. _‘ _, _: ‘ _‘‘ ~ i _’i _‘ _~ I ~ ~~~~~~~ _‘ ‘ _, A fe ~~~~ _eeks ago Professor , Joa ~ _pb _~ i _. _py _. _IPams . sailed , for _ECgian cqn _~ in ~ e , his work in the field of the biological sciences . Thus h ~ e ~ te _~ e ~ _, upon . a , new , phase of hi ~ _1 s _~ qdy which began as the _resuh ~ of ~ ob ~ _erving the insects in ~ h _~~ , _ae _1 _~ nce _, _, ; l ~ _boratory . , Various _disooy ~ eries _, _1 ~ deed have been pro ~~~~~~~~~~ _re ~ u _1 t _‘ df ‘ simple obser ~ atioi _! s _, ~ ! o ~ example , several ~ undr ~~ yéars ago , Sir Isaac New- ,, ~~ ‘ _se ~ _vli ~ g an apple , falling _. _‘ fr _àii ’ a _’ _. _trëe ~ _towCrds the earth , ~ 4 _: rn ~~~~~ ’ _,, ~ he _. _~ iepry of gravitatj _oib : _~ : ‘ _Similarly , George Watts , obsèrving j _~ that J he steam in a boiling kétt _! _~~ _fhrew he lid ‘ oft , invented the steam engine _Ii...
Chief Executive To Appear At Lincoln [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Chief Executive To Appear At Lincoln Governor Arthur H . James _ait ~ I Reverend Palfrey Perkins will speak at the Commencement , eXercise of Lincoln University , Tuesday afternoon , June ‘ 8 , 1939 . _According ’ to President ’ ‘ Wrigh ~ t this is t’he . first time in the history Of the institution th at the Chief Executive of the State will appear at the Commencement exercises . ‘ The invitation ’ to ‘ dovernbr James to speak at Lincoln was presented through E . Washington Rhodes , Republican State Representative , from Philadelphia ., Mr . Rhodes is an _alumni _. _~~~ pf _this school . , ‘ . ‘ _, ‘ In order to permit the Gov ~ èrnor to get here after _spéOkiñg _. ‘ aV 1 t ~ e Chester Military _‘ College _in’t _he morning , the .: exercises’’ wi 1 l ~~ be held ‘ at two o ’ clock in _,. the ~ afternoon . The Chief _Executivè _. _~ . _wIIl be accompanied by members of his staff ~ nd ‘ will be é ~~ _orté&amp;by a ‘ detachment of the State _Hlgh ~ . way Patrol . , _, , _‘ _, •...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
ed effect on the life processes of these organisms . At the same time , he staz ~ ted other Oxperiments _On tent caterpillars and Ephestia moths . He was especiall ~ _interested in the egg laying habits of the • Malãcosoma americana ( tent caterpillar moth ) . Later his important work on Ephestia , which was presented for his Master ’ s Thesis , February , 1937 , was published in the Entomological News . This actually focused _~ the eyes of many Entomologists and Biologists throughout the country on his work . He received many letters of songratulation from several scientists of t’his country and even Of foreign countries . Among the letters , he received a hearty : èongratulation from the famous Dr . Arnold Piotet of the Zoological Experimental Station of the University of Geneva , Switzerland . Pictet had conducted • _. experiments in ’ 1931 on the Lasiocam _• pà quercus , a species of the same _family _. as Malacosoma americana . : At’ the ~ ’ 33 rd annual meeting of the Entomolo...
Randol ph , Pinkett In Hedgerow Production [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Randol ph , Pinkett In Hedgerow Production John B . Randolph and I . Willis Pinkett ‘ have been selected by Jasper Deeter , director of the Hedgerow Theatre , to appear in his forthcoming production of Paul Green ’ s In Abraham ’ s Bosom . Mr . Deeter ‘ has seen the Lincoin ~ University Players ‘ perform in the ‘ Negro Intercollegiate ‘ Dramatic ~ association’ tournament ’ ‘ at Virginia ‘ State College , April 13 , 14 , ; 15 . _’ , ‘ ‘ He acted , as critic judge at this _tournament ~ and asked Professor _HI _1 _: l , , director of , the _Linco _1 _r ~ Univeralty Players , to peimit , a group _01 _,-the members _, of ‘ the players to _eome ~ ’ov , _er’ _: _to try ‘ out for _parts ~ These ‘ two men were chosen ‘ Sunday afternoon , May 21 . : ‘
Y _. M . C _. _A ~ ‘ Cabinet Holds _Elections [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Y _. M . C _. _A ~ ‘ Cabinet Holds _Elections Elections of ’ new officers and members ‘ of the YMCA cabinet took’ place On May 8 in the _ Y roOm , The officers elected are as ‘ follows : JOhn W . Thomas , PreBident ; Edward Cannon , VicePresident ; Theodore Bolden , Secretary ; Roy Nichols _, treasurer and Jesse B . _GlOster , Publicity DirectOr . The newly elected members are as follows ’ ~ Ronimu ~~~ tokes , incOming sophomore ; , A ’ ~~~ t Disu , incoming sophomore ; John Doggett , incoming sophomore ; Patrick Chavis , incoming sophomore ; J . Riche Coleman , incoming junior ; William Ramsey , incoming junior ; Paul ’ Jackson , incoming senior ; and Russell Tracy , incoming senior . The seminary quota is already filled so no new members were needed from that branch of the university .
Rev . J ~ ‘ R . Hónderso n ~ _• Spe ~ ks In Chapel ’ MA ~ ’ 21 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Rev . J ~ ‘ R . Hónderso n ~ _• Spe ~ ks In Chapel ’ MA ~ ’ 21 The _ROverend J . _’ Raymond ~ Henderson of New _ROchelle , ‘ _f ~ . ‘ Y ., was guest ’ Speaker at’ _tle ’ _inOrning chapel ‘ hour _, ~ unday , May _21 His appearance on the , campus ’ sponsored by N’U chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity .. Speaking on ‘ the theme , ’ Do , You Wish Your Health Restored ? he stated that ‘ the individual’ needs’ religion to insure the cOmplete intégration of ‘ his entire _pezuonality . continue _• ~~ ork on his doctorate at Columbia ; he received a renewal of _‘ his Rosenwald grant for the coming year . Professor Robert M . Labaree will continue to act as Librarian ; ‘ in additiOn , he will teach one or two classes . _.
New Vision Needed [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
New Vision Needed Among those who are concerned with administering the affairs of Lincoln University for the best interests of the , student community , one may find many diverse and , sometimes , conflicting views . This is to be expected , perhaps , in any group of intelligent men , all of whom come from more or less different backgrounds . However , in a college community such as this , one has a , right to expect agreement among all concerned upon certain fundamental issues . These issues one may find , usually , where there is minority group seeking full integration in the life of a community . One has a right to expect that anyone , even though ‘ be may be a member of a majo rity group , who is working with , a minority group should have the best interests of that group always as the paramount factor in his thought . Further , one has a right to expect that such a person should seek . to identify himself with that minority in all of its struggles , in _helping ~ it to solve it...
T . V . A . I 1 NVESTIGATED N . A . A . C . P . Grievances Sanctioned [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
T . V . A . I 1 NVESTIGATED N . A . A . C . P . Grievances Sanctioned Washington . — Discrimination against Negroes _, in connection with ‘ the employment of ‘ trained personnel at ‘ the Tennessee Valley Authority Dams was charged in _a ~ report made to Congress this week by the Republican minority of ‘ the Joint Committee to Investigate the T . V . A . The Committees reported it had found ‘ that ~ _oritentions made before the committee some months ago by , Charles H . Houston , cqun _. _sd for the ’ National . Association for Adváncem ’ Ont Of the , ColOred People , ’ : _haçl ‘ been supported ade _. quately by evidence _~ , ‘ _~~~ , ~ — _~ ‘ - _‘ - ‘ _--: _• - - ~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - ~ ‘ ‘ ine , text of the _part ’ of _the Ee ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ _‘ with _~ _,, the _NegrOes - , ~ t T . V . A . in part fOllows : , ‘ The National ‘ Association for the Advancement , of Colored People , through its attorney , Charles H . Houston , presented five basic grievances which that asso...
_Lincoln Pla yers Win Critics " _‘ _‘ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
_Lincoln Pla yers Win Critics _‘ _‘ _- Praises In Cultur al Olympics Lincoln presented another winfling play at the Annual _ -ultural Olympics which were he ~ , _’ at the University of Pennsyl ’ , _~ _,-ii a on Thursday , April 20 . T ~ Players presented Albert _MiI _I _I _‘ c ’ s play , Transit , which de _’ _. _&amp;- _~ ‘ ibes the feelings and emotion ’ of human derelicts wh ~ ‘ are br- _ ight togOther in a cheap Bowr _’iy flop-house . Tragedy -haunts th ~ group and the conclusion pleads for a better adjustment of our , . _iconomic order . The play was awarded ‘ highest mention ‘ by the critic jud ges who felt that ‘ the _pl _: ~ y was the only realistic note struck in the entire program . The _Philadelphia’ Bulletin in a news article _said :-that the acting of Wi-ills ‘ Pinkett ‘ and Ern est Bouey -was especially ’ _com ~ mendable ‘ _-: _‘ ‘ - _- A representative group of Lincoin University , Players including Walter Johnson ; ’ John Thomas , Lincoln Pope , and Jack Trac...
Student Democracy _’ On Trial [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Student Democracy _’ On Trial The institution of a system of democracy on the Lincoln campus , after the pattern as established by the national government , seems to have become a dismal failure . Every indication points to a domination of student affairs by mediocre individua ls and figureheads who are , nevertheless , the choices of the Lincoln student electorate . The end of student democracy should be the election of competent men to fill the various offices but only in very rare instances has ‘ this been the rule at Lincoln University . At every turn competent men are ignored for the railroading of party men into office ; this means that something is radically wrong with the whole electoral system as it operates on the campus . Student government in all of its implication could be developed into something worthwhile and constructive if a proper sense of values were instilled into the average Lincoln student . Our problem is not merely the smoothing out of frictions but is more ...
Psychol ogist _- _~~ - _- _. ‘ Visits Vinela i d [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Psychol ogist _- _~~ - _- _. ‘ Visits Vinela i d _Reccntly the Clinical Psyèhology class , under the _leadersi _~ lp _If their Inatructor _Idel W . E . Toyló ’ r , visited the State _Institution for Women and’ the Vinthland Training School , both being fñstitutions for aments . situated ~ near ~ Vineland , New Jersey . The State Institution for Wornen has 1935 inmates ranging from profound idiots _whose ‘ _mentality is only _‘ _thOt’ Of , an infant to the dellnquent : aments who conduct ‘ themselves , as , normal human beings encept th at ’ , they _persi ~ t in immortality . The , arnents of higher mentality aet muëh like school &amp; children , and hence ‘ Ore allowed a great deal of freedom around the Institution . criminally inclined and must be kept in confinement Offens _~~ $ _r _, e chastised in various ways _Soflie _, are punished by confinement ~ ~ th ~ - _’ _, ers by deprivation , etc If ~ ope _, ‘ of the delinquent aments _attem _~ _its ~ o escape she _Is forced in...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
‘ THE LINCOLN IAN ‘ Published by the studenti of Lincoln University - bi-we’ekly , during school year Entered as second class matter at the Lincoln University Post Office , Lincoln University , Pennsylvania EDITORIAL STAFF Editor- in-Chief ‘ _, ~~ . LeRoy Patrick , ‘ 39 Mana ging _Editor Jesse Gloster , ‘ 41 Sports Editor John W . Thomas , 40 Business Mana ger Jack C . Tr acey , ‘ 40 Circulat ion Mana ger Joseph Woods , ‘ 40 Albert Jones , ‘ 42 C . Warren Smith , ‘ 41 Grant Shockley , ‘ 42 Roy Nichols , ‘ 41 Charles D . Bonner , ‘ 39 Paul Williams , ‘ 42 Paul H . Jackson , ‘ 40 Charles Bull , ‘ 40 Ralph Koger , ‘ 42 ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION’ _$1 _. 00 Mail all subscriptions to Jack Tracey , Lincoln University , Penna . ‘Volumd VI JU NE 1 , 1939 . --- Number 6