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A Storm In Stone [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
A Storm In Stone By H . A . B . Jo nes-Qua rte y Ever since May of this year there has been on exhibition in this country a work which Is today ’ s storm in art circles—a storm in stone . And the creator of this storm is himself today ’s stormy petrel of the sculpture section of art : Jacob Epstein , Rus-sian-Polish parentage , American by , birth and education , English by practice—I had almost said conviction . Adam , by Jacob Epstein , has by this time drawn over a million paying spectators in America , and , considering the fate of art in Europe at the moment , may remain here long enough to draw many millions more . Even Lincoln men , a few of them at least , may already have been attracted to a view of it , ari d a fe w more may yet come across it in one or other of the great show-places of this country . For Ad am is immense , Adam ‘ is _terrific ~ Adam compels you . Epstein ’ s conception of the First Man is as , _revolutionarily different from orthodoxy as can _he imagined ...
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Clef Chatter [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
Clef Chatter by Saxy Amidst the cheering and jeer - ing of the Lincoln-Morgan Classic , the Lincoln University Collegians with their moaning saxes , blaring horns , and shrieking clarinets , sent musical courage to the team with Get that Ole Lincoln Spirit , and Hold Team Hold , Such efforts really show a conscientious school spirit which needs further emphasis on the campus , As we go Ridin ’ and Jivin ’’ down the scales , we strike a minor chord and out comes Lonely Wanderer a new recording by Erskine Hawkins , with Jimmy Cherry Mitchell giving another sizzling vocal refrain . To dissillusioned Don Juans , I’ll Get By , as ’ rendered ‘ by the King Sisters . , This is an oldie done up ‘ a la Moon River style . Then , working our tempo up to , an allegro , ‘ another one of Count Basie ’ s two-part swing symphonies shows great promise . This is a solid rhythmic jump which is titled The World is Mad . While plugging the latest numbers in sweet music ; A Nightingale S a n g in Barclay ...
Omega Frat Welcomes Seven New Brothers [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 2 November 1940
Omega Frat Welcomes Seven New Brothers Beta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity is happy to welcome seven new brothers into the folds of the Fraternity , They were initiated Thursday night , Octo- ‘ ber 24 , The new members of Beta are : Horace Bohannon , Roscoe Browne , Cromwell Douglas , Richmond Davidson , Riche Coleman , John Lawton , and Daniel Johnson . Beta is ‘ also making big plans for its annual National Achievement week program which ‘ is celebrated annually by all Omega Men ‘ and Chapters of the fraternity . This year Achievement Week will be held November 10-15 , Beta Chapter has contacted Mr . William Hastie to be its principal speaker on Sunday , November 10 , Mr . Hastie is now Dean of the Howard Law School , and was formerly a federal Judge in the Virgin Islands .
Fift h Annu al Ii -L . Confab Closes at H . L . _WASHING’J ~ ON , D . c . The [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940
Fift h Annu al Ii -L . Confab Closes at H . L . _WASHING’J ~ ON , D . c . The _Fifth ~ ~ _Ai ~ nua 1 _1 _iowa ~ d _tA _? _i ~ oin ‘ Student ’ C _’hrIs _’tian ; Co n _ferenc e closed . at Howard ‘ University Sunday , November 17 . Dean ‘ Frank T . Wilson , of Lincoln University , gave a summary to the student gathering at the Little Chapel in the School of Religion . The Conference convened Friday eveffing with ‘ an opening address by Dr . Paul Lehmann , of Eden Theological Seminary , St . Louis , Missouri . Henry Mitchell , a Lincoln delegate , took part in the Devotional ] services Saturday morning , ‘ and Theodore Bolden , another Lincoln delegate , delivered a talk on Transitional Remarks . The Stakes of Christian Youth in the World Crisis was the theme of the Conference , The Saturday morning seminar discussion groups were divided up into political , economic , social action , ‘ minority , and religious . Student leaders were George Thomas , Ronimus Stokes , Mary Crowley , John ...
Griffith Stadium Secure d For No . 1 College Classic [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940
Griffith Stadium Secure d For No . 1 College Classic _I The Lincoln Lion will _nieet the Howard Bear Thursday . On the day designated as our National Thanksgiving , the hungry Lions will invade Washington , D . C ., the home of the Bears . This meeting will be the thirty-fifth time that Lincoln and Howard have met on the grid-iron in what promises to be the most exciting contest in the history of Negro participation in football , The scene of this fray will be Griffith Stadium , a stadiurn that is usually used by the large white universities and colleges on that day . From the records , Lincoln appears to ‘ have the edge over Howard , but don ’t let this fact be misleading . Howard and Lincoln have been arch-rivals from the time that the series started , Speculation as to the outcom e of this gam e is • a shot in the dark , because of this riva iry , Pound for pound , Lincoln possesses the stamina and ability to emerge victorious . Their decisive victories over Shaw , Hampton , Unio...
Seniors Named In Who ’ s Who In U . S . Colleges [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940
Seniors Named In Who ’ s Who In U . S . Colleges Eight Lincoln University students , all seniors in the college , have attained the honor of being selected to appear in Who ’ s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges , fo r the school year _1940- ’ _41 . The students are : James K . Baker , Jesse Gloster , Theodore Bolden , _I _. Newton Perry , Henry H . Mitchell , Franklin H . Williams , Oswald Hoffler , a n d Wilfred James . Students Versatile The men selected are representative of student leadership and _schoiarship . James K . Baker is a regular performer on the Orange Blue football team . He is also editor of the Lion ( yea r- book ) , a student instructor in English , and a member of the Y Cabinet . Jesse Gloster is Editor-in-Chief of the LINCOLNIAN , a member of the Orange and Blue basketeers , and a member of the Y Cabinet . Theodore Bolden is President of the Y Cabinet , former holder of the Lisle Fellowship . I . Newton Perry is an instructor in French , m...
Dean Nelson Of Howard U . Guest Cha pel Speak er [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940
Dean Nelson Of Howard U . Guest Cha pel Speak er On -Sunday , November 3 , Reverend W . Stuart Nelson , Dean of Howard Universityis School of Religion , was the guest chapel speaker . His subject , In Defense of Fools , ‘ proved to ‘ be well chosen during his sermon . Dean Nelson spoke of those individuals who have done worthwhile deeds for the benefit of less fortunate people ‘ and who have ‘ been ridiculed and called fools for such deeds . The audience was led to believe that people who perform beneflci’al acts that are out of the ordinary are classed as fools . Mr . Nelson is ‘ a native of Mem--phis , Tennessee , and a graduate of Howard University . He did postgraduate work at Union Theological Seminary in New York City a-nd Yale Divinity School . He -has served as president of Shaw and Dillard Universities . QUART ET ON RADIO The Lincoln University Quartet was featured on the Negro Spiritual Hour , station WPEN , Philadelphia , Sunday , November 17 . Mr . Rufus L . Watson was g...
Alpha Neophytes BaHquet Guests [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940
Alpha Neophytes BaHquet Guests Reverend James H . Robinson , ‘ 35 , of the Church of the Master , Morning side Avenue , New York City , was the , guest speaker for the , ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ a _~ in _1 _versary _bañ ét _~~~~ I _~ _it _Cl ~ apt ~~ t _~ f _Al _~~ ià Phi Alph a Fr aternity , Monday night , November 11 . Reverend Robinson brought an inspirational message to the members of Nu Chapter , He reiterated emphatically that ‘ the world ‘ brotherhood of man is far greater than smugness , or a narrow attitude shown by any small group . But at the same time he said that if an organization is inherently good , then the individual of ‘ that organization will accrue something of lasting value from it . The choice an individual makes is a grave one . Because the choice not only may determine that man ’ s course , ‘ but those whom he may influence . While at Lincoln , Reverend Robinson was Editor-in-Chief of the LINCOLNIAN , ‘ head of the NAACP Chapter , and a member of other campus organiza...
Dean Wilson To Be _Pi esent , At H . I . Conf erence [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940
Dean Wilson To Be _Pi esent , At H . I . Conf erence Dean Frank T . Wilson , Dean of Men and Professor of Education , _I will attend a conference on the Participation of the Negro in National Defense , November 25-26 , at Hampton Institute , Hampton , Va . - Nationally prominent Negro and white ‘ authorities will discuss such problems as Military ‘ and Naval Defense , Industry , Labor , Agriculture , Health , and ‘ Housing . These stimulating talks will be the introduction to a wide-rang-ing series o ~ discussion groups in eleven fields of activity . Out of these discussions , the committee hopes , the contributing experts will evolve specific programs of ‘ both immediate and long time practical value on how the Negro may best serve the country in the interests of total defense and National unity . Dean Wilson has been ‘ invited to act as r _~~ _ource _1 ’ leader ’ - ‘ _In the discussion o _~ i - ‘ -Religion . - - _‘ :- The inaug _urat ! ó _~ i ‘ of- Malcolm S . MacLean _i _, ai Ham...
Union of A fri can Students For med Here At _Lincoln [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940
Union of A fri can Students For med Here At _Lincoln Feeling that the time had arrived when African students scattered ‘ throughout the higher educational institutions of America , should be brought into some form of contact with one another , the West African Students of Lincoln , urged on by Mr . J . T . Ayorinde , of Nigeria , now studying at West Virginia Stat e College , met a-nd 1-aid down temporary plans for the formation of a Union of African Students of America . Union Established ‘ - Endorsement of _- the pri nciple and the general featur es of the plan has - just been received at Lincoln from another _seCtion of the country , where a rival scheme had been in contemplation for a time , ‘ and the new
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~ _~ ~~~ ~~~~~~~ _~ and President of _tfie $ _pani ~ h Club _- _- _- Who _’s.-Who _serves -as : an-- ineeñtive for students to get the most out of their college -careers , as a means of compensation to students for what they have already done ; as ‘ a recommendation to the business world , ‘ and as a standard ‘ of measurement for students cornparable to such agencies as Phi Beta Kappa and the Rhodes Scholarship Award .