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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
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Adds Fac ult y Member To Body [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
Adds Fac ult y Member To Body During the recent summer session of the Fellows of the National Council on Religion and Higher Education , Dr . Frank T . Wilson , Dean of Men here at the University was elected a member of this most coveted society . The Kent Fellowship , as the ‘ group is commonly called , holds what is known as a week of work , usually in a college or university _iii the _(‘ astern _section of the United States . This ‘ past summer the meeting took place during the latter part of August at Keuka College , Keuka Park , N . Y . Of the 150 fellows in the honorary society , there are approximately ten Negroes . The underlying purpose of the fellowship • is for professional study under the guidance of experts and scholars in the fields of philosophy , history and literature of religion and applied social sciences with special reference to the present labor movement , social and international problems and the problems of higher education . In order to become recognized as ...
Tracey Attends Debate Meetin g [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
Tracey Attends Debate Meetin g Jack Tracey , Executive Secretary of the Delta Rho Forensic Society , represented the debate team at the 18 th annual meeting of the Debating Association of Pennsylvania Colleges . This meeting which was held in Harrisburg on _Octqber 7 served as an excellent medium of exchange between debatcirs in Pennsylvania and an opportunity for them to make debate _~ 2 ngagements for the coming season . The University of Pittsburgh was admitted into membership at this meeting . It was voted and passed by the association that the subject for this year ’ s debate season should _be : Resolved That the Basic Blame for the Present European Conflict Rests With the Allied Powers . It was felt by the debators that this subject would arouse a lage amount of audience interest . The other two questions approved by the Association were : Resolved That the United States Government Should Give Financial Assistance to the Several States in Order to Provide Equal Educational Opp...
" _Cam pus Trivia _~~~ ‘ : [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
_Cam pus Trivia _~~~ ‘ : Senior Class Meetin g New York Club Elects Offi cers Officers were elected at the meeting of the New York Club of Lincoln University on Wednesday , October _11 . The newly elected officers are as follows : George S . Carter , President ; Kenneth M . Phipp s , Vice-President ; William Richards , , Recording Secretary ; Belfield Hannibal , Corresponding Secretary ; John K . Phillips , Treasurer ; Caesar Marshall , Business Manager ; _, J . Franklin Bourne , Publicity Manager ; Franklin Williams , Parliamentarian ; Earle Smith , Chaplain ; and Aubrey Gale , Sergeant-at-arms . The Club intends to sponsor its annual scholarship dance again this year in New York City during the Christmas holidays . Several speakers will be sent to New York to speak before Negro students in an effort to interest them in attending Lincoln University . Two weeks ago , the senior class held its first important meeting of the year . At this meeting the working plans for the year were o...
Rollin g Throu gh College [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
Rollin g Throu gh College By Lendall Chase Editor ’ s Note—Lendall Chase is a sophomore who has been out of school for a year . While out ‘ he raised chickens as a ‘ sideline . In this article ‘ he suggests it as a hobby for students who are interested in poultry raising . I came to Lincoln as a freshman in the year 1937 , fulfilling an old desire to get a college education . At the end of the school year I saw no avenue open ‘ by which _I might return , and ’ added to this I was deeply indebted to the school . The skies indeed were overcast with shadows . During my freshman . year I worked as a ‘ waiter in the dining room . Little did I know what this work would lead to . During the commencement week of that year the waiters aided in serving the guests who came to see their sons , ki ndred , and friends graduate . From this work I earned some eleven ‘ or twelve dollars ‘ plus a few cents . I paid two dollars of this sum on my indebtedness . Afterwards I made ready to ’ leave school...
BOOK _ REVIEW By Harold L . Gregory . ‘ _Inside Asia [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
BOOK _ REVIEW By Harold L . Gregory . ‘ _Inside Asia By John Gunther Readers who criticized the monolithic interpretation of his- ‘ tory -revealed in John’ Gunther ’ s _ Inside Europe , will be quite ~ atisfied with the more ‘ balanced interpretation exemplified in Inside Asia . ‘ In this latest ’ work , Gunther has shown the interaction between personalities and the vast background of politics , economics , religion and custom . The inscrutability of the Orient is legendary . Mr . Gunther found it such an actuality that he wished to call this ‘ book Outside Asia , feeling that ‘ he was outside looking in . Mr . Gunther ‘ believes that psychology plays ~ great part in the conflict between Japan ‘ and China . Much of China ’ s culture has been transplanted and adopted by Japan . Because of this social debt , contends the ‘ author , Japan has a national inferiority complex and is using the mechanism of the appeal to force in an effort to remove the stigma of inferiority . Many of the ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
- THE LJNCOLNIAN , _i -: Published by the students of Lincoln University bi-weekly , during ‘ school year Entered as second class matter at the Lin ’ coln University PQst Office , Lincolr ~ University , _~ ‘ enna . EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Jack C . Tracey , ‘ 40 Managing Editor Jesse Gloster , ‘ 41 Sports Editor Jo hn W . Thomas , ‘ 40 Business Manager Grant S . Shockley , ‘ 42 Feature Editor I . Newton Perr y , ‘ 41 News Editor ‘ Harold L . Gre gory , ‘ 40 Circulation Manager Roy Nichols , ‘ 41 Exchange Editor Herbert Gould , ‘ 40 Staff Photographers Paul Williams , ‘ 42 ; Robert Smith , ‘ 43 Jose ph _Allmand , ‘ 43 ; Marcus Moore , ‘ 43 Staff Cartoonists Edwa rd Maddox , ‘ 43 ; John Doggett , ‘ 42 ; Frank Doggett , ‘ 42 Albert Jones , ‘ 42 ’ Williams Richards , ‘ 43 Paul Jackson , ‘ 41 Nathan Wright , ‘ 43 C . Warren Smith , ‘ 41 Alvin Barefield , ‘ 41 George Twine , ‘ 42 Harold Pierce , ‘ 43 Glenn _Fowlkes , ‘ 41 Howard Perry , ‘ 43 Reginald ‘ Benn , ‘ 42 W . Fauntleroy , ...
boüglas Murals On Exh ibition [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
boüglas Murals On Exh ibition For the past two weeks the exquisite landscape . paintings of Mr . Aaron Douglas have ‘ been on ex- ‘ hi’bition in the periodical room of the Library . These paintings depict the village life and the natural beauty of ‘ the Haitian skies and woodland . Mr . Douglas was awarded a grant ‘ by the Rosenwald Foundation in 1937 to further his study in creative paintings in landscape . The skill with which these Haitian paintings were execited evidences the fact that the _Rosenwald foundation grant was well used , This ‘ skilled artist was born in Topeka , Kansas in 1899 . He graduated from the University of Nebraska with the degree of Bachelor of fine arts . He studied art in New York for several years and then . wçnt abroad to study under the French masters , De Waroquer and Pespian . In 1928 he was granted a one year fellowship by the Barrest Foundation , He illustrated Gods Trombones , ‘ by the lates James Weldon Johnson and Black Magic ‘ by Paul Morand . ...
Letters To Editor [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
Letters To Editor During the week I listened to a very interesting bull session in which ‘ a number of upperclassmen were attempting to point out some of the fine qualities of Lincoln University and of ‘ the men who composed it . This discussion brought to my mind a very vital and essential thought that should exist in the mind of every student of the University . The thought was , that , in this world of ours , our people are divided into two groups ( i . e . ) those who talk and those who act , The talkers are a group of fakes who by their clever use of words ‘ and nothing more make us believe a lot of profound absurdities that are of no absolute value . The doers are those few untiring individuals who consistently strive for the finer things’ ‘ of life and who refuse to ‘ be contented withing nothing less than the top . T’herefore with these two points as a basis , I deem It necessary that every young man of this University confine himself to the thought
that he will be a doer and not a talker . Remember Actions speak loud -er than words . Herman C . Perrodin _II , ‘ 42 , Do You Know Tha t —? [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
that he will be a doer and not a talker . Remember Actions speak louder than words . Herman C . Perrodin _II , ‘ 42 , Do You Know Tha t —? ( N . S . F . A . ) — 30 , 000 poverty stricken school districts serving 3 ,- 000 , 000 child ren are forced to curtail their school year by three months ? —2 , 400 schoolhouses are actually lacked for the year ? —12 , 000 more schoolhouses will be lacked if teachers demand full pay ment of salaries ? —1 , 400 , 000 pupils sit in schoolhouses condemned as unsafe or unsanitary ? — 1 , 000 , 000 attend classes in tents , lodge holls , stores ? —500 , 000 go ‘ to school only half a day because of lack of space ? —800 , 000 attend no school because their neighborhood is too poor to provide one or they are too poor to go ?
IMPROVED RENDALL FIELD IN FUTU _I E [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
IMPROVED RENDALL FIELD IN FUTU _I E Beverly , Hunter Receivers In Exciting Contest Lincoln played host to a vast and colorful Homecoming crowd on Saturday , Oct . 7 as well as to a huge , determined N . C . State eleven . The highly touted Lions were subdued at every turn by the belligerent Southerners for 55 minutes of ‘ this now historic fracas . Then with a severe , demoralizing stillness as the result of their initial venture into the 1939 gridiron wars , the Lions cast ‘ all of their hopes upon the shoulders of a diminutive pig skin pitcher in the person of Jim Baker . This 150 pound back had tossed several In a private interview wit’h Mr . Grim several points of interest were gathered ‘ by the Lincolnian ’ s reporter concerning the new athletic grounds which are still known as Rendall field . It was learned that the cost of this new ‘ playing field approximates $7500 . Mr . Grim pointed out that the plans for the field call for an imprived French drainage system which will ‘ b...
ious effort , and rightly so , is being m’ade to restore lost interest in our " Turkey Day -Classic . " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
ious effort , and rightly so , is being m’ade to restore lost interest in our Turkey Day -Classic . The decline of the Howard-Lin 1 coln affair is easily acou-ntable for other schools which subsidized ‘ athletics , especially football , can m’ore adequately train and produce players ; hence , better teams ‘ and a natural shift of the public ’ s interest results . Ji’msy Louis , our big center who has ‘ been out of action for three weeks with a knee injury , is -back in uniform and hopes to see action a’gainst the Morgan ’ s Bears . Some of the men who played on last year ’ s squad _1 and who are striving for positions again this year are Sal Brown , Perry Honey , Philo Lee , _Ivlonks McDonald , Russell Tracy and Reginald Williams . Others who returned ‘ but are unable ‘ to play th is year are Tank _GUn-jore for three years varsity ‘ -tackle , Floyd Harris , will-o ’ -the-wisp back , Muggs Irvin , last year ’ s triple thi’eát back , and Dixie Coma . - Williams , Gilmore and Irvin , a...
HI GHLI GHT S OF SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
HI GHLI GHT S OF SPORTS - Lincoln ’ s hopes for the coveted C . I . A . ‘ A . gridiron champj ’onship received a severe setback when Johnny Mack Brown , for three years a consistex ~ ground gainer and ~ _assei _’ , was taken from the playing field during the N . C . fracas with the cartilege of his left knee badly torn . Johnny Mack may not see action ‘ for six weeks , according to the doctor ’ s report , Older Lincoln fans cann’ot easily forget the sensational 1937 running team of Johnny and Wendell Brown which spelled trouble throughout the C . I . A . A . circuit that year . Brown ’ s injury also brings to mind the fact that we do not have very many sizeable backs this year with such mighty mites as King , Engs and Baker seeing regular actio-n . This may acount for the emphasis placed on our , aerial at--tack . If Jim Frank Merriwell Baker can continue his present pitching average , at the end of the season he will take his place along with Da’vey O’Brien , Sammy ’ Bough , Benny ...
Ye Olde Reporte r Eyes Comin g Prep _-Sophomore Pigskin Far ce [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
Ye Olde Reporte r Eyes Comin g Prep _-Sophomore Pigskin Far ce Your writer chanced ‘ to see ‘ a very interesting spectacle on the cam-pus last Thursday . A nutnber of the sophomores were seen on the campus in a rabble game of football . Although unorganized the ‘ 42 gang showed plenty of speed -and precision ‘ in their execution of plays . Mingling with the sophomores were a number of Juniors and preps . Warren Hin- ‘ ton and Ed Maddox showed great ‘ ability in carrying the ball and the latter as a bulwark in the line . These two bear watching , sophs . A word to the wise . , In returning to our game ‘ we see that 42 still boasts the appearanc e of those two diminutive guards Réggie Benn and Willis Pinkett . This year they are still at guard positions -and planning to wreck havoc on another Phi team . P’at Chavis played a heck of a center _andi tackle . This boy warrants attention . Seen among the -backfield threats were Conshohocken Robinson , still hiti-tng ‘ em hard . Also petit ...
Don ’ t Get Th irsty ; No Beer Is Served [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
Don ’ t Get Th irsty ; No Beer Is Served Many students returning to Lincoln ’ s campus after _ar ~ absence of a summer or more were surprised to see the new structure opposite the site of Chubby ’s restaurant . Mr . D . N _, Frampton of Lincoln University is the owner and until recently he had lived on a large farm in the surrounding country . Financial reverses compelled Mr . _Franipton to work on his project alone and hence his progress has ‘ been retarded , In fact , he has voiced the opinion that he might not be able to open until next spring . T-he campus has been speculating as to -whether any alcoholics will ’ -be served . As things appear now , not even beer will be sold . It seems that a local option has been granted and that the township has gone dry . However , drivers and owners ‘ of cars will be -able -to get gasoline and automobile accessories at the place . He said that he is contemplating the erection of a bus terminal . T-his should ‘ be appreciated by anyone who ha...