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Mor gan _44-24 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Mor gan _44-24 Lincoln Trounces ( -Continued From Page 1 ) ham ,. Holly , former captain- of the Morgan gridsters , went in for Cain who had ’ played an excellent de- , _fensiye g me _. ,. _, 3 _Vh ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ iod came to a ‘ climax , Lincoln led the Bears 44-24 . _Lincoln G . F . P . Wareham , f 6 0 12 Gloster , f 3 3 9 Young , c 6 1 13 Honey , g 3 2 8 Scott , _I 0 0 0 Martin , g 0 0 0 Durant , _I 0 0 0 Logan , _I 0 0 0 Hunter 1 0 2 Totals 19 6 44 Mor gan G . F . P . Gibson , f 1 2 4 Johnson , _I 0 0 0 Garrison , f 2 0 4 Cain . c ‘ . 0 3 3 Spauldin-g 1 1 3 Smith , g 1 2 4 Dixon , g 2 0 4 Holley , _I 0 0 0 Staten , g 0 0 0 Mosby , f 1 0 2 Totals 8 8 24 Lincoln 18 26—44 Morgan _11 13—24
Senior Clas s Will Sponsor [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Senior Clas s Will Sponsor Benefit Dance ( Continued From Page 1 ) mantown at the Wissachicken Boys , Gounter and Pulaski Avenue ; the Y . M . C . A . on West Rittenhouse Street , and the Y . W . C . A ., 6128 Germantown Avenue ; and in South Philadelphia at the Southwest Y . M . C , A . on Christian Street . Fields , c 0 0 0 Brown , -g 2 0 4 Shorter , g , c 2 1 5 Honey , g 3 0 6 Martin , g 2 0 4 Hunter , -g 2 2 6 28 9 68 CHEYNEY G . F , P . _Bri ~ htful , _I 9 1 19 McCauley , _I 1 1 3 Wilson , _I 1 2 4 Blount , c 1 0 2 James , e , g 4 2 -10 Harris , g 0 0 0 Johnson , g 0 0 0 ‘ , 16 ‘ 6 38
Miss Sweeney _- _. " Y " . -Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Miss Sweeney _- _. Y . -Speaker Miss Odill Sweeney , Executive Secretary of the Young Women ’ s Christian Association of Mont- , _clair . New Jersey , and a delegate to the Wo _~ ’ld _Conference _, of _, Chilstian Youth held in Amsterdam last July . delivered a-n address on the conference Sunday in the chapel of , LincOln University . Her speech , entitled Echoes from Amsterdam , dealt mainly with the problems of the Christian youth and the Economic Order . _- The purpose of the July Conference , which was attended by 1750 persons representing seventy different nations and two hundred and twenty different organized groups , was to discuss strategies and techniques of -getting the cooperation of youth of the world in furthering the program of the Christian Church .
1940 Court Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
1940 Court Schedule January 6 Miner _Teachers—Hom e . 9 Cheyney Teachers—Home . 12 ~ Morgan _State—Phila . 2 O _’ ~ A &amp; T . College—Home . 27 Ohrbachs ( A . A . U . )—Home 29 A &amp; T . College—Away . 30 Game Pending—Away . February 3 K Va . State—Home . 6 _K Howard Univ . —Away . 9 Va . Union Univ . _— ~ Phila . - 12 _* Morgan State—Orange . , —Phiia . Va . State—Away . 23 K Howard University—N . Y . 24 Game Pending—Away . 26 Cheyney Teachers—Away . 27 Winston Salem—Home . March _1 _’K Morgan State—Away . 8 Howard University—Phila . 9 Fayetteville Teachers—Home . 15 Morgan State—N . Y . 22 Camden All-Stars—Camden . * Conference Games All Home Games begin at 9 : 00 p . m . . 16 Va . Union Univ 17 _K 17 _ _
Prof . Larabee Attends Meet ing Of Penolo gista [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Prof . Larabee Attends Meet ing Of Penolo gista ( Continued From Page 1 ) _Into sections of twenty , under the leadership of a prison guard , for the actual viewing of the interior , The trip consisted of a visit to the cell blocks , industrial shops , classrooms , and the prison -auditorium . Each detail of the prison organization , its system of management and care of the inmates , was carefull y explained ‘ by the attending guard . Upon leaving the prison , the conference group assembled in the University in seminars to discuss the various problems of crime prevention , and the problem of rehabilitation . Major Henry C . Hill , Warden of the Penitentiary ,, impressed the delegates at ‘ a public meeting with the fact that the prison cannot reform inmates , This , he said , is a current misconception of the uninformed laymen . Major Hill , -by illustration and statistical data , oointed out the responsibility of j uvenile delinquency -agencies and those groups engaged in - aiding t...
‘ Studi flt $ Faàd _WorIt _1 _: _CrWs —Them e of N . S . F . A . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
‘ Studi flt $ Faàd _WorIt _1 _: _CrWs —Them e of N . S . F . A . Conference ( Con tinued From Page 1 ) their budget on charity funds , council projects , office upke ep _, conventions , dues . to organization , annual _plcturei , educational programs for the student ‘ body , and student officer s’ salaries . It was also agreed that a student activity fee should be compulsory to allow for planning yearly -projects and to provide a substantial basis for functioning of budget committees . The commission on freshman orientation definitely felt that some sort of orientation program is _yiecessary at every college , The commission felt that some provision for freshman supervision throughout the year should be made as there is a tendency for big brothers to lose interest in their charges after a short time . In five instances , colleges were found to give courses in orientation which extended through the first semester . Three schools give one hour credit for such courses . The question of...
SHORT Sic—ETCH [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
SHORT Sic—ETCH _- _- ‘ B 7 Glen _FoWikes Little _Csesgar : Of The Time Dear Readers : - - ‘ This Is _- another one of our little series of articles attempting to prove that fat meat Is greasy , We are --going to give- you the _Inside dope on Julius Caesar , alias Water Test . Julie was so named because of his quaint habit of giving the ivories the water test before each session . Julie ‘ had a nice little run over on the East side , but he was ambitious and wanted to spread out all over Rome . Besides , he was tired of taking orders from Bulls-eye Brutus and Bet-a-million Cassius . Right across ‘ Rubicon avenue looks like a nice neighborhood , he told himself , The telphone jarred him from his meditations . It was Brutus . What cha doin ’ tonite , ‘ W . T . ’ ? , Brutus queried . Got a little game on with the boys , Julie grunted . Whatcha say we take a run down to the arena and see a match ? _- New , growled Julie . Those slaves are all punks . This new crop is tough , Brutus repli...
Letters to Editor [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Letters to Editor It was my impression that some improvement was to -be made in the rooms of Rendall Hall during the Christmas Recess . However , when we returned to school , we found the rooms in the same state of disrepair . A promise was made that at least the floors were to be varnished and t h is improvement would have been welcomed by the residents of Rendall Hall . It is fai rly easy to cover up a bad spot on the wall with a picture or a tapestry ‘ but it is usually impossi’ble to cover an entire floor with a rug , Rendall Hall is supposed to be the best dormitory on the campus but this constant neglect will result in a rapid deterioration , The floors and walls of Rendall Hall were once in a fair ’ state but that situation certainl y does not obtain at the -present time : Perhaps I ’ m wrong but I am concerned with the best interests of Lincoln university and improvement in dormitories is certainly a worthwhile step . —Henry H . Mitchell , III . I have complained constantly ...
Phila . Vicar Is _Chaoel Lecturer [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Phila . Vicar Is _Chaoel Lecturer Dr . Edward C . Young , Episcopal minister and vicar of the Philips Rooks Memorial Chapel , Philadelphia , ad-dressed an audience of the students and faculty members of Lincoln University , Friday , in the college chapel . In his discussion he advised the student body to observe three rules in making decisions as to the choice of their vocations or professions or c a r e e r s , They were : ( 1 ) Gather the important facts and data -about your prospective fields of endeavor ; ( 2 ) get counsel from men in these respective fields - as to the requirements . type of work , and as to the possibilities ‘ and limitations confronting the neophyte , and ( _31 make decisions on the basis of real candor -and unselfishness , and not _carelessly or hastll ~ r . Don’t Choose Vocation for Mone y I-n conclusion , the Vicar took great _rains in admonishing the _Lincoinites- _, _’agaiñst -choosing a vocation merely for the money or prestige afforded . Such hasty and...
Dr , F _’ _irthAt - _SóéiaIl ’Sàieflce - -M et ,. 1 Phila [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Dr , F _’ _irthAt - _SóéiaIl ’Sàieflce - -M et ,. 1 Phila At a mammoth conference of the Allied Social Science Associations , _-he 1 d _,,, ir ’ _:,, Ph _tlade 1 ~ hia _, Dec . 27-30 , inclusively . Lincoln university was represented in the person of Dr . Josef Furth , Professor of Economics . He -presented a paper Wednesday morning , December 27 , whose theme was Trade Barriers in Central Europe . Although Dr . Furth ’ s paper was presented in the convention of the American Marketing Association , there were a’bout twelve other associations assembled at that identical time , Representing such groups as the American Economic Association , the American Statistical Association , the American Sociological Society , and the Tax Policy League , there was a total of eight hundred speakers from universities throughout the country constituting the joint meeting .
1940- - CENSUS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
1940- - CENSUS _- The 560 census - -distr Icts - _which correspond generally to congressional districts’ have beez ~ broken into enumeration d is t r , i c t s of which three , will be 143 _, 000 . Generally speaking , there _will ‘ be one enumerator in each - of these districts , -but in some regions one enumerator will cover more than one district . Therefore , about 121 , 000 enumerators will be used for the Population and Farm census . These enumerators , as well as clerks , stenographers , interpreters and other field workers , will not be selected until 1940 , They will ‘ be selected locally , Applicants should not write to Washington . They should await the opening of local offices which will be announced in the local newspapers , and then apply to the local office for application -blanks and general information concerning rates of pay , length of time the jo ’bs will last , et- ~ .
R ing Squad In Training [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
R ing Squad In Training The boxing and wrestling teams of Coach Jasper Turner are ready for the call to arms and legs ( if you will ) , according to the latest notices from Coach Turner , Most of last year ’ s champ io nship wrestling squad are in togs _~ ‘ nd are training for the season ’ s frays , The fistic portion of the team is also in good condition . Due to the number of freshmen who have exhibited talent , Coach Turner is -looking forward to a good season . Elimination bouts are on schedule for the early part of February .
Or izu Goes To Ohio State [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 16 January 1940
Or izu Goes To Ohio State Christopher N . Orizu , African student who temporarily renounced the chieftainship of the Ibe tribe of West Africa last January , to enroll at Lincoln University , recently left the institution to matriculate at Ohio State University . When he left Africa , he left the headship of his tribe in the hands of his brother until he shall have completed his education in America , where he intended to study economics and law .