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Alumni Notes [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
Alumni Notes ALU _M NUS RECEIVES APPOINTMENT _Di ’ , Albert S . _[ leech , of tIm e class of’ ‘ _0-i , w’as notif _ied _cmi _Th murs _ni ay . _1 an’u any 4 thu , oh’ h is appci _u t tnmen [ , m y i 3 _ot’oug’hm Pt’e . _sicheiut _, Geor ge U . h’h _am’voy , o h’ Quie _ens County , New York , t _, ~ tIme Local Sch ool Board _/ _1 5 . 1 ) r , fl ccci is a p _remit him en _chm _um _i’chm . _chVi c wct’ker and phi )’—- si ci an _ci’ Corona , _Loum g I si and l . lie is time first Negro to h old a sch ool hoard post in Queens Dou _’n [ y .
Basketball Team Makes Successful _ Beginning To Pla _~ i Morgan February 16 th [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
Basketball Team Makes Successful _ Beginning To Pla _~ i Morgan February 16 th Lincoln University is _ull iq _ue among Negro colleges from a pug ilistic standpoint . At one t Ime it was probably more widely known in athletic circles for the feats of certain of its students in the bo xing ring Jthan In any other sport . The cauliflower industry is not one which requires a oo l—loge educaton as a requisIte to success , but when the two can be combined successfully , an added lustre resu lts therefrom . For a considerable length of t ime , the Orange and Blue basked in the mellow g low of th , e victories pi led up by the doughty Kid _Snowden , t he prize-fighting theologian . Not far behind ~ ere those tw o Delaware boys , who at one time . made a fair hid to clean up all opposition in this immediate vicinity , Ca idwe _ll Brown and Roland W _ilson . ‘ I a _1 ~ e Kid Snewden , for instance . Oh , you won ’t . Well , I will . He made as much as one thousand dolla rs a fight . Superbly ...
WITH THE RABBLE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
WITH THE RABBLE By George Porter _193 _: _3 has been relegated to the _~ _uts t , an d _uuavo i di a _h ) ly , we have -j _93 ! i wi _lhu us . We ai’e ad mon — _ishl _m’di by time sages to i ’ on ’ -gc [ tim e _Past and its scrm ’ows , fi nancial _u tnuci _u’m _l hu _r ’m ’w i _se , _until _face [ he fu t—U _‘ _c w _h im _uu s u _uu i l e . As’ you r _ead _h ose _h i mmes of _wu isriou _mi , you rca—l iz _e _I h _tu [ h-lucy a m’c ph ca sing to t’h e _C _) _’u aim u , h _cii n ’ , litu _1 _’ a careful con — rim ’ ‘ _ut _hio mm , _or’ ma tim _ci’ exa m ina—I icu un , shows a glaring’ d efect _, . The tme _j _’s o _uu ofi ’ eu ’h mug’ _suu cit _tudvi c e , _‘‘‘ _mc _I _) ’ I u _’ils you mow to forget . _‘ _1 ‘ In e N ow Yea t’ in mm cl on h _[ _cdi y _ir ’o _m mm b ses to he h ull of history a-s _fr uu ’ as Li n co i mm is conc err ’u ed . _1934 _ivi _h i nt a u’k Ili um ium ception of a sum m _fimer ’ session at Lincoln , with a ’ co—ed ucational pm’c , g ’ t ’ _n rim , under capable...
Ping-Pong Cham -pionship Scheduled Many Entrants Expected [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
Ping-Pong Championship Scheduled Many Entrants Expected The fi r’s h ~ an ‘ in nil pint g—pomm -g _chiarn-pi -o-um sin _iii _cl bin coi n _Un ]—- ‘ Varsity in sirm g’hes and doubles will he _dc _, _; i _cicci tin clot’ tim e auspice s -o h _thu o _~~~ , M . _C . A ., beginning - Tim u n _’schuy . \ _ir _ehi . 8 , amid cx—tond i ; ng thm _u’c-ughu Sa [ mtt’day , Felt 10 . Al i _en trie _s rui ns t hue in by umu idni-g _hm t , Fob . 5 . Approximately , fifty _sbu _cl-cnut _, s _am’c expected to enter , _rI ~ _hi _( ~ toui’m _m _aui mo _im t _‘ _a’ill hue in di—neat elm a-m ’ g’o _ci’ _Ju _ummos I-I , ltob i-n—-s-on , wit im time Intot’nmm u _t’al _Council -and time Sports- Departnmm en [ -of [ lie _LilN _iOOL $ N _IAN a ssus [ immg ’ . Pro-fess-ar ’ Sa _nm uel C . _I-lodge has been invite d t _. o act as l-l-cnct’ar y _Clmai r — mum-a-n of h Ito judges ’ committee . lie is a p-i n g ’—p _au g _em thus i as [ _, P ing—pong ’ hint-s hum _or -ca -sod _m m p o p ular i t y a _mum on g L i...
Intra -Mural Sports Create Great Interest [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
Intra -Mural Sports Create Great Interest In [ ram ura _i Bas _~ cc [ ha _hl ope ned Jaut . - 10 . with _grt _ium _es hue tween Fu ’es _-hmm mm on _rm mici So-pho _nmi ores , Jun—iou ’s and _Semmict ’ -s . In time op _cni in _, g g’L _ummme time l ~ t _’esh i mm _iem m , p i -ayimug a ‘ ash _, passing gau _u ic , scored an ovet ’wh oh mm _uiuug- vi ctory , 2 p 2— 5 . rE ~ lm _e wo rk of’ Bail ai’ci a mid Sim -ipley was cii t . s ta mm _ci i _ag . In a silo-c _tn cu _l-rm _m ’ gauiue in ~ _vhm ic _hm fine Juniors spur t—cu ’i in [ hue hum _st t im ‘ ce _nm ri-u to ~ _ci _’ play , to oveu ’c om e a ‘ 12 to 3 leach _a-I . _Ii all ’ , time Turn mm iot ’s em en’g _um ci victor ’s , 2 - 1—18 , ‘ flue last half was he a tu _t’cci by fi a sit ~ ‘ _mmii ci — _ecu r s h ots by Allen amid _Colnmn _’ _ian , and fast clicking ’ , passing a [ tack . Wit h timt ’ee _nmm _m nm u [ es to -play [ hue Scniom ’ -s i eadi mm g -15 to 10 , _Hunt mocked a thrilling side line sh ot . I ) -i ’ i b bi n mm :...
BOXING TEA M STARTED AT LINCOLN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
BOXING TEA M STARTED AT LINCOLN Lincoln Umiiversi [ y wihi enter ano tli-or _field of a _. t lmletic endeavor in the near future . Boxing a-n d wrestlin g were recently adde d t-o lim e list of regular ’ U . I . A . A . _spcn’t : s , and plans are being made for a possible three way meet lie tw een Li-n -coin , Ho wa rd and l-Ianmptomm . At tlmis writing a _deifl — mu _te progn ’amum is lacking , but it is th ough t th at mmmeet _, s _with m thu e various Atlu i ctic cl-ohs in and around Phila delphia will be arranged . ( Continued _from Coi . 3 ) by two s im a r _, p—sh -oc -ting forwards , wIt o are deadly sit-actors- fronm _i practicall y any point on tim e floor . Timey arc Martin Pree , h ’ on’ni _oi’ Dumibar Hugh School lum—im mary a-nd Jo imn _I’Iender-sc-n , -one [ _m m mc ea ~ [ a-in of Stuyvesant High Scluoo ] - toaumm . . Pn’eo , in particular , can _s-h oc-h Pn ’ _-cmmi all angles . and though _ondy _150 pounds , i-n weight -h _,, li-as _exlm i-bited a fighting spirit wo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 January 1934
SUMMER SCHOOL -EDUCATIONAL CO _-EDUCAT I ONAl LINCOLN UNIVERSITY , PENNSYLVANIA COURSES catering to the requirements of the teaching profession and to the degree in Liberal Ar t s . FACULTY—The repu table faculty of the University augmented by specialists in their respec tive fields . RECREATION , ENTERTAINMENT , LE CTURES—A program of outdoor sports including Golf . Visits to several historic sites vania . Tennis and in Penn syl For furt her infor mation address : Director oi ~ the Summer School Lincoln University , Penna _.
~ Livingstone Hall Completely Razed Loss ESt _imated at Eigh t Thousa nd Dollars _Llvingstonç Hail , at Lincoin [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 February 1934
~ Livingstone Hall Completely Razed Loss ESt _imated at Eigh t Thousa nd Dollars _Llvingstonç Hail , at Lincoin _Ufliver sity _, has been cornpletely destro yed by fire . At about 8 : 4 5 p . _in ., Friday , Feb ruar y 9 the cries of Firet _Fir ~ l startled the entire camp ’u s an _’ d brou ght students and momher s of the fa cu lty running from all di _i _’ectio n ~ towards the burn—iñg build ing . Flames had already began to burst from all the sides and : the roof of the building , and cracking and hissing among the tre ~ s shot skyward _with a f erOcity that defied all efforts to subdue . The emergency tire apparatus of the school includin g fire exting _! _lis’h’ers from the dorm itories were brought int o action by _the students but were absolutel y useless , d ue to the intense heat and the inability of the rn _e _1 ~ i to open the hydrant . in the meanti _m e calls had been sent to the Fire Department at Oxford , Pa ,, w hich r espo n ded with two _ti’uck ’s . The connections...
Lincoln Uni -versit y Receives Federal Aid Funds Made Available Will Enable Students To Remain in School [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 February 1934
Lincoln Universit y Receives Federal Aid Funds Made Available Will Enable Students To Remain in School _‘ _I’Iit _’o ug h funds made available by the Fede ral Emergency _Reliel Administration , a few students of Lincoln UnFversity , who have _1 ) _ee _n forced to discontinue their studies at the conclusion of the first semester will be able to resume them , The purpose of the Federal Emergency Relie f Ad—m inist _r at ion is to provide $5 , — 000 , 000 _‘ to $7 , 000 , 000 lot’ the higher education of young men and women _otlierwisn unable to co mplete _Ui _cit collegiate careers . _‘ _Pli e p rogram of the F . E . R . A . is gove r ned by the following stipulations : ‘‘ All _insULa tions of a collegiate or university character ( h e reinafter called co _• _ll&amp;tes ) _wlhi _eh desire such aid shall be incl uded , p rovided they are nonpr ofi t making as attested by the fact th _aI _, their regular educational buildings and grounds are exempt ed from the property tax levie...
Chicago Alumni Organize a Chapter [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 February 1934
Chicago Alumni Organize a Chapter Under the energe tic leadershi p of D r . Henry Goss , cl a ss ‘ 16 graduate oh’ _i ~ incoln Uni versity , living in Chica go have or ganized ~ chapter of the Alumni Associ’a—ti’o n . Fifteen responded to the call . The following omcers wer e elected : Att orne ~ 4 , Jerry . _l _3 _r _urntflel d , ‘ 95 ; Preside nt Emerit us ; Dr . Henry Goss , P resident ; Attorney , L . E . R edmond , ‘ 23 , Secretary ; Dr . A . N . Gordon , ‘ 24 , Treas urer . In a _bett ei _’ to each of the Chicago Alumni ‘ Dr . Alexander s’aid in part : _‘ ~ _Febl’ow Abumnus As president of the Lincoln University General Alumni , it . has given me great ‘ pleasure to learn of the formation of ~ st ron g Chapter of Lincoln Al umni in Chicago . Li ncoln men , particularly of the old er generation have alway s b oasted with pride of that good old Li ncoln spirit , of Lincoln loyalty , of Lincoln ‘ esprit de _corps . in these things . we have fel t that we were superior to the Alum...
Lions Defeat Hampt on Five [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 February 1934
Lions Defeat Hampt on Five In a _racis t thrilling ‘ and ha rd fough t contest , , Line _oln corn—p _i e t _e hy _i’ou _. t . _ed the Hamp to n Pirates ’ ‘ to ‘ the tune of 40 —25 , in the Ha mpton Gym , Saturday nigh t , Febr uary _17 _th . Fr om s tar t t o finis h the ga me was fraugh t with thrills , and the spec tators who filled the gym , were kept in suspense throughout as _th e Lions clearly demon—stiat ed th eir superiority with their lightning — like speed and acc uracy . Prese nting an air—tight dc—t ense and a well —or g an _I zed passing a ttack , t h e Lions took and mair d _ain e d the lead from st art to finish . Lin coln began the score very soon after the whi stle , and th e _Hampton Coach , who had started hi s scrub team against the Lion ’s , soon i nsert ed his first team but even these wer e not suf _fi cient to stay the ons l aught of the Li ons . _Wi _tb foe _r mi _iiu tes lot’ th . e end of the fir st half , the scoro was _16 . ‘ to 8 , in favor of Li ncoln ...
_Mnsic Director Awarded Scholar _. ship in _ German y Offer Made by _’University of Pennsy _lvan ia [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 February 1934
_Mnsic Director Awarded Scholar _. ship in _ German y Offer Made by _’University of Pennsy _lvan ia Mr . James E . Dorsey , the Director of M usic , has been awarded a scholarship for advanced s tudy abroad by the ‘ GermanAmerican Musical Students ’ Ex- ‘ change . This award carries with it the choice of . studying at the Ha ch-S ’ehu le in Berlin , or another of the famed German schools of music . It also grants a stipend fo r the _i ~ ecep _ient _. Professo r MacDOn a ld , of the Depart — _inent of Music , Uni versity of Pe nnsylvania , informed Mr . Dorsey of tl _ie ho nor . This scholarship is the only award for the coming year . Th us it is indeed an honor to have our Director _chose n , f or ‘ the aiward . For some years Mr . Dorsey has bee n 1 ) irector of Music at Lincoln University . The work whi ch he b ias do ne has _beOn cxenip _lifled in _th e f avor with which the Glee Club has been rece ivOd in tb _i e leading cities of the East and’ Sout _h . Press comment s s ubstan...
V _10 L IN 1 ST [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 21 February 1934
V _10 L IN 1 ST LOUJ A _. V _’UTGII AN J _UNE’S of ‘ dreamy ecs tasy , follo wed ’ by a riotous . a . nd _dOshing _’ allegro the p assionate vehemence of which remind ’s t _h e hearer of the passages i n S _’churnu nn ’ s soni ates . A noble reci tative beads to the you thfu l _~ ‘ _aiety oh the finale _wh _ichi _ni 1 gb _, t he paraphrased from some old carol . _‘ _rh ~ is num—hei’ served wel l to acquaint the audie nce with the impressionistic and illusory music of the L ~ _ioncli school . LaI n ’ s Symph o ni c _Esp ’agnole is rio ted as a tes t of virtuosity . Mr . Jo nes pr oved himself ca : _p’able of risi ng I . o th e dem ands of great _ile xibibi _. ty and _dextoi _’i ty , mean — while maintaining throughout a sple ndid ease and roun dnes s of tone . The comp o sition abounds in many _n’i oclulat ions and numer — _otis difficult unusual devices , making necessary _iIn’ques tion — able techniq ue in its playing . Tb is Sy m P honic Esp _’agnole for solo violin _anti orchestr...