Elephind.com contains 26,460 items from Lincolnian
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 7 October 1940
Angelo Masci TAILOR Dry Cleaning and Repai ring Oxford , Penna . Attention , Students _I Simon ’ s Men ’ s Store will suppl y all of your fall sport and dre ss needs . DRESS SHIRTS All’ Colors and Quality 98 c up Cama - Spun Sweaters $1 . 98 up Cama - Spun Sport Coats $1 . 98 - $2 . 98 Sport ‘ and Dress Slacks $1 . 98 up Mens ’ Hose — 25 c Samples 15 c up Shoes in all the latest fall styles — Black , Brown , and spor t styles—leather and crepe soles . $1 . 95 up _’SIMONS Men ’ s S : tore Oxford , ’ Pa
War Dep artm ent Adopts New Policy Towar d Negro On Demands Of Roosevelt [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
War Dep artm ent Adopts New Policy Towar d Negro On Demands Of Roosevelt Freshm en Come Res ult of Meeting With From Wide Area Negro Leaders Sept . 27 Washington , D . C . — President Roosevelt ordered the War Department today to put into effect immediately a policy providing that the services of Negroes will be utilized on a fair and equitable ‘ basis in the national defense program . Announcing the President ’ s action , Stephen Early , press secretary , said it followed a conference Mr . Roosevelt had September 27 th with Negro leaders and Secretary of the Navy , Knox , and Assistant Secretary of War , Patterson . Early said Patterson thereafter submitted a statement of policy which the President approved . It was given out at the White House thusly : It is the policy of the War Department that the services of Negroes will ‘ be utilized on a fair and equitable ‘ basis . In 1 _in _~ e with this policy , provision will ‘ be made as follows : 1 . The strength of the Negro personnel ...
139 Lincoinmen Register For Military Service Under U . S . Selective Service Act [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
139 Lincoinmen Register For Military Service Under U . S . Selective Service Act Second Negro Stamp Issued Washington , D . C— The second Negro stamp within a 6 month _I pe riod , will be issued • by the Post _I Office Department on October 20 . Postmaster General Frank C . Walker announced that the new _stami _) would be a three cent issue , and would be placed on sale at the Diamond Jubilee of Negro Progress to be held at the New York World ’ s Fair on that date . The stamp will mark the 75 th anniversary of the 13 th Amendment to the Constitution . Major R . R . Wright , Sr ., President of the Citizens &amp; Southern Bank and Trust Co ., Philadelphia , Pa ,, conceived the idea , The first Negro stamp to be issued was one of Booker T . Washington . Oxford Officia _l 5 Conduct Student Registratio ii In precincts , schools , basements , and all over the nation , the young manhood of America tramped to their respective places last Wednesday , and registered under the Selectiv...
Lincoln Faces Mo r gan In Crucial CIAA Grid Batt le In Wilmington [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
Lincoln Faces Mo r gan In Crucial CIAA Grid Batt le In Wilmington The Bear and the Lion will be at it ‘ again this afternoon , This time Lincoln ’ s roaring Lions will tackle Morgan ’ s growling Bears on the neutral Wilmington field in a continuation of one of the bitterest rivalries in the C . I . A . A . Coach Eddie Hurt has assembled one of the most potent gridiron squads in the brilliant football history of Morgan . The Baltimore eleven boasts a big , aggressive line ‘ and a speedy , well-balanced backfield . In their two engagements to date , Hurt ’ s boys have shown tremendous p o w e r . Reserve strength played a major part _‘ in the crushing . 51-0 defeat of the Miner Teachers . Last week , the mighty Bears humiliated Union ’ s Panthers with a 22-0 lacing . Hurt has a team composed of a nucleus of tried veterans and a liberal sprinkling of very promising freshmen . Jersey ’s annual _contri’bution to Morgan football ranks brings three outstanding freshmen performers , Jonatha...
MI SS LOUISE M . BOYER [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
MI SS LOUISE M . BOYER This year the Lincoln Univer . sity Nursery School is under thc capable leadership of Miss Louisc M . Boyer , of Philadelphia . _Misi Boyer comes to Lincoln from Marshallton Industrial School for Girls where she was director , both of Dramatics and the Junior Girls ’ Club , Miss Boyer received her high school education from Girls ’ High School , then completed her high school curriculum at Cheyney State Teachers College Besides taking _éxtehs ~~~ _‘ _i ~ ourse _~ i _ ~ t Tem ~ pie University and West Chester State Teachers College , Miss Boyer , wishing to broaden her intellectual scope , attended evening sessions in typing and shorthand at Central High School in Philadelphia , Specializing in kindergarten and primary grade work , Miss Boyer taught for five years in Eastern Shore , Md , She says , It is very important to get along with children , She is developing her nursery school on three distinct levels : the nursery , kindergarten , and first grade , This...
Student Speaks At Balto Forum [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
Student Speaks At Balto Forum On Sunday , October 13 , 1940 , Charles Okedas of the Sophomore Class delivered an address to the Young People of Grace Presbyterian Church , Baltimore , Maryla nd . The theme of the dedication was : To live most and to serve best , Fittingly Mr . Okedas chos _. as his subject : The Crime of Inj ustice . In his usual unassuming way , Mr . Okedas kept the audience spell-bound as he discussed his subj ect _from both a historical and sociological approach . He stated that the history of the world will show , that most if not all , of the differences between races and nations have been caused through the infliction of injustice of one race or nation upon the other . He led his audience to see how the present international upheavals were traceable to the inj ustice which had ‘ been perpetuated in the name of civilization—and as ‘ murder must out , ’ so the harvest has proven the type of seeds sown . After an impartial examination ( Continued on Page 2 )
SEMINARY HEAD SPEAKS ON FEAH [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
SEMINARY HEAD SPEAKS ON FEAH As the first guest chapel speaker of the school year the college chapel committee presented the Reverend John D . Mackay , president of Princeton Theological Seminary , on Sunday , October 13 . Dr . Mackay selected his text for the _mornidg message a passage from _Proverbs : The fear of the Lord is the ‘ beginning of wisdom . Fear in this passage , said Dr . Mackay , is not to be misinterpreted , It means respect , honor , and reverence for God . From such a ‘ fear ’ must emanate the true basis for earnest Christian living , Genius , intellect , wealth , and power all are meaningless without an adjustment between man and God , a réconciliation involving the ‘ essence of this redefined ‘ fear . ’ STILL AND HOLLAND SPEAK Instructors Ted ’ Still and Brud Holland were’ Chapel speükers Friday morning , October 18 , exhorting the IJincoln students to support the team .
Seniors Engage Male ‘ Chorus For Ph illy Concert [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
Seniors Engage Male ‘ Chorus For Ph illy Concert On Friday , November 8 , 1940 , the Senior Class will present the Lincoln University Male Chorus in concert in Philadelphia . This enterprise shows promise of great success . It will consist of several voice numbers along with an organ and a piano solo . This affair is a project of the senior class as a financial aid for their publication of the 1941 Lion , Franklin H . Williams is chairman of the prograth committee . He is asking for the full hearted support of all classes in this undertaking , Tickets may be secured from Franklin Williams or any member of the yearbook staff , A dance and reception will terminate the evening ’ s activities .
Lincoln Grad _‘ _Is Reserv e Officer [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
Lincoln Grad _‘ _Is Reserv e Officer Doctor D . Vernard Bradley , ‘ 31 , Philadelphia physician , after ‘ being refused a commission as a First Lieutenant in the U . S . Army ’ s Reserve Officers ’ Medical Corps on the grounds that enrollment of Negro physicians had been discontinued , was suddenly informed last week that his application had been accepted . With pressure brought by the Philadelphia ~ ‘ ribune , the Academy of Medical and Allied Sciences , apprised of the situation , acted immediately . While at Lincoln , Dr . Bradley was CIAA two-mile champion .
Reverend Rooks [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
Reverend Rooks On _Year ’s _, Le ’ aye The Reverend Shelby A 1 _’bright Rooks , ‘ 28 , Mrs . Susan D . Brown Professor of the English Bible , and Chairman of the Chapel Committee , has ‘ been granted a one year leave of absence to pursue graduate study in the field of religion , under a Fellowship of the Council on Social Action . As the LINCOLNIAN was going to press further details could not be had concerning who will replace Reverend Roods . President Wright is at present interviewing several prospective candidates .
HERV . JENKINS IN HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
HERV . JENKINS IN HOSPITAL Appendicitis has struck for the first time this year and as a result , the victim , G . Hervey Jenkins , ‘ 41 , is under observation at a Philadelphia hospital , At _’press ti me , reporters were unable to learn if an operation is pending . Mr . Jenkins was stricken on Sunday , October 13 th and became so violently Ill that the university physician was summoned . Upon arrival , Dr . Theodore Hawkins diagnosed the case as ‘ an acute attack of chronic appendicitis .
Fresh man Elections [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
Fresh man Elections The following officers were elected by the Freshman Class , Thursday night : president , Reuben A . Winston ; vice-president , Ludwall 0 . Perry ; treasurer , Morris DeLisser ; secretary , Nathan E . Seely ; student council representative , Robert M . Frazier ; chaplain , Matthew E . Gordon .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
THE LINCOLN I AN Published by the students of Lincoln University semi-monthly , during school year Member of Inter-Collegiate Press Association . Entered as second class matter at the Lincoln University Post Office , Lincoln University , Penna . BOARD OF EDITORS Editor-in-Chief Jesse _Gloster , ‘ 41 Mana ging Editor Geor ge TwIne , ‘ 42 Ne ws _hi _. _th tor Oswald Hoffler , ‘ 41 Feature Editor _I _. Newton Perry _, ‘ 41 Sports Editor James K . Baker , ‘ 41 Rewrite Editor Geor ge D . Cannon , ‘ 43 BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Business Manager Grant Shockley , ‘ 42 Circulation Manager Winston Douglas , ‘ 41 REPORTORIAL STAFF W . Garfield Wilkerson , ‘ 41 James Parker , ‘ 42 Judge Page , ‘ 43 Harold Pierce , ‘ 43 Henry Mitchell , ‘ 41 St . Julian D ~ Costa , ‘ 41 Glen _Fowlkes , ‘ 41 Roy Nichols , ‘ 41 Cleo Palmer , 41 TYPIST 3 . Vernon Daniels , ‘ 41 ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION $1 . 00 Mail all subscriptions to Winston Douglas , — Lincoln University , Penna , Volume XII . ‘ OCTOBER 19 , 1940 . Number ...
Book Review " The Big Sea " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1940
Book Review The Big Sea By Langston Hughes , ‘ 29 ( Alfred A . Knopf &amp; Sons ) Life is a ‘ big sea full of fish . Lower your net and pull . A mundane existence , a severe , money making father , life at Lincoln and the Negro Renaissance are all wrapped up in Langston Hughes ’ latest work , The Big Sea . It seems as _thou’gh Lincoln ’s famous son had nothing else to do at the time so he penned his autobiography . Taking you through his early teenhood in Cleveland , Mexico , and a nomadic existence . The Big Sea is good reading . The writer leads a precarious existence throughout much of his t ale , ‘ but he ’ accepts it in his usual carefree , modest manner . After a year at Columbia , he hies to sea . and reflecting on his new undertaking , and watching the placid sea unfold beneath him , he casts all his ‘ hooks into the sea . While seemingly enjoying his travels , he appraises the conditions in the world at all times contrasting America with Mexico and Europe . During h...