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 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
RAPIDLY AT RANDOM . . . . tIme soph ion ion’es ca _lui mu _thii ’oumg _-hi as th _u _~ s _. _d e _pa n _’L m _uu e m u _f _-p m ’ecliete d . . . . _-ui ec _ium ‘ -se , time l ’ _u ’eezi nn-g wea _th en- _~ _vui s _im ns lm ’u _u-uu i e _nI _iLi l iui k i _lh _iun g’ tIme 5 _i _1 ) _Ii ’If of’ _Ili _um _pro _P s . . _. . _‘ L ’ i _mn Ne al coy — cu ed _hitui _s-ell ’ ‘ w _ith g-lan ’y in t _h at ( 30 you _’d _mciii al ’ _his . . .. it _w’aS _ui ta ( l e possible l ) y _I hue excelle _n t im _u t _i _i’l’cu ’ _euuco _all om ’c lec _i by h is clas s—una [ _us T 3 i _’own , also l _laye dh a . hang— u-p ga iuu o imu _[ _Imm ~ bc-ckif ’ _ield b-on ’ [ he vie Lou’s . . . . in [ hue _hit _u e , Ri l ey _suuap r ’iscdh _lii au _self ’ wit h t _h e c-ecu n’a-cy a much t l i _ii _e _fll cacy c-I hi is _La ch _rl es . . . _Ci o l dsb l i mo was the n’e nl spar -hr ping _at ’ blu e sop _h i oaior’c _ior’wri r’d wall . . . . lie heat a regular tattoo om u Prep Log _-atu ’ s _lieacl ~ U _m ’ _h i...
WITH THE RABBLE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
WITH THE RABBLE By George _Pol’ter _Des-pu te _itt _y _s-elm-cu ! _-s-p-m i t , i was un- mi-bile to a _t-tcmn cf -I-li e _Atlantic _Ci ty ga -un o . _‘ _I’ii _ii _‘ n _nm b ; b I-c ’’ wa-s _i-lu _-w e in _Lore- _a , audi a-ecor ’cl i _lirg [ _0 a _hI _m’ep’om ’ [ _a , a-u t- -c-lu eon ’ ccl [ hu e B i _ sian c-u _tnt _-i mm-ge-n u t , re ll ec-timug - crc-cl-it art [ hu e -work of’ _itech-cI , _Ph _ini [ on , and 13 _e _tv ~ . Hive m y-out- c -wilt a _wa-s ipm’cs cut , a-h th e _dum mice , pr aise d [ li e _‘‘ tum ’ _, ch m—ing - ’’ of ’ - Time Om ’ _lum muho ’’ , ami d [ be _La rip-s ri aim or e-un tm’ _-avc ’ _-s tri es u-f’ ‘‘‘ _l’hm e ( _~ _uliau-dle _. ’’ A -g _lo at deal _-c-f _i raise i ~ clum _e _hi’ , _firm-in _ami-di -his - as-soci—-mi t e s _10-i’ _th _ai n’ great pi . _’o-nuuto-ria l _‘ _r-ff or ts . _On [ lie _nig ’ _huit of [ hue 23 rd , Monday , to _be exact - , _I to-ok -a -fa’i ; p a c -moss tli ~ ‘‘ Dcs-en ’t ’’ , and _[ It o s-a _mi-uhis we-i c wa-cm , to state i...
OUR SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
OUR SCHOOLS Fr om the Cr _isis _- _‘ The National _l 3 aarcl- af Medical _Exaiuu inors _niuno utnees that _s’i _’ ~ Mc _lm am ’ -ry stuidents -wh o too-k _I a-f blu e I 3 oar ’ _cI exam inatmons Ic-fi t Jimmie - passcd l succes sfull y- _‘ an’d that Mr . William L . _Sii . lca [ t _, re r ceiv ed the highest grade a [ taine _’ fh -in i ? _hysiobogy . An oth er _Mehiar ~ s- [ undea [ , _Wihlm a-rn N . 1-J arpet ’ , wä ~ pl aced six th h ighest among _[ h _~ u To-n _1-1-onor _Mcmi , with a gener ’ ~ l average of 91 . 17 . Five h-und-r-e ~ and ninety — three - mne clueal stu—demuts [ hire - ugh a-cut [ 1 _) e United -S tates and Canada took [ he ex 1-c-mi n a [ loris , _- * * * Beginning next sonuesten ’ , _Lin L coIn Universi t y offer ’s its first cocurse in Ne-gra I-Ii ~ t _ory . It will he given by -: Prof . Bcnj a mnin N . A _~ . iki we . * * * Unde r [ he terms c-f a will- he f t by _1-hue h ate Dr . Lucy _ii _. M _otot ~ , -I ’ _an’nicr prin _Cipal u-f Miner _Not ~ - m al Sch oo...
CHAPE L RECEIVES NEW HYMNALS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
CHAPE L RECEIVES NEW HYMNALS ‘ _Pwo _hiuac _l r’c-cl corp-los- of’ - [ he New _l-1-y-umi _-n-a h _,,, _j cm st . _, _PUb _lu i _Shi _, _edi - by - [ -lie i _-m’esIhD _3 _it . e _c-i-c-mi _( _flu-cur -c-hi , wer e pr-è—-semuted to [ ho University at tb-c Su mu _dliay _nuol ’n-i mu g’ service on No—-vc-mnhc _-n’ 2-8 , by [ Ito Reverend \\ 7 r _1 _, _il _iamu u Oh c-I _itt _m’s Cove , ’ f _, , ox-c-cu—-live s-een ’e-tam ’y -of’ [ hue Board of _( _flu-ri-s _[ ian _Li _) _di-luna-ti urn . _Di’ . ‘ Covert , in li-i-s rlur _es-enb -a _lion address , do—so i ’ _iba cb hilt e- i mill mien c-c and place ~ _v-hu _iclu LIm e _me w -h-y _uuu n b-oak shm-au _ld h-ave in _acm _’ cull -eg o ech o cation , ‘ _Phie _imy-utim i s , _b _. c sic-ic _! , were the cm’y-s-tal-i zccl hi situ n’y and exp or—-ic-rice oui - [‘ li e Chris [ maui _-Ch-uro-Iu thu _i’oicuglt au-I time ages- , arid the s in-g im i -g- of ’ - [ _Imese _hynim is- ‘ w ~ il ~ l _liii n-g’ [ _hi e _-s tim ci emits into _COIL [ a _, _~ i...
STUDENT S IN TR AIN WRECK [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
STUDENT S IN TR AIN WRECK JOSEPH ANDERSON _- One of tit e Le _eder s of C _lass of ‘ 35 Four s _1-u _d onu ts- escaped _P osisib _he _cl-cc--tb at 3 : 1-5 _a ’ , _chiaciik Monday , Novembe r ’ 27 , wh en- tiu _cir auf . o—uui oh lie _wa s s trac i c by 1 w-a [ ca-ins ami _d die-m u oh s-h _ccl at _Iii e h-Elm i-ru sbi ’cet grade crossing’ of ’ the Bc -I—iimii -ore amu ci _Ohu ii-o _Il a _ll ro _tu _cl , at _N-cwa c-k , _-N-e-wa-m’ic _11 ) 011 c-c u’ c -po n t thu -a t 1-li e ai . i to mu oh il- _c- _whu _ic-lu w a s being cl _n’ivemn _by _( _-hu ’ovem _’ -C . _I-iawley , 24 ycam-s i _a-Id , ‘‘ _i ’ -a-ced ’’ a , \ Vcst , _haim n _dl I _i-gih m- [ _lcu _c-omo-t-ive _I-u lie _crosishu g ’ ami _d 1-lie _l ’ _i’onu t of it ~ _va-s- _strut c-k by thu-c en _gino _. P a [ _p a-I-rn an- _Ei _iihil , _-oil’ Newark p-u — lice , _WI _1-mu-esis-e _, ch _I-h e cn’as- _It _ci _n ch _m’a-mu . to [ li-c wrecke d alit to . I-Ic cx—I _, _ri c-a-ted- blu e f-u-u r ma en _b cit bcfou’c [ hi-c wu’ec-k _...
ABOLITION SOCIETY CELEBRATES HUN -- DREDTH ANNIVERSA RY [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
ABOLITION SOCIETY CELEBRATES HUN- - DREDTH ANNIVERSA RY On Deccrnb er _0 , [ he American Ami-tu _ _iS-layer ~ Society _oum -m imemor—-a-ted i-is 100 th - anniversary . _- The _di _slinet relations a-f this - body _to Li _mico _ln Um _ui veu _- sity aught to -, bc of -s pe c- iah interest to s-Indent s . _it- h as hefm ’ieuu-ded _i [ ho inst itut -i-a _lm _cmi _uii am i-y cr- r u e - ic - h occasions , _Phi’i ~ _s-oc-ip [ y was fin _’sr _[ s t-acted in _-183-2 in Bo ~ - [ _o-n , unsuccessfully . _Adl er unaui y _efforts a nuoe [ ing _wa ~ fin-all y calle r ! -on December- - ~~~ , -1-833 , by- Wi _lhi c-nu Lloyd Garrison , ami d on D _0 _cernb -er _0 , of ’ [ hu e s-a-th _h yec -u ’ , [ li e Declaration of _-Pr _ia ~ — _01 _1 _) -los ’’ draw n _np at [ li e home of James- _McCruui i _uuuil -l , a _- _Neigrd , was a cl-oiptod . _- _/ The work of [ he society _wa ~ very _cR eative _dlur in-g the _s- _[ _renu _1 ~ _au -s days- _au slavery . In _Phi iiadehip _hu ia alone , [ li e Vigilanc...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
Soviet _J’ _[ _urs-s i ~ a has- _ag’ain _talceri he 1-end . A \ V ’on ’ld —\ _V-ide News Cor _’n-cs ~ _p’oum- _ch _munt _flu nd _is it [ he -only u rn [ harm ~ vi l _, _l m- [ mut e sex _ec ~ ua _ii ty . _1 _dm e fo-l-I owiuu _-g tbu _ur igs ar- c poi n ted -out 1 : _‘ _i _, ’lua . t dim r ’ i _mu-g [ li e per’iad of ge-sib a _lu -an a _mmcl ‘ Jar s-cm-c tinu c at ’ — -ben ’ b lu e birth of a child- , a wou _uua mu is _lb e ga osit of b-lie tic- tianu ; [ h _al _Iwo _mia _mi _tlu s he-fore , and at leash thu i-ce _mui onm-t-l u s n-fh _, _em _’ , [ lie _cnp oc [—- mmiii _, m im-ot h em ’ _wims l ) -cn _SiO t _iC d _, thi n-f hum _na u n-lag - c , _[ hue womiian- _mn-ny _Jo _Ire _I lie mu ri a _5 _ni a me or vice _\‘ c’ n-sin , a _c--c _am _’ ch ~ _ng to _arg-reenudn _I _, ; bI t at hi _( _m’o _nm - cm no divorce courts a-s sir oh . J-us _1 _, _sc-c the cleric wh o l ) _um - _m _’ _-Iom _-muie d _lii e _au- _c-rn -age cor e—u i-any , and it is al-I over . - _Sovue’t _R-mmsrs _ui a do...
JAYVEES WIN , 18 to 0 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
JAYVEES WIN , 18 to 0 On _S-a-trurd iay , _Nov-e-mn b , _iur -18 , [ hue Lincoln Univ-er si-ty _J-ayvcc-s _ci efan ted [ he Wisis c-lu i c-k-on B _o-y ~ C-lu _b of P-h lil a d _! _’elpih in , by a in ar — gin of three touc _h downs . In a I _, h i ’ _ill i-n g 95 yam ’ cl run , _‘‘ S [ _uuuumpy ’’ _RacI _r son ran . [ hue leng th a-f [ lie fl-c _u rl- to s-core . Martini- Prec _oa-uughi t [ lure-c successive passes to c-c—-con n [ for _1-h-c so comu _ci f o-u _c-hid-own . Lit tl e tallie d blu e _tih iir _d on a line pl _unge , S _, _hi _arknu an was [ li e out—s b amuding player for [ -lu-c- Bay-s _Cliim _ul .
THANKS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
THANKS Thu e _Lif’NiCOLiN-IA-N _[ aires _thu is opportunity of expressing its bha m uk _s _and imipinrecia tmon of _[ lie _s f _arh iuu g -work of its Circulation Manager , Mr . Ira L . Gibbons- , in _c-elb-ing _sub seri ’ ~~ ions for [ li e _LTNOOLNIA _IN . We wi-s-h ye-u _oqru al or bettor success imu _1-hu e future .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 15 December 1933
How ard Lincoln Best 0 . L , . . Win-kmf ie ld l as _ri m le y _I . L A sh _e Mill i e r’ ( _ifitm _ipi . , ) .-C . _I _? Kel-1 cy _I _lium - -p ci ’ , J _II Price ~ I’L ’ _-itre r’ . It Ph in-ton _1 _: _1 au ’ ip-er ’ , _T L . _1-i . . _rn -Ec-Fadc len Wy-mi u _ne _fl . H \ V a [ Ls _1 ) _0 mm-gl _ass _il . 1 : _1 s ort er _Vi _‘[ cm e ..., .., L . B . . . _.-Schi an-cfor f ( - C-a-pt . ) _, Jol _, _m _mis _a-ui _Ii _, B Bonn or i 3 _lahc e G _Tovehla S-ni his ti [ a [ ion-s : _J-1-oiward ~ — _- _—P a _I muon ’ , i _mi -s _huh _muy , P a-n icer . Lincoln—i’d ) _liii semi _I-I-a mini-I-ton , J-Iaynes . ’ THE LINCOLN UNIVERSITY COACHING STAFF
STUDENTS DISCUSS ATHLETICS AT Y . M . c . A [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
STUDENTS DISCUSS ATHLETICS AT Y . M . c . A Summer School Coach Mar tin Presents Physical Education Pr ogram Caters to Ind ividual Needs of Students CHAIRMAN OF ATHLETIC COMMISSION Lincoln-H oward to Debate Communism Keen Interest Shown In Topic Plans Completed Many New Courses Are Offered The campu s of Lincoln University will be the scene of new _activiUcs _w _ith the op en _in g of a summer ~ _co-ed _ucat _, _ional school her e o n July 5 . rrh c session , which is to close August 15 , will embrace a great er and more detailed var iety of subject s than has ever been present ed by the U niversity it self . Excellen t examples of this are the cour ses to be ooffr ed i n Art , Dramatic s , Rom ance Lang ~ u ages . _Solence , and _1 ~ d ’ u _’cation . Edu ~ _atio n _aI cour ses will be _prep on d _erant . William } Ia llock Joh nson is to be Presiden t arid Joseph N . Hi ll , Director . Although _th e choi ce of facul ty has not as yet been made p ublic , _it is known tha t it will ...
Athlet ic Adminis _. tratio n Criti cised at Recent Forum Discussion of C . I . A . A . Very Hea ted [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
Athlet ic Adminis _. tratio n Criti cised at Recent Forum Discussion of C . I . A . A . Very Hea ted A . large number of student s tui ’n ed out on Sunday evening , last , at the V . M . C . A . Forum , to Lake pai l in the _dhi _Sc _’US _SiOfl of the C . I . A . A ., and its relations to Lin c oln , and the general at hletic Si _l ; uation . The meeting was opened by th _a Chairman of the _l _? _oru _iii , Mr . _ftandolph O’Nea _le , in _lb _C U su a ! man net _’ , ~ _vi _tl’i a _tiymn . and ! foil owed _Wi LIt a bri ef ’ pray er by Mr . Al l en . A _ftei . _’ a preliminary announcement of t h e purpos e of th _m eeting , the _Cli airman turn — ed the meeting over to Mr . Will—am Ja m es , assis tant coa ch . He began ‘ by givrn g a bri ef sketch of the history of the Associati on from the time of its inception , its purpose s and functions , as outlined in its bull etin , He discussed what seemcrl to be the attitude of th e C . I . A . A . towards Lincoln ’ Univ ersi ty , as manif...
Prof . Grim Talks Over Athletic Situation To Probe Prose _lyt _lng Charges [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
Prof . Grim Talks Over Athletic Situation To Probe Prose _lyt _lng Charges PROFESSO R _H . F . GRIM _P _1 _iDf _e’oo . _u _. t ’ ~~~~ _‘ _, _~~~ ‘ _Lti _~ _oli ~ _Ui _’ _~ — versity . was mad e chairman of a _n ommitt ee of five to probe into proselyt _ing _cl ~ arges referred to in his speech before th e members oft h C , I . A . A . Open charges that certain schools in the C . I . A . A . have been acquiring high school athletes by means unfair to the other member schools were made by Professor H . F . Grim of Lincoln University , at the 23 rd annual meeting of the colored Inter . co . l—heg ’iate A t h 1 e t i c Association , whi ch was Athletic Administration . Professoir Grim beg an his speech by defining faculty control of athletics as defined by the Southwest Athletic Conference . The speech i ; s q ! uoted as follows : This de finition suggests the placing of the handling ’ of a thletics in a faculty controlled committee by the Boa r d of Trustees ’ , with the trustee showin...
Little Theatre Group Organized _ at Lincoln To Present Plays In Cha pel Hall [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
Little Theatre Group Organized _ at Lincoln To Present Plays In Cha pel Hall Fo r the first time in the history o . f Lincoln University , there will be an organized little theater group _wthich will foster the study of the drama from all angles . Facu l ty sanction has been given to the construction of a regular s tage in th e prayer ‘ ha Il and i t will be used for the rehea rsal and p resentation of plays by the drama tic club . The _grou p will be under the direct supervision of Pro . f ’ essor Hill , who will instruct in the tec hnicali t ies of the stage ; such as , interpretati on of plays maki ng of scenery , lighting effects , etc . Heret ofore Livin . gs f _, one Hall h as b ~ e . n utiliz ed fo’r pr esentation of plays . As soon as the stage has be en completed in Chapel selections , for the cast in Aunt Mahaly ’ s Cabin will begin . Rehearsals for the other two play s will start for whic . h a tentative cast has been selected . They are as follows : ‘ The R ising of The ...
Y . M . C . A . SUBMITS FIR ST SEMESTER REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
Y . M . C . A . SUBMITS FIR ST SEMESTER REPORT _Th is report is being published in the hop e that it will acquaint the student bo dy with the full scope of the cabinet ’ s work during the first semester . The f ci—towing are the things which have _hj een acco mp lished : _1 . P ~ ublished the . Lincoln Hand b : _ooks . 2 . Donated thirt een hooks to the Library . 3 . Held the Freshmen Banquet . _/ _m . Bought chess , checker and _p _ing- ~ p _. ong ~ _sets . 5 . Conduc ted ‘ Sunday Forum ’s . 6 . Cond u c . ted four Freshmen Discussion Group s . 7 . Held a . brid . ge tournament , 8 . Bo ught two bull etin boards _for the school . 9 . Conducted Freshmen interviews (/ i days in Septem—her ) . _10 . Brought Frank Wilson and : Franci . s Hension to th e campu _5 . _1 _’ _! . Bought a score board for basketb all , to be l ) l _aced in th e Gym , 12 . } IeIped to spons ~ or the Lee—ture— ~ Recit _al Series . 13 , Se nt representativ es to the f ollowing conferences : a . State Colored H ...
Dr . Walter Wright Confined to Bed On Way to Recovery [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
Dr . Walter Wright Confined to Bed On Way to Recovery Dr . Walte r ’ Livingst one Wright , Dean of th e University , h as bee n confined to bed ,. seri ously ill , since last Saturday . According to reports from Dr . William B . Ewing ., his attending physician , who h ~ _as been with him . almost daily , Professor Wright contracted a cold which soon thr eatened him with an attack of pne umonia . Dr . _Er _~ ving reports his condition considerably improved , although he holds out no expectation of Professor _Wrigh t’s re—tu _rn _ing to h’is class-room and other duties within the ncxL two _wie ~ k _s . Th e _LJf _~ _ICOLf ~ JAN ~ nd _s _~ _ta _1 _T wish Professor Wright who has bee . n greatly missed . a speedy’ recover y from his pr o s—ant . illness .