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Joh nny " Mac " Brown Is Lost To Lion s [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
Joh nny Mac Brown Is Lost To Lion s The Lincoln Lions experienced one major casualty in their first ’ conference game of the season against _North . _Q _~ r 91 ina _. Stat ~~ _wi _, h _# _ii _Johahy Mac Brown , backfieldace for the past three campaigns received -a severe leg ‘ injury . He was cut down from ‘ behind as he ran down under ‘ a Lion punt and after he was examined it was found that he had a badly torn ligament . At West Grove Hospital doctors stated that Mac will be out for the rest of the season . Students have expressed much sympathy and concern for the recovery of this sterling back of Lincoln football . -
JOHNNY " MAC" BRO WN COACH RIV ERO IN CHAPEL ADDRESS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
JOHNNY MAC BRO WN COACH RIV ERO IN CHAPEL ADDRESS In a very interesting address , Coach Manny Rivero spoke before the regular chapel assembly on the Friday preceding ‘ Lincoln ’ s game with North Caroline State . Coach Rivero put forward a plea for revival of the old Lincoln _rpirit . _~ , He pointed out the fact that the obvious lack of traditional spirit on the part of the school ‘ body had developed from the practise of the upper classes of making cheering the exclusive duty of the freshman class .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
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J UMP AND J IVE Konventlon hawks [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
J UMP AND J IVE Konventlon hawks Krum Gi chapter of the H . R . A . C . ( High Royal Association of Crumbs , Inc . ) opened its official season with an informal confab this week at Lincoln University . Practically every state and the District of Columbia were rep ~ esented at this momentous meeting . The proceedings were opened with a smoker ( all on one weed ) , The president then welcomed all of the good brothers ‘ back and wished them success in the forthcoming year in the noble , ca use of ‘ parisito logy . Proceedings slowed up a -bit when every one was waiting for some one to light up . Speeches Fo llowed The first speaker of the evening , a gentleman from New York , made a stirring and vehemeat speec’h on Are We Mice or Are We Crumbs ? This soulsearching address started the ‘ ball rolling . A gentleman from Delaware then arose and discussed new methods -of approach , advising more subtle -tactics , especially to the delegation- from Jersey . A suggestion was made to the south...
Is A Lie J ustifiable ? [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
Is A Lie J ustifiable ? LINCOLNIAN SPONS ORS CHEERING CONTEST DeCOSTA IL L By Phil Evans Honest people ‘ say yes and other honest people say no . Those of the latter category , although they are honest , have not stopped to reason with themselves or about some circumstances , and if things should come down to bra ss tacks , perhaps they would not be so sure that a lie is never justifiable . A pair of _tv _~ ’ins once applied for the same position , One of them was a bachelor , and the other the father of seven children , The employer returned the app lication to the family man , accepting him , and requestng a picture . Incide ntally , the man was suffering from mumps at the time , and co uld not send his picture , while delay would mean pro ably a reyoked accep tance , and destitution for hi ~ family . The twin brother sent his picture , and three weeks later , when the position opened , the ‘ brother went to work and the employer never knew -the difference . Perhaps some people wo...
W I LH ELM SOLLMAN , EX RE ICHSTAG MEMBER , FORUM SPEAKER [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
W I LH ELM SOLLMAN , EX RE ICHSTAG MEMBER , FORUM SPEAKER ( Continued from page 1 ) sia in fighting France and Engla n d , it is probable that the Russian _1 soldiers will never leave Germany . . - Stalin seems to ‘ be waiting for a general European ‘ breakdown so that he can march into Europe with an army of 12 , 000 , 000 men and dictate peace terms . The English nation is mistaken if it thinks that it has allies inside of Germany Milions of people in Germany feel that England ’ s leadershi’p in the Versailles treaty was the main cause of German humiliation , Germany wants -peace , but not dominated by England . Mr . Sollman felt that a United St’ates of Europe would help to solve its problems of conflicting interests , but this can never ‘ be brought a’bout by force . He stated that this is the first time he has lectured to a Negro audience , and in his concluding remarks , he asked the audience to remain faithful to democracy even though it has its shortcomin’gs . The following ...
DOUGLAS MURALS ON EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
DOUGLAS MURALS ON EXHIBITION ( Continued from page 2 ) tions , Last February , Mr . Douglas’ painting , Power Plant , Harlem River was shown at the Contemporary Negro Art Exhibition in the Baltimore Museum of Art . Mr . Douglas is now an Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at Fisk University . A painting also worthy of note is _the ~ ortrait of Frederick Douglas also on exhibition . This is one of the few real life paintings of the great Negro educator , Frederick Douglas . The painting belongs to Mr . -and Mrs . Robert Young of Balti _m ore . _It has been in the Young family for three generations and this is the first time it has ‘ been -publicly exhi bited . Omega P _led _~ ies 5 Men Be ta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity pledged the following men on October 12 : Lincoln Pope , John Lawton , Benjamin King , James Lewis and I . Newton Perry .
ROLLING THR OUGH COLLEGE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 October 1939
ROLLING THR OUGH COLLEGE ( Continued from page 2 ) ity to stand on his legs , or dies , or any one of a hundre d things that may happen to chickens ‘ begin to take place . These things send ‘ all kinds of shivers through your -heart . But this experience gives the opportunity to grapple with an ad v ersa ry , and though he may lose on one side he gains on the other and get a clear conception of what it _meanii to wrestle with the deep problems of life and demand from life the right to live , It develops a sense of honesty , integrity , and the courage to stick to a task until it is through , These virtues seem to have been relegated to second place in our lives . I -believe they are most important in the ordinary affairs of men . I do not know what is ahead but with hard work and a little good for tune I expect to roll through college on eggs .