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betterment . Will fraternities heed that challenge ? Shall Liberalism Be Destroyed The recent National Convention of the American Student Union , held at the University of Wisconsin , has bee n followed by reports , editorials and cartoons terming it " undemocratic , " " Com _~ nunist dominated , " as " approv -ing Soviet policy , " and as " completely disunited . " All these accounts are debatable . The A . S . U . never held a convention in which so [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
betterment . Will fraternities heed that challenge ? Shall Liberalism Be Destroyed The recent National Convention of the American Student Union , held at the University of Wisconsin , has bee n followed by reports , editorials and cartoons terming it undemocratic , Com _~ nunist dominated , as approving Soviet policy , and as completely disunited . All these accounts are debatable . The A . S . U . never held a convention in which so high a degree of unity was achieved . Every resolution was a unity resolution and passed unanimously . Every national officer was elected by unanimous acclaim . Nor was this unity meaningless . Rather it was achieved on the basis of characterizing the war in Europe as an imperialistic war in which our country must have no part . It was achieved on the basis of a common determination that civil liberties and academic freedom must be maintained for all . It was achieved on the basis of a common determination to continue youth ’ s demand for more adequate ...
It is expeèted that the inter-fraternal council will -be [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
It is expeèted that the inter-fraternal council will -be definitely organized -at the beginning of next semester . One of the first problems which will come to its attention is the question , of the spring social calendar . Other important problems are those of pledging new men , average for initiation of new members a-n d an alleviation of fraterna’l ~ friction on the campus . These are pertinent questions and an attempt must be made to deal with them realistically . -The further one gets from the day of graduation the less does it seem to matter to what fraternity he or whomever meets , belonged or whether he belongs to any . This is _tri _. ~ e particularl y ol those who seem to continue growth after college , though there are few stymied in an adolescent pattern , for whom the ties of the group are so tight that they think they own the _shirt on your back . Membership in a fraternity can be a great experience in group living , rubbing the edges of many a rough diamond and develo...
BOOK- REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
BOOK- REVIEW by Jack Tr acey , ‘ 40 Propaganda for W a r : Campaign Against American ‘ Neutra lIty , 1914-17 , by H . C . Peterson , University of Oklahom a Press , Norman Okia ., 1939 : Although _dealing with the war of a generation ago , this book is almost as timely -as the Russian invasion of Finland . Already many of the 1914 propaganda tricks are ‘ being repeated , and unless we are wary , their success may -also be repeated , - Dr . Peterson believes that the superiority of British propaganda over German was the chief reason the United States entered the war on the side of the Allies . People under the influence of the propaganda , -he writes , came to look upon the struggle as a simple conflict between the forces of good -and evil : they felt that all that was wrong was that certain malevolent individuals had gained control of an autocratic government and were attempting to dictate to the rest of the world . In the mind-s of American leaders there was developed a blind h’atr...
The Federation [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
The Federation ONTHE ~ CAMPUS , NSFA endeavors- to help its member councils solve each one of the many problems they face , problems of student organizations , problems of discipline , p r o b 1 e m s connected connected with the ‘ athletià program of their schools and its curriculum . For this task it depends largely on the clearing house procedure . At the same time , NSFA endeavors to keep its members in touch with developments affecting their work in the entire educational field and in the world at large . IN THE NATION the Federation brings about the creation and expression of student opinion up on national affairs as they ‘ affect students , Through its Public Affairs Council , NSFA attempts to bring about student discussion of all national issues . IN THE WORLD the Federation is American Correspondent for the International Student Service and American member of the Confederation Intern’ationale Des Etudiants . Through these organizations , it arranges international debate tou...
Are they above galloping to be honest ? Is muscling there called unprepar __ edness ? - SPEAKING of news—no noose i ~ good news . ‘ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Are they above galloping to be honest ? Is muscling there called unprepar __ edness ? - SPEAKING of news—no noose i ~ good news . ‘ APOLOGY : If we seem slightly putrid -at times , blame it on some ~ thing we et . - ( Not at the refectory of course . ) RHAPSODY IN RAVE . . . EACHUSS’ enveloping _‘ arms ~ . DREAM GIRL .. . eyes like Poe ’ ~ Ligeia ’ -s . . lips -like , _Dant&amp;s _. ~ -Bea ~ trice ’ s smile --as - _devastatmn ~ g a ~ Cleo ’ s . . . built like the _-Stattie o ~ Liberty . . -a face that ‘ launched a ’ thousand beer mugs . . . one _mc’r ~ drink and I’ll tell it ‘ all . ’ . _must _~ been a bed’bug , chinch can ’t bite that -hard . . . black snake crawling in my ‘ back door . . , take me down to the bottom , Froggy Bottom , where the muddy river vomits on my back door and the blind man on the corner sings the _Beale Street Blues . . . where men are mice and the cats ‘ are -glad o ~ it ... O Styxian Shores , 0 Black Mused , Ooooh Johnny , 0 Nuts ! SCENE : Lampost ...
NECTAR _- BOWL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
NECTAR _- BOWL Drink the -draughts of the gods and intoxicate thyself on the wisdom therein . —Glen Fowlkes . ORCHIDS AND ALLEY-APPLES When a rabbit spits in a bulldog ’ s f-ace , that ain ’t news—but when the Y . M . C . A . does something—that is news ! Yes , you guessed it—they are going to have a games tournament sometime BEFORE XMAS . There is a rumor circulating that -a supply of modern English gas masks have been sent to the faculty for CLASSROOM use . Have you heard it ? Fowikespearian Sonnett No . 7-11-14 With how ‘ beat steps , 0 Rabbler , thou climbst the ‘ stairs ! How wistfully , _‘ and with how drawn ’ ’a face ! What may it be in -class-room place That lousy teacher his tough exems tries ? If long with flunking-acquaint-ed-eyes can judge Thou _feelest a dumbebl ’ s case . I can read it in thy face Thy drooping grace , To me th’at feels the like , thy state decries , Then , of Canteenship , 0 Krum , tell me , Is con-stant horsing -deemed there but want of wit ? Ptre exa...
‘ The-Wind Blew ’ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
‘ The-Wind Blew ’ by L N . Perry A few weeks ‘ , ago the cinem event for which the United State ~ has palpitated for three -- year ~ : took pl-aë _’ e’ in- Atlanta , Gá . —the , ’ premiere àf Gone With th ~ , ’ Wind . Governor Eurith D . Rivers ~~~~ claimed a State-wide ‘ ho 1 ida _~~ - prepared to call out the National--Guard . Atlanta ’ s Mayor Willian $ B . Hartsfield proclaimed ‘ a -three ~ day festival , To Georgia -it * _aà- ~ - like winning the battle of Atlanta 75 years late , with _Yankee ‘ gOo ’ will thrown in ‘ and the direct as ~ ’ sistance of Selznick Internationa 1 ~ ( which made the picture ) . The premiere in New York ~ t _, the Capitol ‘ and the Astor theatre _~ ’ was equally as brilliant . The , pid ~ ture is -a sure-fire Rebel-rouser , for the South _,- ,-a _- _~ sure-fire _, love _’ - story for ‘ the ‘ rest of the _cotintry .- ~ ‘ _. The picture will , be _subjected ’ - to-- the critical attention of , Phil ~ _delphi’a’ _—eudience _- _on ~~ J _~ nu- - ary 18 . Op...
Cam pus Trivi a [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Cam pus Trivi a Open House for Jun iors An Open House for members of the junior class will be ‘ held the first Sunday in February ’ at the home of Dr . -and Mrs . Stephen Reynolds . Entertainment will be furnished by the talented members of the class ‘ and the rest of the evening will be spent in discussion of student campus problems . Philip Randolph , president of the junior class , has already expressed the appreciation of the class and he feels that it - is through such -gatherings that every member of the class will become better -acquainted with the members of the faculty and their families .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
• The A . S . U . has always been accused of being Cornniunist and pro-Soviet by some reaëtionaries ~ They have always effectively answered such charges . It is only natural today that the union , as a significant , anti-war Organization among students , be viciously attacked by those reactionaries who would drag American youth ‘ into another world slaughter . But the union will not be coerced and will continue to play a leading role in-th e student anti-war movement . Their united convention- _- offered’ - -conclusive proof of this determination . _- - ‘
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
New York club The New York’ Club o Lincoln University sponsored their Third Annual Scholarship dance at the Club Danceland in New York City on December 22 . The venture wad , the result of a three year attempt to secure a scholarship for worthy high school - gradu’ates and thi ~ time a scholarship is assured for some student as a few interested alumni have offered _’to match _, dol ~ lar for dollar the -amount’ raised by the New York Club . Sociallyand financially the dance _wasi , highly successful with an over ~ flow crowd in ‘ attenda ~ i-ce . Muski was furnished by the orchestra ~ - of Leon Gross . Many _graduate ~ and former students of Lincoh ~ University attended the affair
_Pan-Fraternalism Possible [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
_Pan-Fraternalism Possible It is encouraging to note that _definite steps have been taken by the leaders of the campus fraternities toward the formation of an inter-fraternal council . - Several meetings have been held between faculty members and fraternity leaders at which time the campus fraernity problem was analyzed and the outline of the inter-fraternity council proposed .
Facult y Members Marry [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Facult y Members Marry Dr . G . Lake Imes , Director of Publicity for Lincoln University , and Professor Manuel Rivero , Director of athletics , were both married during the interim of the Christmas recess . Dr . Imes was married in Baltimore , Maryland , and Professor Manuel Rivero in Richmond , Virginia . Mrs . Rivero is the former Miss Grace Beresford Hughes , daughter of Doctor and Mrs . William Henry Hughes of Richmond , Virginia . Mrs . Imes is the former Mrs . Grace McCard , widow -of William C . McCard , attorney .
1940 Linco ln Catalogue [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
1940 Linco ln Catalogue The 1940 issue of Lincoln ‘ University Catalogue is at the press . It will be ready for publication within four weeks . There is ~ a n ~ uch larger account of the _- -Alumni Association and its Branches in the r _, _iew Issue than -Jn _. . the _, Aast _-issue . - -That is the only change . _- _‘ The catalogue is being published by the Sowers Printing Co . of Lebanon , Pa .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
_- ~ _PIHE - LINCOLNIAN _- ‘ _- .. _- _‘ Published b ~ the students of Lincoln University _l ~ _i- ~ veekly ; during . school year _- ‘ Entered as _- second class matter at the Lincoln University Post Office , Lincoln University , Penna . .- EDITORIAL STAFF Editor -in-Chief Jack C . Trace y , ‘ 40 _Mafta ~ ing Editor Jesse Gloster , ‘ 41 _Nei _, ~ s Editor Harold L . Gre gory , ‘ 40 , _Ft ~ ature Editor I . Newton Perr y , ‘ 41 spor ts Ed itor John W . Thomas , ‘ 40 Re-Write Editor Glenn Fowikes , ‘ 41 _- _‘ _- BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Grant S . Shock ley , ‘ 42 Circulation Manager Roy _NIchols , ‘ 41 Exchan ge Editor Herbert Gould , ‘ 40 ART DEPARTMENT Staff Photographer Joseph _Allmond , ‘ 43 Staff Cartoonist Edward Maddox , ‘ 43 REPORTORIAL STAFF James Baker , ‘ 41 Herman Perrodin , ‘ 42 Reginald Benn , ‘ 42 Harold Pierce , ‘ 43 Charles Bull , ‘ 40 William Richards , ‘ 43 Abdul Disu , ‘ 42 George Twine , ‘ 42 Paul Jackson , ‘ 41 Nathan Wright , ‘ 43 ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION $1 ...
Lincoln Basketèers Down Miner Teachers [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Lincoln Basketèers Down Miner Teachers Coach Discusses Season ’ s Prospe cts The Miner game was no indication of the strength of the team . These were the words of Coach Manuel Rivero in an interview last Sunday following the basketball -game with the team from Miner Teachers ’ College , We have a fine group of men and with practice and work together we should have a good squad , continued Coach Rivero . Upon mention of the freshman talent , Coach Rivero said that the freshmen that were out for basketball were capable but they did not -have any conference experience . There are several freshmen Honey and Gloster keep on their out that intend to make Young , toes , Alphonso Fish Williams may fill one of the vacant spots , because -Coach Rivero voiced the opinion that Williams is a good team man -and he handles -himself well on the floor . Basketball Schedule In explaining the schedule , Coach Rivero stated that one could not make a schedule by correspondence , but the games must be a...
OUT [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
OUT by Bull and ‘ Twihe TIME In previous issues orchids have been _- thrown to outstanding stars of the _- football season . But when the smoke of the battles cleared away , many men on the team were visible as stalwarts of the team . _- _- - PHILO LEE was in -every -game fighting _- his heart out to stop enemy advances -and was a potent blocker in protecting JIM BAKER’S amazing arm . _- MILTON PEARCY aided in the standoff- of Morgan on that fateful - day when _Mosby was rapidly picking up yardage towards Lincoln ’ s goal line . _- _- BEN KING was in there -practically every minute of every game and displayed a brand of blocking that is seldom seen in Negro _backfields . BILL HUNTER’S tackling overshadowed ‘ his running , for which ‘ he was so fathoüs in high school . ‘ SAL BROWN , . a ~ usual , was depéndable ,-- even though he was out part of the time with -a bad knee . _- LIONEL _BEJ NS MARTIN was t-he place kicker who was responsible for many of , our extra points . Watch him ne...
Lions Swamp Cheyney _68-38 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Lions Swamp Cheyney _68-38 In a basketball -game that most of Lincoln ’ s squad saw ‘ action , the Lions downed Cheyney , 68-38 . Displaying a clever offensive and a strong defensive , the starting combination of Gloster , Wareham , Young , Honey , -and Hunter ran the _scorO up to 37-16 in Lincoln ’ s favor in the first half . Warehaiii ’ ’was - -responsible , for 11 of the Lions’ points in that half either taking the ball from a close _sëi ~ i _’i ’ ~ ’thágè _‘ ~~ _Ith-ig’ _- _~~ a ~ ses _~ - _frOm Cheyney ’ s section of the court . HOney- played -his usual dependable game and kept the men under control with his generalshi-p and clever passing , Young , who bids fair to be one of the best courtmen in the C . I _, A . A ., used his height to excellent advantage in recovering shots off both backboards and -his hand . work with the ball kept Cheyney baffled . _- - Ch’eyney was ‘ practically throttled in ‘ the first half and even with Brightful -and McCauley playing -a steady -heads-up...
R ted Over Lions - T’Aggiee [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
R ted Over Lions - T’Aggiee The _Aggies from Greensboro , N . C . Agricultural and - Technical School will invade Lincoln ’ s home court Saturday , January 20 . - The Lions have displayed a very fine type of basketball and after their -decisive victory over -the highly touted Morgan team , they should have the incentive necessary to go ahead and take A . &amp; T . as a matter of form . At this writing , - Lincoln has impressive victories over Miner Teacher ’ s College , Cheyney , and Morgan college . — Morgan is the only C . I . A . A . team in this group—while the Aggies have been defeated ‘ by small Florida A . &amp; M . colege ‘ by the score of 40 to 31 . _- Ernie Young , Perry Honey , Jesse _Gboster , and Al Wareham , holdovers from last year , proved where proof was necessary that they were the men to be in the starting lineup and a large supply of reserve talent will be available for this tilt . T-he game will come right in the middle of Lincoln ’ s examination...