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1941 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
1941 Jerem iad — E . A . Batten Time ’ s tireless fingers quickly con His worn _a’bacus o ’ er and o ’ er ; Fashioning each new moment on The one so swiftly flown ‘ before . Disasters blind _tellurions come To write fate ’ s dicta in our hearts ; E _~ _cipe we cannot ever from Our penchant for the martial arts , The dove with olive branch now shuns The council-place with winged haste ; The milk of human kindness runs Through hate ’ s ‘ breast with a bitter taste . Each man discounts the other ’s worth , Lives his small moment all alone , Of Mercy ’ s bread there is a dearth Who seeks it still receives a stone . The Gallilean is forsworn And Pilate ’ s hands are clean _agifin ; Unless there ’ s hope in the unborn , The Nazarene—has died in vain ,
Friends Meetin g [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
Friends Meetin g Sunday night , October 27 , Dean Frank T . Wilson and President Wright attended a meeting in the Friends Meetin’g House . Both were privileged to make addresses on the topic Pathways to Racial Understanding . Professor Arthur E . James , formerly a professor of chemistry at Lincoln , was chairman of the meeting .
NYA Place ment Has Majo r Role in Att endanc e [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
NYA Place ment Has Majo r Role in Att endanc e Union Mainstay Major Threat To Lion Victory Terre Haute , _md _. _- ( I . P . )—Nearly one-half of the High School graduates wanting to work their way through college cannot find employment and consequently do not enter any college , according to the results of a five-year study completed by Professor A . C . Payne of Indiana State Teachers College . Included among those unable to find work to finance their continued education are many of the ‘ best academic possibilities , Professor Payne ‘ believes . He began his study in 1935 to determine how many prospective freshmen who are denied National Youth Administration employment do not go to college anywhere , Professor Payne , who is faculty director of NYA at Indiana State , said that despite the fact that the man in the street would say that those freshmen who fail to secure employment will enter or continue school in spite of the handicap of non-employment , his studies show that 55 . ...
Morgan Smother s Lincoln 33-0 At Wilmington , Del [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
Morgan Smother s Lincoln 33-0 At Wilmington , Del FRATERNITIES ‘ ~~~~ EFE ’NUEP BY PENN STATE DEAN Clawing deep into the Lions hide but not to their hearts , the Morgan Bears met and toppled the Lions 31-7 at Wilmington , Delaware , Stadium , last Saturday , the nineteenth . After the initial kickoff the two teams seesawed up and down with the defending backs putting out of danger when touchdown ground was invaded , and the premier session ended as a punting duel , Returning to the fray , the Bears ‘ began a touchdo wn march depending mostly on fiat passes and successive runs by Kee and Mos- ‘ by finally reaching the four yard line f r o m w h i c h Campbell plunged over for the first marker . Campbell added the extra-point . Not satisfied with one score Morgan attempted to crush the oppo STATE COLLEGE , Pa . ( I . P . )—- Describing fraternities as one of the vital agencies that perpetuate the democratic way of doing things , Dean of Men , Arthur R . Warnock , has asked the 48 soci...
SPIRIT _ --- _ 1940 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
SPIRIT _ --- _ 1940 By George _TwIne , ‘ 42 When the smoke is cleared away and the fires of enthusiasm have emitted their last spark , every Lincoln man will remember the fighting spirit displayed by the 1940 edition of the Lions . With the graduation of such men as Sal Brown , Winks MacDonald , Herb Norris , Russell Tracy , ‘ and the loss of Reginald Williams , and other capable men , Coach es Rivero , Holland , and Bailey have instilled into their men the importance of fighting to the last inch . Handicapped ‘ by the absence of heavy men , the Lions have fought valiently to stave off such ‘ big teams as Shaw and West Virginia State . Throughout the fatal Morgan game these same small men threw the heavy and much taller men for several devastating los ~ ses . These games a’re definite signs of t’he fighting spirit among players on Lincoln ’ s squad , Bill Hunter and Bill Burnett are the only ‘ backs that Rivero can ‘ boast of that weigh more than one hundred and seventy pounds . The...
Mitchell , Nichol s Attending NAACP ‘ Conference In W . Va [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
Mitchell , Nichol s Attending NAACP ‘ Conference In W . Va The Second Annual Student Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People , which will be held at West Virginia State College , Institute , W . Va ., November 1-3 , will have for its theme , the Negro Students and the Survival of Democracy . This is one of the most important and significant issues of the present time . Negro students are faced with very serious problems to which they will have to apply very definite methods and techniques as a result of the crisis through which the country is passing , It is significant that under great duress and calamity , with the very survival of democracy itself at stake that the elusive dream that this situation would make the lot of the Negro a less serious one is rapidl y _fading . It is to this very serious question of the relationship of Negro youth , ‘ both present and future , to the survival of democracy we address the attention of interested and thi...
Prof . Walter R . Fe 8 er [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
Prof . Walter R . Fe 8 er Faculty Replaceme nt Professor Walter R . Feser comes to Lincoln to replace Reverend Shelby Rooks , former member of the Lincoln University Seminary Faculty . Professor Fesner was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1932 . He attended the Eastern Baptist Seminary where he took his B . D . in 1932 , Th . M . in 1933 , and his Th . D . in 1935 . Professor Feser was graduated from Altoona High School in Pennsylvania . For a short time he attended Carnegie Tech , where he was pursuing an engineering course . Soon Professor Feser discovered his interest was in the Theological field , Forthwith he has devoted his life to the teachings and works of the Bible . For a time he was pastor of the United Baptist Church in Charleston , Maine . Later he taught at the Higgin ’ s Classical Institute located at the same place . Mr . Feser subsequently became a member of the business administration of the Montrose Bible Conference for two years . Before coming to...
Extra Cur ricular Activi ties Ur ged By M . I . T . Dean [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
Extra Cur ricular Activi ties Ur ged By M . I . T . Dean Dea n _Lobwell of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently urged students not to work on outside jobs while attending the Institute . In a statement in the New York Times , he pointed out that the schedule at M . I . T . is heavy , ‘ but stressed the desirability of students engaging in undergraduate ‘ activities and social life . Many undergraduates here and in other colleges , he said , do not realize the importance of activities . The depression proved their worth . The ‘ graduate who had devoted himself strictly to academic work and neglected his opportunities in student activities , found himself more in difficulty than his classmate who had taken part in extracurricular affairs , and , therefore , had less trouble adjusting himself .
Listen , Please The Alma Mater [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
Listen , Please The Alma Mater Lincoln Men do you want to hear the Alma Mater played on the radio ? Well , tonight at seven o ’ clock , Fred Waring will play it if p r e s e n t arrangements go through . A freshman , Morris M . DeLis5 cr , of New Rochelle , New York , has tried to bring this about ‘ by writing to Mr . Waring . The members of the student body sincerely hope that his efforts have not been in vain . So turn your dials to WCAU .
" The Libr ary A Problem In Book Keeping [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
The Libr ary A Problem In Book Keeping _I _. Gre gory Newton Added to the Political Science Department . He is working on his masters degree at the Univ . of Pennsylvania . By H _, A , B . Jo _nes-Quart ey ( Editor ’ s note : —A reply to Mr . DeCosta ) Whether by inheritance or acquirement—very likely the latter —Mr . St . Julian DeCosta is undoubtedly quite a witty young man , and his sarcasm certainly makes entertaining reading , even when and where it bites sharpest . I must confess to ‘ being helplessly convulsed myself by his latest work , which appeared in the last issue of the Lincolnian , under the caption : The Li’brary — A Problem in Book Finding . Mr . DeCosta ’ s wit is devastating , but whether his judgmen t is based upon sound foundations is a question which invites immediate examination . At least in a liberal arts college of the claims of Lincoln , we cannot let any old ‘ body ’ s mere say-so put us all in a cold sweat of confusion . No college is a laboratory where ...
Pan Hellenic C nstitution [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
Pan Hellenic C nstitution Preamble In accordance with the ideals and standards of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity , the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity , the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity , and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity this Pan-Helenic constitution is formulated . It is with the view toward encouraging a higher standard of scholarship , character , and cooperation between the _fratei ~ Tties that the Greek letter organization on the campus of Lincoln University have agreed to adhere to the articles embodied in this constitution . ARTICLE _I Officers SEC . I . The officers of this Pan-Hellenic Council shall be rotating Chairman and one Executive Secretar y , SEC . _II _. The rotating Chairmen shall be composed of the four Senior representatives ; one from each fraternity . Each Chairman shall preside , in rotation , at the regular meetings throughout the school year . SEC . III . _it is the duty of the Chairmen to preside at the PanHellenic meetings ; conducting these meetings in accordanc...