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Fr ~ t ~ _rnity _‘; _Prog _~~ ns [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
Fr ~ t ~ _rnity _‘; _Prog _~~ ns Educational Series- ‘ ‘ _- _- - in Daily Chapel : — April 9-12—Kappa Alpha Psi . April 30—May 3—Phi ‘ Beta Sigma . May 7-10—Alpha Phi Alpha . Sunday Afternoon Public Meetings : — April 14—Kappa Alpha Psi . April 21—Omega Psi Phi . May 12—Alph a Phi Alpha . ‘ May 19—Phi Beta Sigma . ’ Dances : — April 12—Kappa Alpha Psi . April 19—Omega Psi Phi . May 3—Phi Beta Sigma . May 11—Alpha Phi Alpha . These dates are _- _- granted and preliminary arrangements may ‘ be made with the understanding that the distribution of dance dates in 1940-41 will be as follows : During the first semester dances will -be sponsored by the Kappa Alpha Psi and Omega Psi Phi fraternities . During the second semester dances will be sponsored by the Alpha Phi Alpha and Phi Beta Sigma fraternities . it is understood that these groups may combine their dances in either semester but dances originally scheduled for the fall may not be combined with dances orginally scheduled in the spr...
Debate--Team _‘ _- ~ - _- Holds , Tr youts [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
Debate--Team _‘ _- ~ - _- Holds , Tr youts ( Continued From Page 1 ) ed . Jack C . Tracey , senior member of t-he Varsity Debatj ng team , presided as chairman and Professors Hill a ~ d Lee of the , English department acted as critic ’ judges . The 1 ast _tn a 1 _- debate , was held on the subject , ResOlved : That the United States GOverninent is Justified _‘ _iii th _’ ~ Establish- • _i ~ ent of ~ the Non-Combat Area as _-Agreed---- _’ i ’ n __ _th _, _p _, _~~ 0 ~~~~ _en _~ , _~ . _! _’ ~~~ n ~~~~ hi p _&lt; of ~ t _) ~ e 4 ~~ rsity Team will _‘ be decided after this next-- trial debate . _- _- Debate _- agreements are being drawn up ‘ by the _- Varsity Squad with Virginia _-- State , _- Virginia Union , Howard University , St . Joseph ’ s , Juniata , Moravian , Albright , N . Y . U ., Haverford , and Western Maryland .
OMEGA PHI PSI ELECTS OFF ICERS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
OMEGA PHI PSI ELECTS OFF ICERS _- ( Continued From Page 1 ) as chairman of the publicity committee . The new Keeper of the Peace and Chaplain are Milton Pearcy and Reginald Benn , succeeding Perry Honey and Oswald Hoffler , respectively , - _- During the past year Beta chapter ‘ celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary , and also presented the Omega- Glee - Club’ of Epsilon Chapter of New York . Beta Chapter is planning to ‘ have the Glee Club sing at Lincoln again during the current year and among other _- things in _- its- program for the- new year is the presentation _-of the , Walker Memorial Medal and a number of’ outstanding speakers to -the student body . _- _ . _-
’-TIME OUT by Bull and Twine [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
’-TIME OUT by Bull and Twine ERNIE YOUNG is a sure fire bet to _be _all-C . I . A . A . Even on his off-nights he is good for more than 10 points . In the Virp ginia State game he scored 13 points . This shows clearly his efficiency . He completely baffled t h e spectators down at Howard when he had a field day scoring 20 points and -he shared the bulwark of- _- Lincoln ’ s defense against an outclassed -Howard quintet . PERRY HONEY is _- one of the best floor generals that we have seen on a _bas _. _cetball court , including professional teams . TED DUR 4 NT is the rabble ’ s -choice - with -all of his clever handling , of the ‘ ball . He is quite _- proficient in tak-ing balls off the _bacl ~ board also . _- BILL HUNTER is the backboard ac ~ -of the team ~ Along with his retrieving prowess , he is very fast in bringing the ball down , court _. In , several games he -has shown an ability to make _- set shots . _,, _- _‘ We ~ have _nearci- many — comments about AL WAREHAM- being a b...
Boxers Pre p For C . I . A . A . M eet At Howard U . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
Boxers Pre p For C . I . A . A . M eet At Howard U . -Coach Jasper Turner led his flock down to the gym on Tuesday , January 30 , and with the assistance of his number one manager , Palmer Hunt , pulled out the old dusty ‘ boxing gloves and sweat -suits , distributed them and then instructed each candidate to fight to his heart ’ s content . Believe it or not , the boys have been fighting ever since . Due to their steady activity , the gloves are no longer stiff and dusty , ‘ but are rather -slick and’ greasy as a result of the perspiration absorbed by them during these hard and strenuous workouts . Among the present members of the Cauliflower Club are a few veterans of last year ’ s championship team . The most distinguished of these are Lawrence Cagney Harris , Langster Eel Webber , and Benny Shrimp King ; all of whom are C . I . A . A . wrestling champions of the 125 , 35 , and 45 pound divisions respectively . - Due to very tough breaks in the ‘ 39 tournament , we had to be ’ sa...
Lions Defeat Union ; Ernie _- Youn g P 1 ay ~ Super Game [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
Lions Defeat Union ; Ernie _- Youn g P 1 ay ~ Super Game An undefeated Panther five came , saw and was conquered . Yes , the mighty Union University team invaded the lair of the Lincoln Lion in quest of victory , but when Perry Honey and company went to work , the case for Union took a drastic turn for the worse . The final score was 43 to 30 in favor of Lincoln . Union University had a record of nine victories and no defeats prior to the game and Lincoln had a record of eight victories and one defeat , including a victory over the strong Ohrbach’s Department Store team from New York ( A . A . U . champs ) . When the final whistle blew , the records -had been altered to read Union 9 won and 1 lost , Lincoln 9 won and ~ lost , Ernie Young played his usual brilliant offensive game , and in the _secon d half , - he practically -bottled the famous Soup Campbell . Perry Honey proved himself to -be one of the -best defensive men in the C _, I . A , A . throughout the game and on several o...
State _- Falls ’ _- Before Lions [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
State _- Falls ’ _- Before Lions Lincoln definitely established itself as a championship threat by narrowly vanquishing Va . State ’ s quintet , 51-50 , in one of- the most thrilling and largely attended ‘ basketball games seen here since 1936 . With the spectators lining the court and the- packed gymnasium throbbing with excitement , the two teams waged one of the roughest frays of the season . The Trojans snatched the lead in the opening minutes , _witli Brown , a speedy , sharp-shooting forward , dazzling the Lion guards with his f lashy pot- -shots , and scoring no less than 18 points in the first half . The shooting and passing of the Lincoln dri’b-blers was decidedly off in this period , and at one time they were nine points behind the Virginians . The second half was faster and rougher and displayed the Trojans hanging on selfishly to a slim lead right up to the closing minutes . The Lincoln machine appeared’ to be better oiled this period and was aided in its cause considera...
LIONS SINK HOWARD FIVE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
LIONS SINK HOWARD FIVE The Lions hung up their eighth victory of the season against one defeat when they travelled to Washington to put a final quietus on our arch-rival ’ s championship cry ‘ by ‘ the score of 57-41 . Handicapped by the s m a 11 court and the early persistency of the _- Howard zone defense , the Lions got off to a very slow start and _- were trailing 5- to 0 before two minutes of ‘ pla _~ ’ had -elapsed . _-They so ~ _n’broke’ - _lntl ~ ‘ the ~~~ _ting _eo _4 _un ~ _n’ with tw ~ baskets tallied on- the rebound ‘ by ‘ Bill , . H , unter , and ‘ had chalked up ten points in short order before Howard called time . It was Lincoln all the way in from this point , however , with Deke Young and Streak Wareham enjoying a field day . At the half , Lincoln was leading 27 to 17 . In the second half the Lions continued their scoring rampage with every man scoring . Ernie Young was at his ‘ best shooting form of the year . Time and again he deceived the Howard guards to ring th...
Basketeers Split On . Soü thern Tour [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
Basketeers Split On . Soü thern Tour _, _Afte _’ _~ er ~ _tr ~~~~~ ng ~ _Nortlt Ca ~ _brinä’A ~ T ; 4 ~ -25 ; _‘ onihe home court , Saturday ,. January- 20 , - -the Lincoln Lions went on a brief southern tour and broke even in two games . Coach Bernard ’ s Aggie five handed the Lions their first defeat of the season , 47-32 , at Greensboro , J a n u a r y 29 . Hampton was taken - easily , 57-34 , on the Pirates’ - floor , two days later , _- In the first encounter with A&amp;T , Lincoln was at top form both on offense -and defense . While Ernie Young and Alton Wareham -took care of most of the scoring for the Lions , the complete Lion five spread -out a zone defense which proved practically impregnable . Young collected 16 points with Wareham garnering 13 markers . On the Aggies’ own floor , however , the story was quite—differ .- ent . With Higgins and Lefty Evans leading the scoring barrage for A&amp;T , the North Carolina quintet went -into a ninepoint half-time l...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
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Mr . Youth Goes to Washi _i gton [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
Mr . Youth Goes to Washi _i gton ( Continued From Page 1 ) only youth leader given time while we were on the national radio hook-up and he brought up many _- issues _- in regards _tO óivil liberties and lynching which were almost totally evaded ‘ by U . S . Att ’ y Gen . Robert H . Jackson who immediately followed him on the program and who used our time for a Democratic campaign speech , The use of espionage and subterfuge against labor -by the government was also discussed as an infringement on civil liberties , The Dies Committee investigation was cited as a very outstanding example of infringement on civil liberties and condemned -by all . The use of money for national guardsmen to clear the roads of evicted t ’ enant farmers and families of transient agricultural workers , instead of money for food for them was also condemned . Many were ‘ brought to realize that much is being done to suppress liberal thought in this country and it was thought that this money and effort could w...
_H-ig-ht-igi- -ts -Of _- _, Sp _orts [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
_H-ig-ht-igi- -ts -Of _- _, Sp _orts _- By John W . Thomas , ‘ 40 The C , I . A , A . surprise player of the year is- -New York’s Alton Wareham , sophomore sharpshooter . He has been one of the most -consistent players on the squad this season ‘ by producing in the pinches , and averaging more than 9 points a game . His fast-breaking a n d _down-cOurt -shooting is reminiscent of the days of Pree , Ballard , and Henderson . The mid-winter C , I , A . A . meeting again resulted in an antiLincoln convention , with the Southern officials and coaches doing everything but requesting our resignation . These were the decisions with direct bearing on Lincoln : ( 1 ) The Howard-Lincoln classic declared no-contest . Lincoln has been criticized at every turn for the poor handling of a crowd which was as foreign to us as it was to Howard , yet not a word was stated concerning the putrid officiating at the same game . ( 2 ) Lincoln was given a booby grid -schedule composed of teams who consented ...
Professor Williams Is Science Club Lectur er [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
Professor Williams Is Science Club Lectur er Professor LeRoy Williams was presented as the first lecturer for the new science club , Wissenschaft Verein ( The Society of Science ) . He gave a very interesting lecture and demonstration with slides on the work which he conducted in England this past summer . - After the lecture the club held its first formal meeting and Aaron Peters , vice-president , presided in the absence of the president , Vernon Brock . The club is to meet ‘ bi-monthly and its mem’bers are composed of all science majors who wish to become active . The purpose of the club is ‘ twofold ; namely , for the advancement of science on the campus and the raising of standards in the science department . At the next meeting , Professor Norman Gaskins of the Chemistry Department will deliver another lecture on a scientific subject , The officers elected are Vernon Brock , president ; Aaron Peters , vice-president ; Charles Bull , recording secretary ; Winston Douglass , cor...
Alph a Phi Alpha Installs Officers [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
Alph a Phi Alpha Installs Officers Roy Nichols ‘ 41 of Philadelphia was installed as President of NU chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity on the second Tuesday in January . He succeeds Jack C . Tracey ‘ 40 of New York . The following chapter officers were also installed : Grant S . Shockley , vice-president ; William Land , recording secretary ; Jesse E , Gloster , corresponding secretary ; Peter J . Smith , treasurer ; James K . Baker , assistant treasurer ; John N . Doggett , Jr ., parliamentarian ; Glenn Fowikes , associate editor to Sphinx ; Conrad W . Smith , chaplain ; George Blackwell , sergeant-at-arms . NU chapter is making a thorough study of the general principles by which the existence and functioning of fraternities on the campus shall be governed . The results of this study shall -be embodied in recommendations to the inter-fraternal group which is working on the formation of an Inter-Fraternal council ,
Delegate Reports _- Minn . Meetin g [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 24 February 1940
Delegate Reports _- Minn . Meetin g ( Continued From Page 1 ) the Congress and how they impressed him . He spoke highly of the work of Harper Poulson of the International Student Service , Frances Williams of the American Youth Congress and Mary Jeanne McKay of the National Student Federation of America . These student leaders seemed to embody the spirit of progressive American Youth . The Finnish war was stressed in his report and he indicated that the Congress voted against aid to Finland because of the fact that such action would tend to embroil the United States in the war hysteria of Europe .