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Sports Review CF ‘ 38- ’ 39 The Lincoln University Lions _; et out ~ in the college year of 38-39 with bright athletic out- [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Sports Review CF ‘ 38- ’ 39 The Lincoln University Lions _; et out ~ in the college year of 38-39 with bright athletic out- looks . With the beginning of the football season , the C . I . A , A , changed its seven year old cry , Morgan will win to Watch Lincoln ~ The Lions gained further respect of the sports world ‘ by frailing NC . State with a 13-0 ‘ score and by trouncing Cheyney 64-0 . Then , this term Watch Lincoln , resounded up and down the entire eastern seaboard as the Lions prepared to meet the migh- ‘ rty Morgan ‘ Bears . Word ‘ had gotten around that ‘ ‘ -the Lions were laying for the ~ Bears and that Morgan was in for ~~ good thrashing , T’h e sentiment _~ ithat Lincoln was on was so strong , that the Bears , themselves , trembled in their furs . Then came Oct ; 15 , the day of the game , the home-coming game , when more ‘ than 4000 people travelled out to Lincoln to witness what everyone thought would be the breaking of Morgan ’ s winning ways . There were two powerfu...
ghIig à 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
ghIig à 1 Sports Juan Luyanda deserves more than a medal for his achievement at the C . I . A . A . Championship meet in Baltimore . The lanky Puerta Rican went through terrific agony each time he attempted to jump in both the high jump and the broad jump _even t , The arch of his take-off foot fell during the preceding week of practice . This not only caused his withdrawal from the pole-vault-ing , at which he is quite adept , _incidentally , but probably kept him from adding two or three inches to his new high jump mark of 6 fee t four inches . Short , squat , Milton Pearcy , wh o tips the scales at 185 , looked very small beside most of the huskies whom he outclassed in the shot-put event . Milt ’ s excellent form put him in a class by hi mself , Melvin Taliafero is this department ’ s pick as Lin coln ’s outstanding athlete for the school year 1938- ’ 39 . Besides captaining one of the most potential of Lion gridiron squads he was one of the best 220 and 440 men in the C . I , A...
MALE c ~~~~~~~ J _~~ , ~ rs TOURS SiJ r ~~~~ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
MALE c ~~~~~~~ J _~~ , ~ rs TOURS SiJ r ~~~~ Me n Make 11 Day Tour ; - Broadcas t In Atlanta The Male Chorus went into the deep South this year for its Thirteenth Annual Tour , It left the campus ‘ Monday morning April 3 for Richmond , Va ., where it was presented at the First Presbyterian Church which is pastored by the Rev . Samuel G . Stevens , The next day found the club in Charlottesville , Va ., where it appea red under the auspices of the _Intei’fratei’nal Council , This is made tip of the following fratennities and sororities : Omega Psi Phi , Alpha Phi Alpha , Kappa Alpha Psi , Phi Beta Sigma , Alpha Ka’ppa Alpha , and Sigma Gamma Rho . On Wednesday night the chorus was in the twin cities of the South—Winston-Salem . North Carolina . The sponsor of this en- , _gagemen was a Lincoln Alumnus , Albert H . Anderson (‘ 28 ); he prevented the group in the new State Teacher ’s College auditorium , Then on to Bennett College , Greensboro , N . C ., where the Chorus ‘ had a capable ...
THE LINCOLNIAN Lincol n Wins Two C . I . A . A . Cham pionships [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
THE LINCOLNIAN Lincol n Wins Two C . I . A . A . Cham pionships Led by Juan Luyanda and Milton Pearcy , freshman stars , the Lincoln Lion’ track squad won third place in the C . I . A , A . Championship Track Meet at Morgan ’s stadium in Baltimore on Saturday , May 5 . With most of the Negro colleges along the eastern seaboard represented , the meet was one of the most colorful of the current season . Hopes for broken records were dampened as a steady downpour of rain made the track extremely slow and the jump ing pits soggy . However , the rain did not serve to distract a great deal froth the ‘ brilliance of the performance during the morning and afternoon , Juan Luyanda , though hampered by a painfully injured ankle , again was the center of attraction with his fine exhibition of jumping . He added ‘ two inches to the old high jump mark of 6 ’ 2 held by Willie Hamilton , another Lincolnite , Juan would ‘ have attempted to go ‘ higher but was halted ‘ by the Coach in order to preve...
Flying Instructions Given At New York Universit y [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Flying Instructions Given At New York Universit y New York , N . Y . — _( I . P . _)—New Yprk University students have started flight training under the Civil Aeronautics Authority stu-dent-training program . In addition to the fl ying instruction , the program will include courses in meteorology , navigation , and civil air regulations . The course will ‘ be concluded by ‘ the end of June at which time the students will ‘ have completed 40 ho u rs of flying , approximately ha lf of which will be ‘ solo-flying , The minimum flight requirements will require each student to ‘ have had 35 hours in the air , 17 of which will be dual and 18 solo . At the conclusion of the courses the students will receive private pilot ’ s certificates . In order to maintain these certificates , a minimum of 15 hours of fly in g each year will be required . The University ’ s quota of thirty students will pay a nominal fee of from $ 35 to $55 , covering classroom sessio ns and insurance . The actual cost...
Vars ity Club Holds Elect ions [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Vars ity Club Holds Elect ions Elections of officers for the school yea r 1939-40 of the varsity club were held on Monday , May 22 . The following officers were elected : Perry Honey , President ; Jesse Gloster , Vice President ; Vernon Brook , Treasurer ; Russell Tr acy , Secretary ; Reginald Williams , Sergeant-at-arms , Ja m es Lewis , Chaplain . The representatives of the Sophomore and Junior classes , Reginald Williams and Vernon Brock respectively , will meet with The University Athletic Board of Control at its annual meeting on June 6 . coln ’s Number One i 938- ’ 39 athlete . The hard-running Taliafero with fifteen yards to spare , did not let up the sizzling pace at all , ‘ but held his own all the way with no pushing what-so-ever , and brought the hardware home in the excellent time of 50 seconds . Each of the Lions tracksters received a handsome loving-cup for his efforts—the school was awarded a beautiful bronze plaque .
In tramura l Track Meet Summary [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
In tramura l Track Meet Summary 100 yd , dash—i , Mil’bourne ; 2 . Carpenter . Time : 12 sec . 50 yd . dash—i , Robinson , 2 . Sal Brown , Time : 7 sec . Half mile—i . Pinckett , 2 . Jones . Time 2 m _m _, 22 sec . 75 yd _, dash— I , Mil’bourne ; 2 . Willia ms ( Lakewood ) , Time 7% sec . 440 yd . da sh—i , Phipps ; 2 . Carter ; Time : 64 sec . 110 yd . low hurdles—i , Gill ; 2 . Holland . Time 14 % sec . 880 relay ( _‘ _fraternity)—l , Alpha ( Glos ter , Dan iels , Williams , W . Roark ) . Time : 1 m _m . 880 yd . relay ( _pledges)—I _, Kappa ( Gregory , Waldon , Wansel , Holland ) , Time : 1 _mm , 41 sec . 880 yd . relay ( independent ) _—l , Ci rcle time : 1 _mm , 41 sec . ; 2 F . D . R . High jump —i . Manning , 5 _’P ; 2 . _Milbourne , 5 ’ 8 ; Brisbane , 5 , 7 ,, . Judges : Baker , Ranso _m , Ramsey , K . Lee . Clerks : W . Logan , Hooe .
Kappas Give Annual Prom [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Kappas Give Annual Prom Epsilo n Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity gave its annual prom on Friday evening , April 21 . in the gymnasium , which had been elaborately decorated for the purpose . On entering the gym , one ’s eyes were greeted ‘ by a fence which boxed off the centr a l pa _mt of the gym . In the ceiling hung a large canvas in the center on which where the fraternity letters , and on ‘ the front wall hung _c’ne with a large cat -painted on it ; in several places on the south wall hung the fraternity letters ; j ust above the ba nd stand , which was surrounded by shru bbery , hung the fraternity shield . And in the ‘ southeast corner was placed an orange flashing ligh t , The music _fom’ the occasion was furnishe _d by the Dukes Orchestra and two vocalists , one of which was Miriam Hutchin son , a sister of one of our students , -
Lincoln Wins Penn Rela y Meet [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Lincoln Wins Penn Rela y Meet Mel Taliafero , Lion anchor man , bree zed home far ahead of ‘ his nearest opponent to chalk up Lincol n ’ s seco n d straigh t Pe n n R elay victory on the famed Franklin Field cinder-path . The first Orange and Blue runners , Harris and Bolden , encountered stiff competition , but managed to stick with the leaders of the field . It was Luis Ramos , frosh speedster who provided one of the big thrills of the day with his scintillating Si second quarter . Receiving the ‘ baton from Teddy Bolden who held thi r d place , Ramos was boxed in and held , back throughout the backstreatch . Hitting the last turn the smoothstriding Puerta Rican drew the colorful crowd to ‘ their feet with a sensational burst of speed . He eased ‘ between his fading adversaries and sped down the ‘ homestretch in one of the finest finishes of the day to pass the stick to Lin-
Photography Course Offered [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Photography Course Offered This semester there was organized a photograp hy class for those students interested in the subject . For development of its pictures , it has instituted a dark room in the ‘ basement of University Hall . It contains all of the equipment necessary for the development and enlarging and printing of pictures , All students of the university are permitted to observe the work of the students in the class and this equipment helps to reduce the cost of ‘ the whole process for individuals . Most of the pictures taken by the _Limicolnian photogr ap her , Paul Williams , were developed in this room . after setting a burning pace the _m’ajority of ‘ the distance , Taliafero took 3 rd in the jave lin , and Reginald Williams 2 nd in the discuss throwing .
Lions Plac e Th ird At Virginia State [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Lions Plac e Th ird At Virginia State Cap turing four first places , a small Lion squad travelled to Va . State to capture third place honors in the C , I , A . A . meet held there recently . Easily the outstanding performer of the day was Juan Luyanda who lifted his elonga ted body six feet fo ur inches to cop the high jump and leap t 22 feet 10 inches to win the broad jump event . While he was not busy with these two events , the Puerta Rican star took third in the pole-vaulting at 11 feet 6 inches . Other Lion winners were Milton Pearcy and Monford Irvin , two other freshmen stars , Pearcy won the shot put event with a heav e of 41 feet , and Irvin the ja velin event with a toss of 175 feet . Wm , Ramsey was nosed out for first place in the two mile run
Local School Board Advised To Discontinue Violation OF Code [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Local School Board Advised To Discontinue Violation OF Code Sigmas ‘ Celebrate Business Week Dept . Of Education _, Answers African Chief-Elect Enrolls At Lincoln U ( Some ) College Graduates Get Employment U . S . Office Of Education Makes Survey MU chapter of The Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity ‘ sponsored the appearance of the Reverend Leonard E . Terrell , Acting Dean of The Howard University Chapel , Sunday morning , May 14 . On its final program in the afternoon , observing Bigger ami d Better Negro Business Week , the fraternity presented Ralph Jones , editor of the Philadelphia Independent as guest speaker . Mrs . Anna ‘ L . Wilson rendered several piano selections . During the weekly chapel period from May 9 to May 12 , the fraternity invited representatives of the other three fraternities to discuss various phases of Negro Business , On Tuesday , Roy Nichols , representing Alpha Phi Alpha , discussed Negro Business in the North ; Russell Tracy of Kappa Alpha Psi , spoke on Negro...
State Student S Praise -Debators Protests Unfair Report In [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
State Student S Praise -Debators Protests Unfair Report In State _Newspa per ~ From _T’he Virginia _Sta _1 ~ esman comes some revealing _inforñiation concerning the prowess dt the Lincoln Debators . Jack Tracey and Roy N ~ ichols went to Virginia State to cjebate the question Resolved : That the Federal Government S ~ ou 1 d cease to use Public Funds _,-ii’ _$ eluding credit , to Stimulate _Business . In its account of the debate dated April 17 , the ~ Virginia S ~ atesman stated : The State debators _. pull 4 d a surprise attack an _1 _~ were _virtt _~ mally uncontested in _their line of _rea’ _- ’T ,, soning that ‘ the Roosevelt was erroneous in _~ that it was ~ note ~~~~~~ based upon the b _~ ’ _si’ ~ usè _~ ’ of the , ‘ ‘ : _, ~~ depression . However , an alert member of ~ the State student ~ body , one Vin- ‘ cent Walters , wrote a letter to the editor of the Stat ~ sman . His let- ‘ ‘ ter , which we qu ~ te below , was published in the , Statesman for May 1 , 1939 : , Concerni...
Beta Ka ppa Chi In First Convention [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Beta Ka ppa Chi In First Convention ( Continued from page 1 ) and his ‘ approaching graduation , Charles D . Bonner was elected Na tional sec _. -t reas . W . English Wright of Morgan’ was elected vice-president ’ and Miss Ponsie Barclay , also of Morga n , was elected corresponding secretary . During the afternoon , the society was addressed by Dr . John C . Krantz , Jr ., Prof . of Physiological Chemistry ‘ at the University of Maryland . FIe di’scussed the topic Man versus ‘ Pain in which ‘ he _igave a detailed history of anesthetics and antiseptics . After this talk , the delegates attended an interfraternal Pan-Hellenic discussion group . That night , a dance was given in honor of the society . Once more ‘ the ‘ society has started forward , this time determined to suffer no setbacks . It is the place of the chapter at Lincoln to set the ‘ pace ‘ but it can not do it as long as it ‘ h’as no members . Not a single student was eligible for admittance this past semester . That lea...
Ice and Snow [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Ice and Snow We have on our campus a student sculptor in the person of Arthur Franklin Williams , a sophomore . He is the son of Reverend Authur D . Williams ,, pastor of the Mt . Zion Methodist Church of Cincinnatti , Ohio , who is responsible for the interest -of his son in ice-sculpturing . The Reverend Mr . Williams , an al um nu s of bo th thF’ college ( 1918 ) and the Theological Semiary ( 192 1 ) of Lincoln University , originated the idea’ while pastorm g a sm all parish in Pocahon ’tas , Virginia . In August of 1924 , in Pocahontas , the first Snow and ice Ser vice , as it is called , was held . A few cakes of ice were lin ed around the pulp it , in midsummer , and remained throughout the service . This novel feature attracted large crowds ; it became an annual event at the little Virgi nia church . Then the Reverend Mr . Wilh ams was appointed to the Mt . Zion Methodist Church of Cmcinatti , Ohio . It was here Arthur Ftanklin began carving the ice into figures of angels , ...