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_oppOrtunity ’ for _i _’ _~ iino _’ rity , children _withOiXt ‘ protest . . ‘ AbOve all , he could not be a party to perpetuating such policies . This ‘ would ‘ be an ideal person , —one might say , and , _consequently , impractical . We do no’t admit this . - - ‘ We _. in- [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

_oppOrtunity ’ for _i _’ _~ iino _’ rity , children _withOiXt ‘ protest . . ‘ AbOve all , he could not be a party to perpetuating such policies . This ‘ would ‘ be an ideal person , —one might say , and , _consequently , impractical . We do no’t admit this . - - ‘ We _. in- sist that it is no ~ too much to expect from those ’ who are working with minority groups ; we do not expect it from those _. who are riot _sinCere . We do not look for this attitude in the man operating the corner store ; nor in the man who ‘ delivers the morning bread . For we know that ‘ to these minority groups , or any group , exists to be e _, _cploited , if possible , under the maxim : Business is business , But from those engaged in - the educational field one has a right to expect more ; ~ one has a right to ex ’ pect that they do not act as if one can divorce education from life ; ‘ that they do not assume ‘ that when one leaves the classroom , one ceases his obligations to the college community . Yet n...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Linco _lnián Edito r " Is Cóngratu _látè ’d By ’ , [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

Linco _lnián Edito r Is Cóngratu _látè ’d By ’ , _Alumnuá April 24 , 1939 Dear Mr . Patrick : I want to take this opportunity to commend you and your associates for the very splendid edition of the _L-incolnian , a copy of which was sent to me some time ago . In the past I have been very critical of the student publications because most of them have contained matter which was entirely too trivial and certainly not consistent with ‘ the dignity of a college -paper . I was very glad when the last one ‘ that was published wen’t out of existence , The matter contained in this present edition is most commendable and interesting and I am ‘ hoping that the standard you and your editorial board has set will be maintained in the future . Very truly yours , Walter 0 . Alexander , M . D . 48 Webster Place Orange , N . J .

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
forget party differences who will try to fight large issues [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

forget party differences who will try to fight large issues _along s ~ ith the progressive elements in the faculty and the student ‘ body , could prove our solution . ‘ The undemocratic election system on our campus means _infinite harm to the good name and reputation of the University , and something definitely should be done -when the’ reputation of our Alma Mater ’ is - in jeopard y _it is the-student bOdy ‘ in , ‘ the final analysis that makes up

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

CRESSON HALL LINCOLN UNIVERSITY FARM _WILILI E L HAMILTON President of Y . M . C . A . VAIL MEMORIAL LIBRARY JOHN RANDOLPH Senior Class Pr esident LINCOLN UNIVERSITY FARM IN THE SHADOW OF THE GLEN SNOWBOUND FACULTY HOME IN WINTER

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

Lincolnian Pictorial Review

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

CLIFFORD HAYE JESSE GLOSTER GEORGE CARROLL Manager of Basketball Team COACH MANUEL RIVERO ERNIE YOUNG ANNUAL PENN RELAY CARNIVAL Lincoln Takes First Place in College Relay BOB BOLDEN FRESHMAN -SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL GAME PERRY HONEY INTR A-MURA L TRACK MEET LINCOLN VS . H OWARD BASKE TBALL GAME Re nais sance Casino , New York City WINT ER SPORTS AT LINCOLN

Publication Title: Lincolnian
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

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Lincoln , Howard Lauded In N . I . D . A . Fest ival At Va . State [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

Lincoln , Howard Lauded In N . I . D . A . Fest ival At Va . State Alumn i To Present Dramatic Pr ize A prize will be awarded to the most outstanding member of the Lincoln University Players by the alumni group in New York . This prize will consist of $15 . 00 and will be presented at the June commencement . It will not be awarded upon a basis of acting alone , ‘ but may be given to the most outstanding student in stagecraft , play-writing , directing , or any of the other allied fields of dramatics . Professor J . N . Hill , director of the dramatic ‘ society , will’ make the selection of the student regardless of ‘ his classification or duration of membership in the players . He stated at the last meeting of the group that promirience in a role or length of service in the dramatic activities would not ‘ be considered a prerequisite to the winning of the award . Jasper Deeter Is Critic Jud ge Colleges participating in the ninth annual dramatic festival of the Negro Intercollegiate ...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Lincoln Stude nts Tal k With German Govt . Represen tative [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

Lincoln Stude nts Tal k With German Govt . Represen tative New Light Shed On Nazi Regime Kenneth Dodson , Jack Tracey , ‘ and Howard Irwin ‘ had the priviaege of meeting Mr . Frederic von Basedow , a German ~ oil executive and a ‘ special representative of the German government t ~ this country , in Oxford , Pennsylvania on Sunday , May 21 . T’he students carried on a very lengthy conversation with him and tried to explain to him the Negro ’ s conception of democracy in America . He seemed to feel i 1 ~ a ‘ grave miscarriage ‘ of democracy when ‘ he was told that the great majority of Negroes in this country are denied the right to vote . He stated that he is not a member of the Nazi party ‘ but merely a seeker after that type of ‘ government which would prove ‘ to be of direct bene fit to ; the average worker . When asked whether ‘ he would be permitted to talk as freely in Germany ; he answered in the negative . He was amazed when informed that the Oxford , above the Mason and Dix...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
African Chief-Elec t Enrolls At Lincoln U [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

African Chief-Elec t Enrolls At Lincoln U On February 28 , Christopher N . Orizu matriculated at Lincoln University . He ‘ hails from the Ibo , a tribe of Eastern Nigeria . which has a population of 20 , 000 and is engaged chiefly in the cultivation and exportation of palm oil and kola nuts . Mr . Orizu would have sailed from Nigeria with the other students who arrived here near the beginning of the second semester , but he was delayed by oolitical complications resulting from the death of ‘ his father , the Paramount chief of the tribe , There political intricacies centered ‘ around the problem of choosing a successor from among the late chief ’ s ‘ thirty-three sons—not all of the same mother , of course . The oldest son is selected customarily , except on rare occasions when he is considered incompetent . In such cases , the younger son considered most cornnetent is elected ‘ by popular vote . Here was an instance of the except ion : the oldest son was rejected and Mr . Orizu was...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CLASSES ELECT OFFICERS FOR SCHOOL YEAR 1939-1940 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

CLASSES ELECT OFFICERS FOR SCHOOL YEAR 1939-1940 Practical Journalism At University Of Wisconsin Class elections extended over the period coverin’g May 9-12 . This year the general qualification standard as determined by the Student Council of last year was utilized . The general regulation which covers all class elections reads as follows : No man with a failing group shall represent the university in any extra-curricular activity , A failure in one subject or more shall be ‘ construed as a failing group , Class elections shall be held at a convenient time . No election shall be ‘ held at a time when men are away on university business , i . e ,, basketball , debating , dramatics , glee club , etc . A notice shall be posted ten days in advance of the election and all members of the class shall be notified . Men shall vote in the class in which they ‘ have sufficient ‘ hours to be considered legitimate members . Men shall vote in accordance with the official dean ’s list . The elect...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
L _. U . Players Visit New York [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

L _. U . Players Visit New York Making their debut in New York City on Saturday night , May 13 , The Lincoln University Players met with signal success . Their appearance was sponsored by Abram Hill , ‘ 38 , a former member of the group and the Reverend James Robinson , ‘ 35 . T’he production was given at The _Chunih of the Master , 86 Morningside Avenue , New York . _T’he Reverend James Robinson is the pastor of the church . The Players presented The World Waits , a three act play by George Hummel ; this production ‘ had been given previously at Hampton Institute , Virgin’ia State College and on Lincoln ’ s Campus . The sponsors as well as representatives of the Federal Theatre ‘ have invited the Players to appear in New York again next year . Scholastic Booby Prize Geneva , N . Y . _—( I . P . ) The most unpopular trophy on the Hobart College campus , the Cuspi Cup , emblematic of poor scholarship , ‘ has been presented to the Kappa Alpha Society for the second consecutive time . ...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
E . C . Robins on And Jack Trace y Attend N . S . F . A . Conference [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

E . C . Robins on And Jack Trace y Attend N . S . F . A . Conference Elbert C . Robinson , president of t’h e Student Council , and Jack C . Tracey , attended the Middle Atlantic regional conference of the National Student Federation of America , during the week-end of April 28-30 at Union College , Schenectady , New York , The regional conferences of N . S . F . A , is designed to ‘ provide through seminar discussions an internship in student government for students who are most likely to become next year ’ s Student Council leaders in their own colleges . The Conference was divided into several seminar groups each under a competent leader . The Lincoln delegates attended the commission on Adjustment to Social Regulations , Student Government Problems in Small Col leges ; Relation of college publications to Student Government and the commission on Election System which Elbert Robinson led . The latter was elected Vice-President of the Middle Atlantic region . Jack Tracey was cited ...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Harold ‘ Kennedy ‘ Speaks At Lincoln [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

Harold ‘ Kennedy ‘ Speaks At Lincoln Harold J . Kennedy , president of the Theatre Education League , spoke on the contemporary theatre at Lincoln University on May 19 at eight thirty p . m . Mr . Kennedy ’s knowledge of the theatre is based upon a brilliant ‘ academic background as well as practical theatre experience , He wa’s graduated from Dartmouth College as a Rufas Choate Scholar and -took his -Master ’ s Degree in the famous ‘ 47 Workshop at Yale . In New York he is known as an actor and playwright , ‘ having appeared in Orson Welles’ modern production of Ju’liuà ‘ Caesar and having published eight one-act plays . More recently Mr . Kennedy has acted as personal representative for Jane Cowl , Orson Welles , Jane Wyatt , and others . He came to Lincoln on an eight week tcur which has included such colleges as Yale , Smith , Wellesley , Harvard , Radcliffe , Brown , Williams and Mount Holyoke . The speaker stated that an actor 4 must be able to adapt himself to various types o...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Kentucky Univers ity H its " Hell Week " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

Kentucky Univers ity H its Hell Week Lexington , Ky . _—( I , P . ) — Fraternity Hell Week at the University of Kentucky has gone the way of other obsolete institutions . Dr . T . T . Jones , dean of men at this institution , appointed a committee which has presented a regulatory program which completely eliminated public exhibitions , confines informal initiation practices striétly to chapter houses and grounds , prohibits Hell Week activities from interfering with class work of students , and makes mandatory the cessation of all ‘ hazing activities , each week night , at twelve o ’ clock . The University of Kentucky ’s attitude is in line with that of leading educational institutions of the country as a step toward the eventual complete elimination of this out-moded institution of Hell Week .

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Elects Officers [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

Elects Officers Universit y Forum The University Forum , an organization established by Professor John A . Davis for the purpose of ‘ bringing outstanding speakers to the Campus , held its annual election of new officers and members on May 12 . Dr . R . M . Labaree , the faculty adviser of the group , who was present at the meeting scored the Forum for its seeming inactivity during the present school year . Officers elected are : Jack C . Tracey , President ; Rufus Shorter , recording ‘ secretary ; Henry Mitchell , corresponding secretary , and Thomas Dickens , Treasurer . The newly elected members are : Ralph Koger , John Doggett , Ronimus Stokes , Frank Doggett , Andrew Bass , J . Riche Coleman , John K . Phillips , and Wendell Logan . T’he ‘ publicity director will be elected next semester .

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

ANNUAL ~~ LEE CLUB RECITA L ANNUAL GLEE CLUB PROM LINCOLN VS . VIRGINIA UNION DEBATE ELBERT ROBINSON AND WILLIAM HOOD AFR I CAN ART AT LINCOLN ANNE WIGGINS BROWN RECITAL ANNE WIGGINS BROWN AND PARTY RENDA I L HALL BONNER _’S ‘ SWINGIN G COLLEGIANS

Publication Title: Lincolnian
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

Lincolnian Pictorial Review

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

OMEGA PSI PHI ANNUAL CABARET PARTY ERSKINE ‘ HAWKINS 20 th Cent ury Gabriel , at the Lincoln vs . Morg an Baske tball Game , Orange , N . J . OMEGA PSI PHI ANNUAL CABARET PARTY - ~~ _JOI _4 _N : _‘ ThOM A _• _5 _~ s PHI BETA SIGMA ANNU AL DANCE PAUL WILLIAMS Staff Phótographe ~~ , KAPP A ALPHA PSI ANNUAL DANCE ALPHA PH I ALPHA SPRING FROLIC AT WORK ALPHA PHI ALPHA SPR ING FROLI C

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939

Lincolnian Pictorial ; -Review

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