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THE SEMINARY [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
THE SEMINARY ‘ _fine ‘ i’iueo logi cal Semi um _rm n ’y of Limmco l n _[ J _imiver ’s-it y _umunnm _iii er ’s ap—p n ’oxinm m ate l y th inly —two _students _th is y ean - . ‘ J _. ’tmei ’e an- c severn stu—derrts inn tim e _Juuniom ’ Class , of _whn -onnm five ar-c _g-m-adum a-t-es of ’ time college _clep an [ r um ent _of’ thins _inm _~ ti—tutior _i . The Thueo log _-ica i students concl u c _I tim elm - Lyceum , which _ummee-ts _e _\ ~ _er ’y Tluursd-ay evening . r _[ ~ _lm i s pr ’ouum is-es to lie a prosperou s year ’ Lot ’ [ h e seminary . - _- -
CONFERENCES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
CONFERENCES _. _~ e conference at Buck _U’ill Falls will be the mmmos t imp _ort _ant in wh ich we will _p ar’t _icip ate _d’u _’ r _ ing the year . _ _;_ The _Seiuuina r ’ y will begin active p am ’ticip at _i on in the Y . M . _C . - A _~ . _Cabin-c t th is y ear . _— - _- -
TO JOIN OR NOT [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
TO JOIN OR NOT I . W . T . Son _mm e o _m ne has aptly _said that time yout _h _ol’ umm r’ time ar-c ‘ u r atm ir _al j oiun em _’ s . ’’ \ V _lm e timer ’ this is en—tin ’e hy tm-u-c , we hes i tate to sa y , limi t timer -c can be rio domnbt thu -at in a imm easun - e _tl mis is true . So nmmmm ohm _inav e we seen tim e _de-rmm onistr’at icn of tins joining _tenctency , t i nat we have felt time nee _d for a _m alt , or a mm _mor ’e deliberate n ’atio _n ma _h i z at n o _nn on time part of’ scimi e people par—tic i m la m ’ ly stmmde n -t s , -Son nie of time inmost f ’ req mn _emm t ly repeated _argumen ts in favor - of ’ time joi _ni i mm g- attitude oh’ mmmost stu — _dlenl [ s am - c : ( _-1 ) _tlme y - _ah h ’ _or-d- a _In-ar _-in less omm tle-t _ion - the gm _’egar ’ — iomn s instinct- , ( 2 ) [ lucy teach social usage amid ommstoimn s , ( 3 ) they _los 1 cr’ _fin-c whmo i eso _mi m e _I ’ _rlc _ncIi — ships _aimmonig’ tim e me-nibers , ( 4 ) they iris -pin -c loyalty amid o...
The PoeFs Pen " As _im agin ation bodies forth Time for - n-is of timings unknown , tine poet ’ s pen Turns them to shapes , _and gives to airy not _inm ng A loc _rm l habita tion and a name , " _—Sin-akesnear e - [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
The PoeFs Pen As _im agin ation bodies forth Time for - n-is of timings unknown , tine poet ’ s pen Turns them to shapes , _and gives to airy not _inm ng A loc _rm l habita tion and a name , _—Sin-akesnear e - * * * POSTSCRIPT ( For Joann e ) In the silver gray Of tin-c- infant _d awn - We met , And because Your ’ lips were Cr’ims-on jetsPainted , on a pale mask , Ami d tin e ~ _vini _d- withn Long slender ’ fingers Play-ed in tin e bronzed golden , Of your ’ hair I sang my joyful _hmosannas At tim e _immating of our souls , Now in tin e soft coolne ss Of Oc tober ’ winds _It _cmii _emmmbr mince Is a fia _nm e Slow burning . _BU’RDETT _-STITH , ‘ 36 CRUSHED Mad world , you crush me Your’ _elutehmc-s- pres-s tight - Against niy throat , You lay so h eavy against ,: my olnest , V Yomm tie me down to eartin Like -Gu lliver and imis Li iiiputian s Yomn tic and smot iner me . , - I was told th _i at I was your master , I was told timat I _m a _d dominion , P imi losop in er ’ s told me t...
COMPULSORY CHAPE L [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
COMPULSORY CHAPE L THE LINCOLNIAN Int r . d aa _second -class mall at the Lincoln Ufllv . r . _lty Post Office , Lincoln Unive _r sity , _- - _Penns 1 _vanla - Annual _Subso ript _lon—$1 . _50 _ : se d subscriptions to Th e LincolfliUn , cf Professor W . L . Wright , LlIcóin Univ ., Chester Co ., Penna , R . E . O . Answer ing tim e _dnmand- as well as the desires of’ a large part -of _Un e student body at . Lincoln Un _! .- ver -sity . lion’ -an organ , The Linc _, O _lnian- rmi ak es its appea _nian ce . IL - -is planned to _pubhi siu _tin s -paper ’ every - t-wo weeks , giving a faithful and accurate re cord of happenings on thm e canipuns . In _carrying out . t _u nis p _. r—ogra m , the _editors ~ v _ill depend - _Uh ) Ofl tim e co—- ‘ ~~ _Crati _omm ari d enthusiastic sup—- : pQ ~~ ol’ the student body as well _; _á _~ ’ - _-the _faculty in pub _h is iming a news-pa-per wom _’thy _of’ the inig ’l-mes t tradition -of Lincoln University . _IL _is- ou t ’ init _emi tion to car _’...
Student Council States Policy Says Gr oup is Not a Pol -ice Force ; Asks Co-op -erat ion of Students . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
Student Council States Policy Says Gr oup is Not a Police Force ; Asks Co-op-erat ion of Students . - ‘‘ To develop and _m ai _n tain a tn ’rme sta-rida-r’d . of _eonnd-uct among tIne stm m ch emmt s at Lincoln Un iv crs—i _t-y ’’ , is tin e preambl e of’ time con—s t itu tiomm of time Stu _d ent _Comnnei i n _m mmc _i _I-he idea mnpo _mi win riehu tim e or—g _’aniz ati omi was estab l is im ed . Simnmi l ar ’ fm _, _mn ction m i _ni _~ - bo _dies exist _in-i ahm os it every _sociiai corn—mmm _mu nm-i ty especially in edmnc at-iona i _mi s ti tuitio n s , and jm _ns-t as numero us ar- c f-he conceptions of time -se bodies cmi time part of tIm e _m di — victuals _-all ’ ecteci by tim em , Time Student Com _mncil is often look _ed upo n as a policing body , _11 ’ we accept tine , word- ‘‘ polic e ’’ in tine _mnm odi er-n sense , _- timat is truly ~ _vlmia t tim e comuncil is—a police force , a Mod-cr- n p olice force , _In thm e _limos -I recent times , imow—even- , timis duty- inas c...
FRATERNITIES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
FRATERNITIES H . A . F . - Then - c is muc h _[ _m at _can lie said . against fraternit ies ; there is ju -s-t as mu _el m t i mat ca-n be said i 1 fl- _~ _’tlnei 1 _’ fa vom ’ . A gre -at mum any p _’ eop ~ e— _an- d possibly you _ann _cl I—think _Il mat _fr aterm n it ies add insult to . ,- inju r ’y , or- be tter ’ , im- ijury to in . — suit- -a ft -er ’ _th at inh ’ erm _ma i -perio d -when tIne ne-o pi nytes ar-c ini tiated into _frat _-er na _l ism , Sucim a tlmoug _-un t -ia- -j t _, m - st _i fia bl e -wimor _m one _slops to _thj nk t i mat it is _aln m i o st impossible for a neop _imyte to eximib-i t a brotherly - attit u de after a night in which it seem s that all h—i hmas broken ioos-e , Tim e I’d do it a-gain for ’ dean ’ old Eta B-eta Pi i ~ -pure fi ction - i ; a sugg est-ion of a second degr ’ee fil l s th e imear t of a ‘ neophy t e wit-li unspe akable 1-er—-ror . _’ IL ~ vouid i be int er-es ting to see --the reaction - i if it were n ieces—èary to _imul ti m e su...
CO-OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
CO-OPERATION J . H . R . _Liu ico ln University is _commipo sed of two departments , the _‘ _I’imeo . logical -Scinool end -College on . ’ undergraduate _sch ool , _U nfortun—a t-ely , fo r s - ever-al apparent - _rea ~ sons tim ere _m a _e been -i an- ever wiclenming br-e aein between - these _twa de p art nme nts . No in-s-titu _-tiomi , has . _cdi on smu _ch m _priu _-icipi e ~ a s tini ~ soim _ool , can-i function as it _ou gh t to wit _h -oondition _, s existin g _mrs _th ey do between the componennt parts . Cer ’tainh y tim e students _in-i tine Tim _b ology school are due a _ocr _’ -- lai n amount of resp ect by t _lm _a ni _eni in I-inc college . ‘ rh ey ar ’ e _dune th is- respect , not only be caus _m t incy _ima ve air-ca-dy- ’ go ne th mro _m ng _hu college , for tim e most part an-d-are t inerefo re muc h more mature , b ut also because of the field in win iehm ti _mey are p reparing to die tim _ely life ’ s _wor’k , At the same timm m o , time college _mmm _cii lmav e ...
THE NEW DEAL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
THE NEW DEAL _I _. L . G . _‘ _l’lme Ne w Deal ush er-ed in by J ? m ’es _-ide _mn t Roosevelt in his supervision of’ time countries ’ in _dus- — tm _’ies _amu d far-nm produce , inas its n ’igint foot , f ’ _oowam’cL , This -New Deal is a tt en _ump _I -i ng to satisfy tine bet—ten - -we lfar ’ e of’ tim e masses of peopl e in this country , rather t inan j mnstif ’ y tin e r ’ight of tim e individual to enormous pro -fits at the cx—pens of’ his br ’other man . A clm a _mmge in tim e spiritual - and men—-ta-I a [ [ i t u ci e of tine nation is- talc — irm g- p _lc -ce _, Tin is ~ clmanginmg’ _econom ic sys—lenin is exerting a profound in—t _him enm _o c _onm lim e pm ’esent mind _Imiture ot’ stur ci erm [ s _and _I a c _mm _I t y every—whmer - e , lit l . _hia t r ’cspeet , a New Deal is ounrs lucre -at Lincoln - . Jm nst as- industry is expected - to _adjust - im c r s e I _I to tim e larger t imoug ’lnt of tim e welfare of tim e masses of people , so are we cx—pe o tech t-o adjus...
INITIATIVE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
INITIATIVE WEE . - _-. _- _, S ~ if —i niti _a-tive is one of tim-c gr eatest traits of cimara cter th at _ynouti _m can poss ibi _y- _nh e v e _1 _0 _Youth is merely a transitorial period from childhood to man--hood . It is within tine re alm of _thiS : per -iod t _imat one f-amiiia r ’iz-es himself witin tin e pr ocesses and adv _a-nces of mod ern life . It is during this peri-o di [ m at the inner urge makes imim go forth in life , _- ( Continu ed on Page 4 ) -
_- ‘ _- - Kam pus Kap ers WITH THE RABBLE _I COVER THE CAMPUS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
_- ‘ _- - Kam pus Kap ers WITH THE RABBLE _I COVER THE CAMPUS - OOI _~ iN ~ _LIU’S W . E . -COOPER—con _~ i-rnon _1 y refer-ned to as Neil _ ~ go and Stone V ace , a macuiher ,- of the class of ‘ 33—5 . He is a somew imat shy _ch ap , al-ways -self—effacin g . His out standing contribution to _cammipu s life -is h-mis ability to oecmipy lim e same place in _thn _, e affections- of so _nnan-y fe—m ales , at tim e san-ic time , He also _is ~ a menmber of tin e bass section -i of tin e Glee Chub , Mn . Cooper is also to be remembered for - tim e p ~ wo-r’ _whi icim inc -exer ’cises t-hru _his _hypno tic eye , _JAMiES _AJDAnMiS—better _knoiw nm as Brooklyn ’s Prid e and- Joy , a son of ‘ 34 , -He is know n for hi s ability- to out -si gnify the best of tine can-i-pus sign-ifyer s _,, Like _‘ ~ _Sto n efaee _lie is exceedingl y r oticemi t -a-bout hin self . James - always seeks to aid someone _cisc to happiness -, as was evidenced by his willing _as-sis lance to tin e - as—-s-i _stani t...
A WISE GUY [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
A WISE GUY _rhi no ot _iner clay , while day — dr -oa _mm _u in g - , _I _imappenec _! to coni c um p on , a gro _u p of _Ir ’esim nnen and _on e so p _ln ommmore , h ) _miS i ly enigaged in a . rim-on -c on- less ra m bling ‘ bum il —sessio n ’’ , Joi _n _in g - li-i-c- group I _lihc e _~ vis e b u sily- sca n nmo _di nmy nmmr _m mm _l - _in an _ohl ’ on’t to find a mmew iss ue to argue - upon . Failing in tI n s utt en n -pt ., _I happ ened lo gl ance _Ir- o rn _nay _1-i cr-oh-i and _ira _— mediately \ vitmmes s-ed arm interest . — mug ineid-e _nm-t , TI-i-c Biology in—s- ti- mo tor- was busil y engaged _m m parvinm . g- at the _cu to-n- surface of a tree ~ vithm a si-ian- p _in-iStrumi _-iont , I calle d l i mo fellows ’ _altermtion _lo ti n s imneid -en _t . Tinou gh a good fifty yard s a-way , we beg-a n _cxl ) n ’cs-s—-im m g our various opi nions of v ir at he was doing . Some said inc was scra -p imm g time ban-id off to oxIm i _hu il inn _mi s Biology class ; _othen’s said ...
Cheynéy ‘ Day is _ Celebrated Five _Hui ~ dre d Visitors Wit -ness Varied Pro gr am [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
Cheynéy ‘ Day is _ Celebrated Five _Hui ~ dre d Visitors Witness Varied Pro gr am A van-ied _, progr am held sway at I In e State Tea _ehm en ’ s ’ College , Chm en ey , Pa ,, wili _enm tine annu al Cln _ey-mmey Day was cele-br ’at ed onm Satmmm’d -a . y October ’ _1 _/ _m _tim , _Pa r en ts ami d l ’ m- ie nrds -of tim e stud _len ts won-c tim _cic in full force ,, approximately 500 visitor- s enjoying tin-c activities , ‘ rim e gem -renal subject for ’ ti-i c clay was _Th e N-egr o Cimurc _im and the Ncgr ’o Seine _d Linke d , by the Negro _1-lomne for National Recover y . It was discussed fr ’onn all a ngles by- speak ers r-epr ’es-ent—-ing t Ime schmoo l and tim e cimu _-n-ehi in the afternoon pr ogram pn-ese _ni _-le d in Pen n sylvania H all , Aunmo _ni _g tinose wim-o addr ’cssed the audience were the Revere _nd , Rob—-em-I Bagna il , formmi _e _, r- field- score—tan’y Ion’ time - N . A . A . C . P ., and time Reverend D . W . Henr-y _\ _vlno dl iscussedf _tun e subject for’ ...
INITIATIV E [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
INITIATIV E ( Co ntinued fr om Page 3 ) - _- ‘ f’l mat un-ge is _lo be _d-ev-elope ~ j _in orde r’ to lead him to gre ater levels in-i lin e -w on-id . A level reached because of tb-i s inner urge : ~ _-i ~ mon- c- che rished , It is -something ti -n at is enjoy -able to th e fullest _cIegn ’ ee . _- - _- Simmc e mac den- n yo ut ln automat - ically enters colleg e now It- d _~ — volvo -s upon this institutio n - - -to enabl e and to encour ’age th-e ~ de—ve l op _mn en t of this -inner urge , - _- Lin coln Uni versit _y has _been- _. à beacon _hig _lm t for ’ otimer institutions of learning . -S-I-n e allows -her _sons- to t ake hold- of their own _allair ’ s t tnroug h tim e m edium--Of-slud _l ern t se l f— govn- nmen t . There am-c low defi nite rig’idi rul es , which _th ese stu -denits imave to obey . -She do-cs thn i s in an ende avor to allow tim e yom _n tlm s win o conic _m ere -for _edu cational pursuit , an oppor—tu _-n ii ly to do ~ elop a re liance Uponthmo _m mm s e l...
FREsll ~ _AN’ CLASS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
FREsll ~ _AN’ CLASS Because of its strategic locat ion , Li ncoln Univer ’s-ity draws a student bod y from the vario us se ction -is of tine country and foreign l _and’s . T lmere appeared at tim e p ortals of t imi s institu t ion of hea m-ning some eigimty- —se ven high -i school graduates t-o become Fres im men lien-c . Geog raphically , time _&gt; _’ represent the states - along tim e Atlantic Ocean -i fr- cnn Mass — a chnusetts- to Georgia Michiga n _and Iowa on-i tine West , In n’e—sped t-o dis -tr _’ibui ion as to states , N ew Jersey pr ’obab iy leads tim e lis t , wit im Was h in gton imo id _li ng the same positio _n in respect to ci ties , Time cl a ss , as a w hole , possesses muc in talen t timat will be cal _led upon for ’ various campus activi ties- , A por tion of Limes e men _answel ’edi Coac in Martini ’ s firstcall for ’ foo tball practi ce and - continued w-ithn a- keen interest , Dum ’ing thm eir first few days on tim e campus th e quickly reermnnte d Fr...
HONOR _- STUDENTS— 193± I 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
HONOR _- STUDENTS— 193± I 3 Juniors : _- _1 _st Group : - Jan n es W . Adann s - ~ - - - Alf re d W . Walker ’ _- _- _I-I _. Alfr-ed _- _IParrehl 2 nd- -G roup : Delm _a- as D . Anderson Waiter ’ W . Bonnen ’ Wi ll ia _mim _II _, Braxton _- _1-la ro id P . -Coiope r Willia m J . Bush Sidney C-r _’ichm h otw - Erne st M . Dandridg _-e - Norma n E . _Gaskhm s Ir a L . Gibbo - n ~ G eorge A , Gon-e - -Ray mond 0 . Hat -elmer ’ - _- _- George _-C . La iw Ivory L , Manley _- - - -: Ha rold R . Minus _: _- Ea rl 0 . Pre -e - - - i 1 _’alpin W . P ur cell Woodro w W . S-mithe-y _Id-el W . E . Taylor Leroy W . Upp e rman Sophomores : 1 st Gromnp : Joseph And -orson it aieig _hn E . Carr ’oli Wendell Erwin 2 _n d Gro up : Fn ’ank E , Betz Fred _lerick W . Day Jannes C . Day -Regi nald £ Fr-co Wins t on H . Gibbons Will-i a n-i T . Murp in y _-R andolph E . O ’ _iN-e-aLe Wil ey W . Parker Joh n B . Ph m a r r Ca n ton C . Ric imard _is Ebone z e r A . _Scihiandom ’ ! William J . Sim monn _a J...
ABBIE MITCHELL IS THINKING AN ART ? [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 October 1933
ABBIE MITCHELL IS THINKING AN ART ? W . H . Gibbons O ne can ofte n fin -nd gromn p s on time camT _ipum s of Lincoln Univ er s—i ty indulging in son-i-ic _cli iscus sion on’ o t -imer . Al one of timese ci is — emi ssion _s , tine qun e stion an-os -c as to wh el _m -e n- thinking was a n ar- I . T _ime r o were those wh o felt th _m at it was not considered an art by the ancients a-nd even to —da y , timer- c is a ques tion as to its being so . Ti was slated - that tIme Fm ’ ench _ma an n ’ eg-a r-d _. s tlmin k in _. g as one of lim e seven-al arts . What is _youn r opin i on ? Winy not permi t Abb e D imnet to settle t inis ?