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Lions And Bisons Looking forward to the Howard-Lincoln game , at least , this must be said : If the Lions maintain their present _s-pin t and fight , nothing is -possible short of victory . WE ARE CONVINCED THAT LINCOLN POSESSES THE POWER AND FIGHT TO EMERGE AS C . I . A . A . CHAM -PIONS . We have watched our team win consecutive victories this season and simply because they were united in the desi re to win ! Sensational football has been t’he byword of the team , sensational because it reflected the power and dynamic drive of THE LINCOLN SPIRIT . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Lions And Bisons Looking forward to the Howard-Lincoln game , at least , this must be said : If the Lions maintain their present _s-pin t and fight , nothing is -possible short of victory . WE ARE CONVINCED THAT LINCOLN POSESSES THE POWER AND FIGHT TO EMERGE AS C . I . A . A . CHAMPIONS . We have watched our team win consecutive victories this season and simply because they were united in the desi re to win ! Sensational football has been t’he byword of the team , sensational because it reflected the power and dynamic drive of THE LINCOLN SPIRIT . A spirit that is not dependent upon mob psychology , hysteria or cheers but a -spirit that springs from the souls of Lincoln men . It is a glorification of our noble tradit’ion , a salute to the pioneer work of Lincoln University and a pride in the honored alumni of Alma Mater ! We are -proud of Lincoln in spite of a few minor faults and we defy any othe r -school to prove superiority over us in character , _training , schoo l spirit , or ...
BOOK REVIE W By Haro _ld L . Gregory " We Shall Li ve Again " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
BOOK REVIE W By Haro _ld L . Gregory We Shall Li ve Again ( By Maurice Hindus ) In the spring of 1938 Mr . Hinlus undertook the task of writing _about Czechoslovakia and its peoole . Already accomplished in his ability to speak Russian , he easily ~ earned the not unsithilar language . This a-bility to use the Czech _tanguage greatly redounded to his advantage , fo r it -partl y removed the -barriers -between him and the _~ eople he met , He observed and ? articipated in many of their customs and institutions , gradually perceiving the true _volkgeist of the people all the wh ile , For it was in the wine-feasts , the weddings , the singing festivals , -and even in the funerals that the soul of the folk was tipped to full . We might well believe that should history ever become -a true science , it must expect to establish its laws from the methodical evolution of a democracy — ( Frederick J . Turner ) , Hindus found Czechoslovakia a la-boratory and a university in social thought and ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
THE LINCOLNIAN Published by the students of Lincoln University bi-weekly , during school year Entered as second class matter at the Lincoln University Post Office , Lincolr ~ University , Penna . EDITOR IAL STAFF _- - Editor-in-Chief Jack C . Trace y , ‘ 40 Managing Editor Jesse Gloster , ‘ 41 News Editor Harold L . Gregory , ‘ 40 Feature Editor I . Newton Perr y , ‘ 41 Spor ts Editor John W . Thomas , ‘ 40 BUSINESS STAFF _- Business Manager Grant S . Shockle y , ‘ 42 Circulation Manager Roy NIchols , ‘ 41 ‘ Exchange Editor Herbert Gould , ‘ 40 AR T DEPA RT MENT Staff Photographer Jose ph Ailmand , ‘ 43 St aff Cartoonist Edwar d Maddox , ‘ 43 _- - REPOR TORIAL STAFF Paul Jacksoh , ‘ 41 Williams Richards , ‘ 43 George Twine , ‘ 42 Nathan Wright , ‘ 43 Glenn Fowlkes , ‘ 41 Harold Pierce , ‘ 43 Reginald Benn , ‘ 42 W . Fauntleroy , ‘ 43 Belfield H . Hannibal , ‘ 42 ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION $1 . 00 Mail all subscriptions to Roy Nichols , Lincoln University , Penna . Volume _VII November 22 ,...
Cam pus Trivia [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Cam pus Trivia •‘ Y Buys Room Equipment - The new recreation room in the basement of Rendall Hall is indeed a much needed addition to student life here on the campus . The Y . M . C . A . is responsible for this worthwhile project . Among the variety of amusements -are : shuffle-board , four card tables with checker ‘ boards , Chinese checkers , -chess , monopoly , and ping-pong , Both of the old ping-pong tables have been repainted and relined . Jointly , with the Varsity Club , the Y has -already made arrangements for the renovation of the two meeting rooms in the -basement of Rendall Hall . The rooms will be furnished with lounging chairs and adequate smoking facilities . These rooms , when completed , will ‘ be available as meeting places for the various groups and clubs on the campus ; -and -as a social room for the entertainment of guests . The walls -are to be refurnished in light blue Texolite . It is hoped that students will appreciate the efforts of the Cabinet , and take ...
NECTAR BOWL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
NECTAR BOWL Glen Fowikes Drink ye of the draughts of the gods , and intoxicate thyself on the wisdom therein . The latest on the Anti-Lynch horizon is a collection of -sentiments -of Southern higher-ups . The most striking is the one of a Florida gent who quite candidly states , Anti-Lynch laws are unworkable and stupid , and Negroes can look forward to being lynched for the next fifty years ! Cheerful little earful , isn ’t it ? Almost as brightening as the merciful action of a Texas governor who granted a reprieve to a Negro sentenced to die , to give him ( the Negro ) more time to think over his fate . Bhrurr ! _ii FAVORITE QUOTATION is an old Chinese proverb which reads as follows : Footprints on the sands of time were never made by sitting -down . OVERHEARD : Imagine them trying to get us to be more discreet and less ‘ boisterous in the movies ; where do they think we are—at Lincoln ? Do you know th-at there is an organization on the c a m p u s known as the Y . M . C . A ? Som...
But as my grammer school yell goes : " How can we lose With the stuff we use . " WEEK-END CONSOLATION : It’s better to have halitosis than no breath ‘ at ‘ all . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
But as my grammer school yell goes : How can we lose With the stuff we use . WEEK-END CONSOLATION : It’s better to have halitosis than no breath ‘ at ‘ all . STUDENT Twenty-Third Psalm ( reprinted from Talladega Student ) : The teachers are my shepherds that I do not want . They _, _‘ _~ iáke me to go down to the library when I want to sleep , They leadeth me through the classics . They try to restore my intellect without result . My brains are too shallow . Yet ! Though I walk through the halls ‘ and the classrooms , I fear my studies , for 5 f ’ s and suspensions do not comfort me . At the end of each -semester they prepare an examination for me in the presence of my classmates . They anoint my head with questions and my thoughts are double-blank . Surely memories of the Discipline committee shall follow me all the days of my life -and I will -dwell in the house of ignorance forever , WHAT THE STUDENTS SAY : Frosh—I don ’t know . Sophomore—I -am not prepared , Junior—I don ’t reme...
N . D . A . ‘ Confab At A . & T . College [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
N . D . A . ‘ Confab At A . &amp; T . College At the annual meeting of the directors of the various member schools of the Negro Intercollegiate Dramatic Association held in Washington , D . C ., it was decided that the annual tournament would be held at A . &amp; T . College in Greensboro during the first week of April . It was also _cecided that member schools would exchange with each other in the same zone . Virginia State , A . &amp; . T ., Shaw Union , Hampton are all included in Zone 1 , while Howard , Lincoln , Morgan are in Zone 2 . This regional exchange would have a tendency to cut down expense -and would eliminate the necessity for a large area of travel . The program of the Lincoln University Players for the coming season will include three one-act plays on the campus , a full-length production on the campus , participation in the Cultural Olympics in Philadelphia , -a production in New York and Philadelphia , and participation in the N . I . D . A...
New York Club Plans Dan ce [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
New York Club Plans Dan ce The New York Club of Lincoln University is rn-eking plans for _ha Third Annual Scholarship dance to -be held on December -22 ; at the Club Danceland , 322 West 125 th Street , N . Y . C .. The Gotharnites are extremely jubliant over this yea r ’s d-ance which promises to reach a new high among metropolitan Yuletide afairs . The dance committee assures the attendance of several outstanding celebrities to add -to the color and merriment of the dance . The club is using this method- to raise funds to give scholarships to worthy students from New York City and the -several boroughs , Lincoln students who are planfling to spend their vacation in New York are invited to ‘ attend the affair and thereby contribute their support to a worthy cause . To secure tickets in ‘ advance at reduced rates , see Herbert -Gould , chairman of dance committee , 26 Cresson Hall .
Phila . Students Or gan ize Club [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Phila . Students Or gan ize Club Philadelphia students -at Lincoln have succeeded in organizing a club -after several attempts , The ~ irst meeting was held last Monday and officers were elected . Club spirit was high and all of the members pledged themselves to help in furthering the purposes of the organization , This club represents the largest -body of students on the campus fro _r ~ any one city . The leaders of the _/ group _haVe voiced a desire to . cooperate with other regional ãlu-b s on the campus and to help make the Philadelphia club an agent for good on and off the campus . They have formulated plans for a quiet get-together in Philadelphia on Th-anksgiving Day , This will be followed ‘ by an official
JUNIOR CLASS GUESTS AT OPEN HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
JUNIOR CLASS GUESTS AT OPEN HOUSE Members of the Junior class were guests of Dean and Mrs . Frank T . Wilson on Sunday , November 12 , in the second of the Dean ’s open houses . - Mrs . Wilson served refreshments -and entertainment was furnished by B . D . Mitchell -and Aaron Peter , who played interpretive mu-sic and led a discussion of music ari d the his--tory of music . - H . A . B . _Jones-Quartey read a group of original poems and Dean Wilson _closed the meeting -saying that he and Mrs . Wilson hope to bring abou-t a closer , more informal relationship ‘ between the student body -and the faculty ,
Morgan , Essay Winner [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Morgan , Essay Winner James L . Morgan of the class of ‘ 43 was the recipient of an award of five dollars during the chapel period of Friday , November 17 , for his entrance in a freshman essay contest on the theme , The Negro in Government and Politics . The contest was sponsored by Beta chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity in conjunction with their observance of National Negro Achievement Week .
HIGHLIGHTS OF SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
HIGHLIGHTS OF SPORTS Fiery Thpugh experien&amp;ng one of the most unsuccessful teams in a dcc-a-dc , --Howard h-as high expectations of taming ~ the rampant Lions on Turkey Day . The cali- ‘ her of football and school spirit has reached a new low at the Capitol City institution this year . The annual talk of abolishing football is now going the rounds with the situation -at Howard being compared with that at Chicago University , i . e , a shift of interest from athletics to scholastics . If this season ’s records mean anything , the Lions should have a field day against the Bisons when they meet Thursday . Morgan , still stinging from the Lion ’s claws , -ran amuck against the Washingtonian-s to the tune of 390 ; Hampton , who , though victorious , was completely outplayed ‘ by Lincoln , scored at will against Howard last Saturday in wreck ~ _leg their homecoming , 25-6 . Mitchell , triple-threat Howard back , looked very classy , and should cause quite a -bit of trouble . V...
M ~ Oh 1 _’ _I Qps _- _‘ Un ion ~ 7 ~ 6 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
M ~ Oh 1 _’ _I Qps _- _‘ Un ion ~ 7 ~ 6 RICHMOND , Va ., November _11 , 1939 , —The surprising Lincoln University Lions spoiled another powerful r i v a 1 ’ s homecoming when they handed the tough Virginia Union Panthers their second defeat of the current campaign in a thrilling game played here _on Hovey Field -by a count of 7-6 . Although the margin of victory was merely one point , the victory was a clear-cut decision for the Pennsylvanians whose versatile attack via air and land netted 14 first _down s and a total of 254 yards to 4 first first downs and 64 yards for their victims . In the middle of the opening quarter , Al Carrington , Panther tackle , blocked a Lincoln kick an d recovered behind the enemy goal to -put the Panthers out in front 6-0 , ‘ but failure to kick the extra point was to cost the Unionites dearly as later events were to prove . For , in retaliation , the Lions not only completely bottled up the Panther offensive , ‘ but uncorked a powerhouse attack of the...
Soccer Team Downs Ham pton [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Soccer Team Downs Ham pton In an amazing -show of skill , Lincoln ’ s newly formed soccer team pl-ayed host to Hampton on No- ~ ‘ ember 11 , at Randall field , defeating the visitors -by the close score of 2-0 . All of Lincoln ’ s scoring came in the first quarter . Chukwuemeka took a pass from Peters and -booted it through for the point . Later in the p-c r i o d , Whyte ‘ brought the , ba ll do wn the field , using some clever dribbling with ‘ both his feet ‘ and his head , from midfield and as he neared the Ham-pton goal he passed to Orizu who kicked the goal . - In the second period , Orizu butted the -ball through but the score was nullified When two Lincoln men were offside . Lncoln kicked off to Hampton to begin the third quarter and during the third period they were constantly threatening the Hampton goal . Chukwuemeka missed an excellent opportunity to score when the ‘ Hampton goalie , Watson , fell flat on his face to cover the ball . Hampton seemed to -become stronger as ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
Pictured above are th e following , startin g at the top center and reading clockwise : Hunter , H . B ., Yor k , Pa . ; Williams , H . B ., Shamokin , Pa . ; Oves , Center , Ph iladelphIa , Pa . ; Honey , End , Camden , N . J . ; Ha rris , H . B ., Lima , Ohio ; Brown , Guard , Gwynedd Valley , Pa . ; Durant , Guard , Atlantic City , N . J . ; Norris , Guard , Chester , Pa . ; ( in center ) Martin , Tac k le , Ithaca , N . Y . - _- - _‘ - ~~