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Letters To Editor [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Letters To Editor ( Continued From Page 2 ) helpeth not thou thyself also ? My dear friends and fello w Lincolnites , the highest tribute possible to pay any man is wishing him God ’s divine blessings in wisdom , knowledge and understanding . This is my sincere wish for you ‘ individually , the faculty , and the Lincoln student body . My sincere wish for a successful year ’s work with happiness for all . Most appreciatively , A fellow Lincolnite , Edward Sellers Geiger .
Prelude To Suicide [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Prelude To Suicide B ~ _I _. N . Perry , ‘ 41 March oft , soldier boy , Go on to the wars And seek that eluder , Glory—You may find instead A ‘ bullet in your head , Or stumble on a body—all gory . March off , soldier boy , Go on to the wars , Be _. the pawn of the profiteers—Wha t do they care That you ’ll never share In the harvest of your blood and tears ? March off , soldier boy . .
Oxford Minister Introduced [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 4 November 1939
Oxford Minister Introduced To Student Body ( Continued From Page 1 ) and to be neutral in our hearts . His message was very timely in light of the fact that the approachm g Howard-Lincoln conference to be ‘ held on . the campus December 1-3 will discuss the ‘ problem of the Christian Youth in the Present Cri sis .
Roy Nichols Atten ds SVM Confer ence [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Roy Nichols Atten ds SVM Confer ence The Student Christian Movement and the Student Volunteer Movement , jointly held a regional conference at _Gettyaburg College , November 10-12 . The Christian ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ was represented ‘ by Roy Nichols . The purpose of the conference was to inform delegates of the findings and . - observations acquired from the World Conference , held in Amsterdam , Holland , during the past summer ; in order to prepare prospective delegates for the meeting to be held in Toronto , Canada , ‘ December 27-January 1 , With the increasing misunderstanding e c h o i n g within the Church and from without the opposing forces of nationalism , it was felt that Christian youths need to define their position and purpose , or they will be the victims of their own negligence . It was agreed that the Christian message of social and individual salvation is still , and must ever be , the vitality of the Church program . Dr , J . L . Hromadka , of Cze...
Drex el Field Site Of Annu al Ga _m e [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Drex el Field Site Of Annu al Ga _m e W . K . Jackson Has Prepared Field Fo r 15 , 000 Spectators As Thanksgiving draws near and Lincoln ’ s football season slowly becomes a thing of the past , the Howard game looms into the foreground . Lincoln will play host on this occasion and their receiving line will be Dr ex el field in Philadelphi a . The ga me has al ways gi v en th e experts a great deal of trouble ‘ because previous records never seem to mean anything . This will be the 34 th encounter between these two teams and it is the oldest gridiron classic in Negro collegiate history , The game rose into prominence in 1919 when the game was moved from the respective campuses of the two schools to large stadiums in either Washington , Philadelphia or Atlantic City . For years , alumni of these two schools have been passing up home-cooked turkeys in favor of a trip to the city where this game is played . It is the top event in the Negro fall social season . To date , Howard has emerg...
Bluefield Dims Lincoln Hopes For CIAA Title [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Bluefield Dims Lincoln Hopes For CIAA Title Though held to a scoreless tie by a powerful _Bluefield team , the Lincoln University Lions stepped up to a second place deadlock with North Carolina ’s A . &amp; T , by virtue of the latter ’s startling 13-0 defeat by Virginia State . Climaxing their most successful season since 1931 the Lions were superior throughout the fray save for a last quarter spurt by the Big Blues . Despite the absence from the lineup of Benny King and Hoghead Williams , first string men and important cogs in the Lincoln machine , the Lions kept the West Virginia unit on the receiving end throughout the first half . Sparked by the brilliant running of Mike Roman , who has become one of the outstanding performers in the C . I . A . A ., the Lions time and again threatened to score and Baker ’ s passing attack kept the game in Bluefield territory during the entire first half . Constant pounding at the Bluefield forward wall by the elusive Roman , Martin ’s ...
Beta Cha pter Of Omega Psi Ph i Ho lds _Smokem In terfrat ern _al Affair Is Pre _’ lude To Formation Of Pa _n-Hel lenic Plan [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Beta Cha pter Of Omega Psi Ph i Ho lds _Smokem In terfrat ern _al Affair Is Pre _’ lude To Formation Of Pa _n-Hel lenic Plan Beta _Chopt _or of Omega Psi Phi fraternity again took the lead in sponsoring an int ~ r-fratern a 1 so ~ ken to ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ letter men were invited _, ~ on ± ~ _rid- ~ y , November 17 , in the - _hasement of Rendall Hall . This smoker was similar to the one given last year at which time it was anr ~ ounced that the ultimate purpose of the smoker was the formation of an inter-fra-ternal council at Lincoln University . The plan did not materialize ‘ because of the fact that the idea was broached too late in the school year for effective organization of the inter-fraternal council . All members of the campus fraternities were present at the recent smoker and a few of the pledges from each of them , Mr . Fred Bryant , a member of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity and the Master of Ceremonies for the evening program , announced that the smoker was ‘ being given in a...
1 ~ ewman Clu b - Or ganized By Catholic _Mem _. [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
1 ~ ewman Clu b - Or ganized By Catholic _Mem _. The Catholic students of Lincoln university have succeeded in securing -a charter and establishing a branch of the Newman Society on the campus , This movement marks the first of its kind to be carried out in the university . The pioneer work _ii ~ _- ~ his group is attributed to the inter _’ _e _. _’ ~ . of the Reverend Daniel J . Dunne of Oxford , Pennsylvania , along with his six assistants , Wilfred James , George Twine , James Bryant , William Burton , Ch ar les Brown and I ’Ierman Perrodin , The Newman Society is a club of Catholic culture and fellowship . It has organizations in the nonCath olic colleges an d univ er sities of the United States , Ca n ada , Puerto Rico , and I-Iawaai . The Newman Society acts as a Catholic ‘ bond for the Catholic students in these schools , The Newman Club of Lincoln is to have a section in the official publication of the Club Federation for the purpose of printing its program , activity and - ...
Guest of Honor At _Gilln _. _ari Luncheon [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Guest of Honor At _Gilln _. _ari Luncheon Present at the recent luncheon held at the Bankers ’ -Club , in New York , in honor of the Board of Trustees and faculty members , were James G . Blam e , President , Marine Midland Trust Company of New York ; Rev , Walter H , Brooks , D , D ., Pastor , 19 th Street Baptist Church , Washington , D . C ., ( speaker ); Dr . Harry Woodburn Chase , Cha n cellor , New York University ( Speaker ); Louis K . Comstock , P r e s i d e n t , Merchants Association of New York : H-on . Frederick E . Crane , Ju dge of the New York -State Court of Aporals ( speaker ); Hon . Stanley M . Isaac s , President , Boro u gh of Manhattan ; Dr . William Hallock Johnson , former President , LiiicoIn University ; William E . McKell , President , New York Board of Trade ; Kenneth K McLaren , Chairman of the Board , Corporation Trust Company ; Dr . Nelson P . Mead , President , College of the City of New York ( speaker ); Samuel W . Rey-burn , President , Associated D...
Talent Night Enterta inin g [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Talent Night Enterta inin g Professor James E . Dorsey , instructor in music at Lincoln university , spo nsored on Friday , Nov ember 10 , a recital of amateur artists of the student body . It was Mr . Dorsey ’s purpose to bring to the fore exceptional student talent in an appreciative and sympathetic atmosphere , Those who pa rticipated showed a marvelous degree of development in their musical pursuits . Participants in the reci tal were : Ja m es Morga n , DeWayne Nelson , Warren Blackshea r , Jero m e Powell , John Joseph , . _Tei’onie Ford , Warren Hinton , Peter Crump , Aaron Peters , who played three of his own compositions , and Alfred Brannon , who gave a rather skillful rendition of Rachmanino ff ’ s Prelude in C Sharp Minor on the piano . Benjamin Mitchell was the accompanist ; James W , Hutchinson made the commentary and John _Doggett , student instructor in music , was the master of ceremonies . Professor Dorsey is to be congratulated for giving the students an -opportun...
• Wilson Speaks At Howard Univ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
• Wilson Speaks At Howard Univ Doctor Frank T . Wilson , dean of men , was one of the speakers at the twenty-third annual Convocation of the School of Religion , Howard university , Washington , D . C . A large group of eminent men active in the _field of religion gathered during NcWémber _14-19 to discuss the theme , The Chris1 , tj _an _, ~ _JJootri _, ne _, _of Man _~~~ , ; ~~ _., ~ Dr . Wilson spoke on the following topics at the conference : ( 1 ) Early Suggestions of Human Potentialities in Hebrew Religion , ( 2 ) The Prophetic Emphasis Upon Moral Responsibility , and ( 3 ) Common Men as Sons of God . Others who contributed to the conference included , The Reverend Amos Ryce , senior , Howard school of religion ; Doctor Paul Lehmann , Elmhurst college , Elmhurst , Illinois ; Doctor Richard _I-I . Bowling , Norfolk , Virginia ; President Mordecai W . Johnson of Howard university , and The Reverend Ezekiel Chappelle , senior , Howard school of religion ,
Debater s Oppose Mora vian Dec . 8 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Debater s Oppose Mora vian Dec . 8 Delta Rho Forensic Society will hold a radio debate with MorayIan College at Bethlehem , Pennsylvania , on Friday evening , December 8 , This is the first year that Moravian College has been a member of the Debating Association of Pennsylvania colleges . Try-outs for new members of the squad will be held November 30 in the chapel . All students interested in becoming members _ere asked to prepare both sides of the question : Resolved , That the United States Should Give Financial Assistance to the Several States in Order to Provide Equal Education al Opportunities for All Citizens .
WE ARE BEHIND YOU , TEAM , AND WE WILL ALL BE AT THE GAME TO BACK YOU ! REMEMBER : A T’EAM THAT WON ’T BE BEATEN CAN’T BE BEATEN !!! Letters To Editor [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
WE ARE BEHIND YOU , TEAM , AND WE WILL ALL BE AT THE GAME TO BACK YOU ! REMEMBER : A T’EAM THAT WON ’T BE BEATEN CAN’T BE BEATEN !!! Letters To Editor One of the main factors which has for years caused Lincoln university , as close as it is to Philadelphia , to ‘ be an almost completely isolated community is the inadeq uacy of the mail system . Due to the infrequency of incoming and outgoing mail , ‘ a letter may wait as long as fifteen -hou-r s at -a time before going out . This amount of time would get the same letter from Philadelphia to Los Angeles ‘ by airmail . Thus , you see that under the present set-up , we are , according to mail time , at least one thousand miles from Philadelphia . -Knowing _now little freight and few passengers go to and from Philadelphia by the train which -goes through the village , we could not reasonably expect an extra trip to and from there just for the small amount of mail involved . However , we can certainly demand th-at a-li facilities in use ...