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Notice ! Notice ! [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

Notice ! Notice ! Fraternities , _C _1 a s s e s _, and o t h e r bonafide organizations are required to pay for their yearbook photograph s on or ‘ before Monda y , November 25 . The fee for each such group _Is $2 00 . Seniors must pay a fee of $1 . 00 for individual pietu rel , observing the same dead line as _groups . _-

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Orange And Blue Cheerleaders [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

Orange And Blue Cheerleaders

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Active [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

Active

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Cam pus Trivia [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

Cam pus Trivia Phi Beta Sigma _, _ Philosophy Club The first public program of Mu Chapter , Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity , for the current year , was presented in the Chapel from Tuesday to Frid-ay of this week , in the form of the Fraternity ’ s annual Education Week Program , T-he speakers , in the order _ol their appearance , were : Brothers E . E , Cannon , Cavalcade of Negro Education ; A . T . Peters , Education and the Future ; H . L . Erwin , Our Women in Education , and W . Lendall Cha-se , Achieving Preparedness . On the last day of the program , Brother H . A , B , Jones-Quartey , general secretary of the Chapter , confirmed the announcement made by the Fraternity last year of a Freshman crea-tive-writing contest and prize-award , to ‘ be established ‘ as from this year ; further information to be obtained from designated members of the Chapter . In the same ‘ week , four new mem’bers were initiated into the Fraternit y , namely : John L . Hutto ( Chester , Pa . ) , Alex S’a...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

THE LINCOLN IAN Published by the students of Lincoln University semi-monthly , during school year Member of Inter-Collegiate Press Association . _Ente red as _seec ad _ci a _, s _m atter at _tit e _Liii _col _n _Un vs _i’si ty Post _OfO _cc , _Lliieoin _University , _Penhiii , _JJOAI { 1 ) _015 _’ _EJflTOI { S _Edlt _,, _r-iii - _( _’iile _t’ _................ _.......................,, _Jesse _Glo _, _iter _, ‘ _41 _. _~ , _Iniing _’iiig _’ I _~ , _1 _It ~~ I _, _,,,,,,,,,,,, _,,.,,,,.. _...,...,..,,,,. ( ~ _eoi’ge _It . Tw _ine , ‘ 42 Newb _ltd _itul’ _..,,...., _......,...,, _..,.,.,,.....,.,,,.,, _Oswald _ILoilier , ‘ 41 _Fentui’e _E _, _iitoi’ _.............. _.... _‘ _................. ‘ St . _Jullan 1 ) e _Cos _ta , ‘ 41 _Spoi _ts _Itdit _or _,.....,....,.....,.,,...... _~~~~~~ _...,.,,. _...,,, _. _Juines _lInker , ‘ 41 _Itc _uilto _ittli t _, ~ j _’ _.,..,,..,..,.,..........,.... _..,,.., Geoi’ge 1 ) . _Caiinwi , ‘ 43 _JILISLNItSS 1 ) _ltI’A _lt’I’MIt NT _Jiusiiioss _Maling...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Attention Administration Upon a careful investigation by the LINCOLNIAN it [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

Attention Administration Upon a careful investigation by the LINCOLNIAN it was found that Rendall Hall is lacking in adequate fire equipment , The hundred and thirty men who reside in this b uilding are daily risking their lives . It was found that where there were hoses , they were either full of holes or rotting fa st . - On the first floor there are two hoses , the first is in fai rly good condition , while th e othe r is as f u ll of holes as a ward heeler ’ s speec h . This hose must be stationed on the first floor purely in a decorative purpose . One observant of the hose remarked that with the many holes in the hose it could better be used as a shower . The h ose is of no value so far as conveying water is concerned . Hoses on the second and third floors are in keeping with those on the first . The hoses on one side of the second and third floors are missing and the other hoses found on these floors are rapidly rotting . Several occupants of this b uilding have obtained ladde...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
athlete , not the athlete making Lincoln . " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

athlete , not the athlete making Lincoln . ~ _Howards’ policy over the past , few years has . been one of de-emphasis . Now de-emphasis doesn ’t necessarily mean a negative attitude but it implies such . Football should not be looked down upon because of football ’ s sake , It should be looked down upon if it is being twisted and turned , and not being used for the purpose it was intended for . This 35 th meeting between two of the top ranking Negro schools in education is a significant one . A few years ago the Howard Board of Athletic Control recommended to the trustees , that the sport be abolished . The trustees tossed the recommendation out of the window . Art Carter writing in the Afro-American deplores the Howard football situation . It is a critical one , and the outloo k is gloomy . So in this 35 th meeting between the two schools , we see a world fraught with skepticism and change . We see precedent broken and traditions tossed to the winds . Whatever the future course of ...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Henry Hucles and his clan , one would think that all hell [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

Henry Hucles and his clan , one would think that all hell had broken loose _’ clown in Richmond . True enough the boy was injured . Thousands of boys are injured every year in footbal l throu ghout the country . Whenever you have bodily con tact , it is too much to expect every game to end with playe rs of both teams laughing and joking . Last year in the first game of the season , Johnny Mack Brown had his leg broken by North Carolina State . No cry was raised . But you don ’t know Henry . Have you ever seen him ? He rants and raves and carry ’ s on . He gets off the bench an d in timida tes officials , an upsports manlike attitude for any coach . You should see Henry sometimes . He doesn ’t act li ke a veteran coach , bu t a temperamental prima donna . His statements carried in the Negro press were unnecessary , and action should be taken on it at the CIAA meeting next month . The Lion gridders are rough , to ugh footballers . They take and ask nothing . They are conditioned . And...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Beta Kappa Chi [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

Beta Kappa Chi Eighteen years ago , a small group of students ’ interested in Science established the Honorary Scientific Society , Beta , Kappa C-hi . The standards were ~ placed so high that only a select group of distinguished men were eligible for membership . The Alpha Chapter - --at- Lincoln h’as always been functioning since its- establishment , although at various ‘ _tithes the - membership _gras’ ~~~~~~~~~~~ , _aszz _~ 11 . ’ . t ~ ~ ‘ p _~ ’ _c _. rent , ther e , are ’ chapters In Howard University , - West Virginia State , Virginia Union , Morgan’ College _1 _Johnson ’ c Sñ ~ ith University ,- and the Lincoln University of Missouri . Each semester , Beta Kappa Chi reviews the -marks of the various science men and notifies all students that are eligible for membership . This year , only one man was found eligible for entrance into the society . On the 22 nd of October , the society held its induction . The only candid-ate , C . Warren Smith , was formally awarded the -cert...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
to the BIG GAME , the HOWARD-LINCOLN GAME [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

to the BIG GAME , the HOWARD-LINCOLN GAME The pioneer spirit of the Alumni and the student bodies of both schools continue to exist . Forty-six years ago when the first game was played , only the student body of both schools attended . Over four decades , the game has had its ups and downs , and today , it remains the number one attraction in Negro football lore . Today the football skeleton has been pulled out of the closed , and is being given a once over . Never has it been given such a close scrutiny . Subsidizing and proselyting of football players is definitely on the way out . The recent move of Chicago U . is revolutionary . The handwriting is on th . e wall for those schools who’ persist in recruiting players’ year after year , in-order to build a team , and say : Look- at our- team , aren ’t we good , though . ‘ T _’ he ‘ Lincoln ’ _policy - has ~ e ’ en not one of a nega _tiv e attitude towards the sport , but one of Lincoln making-th e

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Letter To Editor [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

Letter To Editor Dear Sir ~ ; The following statement appears in the October issue of the LINCOLN IAN : - Mr . White knows ‘ how the Negroes will vote ’ as does ev- ~ ‘ 2 _’y _1 _e _~ & _~ ’ _, r ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ cal , social , and economic life . Please advise me whether or not you mean to imply that aU Ne--groes will vote the same tièket ? ’ Also advise me of what logic through which you do your reasoning that you are able to arrive at such a conclusion . Your immediate attention to the above matter will be very much appreciated since the article appears on the editorial page and _I assume it represent the sentiment of the students of Lincoln University . Does the article also imply that 100 -per cent of the students of Lincoln University will vote for the same candidate for President of the United States ? If that is correct , I shall ‘ be glad to have a reporter visit the University and take ‘ a poll of the students . Please advise me . Sincerely yours , ( s ) H . A...

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Wissenschafts Verein [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

Wissenschafts Verein In commencing its series of lectures , Wissenschafts V e r e j . n ( Science Club ) -presented Prof essor Grim , head of the Department of Biology , on November 5 , 1940 , A large ‘ group of interested students ran’ging from Freshmen to Post-gradu’ates listened ‘ attentively as Professor Grim delivered this noteworthy address on Organizers . For years he has ‘ been studying this phase of Embryology . The manner and style of presentation was so explicit t-hat everyone understood clearly and enjoyed the lecture . Emphasis was placed on the differenti ’ation of cells into specialized ones ‘ by the action of evocators ( certain stimulants that would resemble har _. mones in ductless glands ) and _differentiatj ~ on centers . Preceding the main topic , Professor Grim made introductory remarks concerning the development of cells in embryonic sta’ges of gastrula .

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

Forme r Pres ident Discusses Freedom Dr . William Hallock Johnson , president Emeritus of Lincoln University , 1926-36 , spoke November 10 , on Free and False Freedom . Dr . Johnson pointed out that civil liberty and Christianity ‘ are inseparable . That equality of man with God is the truth which makes us good . He also stressed that freedom was to follow one of two impulses ; those which pull us down and those which lift us . Dr . Johnson stated that freedom is the highest statute of manhood and a new purpose in life . Dr . Johnson , now retired , is living in Princeton , New Jersey . While at Princeton he wrote a book which was recently published . The title is Who is this King of Glory ?

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Omega Psi Phi [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

Omega Psi Phi Beta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity observed its ‘ annual National N e g r -o Achievement Week during Novem’ber 5-10 , Each fraternity on the campus contributed a speaker for a chapel period during the week , The week ’ s observance was terminated by an address on Sunday ‘ afternoon , Novem’ber 10 , by _i _’ i’other William Hastie ; _ _D _~~ _ii of Howard Unive ~~ i’ty ’ s law school . Beta Chapter sponsored its ‘ annual dance on Friday , November 1 , which drew a large crowd . On Sunday , November 10 , eigh-t certificates _-oi-scftO _1 ~ z _~ ship were issued ‘ to the- eight brothe _s -having the highest - schOlastic standing for the - ‘ _~ c _re _, _s _~ _ur _. _‘ _Tis ~ _y’ ‘ -w _~ . ~~ : Charles Bufford , - _ROscoe Brown , Winston Douglas , Daniel Johnson , Lynon Knight , _Albert ’ Neely , I . _, N . Newton Perry , , and . Ronald Stolar .

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HERVEY JENKINS BACK TO CLASSES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

HERVEY JENKINS BACK TO CLASSES Hervey Jenkins , popular mem- ‘ ber of the senior class , returned to classes on Monday , November 11 , after having undergone a successful appendectomy . Herv was stricken on October 13 , -and was operated on in Mercy Hospital , Philadelphia . Upon his return , Herv said that he was allowed to view a part of the operation and that ‘ he was amazed at the skill ‘ and precision that the surgeons exhibited , Herv wishes to thank all of the members of the student ‘ body who helped make his days in the hospital less tedious .

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Union-Lincoln Game [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

The Union-Lincoln Game Saturday , November 9 , the Lion gridders went down to Richmond , an d fo r the second year in succession defeated Henry Hucles ’ Panther men . In the process of the game one Freddie Cooper , the Panther ’ s ace back was hu rt , and was taken out of the game . Later it was discovered that he had sustai n ed a f ractur ed sho u lder , and that his football playing days may be over . This was quite an unfortunate accident . But to listen to all the hu llabohoo bein g raised by

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
El Club Cervantes [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

El Club Cervantes The Spanish clu’b , El Club Cervantes , has just made it possible to have ‘ periodicals -written in Spanish to be displayed for the general use of students in the library . It is expected that the Spanish newspaper , La Prensa , will also ‘ be added to the new Readers Digest th’at is translated in Spanish . For the Spanish classes , there is a subscription of El Echo which has a very simple style of Spanish and is easily read . An exchange of the Lincolnian is being planned between the countries with which this Club corresponds . Although no tri ps have been made to other Spanish Clubs , the club ‘ hopes to continue its correspondence .

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Lincoln _. Howard Game [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1940

The Lincoln _. Howard Game The leaves have mostly fallen now , the ai r has a tang to it , and the sun fast disappears behind the rolling hills of Chester County . Their is a spirit of exuberance in the air , one of exhiliration , one that tingles . Students are packing their knapsacks , hitch-hikers are on Route 1 , all up and down the campus there is a hustle and bustle . We ’ re going

Publication Title: Lincolnian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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