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Sophs And Pr eps In 13-13 Stall [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 17 December 1940
Sophs And Pr eps In 13-13 Stall On Saturday , November 30 , the verdant Freshmen ‘ battled the omnipotent _Sophon-iores to a 13-13 standstill . In previous years this has been somewhat of a Freshmen affair with the Preps emerging victorious from the fray , but the past two games have both ended ~ n ties , On a pass , Harder to De ~ Thser , the Preps moved into scoring distance and on an end sweep , Carter _cairying , the Preps drew their first blood , Late in the third quarter after moving into Sophomore land on a pass , Ball to Hoffor , run by Carter and another pass by Harder to Winston , Ball plunged for the score and DeLisser kicked the extra point . Highlighting the game was the clever play of the Preps linemen and fine running by the Sophomore ’ s Robinson .
New Job [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 17 December 1940
New Job Dr . S . P . Robert s Elected President Of Trustee Board Dr . T . J . Bass , ‘ 35 , former University Phy’sician is now in Government service . He is located at Freedman ’ s Hospital , Washington , D . C . Drink ye the draughts of the gods and intoxicate thyself on the wisdom therein . By Geel Claiborne Fowlkes . THE CLICK of the cue ball meeting another ball and the low drone of a ball rolling across green are new sounds to be soon welcomed ‘ here ‘ at Lincoln , Yes , if the Y plans for ‘ having pooi tables here come thru , the basement of Rendall will soon be ringing with such sayings as straight back , cross-side , and other billiard ‘ bickerings . POPULAR SAYINGS at Custard ’ s Hot-Dog stand : — - Shoot the mustard to me , Custard . PARDON our intervention but Ye Olde Vaile Memorial feud is rapidly thawing out ( to the unlearned we mean its getting hot . ) We noticed last issue a slight manipulation of genie and chromosomic words . Although entirely impartial , we would ...
_Elealt h Report [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 17 December 1940
_Elealt h Report Dr . T . J . Bass , former TJniversity physician , h’as lef t with us a few of ‘ his observations and suggestions . After making an extensive study of the health pro ~ lem in Negro institutions , ‘ he has sueceded to a great degree in improving health conditions on Lincoln ’ s camp us . Much has ‘ been done in the University dispensary to promote more ‘ healthful conditions among students . Dr . Bass and his capable student assistant , Mr . Aaron Peters , expanded the health program to accommodate care of most minor diseases and physical defects , H oward Form Adopted The Howard University form for examinations was adopted , and the doctor ’s , work began in earnest . This form of examination ernphsizes history , previous illness , operations and injuries , examination of cardiac vascular system , lung findings ( stethoscopic ) and presence of hernia or potential hernia . All candidates for the various athletic teams were examined before their participation in any r...
[ If You Ca n ’ t Be A Sport [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 17 December 1940
[ If You Ca n ’ t Be A Sport By St . Jul _lan DeCosta , Jr . Features Ed itor I am usually one to take issue with the administration , but in this edition , I feel it my duty to take issue with the student body . I am speaking now of the practice of Lincoln students in their flagrant abuse of certain regulations of the Dean . Weekend a Killer Over the past month end , things have come to such a state that the Dean of Men has ‘ been compelled to clamp down in a most stringent fashion . I wholly agree with him . The question with which I am concerned deals with drinking and the presence of women in the dormitories . Now , I am well aware of the fact that drinking is strictly taboo on the campus , but I feel that this regulation , instead of ‘ being directly prohi ’bitory , is more for restraint . By th’at I mean that it is not for the purpose of stopping one from taking a few drinks , but rather to keep one from takin g too many , thereby making a complete fool of oneself . A good exa...
Mrs . Roosevelt Is Among Prominent Speakers At Meet [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 17 December 1940
Mrs . Roosevelt Is Among Prominent Speakers At Meet Washington , D . C . —Mrs . Franklin D . Roosevelt will head an impressive list of speakers at the N . S . F . A . Congress to be ‘ held at the New Jersey College for Women , New Brunswick , where student leaders of America will gather December 27 through 31 , to discuss The Role of Student Government . Long recognized as one who understands young people and their problems , and who is willing to spend time and energy in working with them , Mrs . Roosevelt will be welcomed by delegates who anticipate her message with keen interest . The discussion program for the Congress is virtually complete , and delegates should confer with their councils and should acquaint their st’udent ‘ bodies with the type of discussion that will take ‘ place at New Jersey colleges . This discussion is of the utmost importance in order that councils may indicate which topics appear to them to be the most valuable to their campus . Delegates ( each school ...
Clef Chatter [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 17 December 1940
Clef Chatter Looking on the classical side , and also the patriotic side , Ballads for Americans as rendered ‘ by Paul Robeson is a selection that all true music lovers should hear . The Lincoln University Music Appreciation Club ‘ has this record in its reDer ~ t ~ ir _~ ,, and all students should arrange to hear it . Jumpin ’ in C is the latest swing number as fea tured by Jimmy Lunceford . In this number , the typical riffs , solos and rhythms of Luncefqrd are played to perfection . Please don ’t think this column is partial to Glenn Miller , but as our choice of the best in swing , and sweet discs of the week , Miller ’ s arrangements rate at the top . The Five O ’ clock Whistle , as played by G . M . is the top swing record of the week , while Ray Eberle chirps A Handful of Stars just good enough to give the number its ‘ best vocalizing thus far heard ,
California Grads Lead [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 17 December 1940
California Grads Lead Berkeley , Calif . ( I . P . )—More ‘ University of California graduates successfully pass civil service ex- ‘ aminations and receive ‘ appointments as junior professionals in the Federal Government than do graduates of any other university ‘ in the United States . This fact is brought out ‘ by a survey just completed under the sponsorship of the President’s Committee on Civil Service Improvement . The University of California is credited with 117 junior professional appointments by civil service examination during the period 1935-39 . The University of Minnesota was second with 108 .
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY , JANUARY 29 , 1941 . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY , JANUARY 29 , 1941 . 0 O / ~ niver _é ~ t _, Omega and Al p ye Pan Hellenic Constitution Trustee Board President Flu Warnin g Dr . E . P . _Roberts , New York City , was the first Negro to be honored with the election of president of the Lincoln University Board of Trustees , Of the ten years Dr . Roberts has served , three of them have been as VicePresident . He replaces Dr . Finney who resigned because of illness . There is no need to throw a scare into the student population by something which so far has been absent , but enough cases of influenza have been noted to warrant a word of warning . Everyone should know that while this disease is contagious , much can _‘ be done by the individual to prevent its spread . This disease affects individuals so differently and presents so many symptoms that it _is almost impossible to set a standard for people to follow . The following precautionary measures , however , should ‘ be be adhered to : 1—Dress warmly without c...
Y . M . C . A . Confere nce [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
Y . M . C . A . Confere nce The Y . M . C . A . Cabinet wishes to announce the following conferences during the next semester . All students interested may attend any one of these conferences . The first conference will be held on _Febru’ary 6 th _axid 7 th at Washington , D .. C . ~ A _Citisenship Conference _. ~~~~ _Capital * _ill will be _coMposed of delegates from a select number ~ of _’ colle ~~ s _, The dele- ~~~~ w _1 _fl _~ _1 _i a _~ fo ~~ _ortunity to vi ~ t Capitol Hill _, yto ~ talk with Representativé ~~ Voorhées , to see thèir _o ~ . vn Congressman , to do some lobbying , to attend a committee hearing , and to get the latest information from the Department of Chiefs and aids in La- ‘ bor , Housing , Education , Defense , and Agriculture . The Student Christian Movement will have an alumni dinner as a form of recreation and means of fellowship for the delegates . This conference will cost each individual $3 . 90 . On February 23 rd a student exchange at Ursinus College ...