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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
THE LINCOLN IAN Published by the students of Lincoln University bi-weekly , during school year Entered as second class matter a ~ the Lincoln University Post Office , Lincoln , University , Penna . EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Jack C . Trac ey , ‘ 40 Mana ging’ Editor Jesse _Gloster , ‘ 41 News Editor , Harold L . Gre gor y , ‘ 40 Feature Editor I . Newton Perry , ‘ 41 Sports Editor John W . Thomas , ‘ 40 BUSINESS STAFF Business Mana ger Grant S . Shockley , ‘ 42 Circulation Mana ger Roy Nichols , ‘ 41 Exchan ge Editor Herbert Gould , ‘ 40 ART DEPARTMENT Staff Photo grapher . _‘ Jose ph _Allma nd , ‘ 43 Staff Cartoonist Edward Maddox , ‘ 43 REPORTORIAL STAFF Paul Jackson , ‘ 41 Williams Richard s , ‘ 43 George Twine , ‘ 42 Nathan Wright , ‘ 43 Glenn Fowlkes , ‘ 41 Harold Pierce , ‘ 43 Reginald _Beno , ‘ 42 W . Fauntleroy , ‘ 43 Belfield H . Hannibal , ‘ 42 ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION $1 . 00 Mail all subscriptions to Roy Nichols , Lincoln University , Penna _, Volume _VII November 4 , 19...
Baker Clicks Again In Fourth Quarte r ; Pass To Honey Brings Victor y To Lions Over Morgan First Ti m e S inc e 1931 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Baker Clicks Again In Fourth Quarte r ; Pass To Honey Brings Victor y To Lions Over Morgan First Ti m e S inc e 1931 Cool Puntin g By W ink s MacDon ald , Sterling Line Play By Oves And Norris Aid In Repulsin g Bears Y Plans For Annual Tour ney Lio ns Gallantly Defend Lair In Closin g Minutes Hampton Hands Lions Firs t Defeat As part of its cultural program , the Lincoln university Y . M . -C . A . Ls planning numerous activities and affairs for the student body . According to John W . Thomas , president , the Y is arranging a fellowship smoker to replace a forum speaker . The student body will -be divided into two groups ; the lines of ‘ Pi and Phi . Its purpose is to ‘ give the students an opport unity to discuss problems affecting student life , such as in-ter-fratern ’ity rivalries , and the establishment of a University em-ploy’men-t bureau . Plans - are now in progress for the annual whist , ‘ bridge , ping pong and pinochle tournaments which will ‘ begin during the last three...
HIGHL IGH TS OF SPOR TS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
HIGHL IGH TS OF SPOR TS ed trainer of Providence College football team , died Thursday _ol typhoid fever . Brown was one _ol the six victims of the recent typhoid epidemic which struck the Providence campus last week . By J ohn W . Thomas , ‘ 40 Cincinnati has its _Johnny Vandermeer with his two straight nohitters ‘ but Lincoln ’ _sJhfl Baker has gone them one better . The ‘score was nothing to nothing in the last quarter with the Morgan Bears headed for Lincoln ’ s home territory when relief pitcher Jim Baker took the mound . He was forced to rush his first two throws , but it was ‘ that third and proverbial last toss that - zoomed right down the old alley _wit’h catcher Perr y Honey on the receiving end . The pass was good for 35 yards ‘ d Honey ’ s trek to touchdown and extended 45 yards . Lincoln ’ s side of the stadium was converted into a mass of frenzied humanity . Shortly before , the hopeful but uneasy rabble was ready to resign itself to a 0-0 moral victory over their trad...
Seniors Plan Year Book [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Seniors Plan Year Book In a recent senior class meeting , Professor Grim discussed the problems associated with the publication of the year ‘ book . He told the class that they could depend on approximately $ 600 from the University to help _pu-bu sh the book . The average year ‘ book costs about $900 , so ‘ he suggested that the ‘ balance be raised through subscriptions to the Lion , advertisements , patron ’ s list and throu’gh many other means which the class -may devise . Professor Grim stressed the importance and the necessity of businesslike procedure , class spirit and cooperation . He broug-ht out the fact that the publication of a year ‘ book is not a one-man job but rather is it a group _responsibility , He suggested that a ‘ business committee be formed in an attempt to secure fund-s from large metropo ] itan centers of population . Recent appointees to the staff of the Lion are Jack Tracey , associate editor , and _Harol 5 _I L . Gregory as business manager . At a previo...
Goal Posts Downed ; Lincoln Rabble In [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Goal Posts Downed ; Lincoln Rabble In Delir ious Mood A fitting climax to the hardfought Lincoln-Morgan game occurred when the exuberant Lincoln university students surged out on the field a ~ the conclusion of the game , tore down the steel goal posts and sang the Alma Mater with tears of joy rolling down their faces . After they had sung the Alma -Mater , they hoist- ~ d the remnants of the goal posts on their shoulders and carried them to the rabble bus for transportation to Lincoln , Coach Hurt , of the Morgan Bears , passed by while the students were battling with the steel goal ‘ posts and tears were rolling down his cheeks too , but not the sweet tears of victory—they were the ‘ bitten ’ tears of defeat at long last !
_lu cky Terpsichore Tips [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
_lu cky Terpsichore Tips By Jack Tracey , ‘ 40 With the St . Paul and the Union dances near at hand , the time has come for all right-minded Lincoln students to start thinking about dancing . Therefore , I will introduce to you a few of the newest steps . There ’ll ‘ be plenty , of swing on the bi’g nig-ht to which to gyrate , so let ’ s ‘ get on with these fancy pedal exercises . - Easy For Beginne rs First in the line of -fire is the Instep Glide . This dance is comparatively easy to learn , an excellent opportunity for ‘ beginners . In fact , it is solely for beginners . You ‘ begin ‘ by planting both fe ~~ on those of yout opponent . pardon , your partner , ‘ but plant them firmly . The arms are then wra-pped tightly around the other ’ s throat . Don ’t loosen your strangle-hold ‘ til you see t’he whites of their eyes . The idea of the dance is to see how far you can climb up your partner ’ s shins . Once you reach the knees , you yell Beano and drop down , The dance is finished...
" Y" Ca binet Has Cha pel Period [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Y Ca binet Has Cha pel Period The cabinet members of the Young Men ’ s Christian Association held the morning chapel service of the school on Tuesday , Octo’ber 26 , under the leadership of John W ., Thomas , president . The Lincoln university Y ca’binet members were introduced to the school assemibly This is an opportunity , said John Thomas , to know , in the flesh , the men who have been given the privilege of operating the activities of this essential part of campus life . The Y . M . C . A ., in the first place , does not need any formal introduction , con ~ tinued the president , because the great ‘ body of the new students had come into contact with the _‘ Y’ at the dinner given in ‘ honor of the freshman class at the conclusion of Orientation Week . The Y president defined the purpose of the Y . M . C . A . on the campus and stated that this group has -been a self-governing , selfperpetuating body which has played a dynamic role independently of and without the very active s...
Preps Ready For Annual Dog Show [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Preps Ready For Annual Dog Show Ten years ago freshman talent on the cam-pus of Lincoln University was brought to light in a carefully planned Freshman Recital . This practice changed in recent year . s in name an-d in quality to the Dog Show . In the course of the earlier more formal recitals , exceptional talent was often uncovered and , the response initially received ‘ by the performers served to encourage them in the further pursuit of this line of culture and knowledge . Professor James E . Dorsey , of the -music department , is interested in recapturing , this year , this more serious , appreciative attitude and approach to the everenlarging field of musical endeavor . Toward that end , there will be held in the Musical Studio on Friday evening , November 10 , a ~ new ~ program will present new students with musical gif ts in a sympatheitc atmosphere . All thos e who are invited to -participate either as performers or as auditors . Help in preparation will be given to all who...
Of South African Natives [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Of South African Natives Dr . Yergan Enlighten s Student Body On Pli ght ( Continued ‘ From Page 1 ) South African colony do not obtain . The Javanese have succeeded in winning from ’ their Dutch overlords greater political voice and economic control . Contrary to the common belief , -he said , the Negroes of South Africa are not docile beings . They are discontent , they are restless , they are rebelling against the economic and political forces by which they are oppressed . But the imperialists control the press and the organs o ~ propaganda , anc ~ the true situation is kept hidden to prevent the rise of sympathy in foreign nations . In his morning sermon he analyzed the European war and viewed it as a contest be tween two powerful forces , namely , the force of imperialism which ‘ believes in a display of power and exploitation for economic gain and the force of Fascism which believes that the use of force and power is absolutely essential in government and that inferior races m...
Nursery School Head [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Nursery School Head Miss Naomi Lucas Lincoln University has a nursery school for its campus tots according to information received from Miss Naomi Lucas , secretary to Dr . L t a-urence Foster . Dr . Foster is one of a group of faculty parents who see wisdom in this advanced type of child-training . Miss Lucas stated that since all children between the ages of 2 and 5 need companions of their own age , space in which to exercise their little limbs by romping and climbing to their hearts ’ content , it is esential that they have ample materials with which to employ their lit ~ le hands and minds and the guidance of understanding oldsters to help them explore and understand their strange little world . Weekday classes and Sunday school are held at ‘ Professor Hill ’ s home . Miss Lucas and the mothers of Yvonne FOster , Susie Grubb , Sylvia _‘ Hill , and -Clara Reynolds take charge of the class in daily rotation . Miss ‘ Lucas is a resident of Macon , Georgia , and a graduate of Talla...
Week In Chapel ; Sponsors Con test [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Week In Chapel ; Sponsors Con test Omega Achievement As part of its National Achievement Week progra-m , Beta chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity is sponsoring an essay contest on the subject : The Negro in Government and Politics . The rules for the contest are : 1 . This contest is open to freshmen only . 2 . Each contestant must present two ( 2 ) typewritten copies of not less than one ‘ thousand ( 1000 ) words and not more than one thousand five hundred ( 1500 ) words . 3 . No name must appear on the entry . 4 . Each contestant must personally submit his entry to T . E . Bolden not later than 12 o ’ clock , noon , Tuesday , November 7 , 1939 . 5 . The essays will be judged for content , origina ~ ty , and neatness . Judges of the contest will ‘ be Professor J . N . Hill and Professor U . G . Lee . The decision of the judg es is final . 6 . The prizes are : First , $5 . 00 ; 2 nd , $3 . 00 ; 3 rd , $2 . 00 . 7 . The awards will be presented Friday , November 17 , 1939 . 8 . All e...
En glish Dept . Eiilar ges Staff [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
En glish Dept . Eiilar ges Staff Due to the large number of students enrolled , the Department of English has added to its personnel , Mr . H . Alan Wicherley , a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania , who received his A . B . in 1936 , and his A . M . in 1938 . At pxesent , Mr . Wicherley is working on his doctorate at the University of Pennsylvania . ‘ Mr , Wicherley was ‘ born in Brooklyn , New York , but he has lived mainly in California and Pensylvania . During the school year 1938- ’ 39 , he taught at Rut--gers University . Two’ of his undergraduate years were spent at Drew University , Madiso n , New Jersey . He has done considerable work in ‘ both English language and literature . His minor -fields are philosophy and Spanish . Music is one of his extra curricular interests ; he plays the piano . Mr . Wicherley has been instructing one section in freshman English and one section in English literature .
Rev . Robinson Chapel Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Rev . Robinson Chapel Speaker The Reverend James H . Robinson , ~ 35 , pastor of the Morningside Presbyterian church in New York -City , spoke in chapel recently on the N . A . A . C . P . and its work among the youth of the Negro race . Mr . Robinson is now serving in the capacity of youth secretary--at-large for the Association and he believes that there is a definite place on Lincoln ’s campus for a chapter . He expressed disappoin tment tha t the chapter has not remained active and hopes that in the near future he can aid in building up an even stronger chapter than has existed here . He feels that the lack of representation for youth in the organization ’s work in the past has been a major reasor for the -lack of interest among Negro youth in the N . A . A . C . P .
Students Given Ph ysical Exam [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Students Given Ph ysical Exam Physical examinations were given to the student body on October 25 th by Alumn _. j doctors who lent their services to the Physical Education department for that day . Among the -physicians were : Drs . W . G . Alexander , H . J . Austin , W . L . Brown , D . H . Dickens , C . W . Dorsey , H . M . Fowler , C . H . Gaither , H . C . Hardwick , H . A . Haskell , W . F . Jerrick , G . _- I . King , W . E . Longsh _6 ~ re , Jr ., M . T . Morris , ‘ M . N . Panell , S . C . Parks , S . E . Robertson , J , V . Sterrett , F . D . Stubbs , W . H . Sullivan , P . J _’ . Taylor , A . R . Thomas , L . C . Wall , A . E . West , D . A . Wilson , Jr ,, and J . Sullivan . Dr . Thomas J . Bass , university Resident Physician , was in charge of the examinations .