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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939

FOR Cleaning _- Pressing and Alterat ions R ed - - Fred Count w Best Campus Prices Rendall Hall Room 5

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BLUEFIELD DIMS LINCOLN HOPES FOR CIAA TITLE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939

BLUEFIELD DIMS LINCOLN HOPES FOR CIAA TITLE ( Continued from Page 1 ) utive package of dynamite started the game at quarterback , and had completed three of his six passes and made substantial gains before he was withdrawn from the game . His failure to return to the fray proved that the Big Blue attempt was not altogether unsuccessful . Outstanding Bluefield ‘ performers were Willis , the kicker , and Miller ari d Stevenson who proved to ‘ be hard runners . For Lincoln , Roman , Baker , Martin , Pearcy , Norris and Durant were outstanding , with Paul Williams doing a fine job at filling the over-sized shoes of the injured Hoghead Williams , The Lineup : LINCOLN BLUEFIELD LE—Honey Wakefield LT—Durant Jordan LG—Norris Mayfield C—Tracy West RG—Lee Freeman RT—Martin Milton RE—L . Harris Slash QB—Baker Willis _LH—Hunter Thomas RH—Williams Miller FB—Roman Stevenson Lincoln 0 0 0 0—0 Bluefield 0 0 0 0—0 Su-bstitutions : Lincoln , MacDon . ald , Burnett , S . Brown , Pearcy _, Beverly , Cl...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
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Atty . Baskerv ille Is Omega Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939

Atty . Baskerv ille Is Omega Speaker John Thomas , Basileus of Beta chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity , in introducing Attorney Robert C . Baskerville , g u e s speaker on the Omega Sunday afternoon program , on November 19 , stated that , We are on the threshhold of the most important yea r , so far as government and politics -are concerned , since . the adoption of our national Constitution . The National Negro Achievement week will usher in twelve months of ‘ bitter struggle not for mere party supremecy in Novem--ber , 1940 , ‘ but -between radically different ‘ political ideologies to determine the future basic principles of our government , Omega will ‘ be rendering a great service to our college community in call ing attention to the part which Negroes have taken in government and politics from Prince Hall to _our present . Ro-bert C . Baskerville , Assistant City Solicitor of Philadelphia , in concluding Beta chapter ’ s observance of National Negro Achievement week , gave ...

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Students Hear Rural Society [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939

Students Hear Rural Society Lecturer Here Mr . Joseph S . Overly , agricultural extension representative for Chester county and a member of the faculty of Pennsylvania State College , lectured to the class in Rural Sociology last Wednesday . Mr . Overly acts as ‘ adviser to the farmers in this -area and consults with them on problems peculiar to their occupations , The speaker discussed the function of 4-H clubs , Rotary , and Kiwanis clubs , the phenomenal upswing of the cooperative movement , and his work in helping farmers to understand the various problems of dairying , farming and socializing , Mr . Overly explained that the county agent is sent to a county only -after the local farmers have petitioned the college for help . The farmers agree to bear the expense of the local office and the college provides the agent .

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Lincoln -Ho ward In 34 th Ann ual Clash [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939

Lincoln -Ho ward In 34 th Ann ual Clash ( Continued from Page 1 ) -back , Sonny Bell , Van Buren , and Charles Hunter will , in all probability , carry the weight of Howard ’ s attack . These men have h-ad a fine season notwithstanding the fact that Howard has only scored six points this year against 116 points for their opponents , Lincoln has carried the ‘ ball over the goal for a total of 46 points against their opponents 32 . Remember though , this is the Howard-Lincoln game , not an ordinary game . If the weather is clear , the game will probably develop into a tight defensive game on both sides and one ‘ break may decide the final outcome , It- will ‘ be interesting to see whether Winks MacDonald ’ s toe -and Jim Baker ’ s arm can outdistance Bu’bber Mitchell in these two departments . The record of the Howard-Lin-coln games is as follows : Ho-ward _Lincoln _. _v _~~~ _I _. _IIIUUU _1

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939

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BETA CHAPTER OF OMEGA PSI PHI HOLDS S MOKER [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939

BETA CHAPTER OF OMEGA PSI PHI HOLDS S MOKER ( Continued from Page 1 ) opinion on the Pan-Hellenic plan by the presidents of Kappa Alpha Psi , Alpha Phi Alpha , Phi Beta Sigma and by Mr . Henry H . Mitchell who represented the nonfraternal point of view . Mr . John Thomas , Basileus of Omega Psi ‘ Phi , and Mr . James Johnson , Keeper of Records and Seals , both expressed the opinion of Omega Psi Phi , The smoker was closed by the singing of the respective fraternity -hymns and the hymn to Alma Mater .

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Financ ial Enterprise [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939

Financ ial Enterprise Senior Cla ss In Using the yearbook staff as its spearhead , the senior class h as made preparations to thrust itself into the ‘ business world . It’s first venture begins at Drexel Field at the Lincoln-Howard tilt . Mr . Paul Jackson of the -senior c ] ass was instrument-al in having a concession within Drexel Field granted to the class , Borrowing sixty-five dollars from the year--book treasury , the class has invested in feathers , stadium -hats ,

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939

Gro ceries Vegetable s Quality Food s Confectioner y Cake Lincoln University Pennsylvania SPECIAL For a Refreshing Smoke When You Want It , As You Want It MARSHALL WILLIAMS WI LSON Also Don’t for get the bi-week _ly raffles . Renda ll Hall Room 5 Attention Students Make Early Deposit THE LION Support Your Year Book Two Dollars Buys One ! *** SEE John W . Tho mas Edi tor -in-Chief Harold L . Grego ry Bus . Mgr . ,. - _‘( _i’ _e _. ~ çc ~ aNt To _Pt-lILA 0 10 TH ~~~~~ iN ~ J ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ G LI _~ _~~~~ ~~~~~ ~

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 22 November 1939

STUDENTS Please Give Our Adverti sers Your Patron age . THAN K YOU Reas onable Reliable Rates Service Howard White Ligh t Hauli ng Also _- Passenge r Service To Chey ney P hiladel phia Ca mpus Lin coln U ., Pa . DRUGS C . C . BAER Stat ionery and Toilet Articles for Men *** THE REXALL STORE *** Market St . Oxford , Pa School Supplies Everything for the studen t _- at The Lowest Possible Cost A . Sarensen Lincoln Hal l Room 29 PRI NTING LETTERHEADS NAME C ARD S PAMPHLETS ENVELOPE S BOOKLET S ALL KIND S of PRINTIN G KENNETT NEWS AND ADVERT ISER 106 S . Union St . Kenne tt Square , Pa . Telephone 3 Printers of this Paper SIMONS ’Men s Store SWEAT ER S HATS SHIRTS SHOES JACKET S Reasonable Prices Gen uine Values For Students Open evenings to 10 P . M 36 S . 3 rd St ., Oxford , Pa

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Annual Ho ward -Lincoln Stude nt Conference Closes Fourth Session At Lincoln " Role Of Chris tian Youth In Present World Crisis " The me Of Conference [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939

Annual Ho ward -Lincoln Stude nt Conference Closes Fourth Session At Lincoln Role Of Chris tian Youth In Present World Crisis The me Of Conference The Fourth Annual HowardLincoln Student Christian Conference opened at 8 : 00 p . m . on Friday , December 1 , in the Mary Dod Brown Chapel with an address by Dr . Howard Thurman , Dean of the Chapel at Howard University . He spoke on the subject , Can We Be Christian in a World That is Pagan ? He indicated the main difficulties confronting the Christian in a world fraught with war , racial hatred and economic ills . He stressed the fact that evil cannot be fought with evil and that the Christian must work for a new social order instead of attempting to make compromises with the Pagan order . Immediately following this address , there was an informal hour during which the delegates became acquainted . Saturday morning , the Reverend W . Herbert King , National Secretary of the Student Chris tian Movement , spoke on The Resources of Religi...

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The CIAA will meet at A&T December 15-16 . Offi -ciating should be double underlined , and placed on the agenda as problem No . ONE . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939

The CIAA will meet at A&T December 15-16 . Officiating should be double underlined , and placed on the agenda as problem No . ONE . Debate Team In Season ’ s Debut On Air Delta Rho Forensic Society held a radio debate with Moravian College over Station WEST , Bethlehem , Pennsylvania , on Friday night , December 8 . Lincoln upheld the negative side of the question , Resolved : That the Basic Blame for the Present European Conflict Rests With the Allied Powers . The Lincoln team was composed of Jack Tracey , Roy Nichols and Franklin Williams . It was an American plan debate • with Roy Nichols and Franklin Williams delivering the two constructive arguments and Jack Tracey the rebuttal . Other immediate plans of the debating team include a threecornered debate with Morgan and Hampton , a debate with N . Y . U . School of Business Administration and a debate with Howard University . Lion Booters Win CIAA Title Just a few weeks ago a small group of African students , who clai...

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Fine America ii Prints Now On View in Librar y [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939

Fine America ii Prints Now On View in Librar y An exhibition of fine prints , The American Scene , is now on display in the lower reading room of the Vail Memorial Library . This collection of forty prints has been assembled by the Department of Circulating Exhibits of the Museum of Modern Art , New York , to tour the country . It will remain on view until December 16 . Today , America probably leads all bt _1 ~ er countries with the most flourishing development of graphic art since the 19 th century . The chief characteristic of this development is a freshness and vitality of vision and a vigor of execution , In frank and uncompromising terms , yet exhibiting a sensitivity to all the influences of our national life , these prints have mirrored the many aspects of the American scene . Subjects include familiar city scenes : Elevated Station , Woolworth B u ii d i n g , Brooklyn Bridge , and George Washington Bridge ; the peaceful country side : The Cornfield , Minnesota Farm , The C...

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on both teams . Of all things an official should have the courage of his convictions . He must decide and decide quickly . But if o n e doesn ’t know , how can he decide ? Again before half-time , a fire cracker went off , the players left the field . A few minutes later , they trudged back to " end" the half . What could be so ludicrous ? And so the game went until its end . This isn ’t the only case of " rare " officiating this year . Not only does THE LINCOLNIAN think the officiating in the CIAA is below par , but the following was taken from the Greensboro Daily News , white newspap er of Greens -boro , N . C ., Wednesday , November 22 , 1939 : , ‘ _ _, v _’ _ " ’ _— _ , __ _. _’ _, _’ _., _’ _., [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939

on both teams . Of all things an official should have the courage of his convictions . He must decide and decide quickly . But if o n e doesn ’t know , how can he decide ? Again before half-time , a fire cracker went off , the players left the field . A few minutes later , they trudged back to end the half . What could be so ludicrous ? And so the game went until its end . This isn ’t the only case of rare officiating this year . Not only does THE LINCOLNIAN think the officiating in the CIAA is below par , but the following was taken from the Greensboro Daily News , white newspap er of Greensboro , N . C ., Wednesday , November 22 , 1939 : , ‘ __•‘_ _, v _’ _ ’ _— _ , __ _. _’ _, _’ _., _’ _., ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ _~~ _~~~ ~~~~~~~ The mail ‘ bag contained the following letter : — Dear Laurence : —Realizing how bt ~ sy you are at this time of the year , I ’ m calling your attention to something that probably has escaped your notice . I refer to conditions existing in the Colored Interco...

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EDITORIAL Officiating in the CIAA this year has been palpably [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939

EDITORIAL Officiating in the CIAA this year has been palpably inferior . The din of sad officials who lack knowledge of the rules has been echoed and re-echoed throughout the length and breadth of the Conference . Indeed , this is a woeful state in which to sink and it casts reflections on the august body of schools which compose the oldest Negro collegiate athletic association in America . Poor officiating implies many things . It may mean over-officiating , indecisiveness , lack of convictions and ignorance of the game and its regulations . The men who officiated at the Howard-Lincoln game certainly could be indicted for ‘ spoor officiating . If ever there was a . lack of indecisiveness and conviction it was shown at this game . After a penalty was made by one offici al , another would return the ball to its former position . And this wasn ’t done once but a number of times . Actions like this tend to break the morale of the players

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Male Chorus In Trento ii [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939

Male Chorus In Trento ii The Lincoln University Glee Club gave a Musical Recital at the Lincoln School Auditorium , Trenton , N . J ., on Friday , December 1 , under the sponsorship of the Lincoln Scholarship Committee . The program was varied and unique and consisted of many arrangements by Professor James Dorsey . 1 ’ROGRAM Brother s , Sing On _Gi’ieg ‘ Hymn to Night , ,,,., _,,,., _Beethoven ‘ Gypsy Life ’’ _,,,,,.,,.... ,. Suehmann Hermit ’ s Night Song Kern ‘ Who is Sylvia _9 _’’ _,,,,....,... Schubert _ _I Fear No Foe _m o Pi _,, _sutti Mr . Lemuel Pucker , Soloist _III When _I Think Upon the I _, _rnide , _is Hoa _I _ Bolman _Forsyth e ‘‘ Song of the Blacksmith Hoist Just You _Burleigh _Mi’ _Hi _, rdle _Jacke and Chorus Tmpromptu No 2 Opus 42 ’’ , Schubert Mr . Benjamin _Mitch ell , Pianist _Iv You Bettor Mind _,,,,,.,,,,.,,. Dorsey _Hoh , on , Hehen ,,,,,,, ..,,,,, _Dorsey ‘ , Valk Together , Children ,,, . Dorsey Lincoln University Quartet Messrs . R , Freeman , B . Lee , ....

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Freshman ’ s Work Broadcasted [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939

Freshman ’ s Work Broadcasted A choral suite , composed by James W . Hutchinson , upper freshman , was rendered ‘ by the Philadelphia Choral Society on November 12 .. The occa sion was Negro Day , celebrated through medium of the WPEN Broadcasting Station . Mr . _‘ Hutchinson ’ s composition is calculated to furnish three m o d e 1 s appropriate for the church . Primarily , however , it is an attempt to reproduce , in a classical form , the atmosphere peculiarly created ‘ by spirituals . The well known Come to Jesus provided the introduction of the suite ; this was followed by I ’ m So Weary , and _ Ah Know Ah Been Redeemed , The composition is an allegro . Mr . Hutchinson is at present working on his second piano suite . American Artists , The A . C . A . Gallery , The Federal Art Project and ‘ by several of the artists in the exhibition . Duplicates of these prints may be bought through the Museum of Modern Art , in New York .

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Linco _liiian Editor To Attend NSFA Congress [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 13 December 1939

Linco _liiian Editor To Attend NSFA Congress Jack C . Tracey , senior member of the Student Council , will represent Lincoln University at the Fifteenth Annual Congress of the National Student Federation of America which is to be held at the University of Minnesota , Minneapolis , Minnesota , during December 27-31 . Of primary interest to all Americans and especially to the youth of America is the question : How Can the United States Keep Out of the War ? This promises to be probably the major point of discussion of the Congress but not the only one . Stu-dent-faculty relationship is another topic of high interest , and the congress will provide a wonderful opportunity for discussion of ideas on Student Government as a whole and application of these ideas in bettering Student Government systems all over the country .

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