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" Dream " Schedule For Rochester U . Students [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Dream Schedule For Rochester U . Students R ochester , N . Y . — ( I . P . ) — No grades , no exams , no form al class work—this is the pleasant prospect in stor e fo r 25 Uni ver sity of Rochester students who were chosen for the new Division of Honor Studies . For two years beginning next September these students will attend two weekly seminars , but aside from th’at their time will be theirs to do with as they please . Each will choose a field of study ‘ and work independently under the guidance of individual faculty tutors . The honor plan is part of a new , liberalized curriculum which will be put into force at Rochester next fall , The average student , as well as his more ‘ advanced fellow chosen for the honors division , will be given unprecedent ~ d freedom to plan his education accordm g to his own aptitudes ‘ and interests . Omegas Give Pro _n’r The Lampodas Club of ‘ the Beta Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity honored their b ig brothers at the fraternity ’ s annual...
Prof . LeRo y Williams Leaves For England [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
Prof . LeRo y Williams Leaves For England ( Co ntinued from page 1 ) vancement of science , The Entomological Society of Am erica an d finally of The American Entomological Society . He has been recently invite _d to ‘ become a member of the Philadelphia branch of the American Associa- ‘ tion of Scientific Wonders . He was further ‘ honored on March 30 , 1939 , when he received an invitation to discuss his research achievem ent s befo re the Zoological Seminar of the University of Pennsylvania . The program was interesting and highly instructive . _1-le supplemented his lectures with lantern slides . These included the various stages of reproduction in ‘ the Ephestia moth , Now , Professor Williams has gone to England to carry on his experiments with the Lasiocampa quercus and its peculiar reproducj ive _hal its . The research work is being directed by Dr . P . P . Calvert , Professor of Zoology at the University of Pennsylvania , in conjunction with Dr . Sherriffs of the University...
SPORTS AN AID TO SCHOLARSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
SPORTS AN AID TO SCHOLARSHIP Amherst , Mas ~ . — ( I . P . ) — The popular picture o ~ the college athlete who spends _~ iis time in class cutting out paper dolls was dispelled by Dr . Harry N . Glick , head of the department of psychology ‘ at Massachusetts State College . Contrary to popular opinion , Professor Glick said in releasing the results of studies made on 325 State College students , the greater the number of hours spent in college activities , tile higher the mental test scores . T-he average college mark also ‘ increased slight- ’ ly as the number of ~ hours spent in college’ sports ‘ and activities increased . An upper limit , however , was , reached when more th ~ an 18 hours , each week were spent \ in sports and activities , ‘ the psychologist said . When more _thali 16 ‘ hours are spent in activities , he pointed out , there is a definite drop _lri ’ scholastic averages , \ _lndlcating that the student is a social butterfly or neglecting ‘ his \ studies . In sport...
MALE CHORUS GIVES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
MALE CHORUS GIVES BROADCAST Soon _~ _ftcr its extensive tour of the South , the Male Chorus travelled to New York for a broadcast over WOR Saturday morning , April 29 . Sunday , Apri l 30 , the group sang in Jersey City , On _Thursd ay , May _11 , the Club appea red ‘ _atthe Nineteenth Street Baptist Church in Philadelphia , Saturday evening , May 13 , the group sang at Cheyney State Teachers College . The Chorus gave another broadcast , which was held over station KYW in Philadelphia on M’ay 28 . Singing for the Vespers service Sunday evening , June 4 , and for the commencement exercises on June 6 will conclude the work of the Club for the present semester .
To Dean Rid gley [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 1 June 1939
To Dean Rid gley Lion Dedicated According to Kenneth Dodson , editor , The Lion will be out on May 25 . It will consist of informal snapshots , a history of the school , and a general kaleidoscopic view of student activity . Each class is well represented . The book is dedicated to the late Dean Frank H . Ridgley , Professor Ulysses G . Lee is faculty adviser to the staff ; Dean Philip S . Miller is adviser to the senior class . Members of the student body may buy copies of the publication for a nominal sum .
Charlotte Wallace Murra y To Be Presented By Universit y In Lincoln Cha pel Recital [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1939
Charlotte Wallace Murra y To Be Presented By Universit y In Lincoln Cha pel Recital Eminent Mezzo - Soprano Africa ii Art On View In Va il Libra _i Will Appear Here On NEW C UTTIN G SYSTEM A valuable addition to the African Art Exhibit was made during the summer in the form of two life-si zed figures in the main reading room of the library , One is in the costume of a native of the Gold Coast and the other is clo thed in a Ca m ar oo n cer _em onial dance outfit . These figures were contributed ‘ by Mrs . A . 0 . Grubb , the wife of the university registrar . The Gold Coast costume was donated by Francis Nkrum ah , ‘ 39 . Numerous leather pieces and Houser leatherwork wallets donated by H , A . B . Jones-Quartey , ‘ 41 , are on display in a glass case , A book entitled , A Treasury of Art Masterpieces From the Renaissance to the Present Age , with comments on each of the 144 reproductions in full color was donated to the University by Thomas Craven , a noted American Art Critic . Th...
New Faculty Members Are Well Versed In Their Chosen Fields [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1939
New Faculty Members Are Well Versed In Their Chosen Fields Dr . Furth , Dr . Reynolds , Shelby Ross And Brud Holland Are Additions CAA To Train College Airplane Pilot Reserves There were four additions to the faculty at the beginning of the 1939-40 school year . The Reverend Stephen M . Reynolds has ben appoin te d to the chair left vacant by the death of Dean Frank H . _Ridgley . He is 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 Semitic Languages . He teaches Old Testament Languages and Literatures and a course in Modern European History . From Brooklyn , New York , came the Reverend Shelby A . Rooks to take over the professorship in English Bible . Reverend Rooks is a Lincoln Alumnus ( 1928 ) and a graduate of Union Theological Seminary ( 1934 ); he received his M . A . from Columbia Univer...
U ~ N . C . Stat e in CbI . A _. 4 , Debut [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1939
U ~ N . C . Stat e in CbI . A _. 4 , Debut Despite the relative inexperience of the Lincoln University football team due to the failure of many veterans to return to the gridiron ‘ because of lack of finances and disqualifications resulting from low scholarship standing and injuries , Coach Manuel Rivero expects the Lions to triumph over the North Carolina State eleven in the approaching Homecoming contest , An almost entirely new Lincoln team will meet the Carolina -boys Saturday . Melvin Taliaferro , voted ~ hc _- -moo t- valuable man -on the Lions squad during the past season , has been lost by graduation together with John Oliver Beckwith ; Floyd Harris , lightning quarterback ; James Lewis , veteran centers ; and Robert Engs cannot enter the contest because of injuries . Muggs Irvin is disqualified to compete in College football becau se he played dur in g the pas t summer baseball with the professio nal Newark Eagles , Many other members of the Lincoln ’ s last-year squad fail...
LINC O LN UNIVER SIT Y FOO TBALL ROSTER , 1939 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1939
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Freshma _n lass [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1939
Freshma _n lass In all possibilities , there will b ~ few campus organiations minus the _troditional green caps , for this year the freshmen are determined to make this year , a green Dne at Lincoln , Let ’ s take a look at some of our talented freshmen , who some day will do their -bit to make Li n col n r em ain one of the most highly r espected in stitut io ns of our colored youth . Jerry Powell , Atlantic City ’s con tribution to our already highly eff icient mu sical or gani za tion , Jerry , no sooner than arriving here , joined the Male Chorus Club , His voice soon carried him up the ladder and was given a place on the choir . Now Jerry is on the top , fo r he ’ s just earned the position of first tenor in the Lincoln Quartette , Orchids tQ you , Jerry , —you really deserve them ! Phil Evans , a Freshman , perhaps not wholly deser v ing of that title , fo r he’s really a Junior , but only fresh from St . Augustine ’ s College , R aleigh , N . Carolina , fro m which he has bee...
L . U . STUDENT BUYS TEA ROO M [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1939
L . U . STUDENT BUYS TEA ROO M Sam Alexander , ‘ 38 , has just taken over the Marion Tea Room at 20 th and Bain-bridge Streets in Philadelphia . Sam will be remembered by all of the older students on the campus and he is desirous of making more friends among ‘ the student ‘ body . All of us wish Sam continued success and promise our patronage when we are in the Quaker City , Dance I n West Grove A dance will be given at West Grove on Saturday , October 7 , under the sponsorship of Smiling Frank Crawford , of 523 East Fifth Street , Wilmington . Paul Rickett is chairman of the dance committee . Music will be swung by the Syncopators . Some people miss a lot because they aim too high ,