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and freedom to teach destroyed . Such a fate must not be decreed for ours . The University Community A few days ago Dean Wilson had a meeting of the cam -pus leaders at his home . Represented were : the four fra -ternities , Alpha Phi Alpha , Kappa Alpha Psi , Omega Psi Phi , and Phi Beta Sigma . Other organizations present were Beta Kappa Chi , the LINCOLNIAN , Student Coun -cil , " Y" Cabinet , Wessenschafts Verein , Debating , Dra -Junior and [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
and freedom to teach destroyed . Such a fate must not be decreed for ours . The University Community A few days ago Dean Wilson had a meeting of the campus leaders at his home . Represented were : the four fraternities , Alpha Phi Alpha , Kappa Alpha Psi , Omega Psi Phi , and Phi Beta Sigma . Other organizations present were Beta Kappa Chi , the LINCOLNIAN , Student Council , Y Cabinet , Wessenschafts Verein , Debating , DraJunior and matics , and the presidents of the Sophomore , , Senior Classes . These men are ’ indeed a cross section of student leadership here on the campus . The Student Council has outlined an ambitious program for the school year . They are atteempting are represent the student body once again , and become a potent force in formulating and moulding the life in the university . Too long has the Council been led by inept , lackadaisical men . Leadership reflects the tone and temper of most organizations . Is it any wonder why the Student ‘ Council has sunk to su...
Welcome , Freshmen and Lincoln Men With another school year upon us , the LINCO’LNIAN welcOmes to the campus freshmen , new students and Lincoln Men . In June we left the campus with the Nazis hammering the French . Today we return and see them pounding the British , with the battle of Britain still undecided . Today youth is confused and bewildered . The world scene shifts [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
Welcome , Freshmen and Lincoln Men With another school year upon us , the LINCO’LNIAN welcOmes to the campus freshmen , new students and Lincoln Men . In June we left the campus with the Nazis hammering the French . Today we return and see them pounding the British , with the battle of Britain still undecided . Today youth is confused and bewildered . The world scene shifts fast and shifts madly . For the freshmen , eventful days are ahead of you . These days call for strong men ; men who are well versed in their chosen field ; men Who are unafraid to step out from the rabble and assume responsibility and leadership . The grounds of Lincoln and its hoary walls give you a spirit which is peculiar to Lincoln Men . If you tend towards the rabble , you will sink to its level of mediocrity , but if you have the foresight to realize that this is The Great Adventure , you will master yourself , and become a leader of men . Yes , today does call for strong men . But you cannot master others...
- - The lights are going out all over Europe , and here in America we see the dawn of impending things to come . You must have great stamina of mind and body to with -stand the pressing problems of these hectic times . So pre -pare yourselves , FRESHMEN , and prepare yourselves well . _Introspection ( Editor ’ s Note : —Because of the significance of this edi -torial it has b ’ een lifted from the Oct . 7 th issue of 1939 . ) To do’their work in this day and age and to fulfill their [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
- - The lights are going out all over Europe , and here in America we see the dawn of impending things to come . You must have great stamina of mind and body to withstand the pressing problems of these hectic times . So prepare yourselves , FRESHMEN , and prepare yourselves well . _Introspection ( Editor ’ s Note : —Because of the significance of this editorial it has b ’ een lifted from the Oct . 7 th issue of 1939 . ) To do’their work in this day and age and to fulfill their responsibility to our democratic way of life our universities must be left free , as the pioneer was free , to explore new regions and report upon what they find , Can the university lose step with life and accept the command , Mark time , just to insure its own security and perpetuation ? The pioneers of our states did not accept such doctrine . They asked the universities to seek truth where
it might be found , in the fields , the f orests , the laboratories [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
it might be found , in the fields , the f orests , the laboratories and libraries and in the hearts and minds of men , The march of events and of time has carried our universities from the world of the western frontier to the complex and vastly different world of today . They have grown ; they have adapted themselves to change ; ‘ they have met challenges that could scarcely have been forseen , There are dark shadows over the world ; there are universities that are hollow shells , with freedom of inquiry
Linc oln Upsets Highly Touted Shaw Bears , 13 . 0 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
Linc oln Upsets Highly Touted Shaw Bears , 13 . 0 Pigskin thuds are drowning out German bombs and congressional debates as King Football swings back to its annual position in American affairs . The Colored Intercollegiate Athletic Association teams promise to show a brand of gridiron finesse not yet seen in Negro football circles . With an obvious determination to acquire the best players via the popular route of material persuasion , four North Carolina member institutions of the CIAA will undoubtedly make a real bid for Conference honors . The Western representative , Bluefield , must be reckoned with as the Big Blue ’ s defensive powers is a perennial ‘ by-word among the twelve other colleges of the conference . North Carolina State , A . &amp; P ., Johnson C . Smith , and Shaw all have squads to take the gridiron crown of 1940 in to the South . The old war horses , Morgan and Virginia State , have good reasons to feel a bit insecure about their positions at CIAA football...
Lincoln Ur iversit y Football Roster ; 1940 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
Lincoln Ur iversit y Football Roster ; 1940 Germantown Bows To Lin coln , 31-0 _Name _, , ‘ _d _ee _,, _W’ * , Baker , Ja _mes Sen . 140 Ball , J ames Fr . 160 Bell , Robert Fr . 175 Eavans , Eugene Fr . 185 Bever _) : y _, _Russell Jun . 180 Brown . Frank Fr , 150 Burnett , _Wil liam _Jun . 1 _( 5 Chamberlain , Chai’lea Fr , 160 Coill ngtOn , James F _, _’ . 100 Cooper , Cliff _ord Fr . 180 Costa , Manuel Soph , 185 Daniels , Frank Fr . 170 _DeLisser , Mor _i’is Fr . 180 Bogs , Robert Sen . 155 Glover , Woodr ow Soph , 100 Groce , Marshall Fr . _100 Henry , Nelson Fr . 170 Hunter , William Soph . 180 Jackson , Charles Fr . 150 Jones , Kenneth Fr . 156 Joseph , John Soph , 162 Jone s , Willard Fr , 170 Kilson , Charles _F’i ’ . 165 King , Benj amin Ju n . 155 Lewis , _, _lames Sen . 198 Lott , Stafford Fr , 175 Maddox , Edward Soph . 190 Mailiet , Arnold Fr . 180 Manuel , Nathan . Fr . 183 Massey , Elmer Fr , 1 ( _10 Monroe , _Sam uel Fr . 105 Moon , Wesley Fr . 180 Moore , Marcus ,...
Freshmen To Bolster Lions [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
Freshmen To Bolster Lions Vacation was finished for Lincoln University football players as they swung into fall practice on Monday , September 9 th . Lincoln ’ s football squad is faced with the necessity of replacing almost a score of last year ’ s men , who graduated and others that have failed to return to school this year . Nearly all the gridders that reported to Coach Rivero to start practice Monday at nine o ’ - clock were freshmen . These new gridders were eager to get going on the gruelling training program which they must undergo to round them into a squad formidable enough to meet the challenge of Shaw University on October 5 th . Five other major rivals must ‘ be met before the curtain ‘ is rung down on the season at Washington , D . C . As the season grows near there are numerous absentees among the lettermen , notable Perry Honey , Lew Harris , ends ; Ted Dur ant , Sal Brown , and Lionel Martin , tackles ; Herb Norris ( Captain ‘ 39 ) and Kenneth Lee , guards ; Russell...
Grid Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
Grid Schedule With five CIAA tilts and two non-conference games scheduled for this season , the Orange and Blue grid warriors will play their smallest number of games in recent years . Beginning with two newcomers , Shaw and West Virginia State , the Lions will trade tackles with the Morgan bear in their third encounter of the season . The annual inter-county game with Cheyney follows the Morgan fray , Hampton will be the sacrificial lamb for homecoming on Novemher 2 , and Union will be the last game before the Thanksgiving game in Washington with the traditional Howard foe . 1940 Football Schedule Oct 5—Shaw University Raleigh , N . C . Oct . 12—West Virginia State College , Home Oct . 19—Morgan State College , Wilmington , Del , Oct . 26—Cheyney State Teachers Cheyney , Pa , Nov . 2—Hampton Institute , Homecoming Nov . 9—Virginia Union Uni versity , Richmond , Va Nov . 21—Howard University , Washington , D . C
STUDENT COUNCIL OUTLINE S PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
STUDENT COUNCIL OUTLINE S PROGRAM ( Continued From Page 1 ) Appeals and will sit as a jury to _advise and correct non-coopera-tive students with the Faculty C o m m itt e e as its enforcing agency . Concluding his remarks , Mr . Nichols made an urgent appeal for student cooperation . The chapel service was closed by the singing of the Alma Mater ,
HON _) R MEN 1939 _. 1940 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
HON _) R MEN 1939 _. 1940 Music Department Gives Symphonie s Glee Club ’ : ‘ _Plani _, Tour SENIOR CLASS First Group Paul Henry Jackson Second Group James Franklin Bourne , Vernon Victor Brock , Jr ., Salathiel Nero Brown , Charles David Bull , Charles Irwin Daniels , _Can ton Eric Ford , Floyd George Harris , William Orrensy Hull , Francis LaFenus Hutchins , Francis Trevanion Jamison , Jr ., Caesar Lawrence Marshall , Joseph ‘ Harold Nichols , J . Howard Payne , Jr ., John P . Predow , John Coleridge Tracey . JUNIOR CLASS First Group Bayles Dabney Fox Second Grou p James Keaton Baker , James Benton , James Llonza Bryant , St . Julian DeCosta , Jr ., Winstan Alexander Douglas , Glen Claebourne Fowlkes , Julian Ira Gilham , Jesse Edward Gloster , Oswald Warrington Hoffler , Wilfrid Aloysius James , Hansen A . B . Jones-Quartey , Lynon Jacob Knight , Felix Itzvan Lindo , Henry Heywood Mitchell , _III _, Edward Kingston Nichols , Jr ., Isaac Newton Perry , Jr ., Philip Swann Randolph ,...
Beta ‘ Kappa Chi [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
Beta ‘ Kappa Chi For many years Beta Kappa Chi Honorary Scientific Society ‘ has existed on the campus of Lincoln University , Despite this long existence , membership in this society ‘ has been low consistently during later years . Perhaps the reason for this is due to the ignorance of incoming students of such an organization and its high scholastic requirements and the purpose for which it stands . For this reason , the members of Beta Kappa Chi wish to let the student body , particularly Freshmen and transferred students who intend to major in the sciences , know the requirements which must be satisfied before a student is eligible for membership . The requirements are as follows : 1 . The student should have completed at least thirty ‘ hours of work in Biology , Chemistry , Physics or _Mathem atics , and must have a major in one of these courses , 2 . The student should have completed five semesters of work at the University . 3 . The student should have made a group average in...
New Doctor Is Well Equipped [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
New Doctor Is Well Equipped Lincoln University ’ s most strategic spot for ailing , broken down Lincoln men is the Dispensary in Rendall Hall Basement , The _m an that the Administration has put there is Theodore Hawkins , M . D . At 31 , square-jawed , good-look-ing Doctor Hawkins is just the man with the qualifications that the University likes . Rabble doesn’t - bother ‘ him ; sprains , dislocations , and colds don ’t faze him —his skill is tops by medical standards . He was graduated from Orange , New Jersey , high school , and then matriculated at Lincoln for his undergraduate work in medicine . In 1931 , he was graduated from Lincoln and continued his studies in medicine at Meharry Medical School where he acquired his M . D . in 1937 . He interned at Freedman Hospital in Washing- ‘ ton , D . C ., and returned to Meharry where he completed graduate work in surgery at Hubbard Hospital . From there he comes to us at Lincoln , and he may be sure that he has the goodwill and the wh...
30 Delegat es Will , Be At Conferen ce [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
30 Delegat es Will , Be At Conferen ce Five years ago Dean Howard Thurman of Howard University _atid Dean Frank T . Wilson of Lincoln University conceived the idea of gathering delegates from the two universities to discuss vital problems along religious lines . The first conference took place at Howard University in 1935 and has alternately taken place between Howard and Lincoln . This year it will ‘ be ‘ held at Howard , during the week- end of November _15-17 . Dr . Paul Lehman , of Elmhurst College , Massachusetts , is to ‘ be the main speaker . The theme of the conference will ‘ be THE STAKES OF CHRISTIAN YOUTH IN THE WORLD CRISIS . This theme is to ‘ be tackled from various angles , including the political , economic , and social angles . The BurkeWadsworth bill is to play ‘ a great part in the discussions . Among the vital questions will be What alternatives can be used in evading the Burke-Wadsworth Bill ?—and _ Theoreticaly has religion any value ? —and What effect will the...
Bishop ~ Wright Aids Ro seve 1 t [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
Bishop ~ Wright Aids Ro seve 1 t CHICA GO — _Senator Scott W . Lucas , Chairman of the Midwestern Region for the Democratic National Committee , today announced that Bishop R . R . Wright of Wilberforce , Ohio , had been prevailed upon to head the Colored Division for the purpose of reelecting President Roosevelt . The ‘ bishop , who came to Chicago in response to a telephone call from Senator Lucas , said : When _I met Senator Lucas the other day _I had no idea for what purpose he wanted to confer with me . But when he disclosed that he wanted me to help re-elect Mr . Roosevelt ; I felt it was the call of duty . For President Roosevelt is , to my mind , the greatest president since Lincoln . I can conceive no greater calamity in a a political way that could befall our people than to put Mr . Roosevelt’ out this time . _ I said I would serve , with the distinct understanding that I receive no salary , that I be permitted to contribute what time I can spare from my ecclesiastical dut...
Work Year Plan [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
Work Year Plan New Innovation This year marks the inauguration of what has been commonly referred to as the student work year plan . Under this system , students who ordinarily would not be able ‘ to return to school because of financial difficulties will be allowed the privilege of working on the campus _c ~ full time employees of the University . At present there are nine students engaged ; two in the refectory , four in the library , one physician’s assistant , one in the Coffee Shop , one to supervise the cleaning of halls and lavatories . These full time men are required an amount of work equivalent to a 40 hour working week . Along with the privilege , these stu dents may take six hours of classroom work . However , the year will not count toward residence requirements .