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APA and AAAS Hold Jo in Meeting ; Lincoln Represented [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
APA and AAAS Hold Jo in Meeting ; Lincoln Represented Dean Johr son and Dr . Furth journeyed to Philadelphia on Decem ber 28 , 1 _~ I 4 O , to attend a joint meeting of the American Philosophical _Asr ociation a _ii d the American _Association for the Advancement of Science . The conference , attended ‘ by some of the most prominent economists , sdelitists , _end _, philosophers of the day , was t _ie ) _~ _first of its kind ever held . Professor ~ _Tilbur M . Urban , of Y a 1 e Univ . _mrsity , lectured on Science ano Value . He was followed by professor Frank H . Knight of the Economic department of the Univ _’rsity of Chicago who gave a time _1 ~ r discourse on Fact and Value _ii ~ Social ence ; the next speake _~ ’ was Professor R . B . Perry , of _Harvard , who lectured on Th e _Scisnce of Value and the Value of Science . Immediately afterwards , _Mes- . sers . Gregory Bateson ‘ of the Museum of Natural History of New York City , ‘ Morris R . Cohen of the University of Chicago ...
N . S . F A [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
N . S . F A On Decen ~ ber 27-30 , 1940 , the N _, S , F . A . met at the New ~ J ersey College for Women in New Brunswick , New ~ ers ey . The purpOse of the _National ‘ Stuc ~ ent Federation is to give _consideratiomi to questoins affecting student interest , to develop and vigorously express an Inte lligent stu _dent ~ opinion on questions of national and interna tional Importance , to loster _understandl _~ ig among the students of the world in the furtherance of our enduring peace , an _~ l to create a program for the Youth of America on vital problems . In Article 4 Section 1 of the _preaMble , it vigorously pledges itself to the causes of Academic Freedom in both professional and student ranks . The highlights of the conference came _‘ y ~ khen the students ref used to ado ~ t a resolution supporting an Anti-Lynching Bill . While Mr . _IJendall Chase , representative of Lincoln fought vigorously for the students to adopt it , the Howard University delegates left .
Nick ens Makes Cra y fish Suffer For Fift y Cents [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
Nick ens Makes Cra y fish Suffer For Fift y Cents Oswald J . ~ Nickens , ‘ 48 , was fifty cents richer the other day after a Biology Laboratory period . On a bet _with two of his classmates , _Nickeri s ‘ swallowed a portion of the intestines of a cray fish that ha ~ been used for experimental ~ urpose s . Edward Robinson , ‘ 43 , and Fred Way , ‘ 43 , were the losers of the bet . Neithex of the men ‘ believed that Nicken ~ would do what he offered ‘ and ~ o they took the ‘ bet . When the money was pr oduced , Oswald cah _~ ily disconnected the intestines with _his ~ _cape _1 afld _, consumed _thex _~ i _, formaldehyde : all . ~ _• ‘ _‘ , _• • Nickens ~~~ d • r ~ o -ill effects from his ta ~ ty appet _izer with the ~ _exeeptioh o ~~ a few _minutes after he had retu ned to his room
One of 10 Greats [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
One of 10 Greats But when asked whether Miss Anderson rug-cuts or not , Lee answered with a hurried Oh , no , no , no which seemed to express in one all-inclusive attitude the • • • _~ ing _~ r ’s _own’ -good _sense Of ‘ fitness , _the ezpectatioii . ’ of ’her millions of ‘ ad ~~ _irèrs _~ ’all ‘ o ’ ve the world , and _th e dig ty o _1 ~ the art _whi ~ h so Miss Anderson was recently voted one of the ten outstanding young women in the United States • ‘ for th e- year l 940 _~ ’ _’ _AmOng her accomplishments for that period were her mid-summer concerts at the Robin Hood Dell in Philadelphia , and at the New York City Lewisohn Stadium , when she smashed all previous attendance records . She also _‘ san’g on a coast-to-coast Roosevelt - for - President radio broadcast . As for Paul Robeson , Bobby said _lie ‘ gave the impression of ‘ greater ‘ social reserve than one would expect , although that by no means suggested snobbishness .
i . adie s’ Auxiliary Dona tion Results In Gym Equipment [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
i . adie s’ Auxiliary Dona tion Results In Gym Equipment Turning the results of their efforts over to the ‘ athletic department , the Ladies’ Auxiliary of Lincoln University donated $621 to ‘ be used for properly equipping the gymn asium . Athletic Director Manuel Rivero , in expressing his appreciation of the gift , listed the new equipment made possible ‘ by the $621 . Coach Rivero stated that much of the new equipment would allow for general student participation in such indoor sports as badminton . Following is a list of the gym equipment ‘ bought by the athletic department : 102 ‘ box lockers ; 20 double tier lockers ; 2 goal high standards ; 2 jump ing and vaulting standards ; 2 ‘ horizontal ‘ bars ; 4 floor mats ; 2 wall mats beneath the baskets ; 1 set of pulleys ; additional badminton equipment ; and a sca le .
Mr . Still Awaits M . A . Degree [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
Mr . Still Awaits M . A . Degree Theodore Still , ‘ 38 , instructor in the Political Science Department , ‘ has just revealed that he has taken his final examination for ‘ his M . A . degree at the University of Pennsylvania , He will receive his degree February 17 , and he plans to continue his study for his Doctorate . Mr . Still started work on his Masters Degree in the summer of 1938 , Josef L . ‘ Hromdka of the Princeton Theological Seminary , formcr 13 ’ of the _Czechoslavakian Student Christian Movement and Dr . A . J . Musté , who is Director of the Fellowship of Reconciliation . This conference will cost $10 . 00 for every individual who attends it . The Y , M . C . A . Cabinet would like to take this opportunity of extending to the students of this institution a cordial invitation to attend any or all of these conferences . •
Graduates For Februar y 1941 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
Graduates For Februar y 1941 Ten men pack their grips and trunks in ‘ preparation for a final farewell to the campus of Lincoln University , Those men come from the Northeastern section of the United States . In the majority of cases these men will attend graduate schools in their different fields . Their presence on Lincoln ’ s campus will be greatly missed . The individuals are : Virgil J . Young , Hartford , Cone . ; E . E , Cannon , New York City , N . Y . ; G . S . Carter , New York City , N . Y . ; H . W . Gould , New York City , N . Y . ; K . M , Phipps , New York City , N . Y . ; L . P . Leonard , Philadelphia , Pa , ; W . B . D . Cooper , Philadelphia , Pa . ; C . M . _Bi ~ own , Washington , D . C , ; R . M . Alexander , Harisbur , Pa .
Aviation Finals [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
Aviation Finals The C _, A , A , aviation training period came to a partial close Tuesday , January 21 , When the students enrolled in the course took their final examinations in meteorology and navigation . During the past three months the men have been engaged in learning the f ’ ~ ndamental and slightly more advanced maneuvers in flying , Several men have made their cross country flights which so far have been satisfactory . The cross country flight is a prequi site to obtain a pilots license . The examination in pr actical eying will be held in the near future . ‘ _,, Plans are unde rway for a course identical with the _- presen t ‘ One during the se ~ ond semester ,
N . Y . Club Dance Well Attended [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
N . Y . Club Dance Well Attended A ‘ dance was given on the 20 th of December , 1940 by the New York Club of Lincoln University . It was attended by many Lincoln men , old and new . The Club also plans to have a smoker for its departing members , men who will graduate on February 1 , namely Messrs . E . E . Cannon , G . S . Carter , H . W . Gould’ and _, _’K . _lvi _; Phipp s . Tentative arran gements have been made to give a dance during the Easter holidays . The officers and members of the New York Club of Lincoln University would like to take this opportunity , of _, expressing their aiheere thanks to ‘ all attendants _ó _’theui last ‘ dance . ’
_VoL _XII [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
_VoL _XII Stude nts Receive Rare Social Honor In Meet ing Sin gers Several Lincoln men , among _them Robert E , Lee , Alvin S . Barefield , Franklin Williams , and Richard Fowler have had the rare honor of meeting , in a social setting , two of the most famous Negroes living toda _’ y , namely , Miss Marian Anderson and Mr . Paul Robeson . It was at the exclusive Brooklyn _ Conius Club dance , held at the Savoy Ballroom in Harlem , New York City , during the Christmas holidays , when Miss Anderson and Mr . Robeson were guests of honor ,
No " Great-I-Am " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
No Great-I-Am • _. Bobby Lee , especially , seems to have come into close contact with these two international cele- ‘ brities , and at the first Glee Clu’b rehearsal after the Christmas vacation Professor Dorsey prevailed upon ‘ him to tell the boys about his unusual experience . Bobby had the good fortune to have ‘ been in the same box with Miss Anderson , and to have conversed—even danced— with her . He described the ‘ great singer as extremel y charming and entirely innocent of the Great-I-Am pose . In fact , said Bobby , she talked end acted —and _ jive d —ju _st like anyone else .
The " Black Cloud " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
The Black Cloud ‘ Bobby seems to have been completely overwhelmed by one thing about Mr . Robeson , namely , the size of the man . He was so huge , Lee , said , that when you shook hands with him your hand got lost somewhere in ‘ his great , big paw ! Upon this Mr . Dorsey remarked that it was easy , from such an impression , to see how Robeson could have kicked a ball from one end of the field to the other , which is exactly what he is reputed to ‘ have done at Rutgers years ago . The Black Cloud , he had been called then .
Cam pus Trivia Phi Beta Sigma Philosophy Club [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
Cam pus Trivia Phi Beta Sigma Philosophy Club Omega Psi Phi With the first half oh the year over , and the spring _session looming in the near future , Mu Chapter of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity is ‘ getting ready to put in as useful and interesting a program as time and resources will allow . Most important of its undertaking is the James Weldon Johnson Awards for Creative Writing to be made to those freshmen who will win it in open competition . The final arrangements for these prizes , two in _nuini er , are in the hands of a committee , and full public notices on the contest will appear early in the second ‘ semester . Meanwhile , all freshmen are aprised of the fact that the final date for the receiving of entries ‘ has been set as March 15 , 1941 . The fields of creative literature from which prospectives may choose their medii _, _tms are : Poetry , Lyrics ( for a song ) , the Short Story , the Essay , One-Act Play , and Declamation . The other two items on Sigma’s program f...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
By Gee Cee Fowikes , ‘ 41 ‘ 41 forges in and we attempt a salute to it . ‘ 40 ibrou’ght no bad things t’o Lincoln . Some of us sprouted wings and amazed our fellow-eaters at lunch with interesting tales of how we got lost over Oxford in a snow flurry and how thrip le-threat motors fumbled , stumbled , and grumbled ‘ at 10 , 000 fe et , all of which we listened ‘ patiently to . And about 150 of us trembled visibly whenever we entered the P . 0 ., and then removed sweat from our brow on seeing n’o letter from your Uncle Sam . —ALMOST—In ‘ 40 , we almost got pool tables , we heard a whisper of a swimming pool , ‘ and we ‘ nearl y had a Y that meant well , ‘ but we didn ’t : maybe ‘ 41 will do us better . JUKE _JAMMER S : Our New Year ’ s lament is for the lost swing era—the golden goblets swimming with jitterbugs —and all the glamour that enclosed 1934-37 , Do you remember when you waited up far into the night for Fletcher Henderson to swing into Chris Columbus and for - _ _Chu Berry ,...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
THE LINCOLNIAN Published by the students of Lincoln University semi-monthly , during school year Member of Inter-Collegiate Press Association . Entered as second class matte _, ’ at the Lincoln Universit y Post _orrice , Lincoln University , Penna . _BOAJW 0 ’ EDITORS Edi tor-In—Chief , _Jesse _Gloster , ‘ 41 _Mniingiiig Editor _George _15 _. _TwIne , ‘ 42 News Editor _Oswah ~ _Hoffier , ‘ 41 Fea ture Edito _, ’ St . J _uila n Do _Costa , ‘ 41 Sport s Editor Jum _e ~ Baker , ‘ 41 Rewrite Editor _Geor ge U . Canno t , , ‘ 43 BUSINESS DEPARTMENT _Buslijess _Matiager _mit t ~ _Iioclcley , ‘ 42 Ad vertising Ma _nager W . _Gitrilel d _W’Ilkcrson , ‘ _-Il Ad vert ising Stall’ _,,............................. ‘ _.. ‘ _‘ _- Judge 15 . l ’ nge , ‘ 43 ; _Untol d _1 _’Iei’ee , ‘ 43 ; I ’ _rlitee _J _5 _dwoods , J r ., _11 Cir culation _Matin _gem . ‘ , , ,, , , ,, ,, . , _,,,,,.,.,,., _,, , ,,, . _Wliiston A _• Dougla s , _‘ _-ii Circulation _Assistants _1 _t _, _u’old _Wltiteliend , ‘ 43 , _W...
ten by one ho loves Lincoln much ; but truth more . More [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
ten by one ho loves Lincoln much ; but truth more . More ~ over _, ~ iti _si _~ ’ ot the intent of this writer to offer a critique of Alma Mater , ’ ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ W _~ , have chosen Lincoln . For this ch’oice none of us should be apologetic . Lincoln extends to any serious student’ an opportunity to acquire a college ‘ training at a very reasonable figure . ’ If one is in need of work , jobs are freely given . - Through the Business Office some of us have _beel _) given the responsibility for the cleaning of a hall , a classroom , a couple of lavatories , work in the refectory , arrangin g ‘ a few chairs , or a white collar job in the library . Perhaps no other college , north of Washington , presents as many avenues for student self-aid . It is equally true that no other college , north of Washington , tolerates as much negligence to work assignments . To those of us who take advantage of the lack of strict supervision and actual enforcement of these duties , this criticism is directed ....
We Must Rise To Action In response to a request of the President of the Studen ’ Council , Mr . Bir chard , the University Business Manager [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
We Must Rise To Action In response to a request of the President of the Studen ’ Council , Mr . Bir chard , the University Business Manager has replaced all of the missing mirrors in the dormitory lavatorie ~ . This was done with the understanding that in the future the displacement of fixtures by students will appear on their college bill . _‘ Such an arrangement is fair to both ‘ th e students and the University . This brings us to another very pointed problem in our life on campus . Lincoln does n’ot possess the physical facilities of many other universities of its size and kind . In fact , what we have is _inadequate- _—to say the least . Objective evaluations of Lincoln ai’e’not made on the basis of our excuses , but in comparison with other institutions . We may fill our minds with mirages , but cold facts—in spite of what we think we rre—minimize our futile efforts to verbally compensate for what we have not . These words are writ-
Men and Inst _itutio ns [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
Men and Inst _itutio ns And here are brief paragraphs on this selection , which ‘ by no means exhausts the supply , either as to type or number . Ohio Builds a Nation , as the title suggests , tells the story of Ohio ’ s contribution to United States culture ‘ and history , ‘ both in men and material . The novelty of this book lies in the fact that it is made up of One page biographies of men , places , and institutions , and as such makes very easy and interesting reading . John Brown , Paul Laurence Dun- ‘ bar , W’arren G . Harding , and Wilberforce University are all here in cryptic descript ion . Iris Barry , in D . W . ‘ Griffith , tell’s us ‘ about the man who made among others , the great picture : Birth of ‘ a Nation . incidentally , there was a shortlived rumor on the campus Saturday that we were going to see this particular film , and the men were looking out for it in keen anticipation , if only to study it academically as to its true meaning and value . Fortunately , or ...
History of a Book [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 29 January 1941
History of a Book Ruth Benedi’ct’s ‘ book reviews again the controversy between scientific fact and scientific fraud in the field of anthropology and race relations . I have not read this ‘ book , ‘ but recommend it j ust the same ‘ because of its author ’ s reputation and also _‘ _because of some very flattering reviews . Oliver Wiswell is a historical novel covering The American , English , and French world of the late eighteenth century , and my young friend , Roscoe Browne , tells me it is an excellent book . Read it ‘ before the year runs out . Last but not least comes Youth and Sex — a ‘ study of sex attitudes among 1 , 300 college men and women . This famous ‘ book has had ‘ an engaging history in our library . The present copy is the fourth that has been ordered because the first three were calmly appropriated ‘ by some gentlemen who wished to look into this whole problem much more intimately . Apparently their research continues with unabated enthusiasm !