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Socc er Squa d Show s Excell ent Form [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1934
Socc er Squa d Show s Excell ent Form ‘ _1 _1 mm - Li n _m m ’ _mnlm n _im nn i _v m ’ r - s i _tt - _Stut ’c _en _4 _, m m n nnl is _sh n n t u — _, ’ _hm m p ’ i _, n ’ _Itn ’ m ’ i ’ un u ’ - m _mm _in _m nm ’ nm c t h c _e _ll nnm nm it linu s h un m u _mm y , u ’ n ’um _’s , _,- ~ Item- l-w ’ _nm _w’iuc’ln , mn i ’ m urm ur—ic- n- m _m nnn _l m ’ _c - ( _ictc un _’Im _‘\ , _h _~ , . J _m mmuues , tbi c s _, m _mm nmm l _m u m - n I nmn ’ mm _c’lu ’mm _mrg’eml I ’ n _’mmmm _m mm _gr ’ nmm _ n m _ _, cu l’ immn l i - _, ’ic _hm n - nm l in _lm n _t ’m _m n’s mm lii mm u v u ’ II __ m ’ n _, u un mm -l _, - , _l tt ’ _m mmmm wit _h mm l ’ nrs _l _, , nun-n-inn-nm I n-I t ’ unn _’s si mig- liii n rum m _ci rn _I un t \ u ’n ’n ’l ’ um _ll y t l n ’ i ’ r ’ nm si _- _, ’ , ’ im n _mnr k Iimml , _I , _‘ _I’i _n is s _~ ’ _nis tn _mm _’s _iim mu ’ _—m m l u i _mni nus _l s _Iii _’ _, _’ _I n _rll u — m _-m m m _, _r mm l ’ m ’ , nu _m m 1 mm _-s I yn ’ m _m n ’ ’ s tt _mnm mum : _Sum ...
Linco lni an Urges Contribu tions [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1934
Linco lni an Urges Contribu tions C an t tm _i-Ij mm _Ii dm ms I ’ m’ a rim s _I _, mi t 1 _mm ruts w ill lie w _’elmm _onumc _uh imy tIn e Li mm _coin — _mm , stu _-clmnmml , imur _’bh hcm _mtiomm of’ IL ium—coin Um _ui _vcu i- sity , Sevcr ’al _stm _mii ’ posi tio m ms um ’e st i _h i d _) _iminmi . Poem _ims , essays , shor t stor ’—- ics _- and hatters to the editor ’ are needed to mnakc a _wpl-l- ~ _balaneed editorial page . Th e ln * fa l issue _0-f the Linc olnian was ‘ prepare d by the -class in Advance d Composition , which will ‘ act as a nucleus _stau fi’ in t h e _fu ture , _-
Freshman Class Hold s Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1934
Freshman Class Hold s Meeting Ai , a nm m e _e t i rmp ’ i nm ’ hd m- im e e _nmtly , the Fi _’eshm ru m-mr mm _mmh muss el _ecmteu b t _he I ’ oh—lctw _in mg officer ’s : Preside nt John T . _- _Pl en _tt y V . -P re sid en _I ~ . . W . E , W _hu ittj n gto n Secretary C , J . Baltim ore Treasurer ’ H , J . Butt _, _s Sgt . _—a f _, _-A’i’rn _s C . Deck a _hm -ap _la _imm A . _Me’Camn
_ICtura _lutau [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1934
_ICtura _lutau Pub lish ed by the Students of L incoln Univers _ity , Semi-Month ly _du r bnc ~ _sch _nol vea _l’ _- Entered _as _geCoud-class _mafl at the Lincoln Un _iversity Post O ~~ ce _, _Linc _oln Universi t y , _- _- _- _Pennsy lv an _ia Annual _Subs o rlpt _lon—41 _. _50 Send subsc rip t ions to _ T _u e L in colnian , _CIa Pro f essor W . L _. Wright , L incoln Un iv ., Ch est er Co . P _enna . PROVING GROUND O n e of tim-c best metho d -s of as—cer’tmrin _inmg tim e worth of’ an _in _ch — vicl um-al , mm , il , ei’ lu-c _h as reached ala—tumi’ity , is by giving’ lu _inuu _fiec rein to a-ct _m s Iri s con _science and _Iui ~ _intellect mmua y chetat e . _Imuh _iJui t _ion s nail _m’cs traints _iii ay huel _ni to immoumid tIne _cmluar ’actc -r of a _ch _il d , _hut they ar e n ot conduc ive to _indivi-di uial _cm’c’tuttu’cness _1 mm _, tIme adult . A man given almost u _iihh mumitcd fm ’eecho uuu mmm y m’ca ci n sm mpre _nim e imei _g’hts or he _nmiay shirk to time _low ’ -...
PROFESSOR HODGE VISITS _ ENGLAND Gives Impressions of Oxford Movement [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1934
PROFESSOR HODGE VISITS _ ENGLAND Gives Impressions of Oxford Movement Seniors Plan Year Book ~ y Profes sor Samuel Hodge Last snum _mun u en’ _I _. went om’er to Oxfor d , Engl and , - Co att end the Ox fe rmi Or-ecu !) T’Iouse Party . _I _hu mm m’e been i _ntei ’estec i and luehped by mu-ny _eoiutact wit _h the menu-n-hers of hi -n e Oxford Gr’oup that I have met _fronu time to time ; soni c of wh om ‘ h ave been rn-ny -guests and ar—c kr _iomv n Co mamm y of’ the _stum — dents on the- ean _pu us . I was espec ially desi rous of finding out wh at sort of worlc they wem ’e d o—ing in the coileges of Oxford amid tIme a ttit _ud e of the coil- mu-ge auuth—ornties to th eir worlc . I sailed on Jim mie 2- _1 s t , on the Emupress ol’ Australia from Canada , \ Ve hail ab out two _luundr ’ed munch fifty _m-nu _emho n ’ s of _[ _hu e ( 3 roum . p on hoar ’d ; crowd ed for’ the most _h art imuto tourist and thin ’d cabin . Firs t , cabin mvams r uth -n cr deserted . Mo ~ C of us _mvere goin...
The _Kaleidoscope [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1934
The _Kaleidoscope Word In n s _reaclmecl _ti-n e _ean-upus that h-Ic r -maim _‘ ~ f _1 _m _Joh nson is scm ’ -i oush y i l l at flu e E-Ia i’henuu lios—pit _-u i _and h is reti _mn ’ n to - scluooh tim / s ~ _enmues-t _en ’ is very cl ouh t _f _, _i _uh , We ’ll _ui miss ‘‘ i-li _‘ mu gr eat deal and Chris 0 iui _uc hr o ~ _me ~ m _lam ’ _Ii l ~ speedy _ne c avc’ r’y , * * Cyril _Ii _h ey , an other populmin ’ st _mnci cnt _eu tim e canm ipus , re c ’enmth y _unmi iei ’iv crm t -ru n -oj me _i ’ -ati-en ton ’ _np — p e _m uch ic ihis . _i-i / s re -tun ’n is anuxious—ly awaited . Hurry up , _‘‘ _Cy , en ’ ‘‘ _-Pa-p ~ : my Timmuc ’’ mvib l succ- _muurn b to Io n ic so _flue mm e _5 S . - * * * _-Flash _I _Rumors fly _[ _buick ar id last ar _’omr uu _cl this office ti -nat Mi’s _; Fcrmty ’ _-s _oldest boy , No r man , humms a-c _pu / red mu ‘‘ h-all _mm _mi _ii _oh _aiim _, H omv about it , Norman ? Let u-ms iuea _n ’ fn ’onn _i-ecu . Joe _1-loag lanu d came down fon ’ a day _ciun r ’...
Tennis To Be Major Sport At Linco ln [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1934
Tennis To Be Major Sport At Linco ln As a result of tim e National Toni-mis _Toui’nanuont ~ _viu _1 _dm mr-as lucid at _Lmimco in University this summer , eigh t ton i-mis co-un ’ts mr-crc co mpleted . Witiu ti-n e re-cent addition c-f thmese court s , Linc ol n , which hu mu s alway s , _p-reseimte-dl a fo r ’ mu _ui dab l e singles au-n ci cioubbes agg regation on ti-n e _chlay courts , s _h ould clOvelo _: p a-s a champion- — s’lmip contender hr -C . I . A . A . ton—nis oir ’cies . To sponsor ti-ne deve iopnue n t of this particular sport , th e Y . M . C . A ., _m m conj _unction wit im CT-n e Athm — letic Dire c tor is eonte ’immpi atin g a series of i nter- m ural unatc imes tl u _is fall and early spring . Th ese m atches will bring ’ to the front tine o uitstanc b ing ’ player s at Lincol n , and at ti-n e -same tnme , mv _ihl assist Pr ofessor _I-lodge , tomu nis mentor , to m ake a _careful selection of ti-n e Ce-ann . Ulysses Blalcely , whu o assisted ti -no National Tenn...
lied Uross _MoH _, ça _11 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 October 1934
lied Uross _MoH _, ça _11 Red Cr oss _11011 _Cun l _l in th e _Southmeaste i ’n ]? enmua . _Ch u a b mtcr , inch mu _dlinu g’ t ire fi ve _comm ties , Bricks , Ch ester Delaware , Moiut ge mumer y arnd _t ~ lu ih ad _lel _h mi ui _nm , b egaum _. _cmi Red Cr oss _Sunday , Oct . ‘ _14 _th . _- Time goal of $300 , 000 ne culed to mumeot Clue Chapter ’ s expenses for tine last four nu omut _lm s _ci’ - _l _9 3 _/ _cunul all of 4 935 _cnm unncmt _be n’a nse d _hiy nno _uiu iier _shm ip alo uue , said Cob . J . Fm _’ankh in McF ad _idom m , C lnup _tc r Gimairmanu . ‘‘ More of Clue luig im or _l ’ orn mus of’ mmme _nuhcrshr ip _mimi _dl ad _uh i—Cionual _hmur ’g er gifts ar e nee _db _edl . Red _Ci’oss is a s-err-icc , not an _unn enuu p hoymu _- _m ent i-eliot ’ org _ru ni z a—Lie u . ft needs _yemun’ sumppcu ’ t now to ca rry on its normal year — round activities , mr-h / eli . in _elum mie : assistance to wan _’—dlisab ied cx—servi c e menu ari d their depeiud— emits , tim e supp ori ...
LINCOLN Y . M . C . A . SPONSORS . INTER -RAC IAL _ CONFERENCE Mrs . Gifford _Piiwhot , Walter White , Rabbi Israel A ttend [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 November 1934
LINCOLN Y . M . C . A . SPONSORS . INTER -RAC IAL _ CONFERENCE Mrs . Gifford _Piiwhot , Walter White , Rabbi Israel A ttend To th e Inter—Racial Conference held at Lincoln Universit y f rom November _16 — 1 8 , many rom inent speaker s _am _! college rep—i’osen tatives came . Among the sp _eakei s were _Mt’s . G iflord Pi _neli o _t , Wal tot ’ Whi to , Ex e cutive Secretary of the N . A . A . C . P ., Rabbi Israel of Bal timore , an _d Dr . Vernon . Tohns of Phi l adelphia . Amon g the schools rep—resented were : ~ i 1 _cin’ple _and tlie University of P ennsylvania , _laye r -. f ord r ollege , Univ ersity of Pittsb ur gh , Mo rgan College , Wilso n Cot idge , _John Hopkins and Union University . _Am ong’ t _h e items on the Qonferen ce ’ s pro g ram were addresses , gr oup _, dis _. c ussions and banquets . The Musical Club and the M ask _ktnd Gown Society of Lincoln Universit y contributed to the OGO a _~ i . _On _. _Rgbb i Isr ael , speaking on the subje ct Po ssibilities of a S...
HOWARD-LINCOLN CAME HAS BEEN COLORFUL Lions Look Forward to Vic -tory in Clash [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 November 1934
HOWARD-LINCOLN CAME HAS BEEN COLORFUL Lions Look Forward to Victory in Clash Back in 1894 , on one of thos e _cold and bl _ealc November days , sonic Li ncoln gri diron star kick—oil a p igski n to a _1-loward team , thus _inaugurat _, in g a series ol _ga _mes . which to date has reached a total of th irt y—one . Since that ti m e , as is to be e _~ c—-pe-e _tedl condi tions h ave been changed and a r e co ntinuall y changing . For _imistanee a touch _do ~ vn now count s six instead of li ve points . Sho u lder _i ads antI h ipp ad s— p araphernal ia scoff _ed at d uring those clays . are now bein g wo rn assiduous ly . In adc lm—t , ion , the forwa r _d p _ass has more than pro ven its w or lh . In short , thin g s are decided ly in all phases of the game , y et in spite of these _var _’ _ivt , ions the LEew ard—Lincol n game remains the sam e . _Glamor st i ll p ermeates t _ii is classic . _- In ~ lanci _mi g ’ at th e statistics of this game many interesting facts rue b rou ght ...
’MRS . PINCHOT _. SPEAKS AT INTER -RAC ! AL BANQUET Stresses Need of Labor Organization [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 November 1934
’MRS . PINCHOT _. SPEAKS AT INTERRAC ! AL BANQUET Stresses Need of Labor Organization ‘ M rs . Gifford Pinch _Ot fir st lady of Pen nsylvania addressed _thc Student Inter—racial Conferenc e at th e _b ~ nqu et here Saturday night , NOve m ber 17 , on the subje ct , The _Strugg ~ le For Economi c Emancipation of Workers . Declari ng that the inter—racial pr obl em is only a part of a larger eco nomic problem _it , Mrs . Pinoh ol pointe d out that the peopl e of this country should concentrate on how to put more money into the hands of the workers . One of the great contributing factors to the presen t depression lay in time inequitable distribution of the country ’ s wealth . At the beginning of the depression 5 percent of t _. _li e Am erican people owned _GO j eroemit of the wealth . She decla red th _at these peop le _hat ~ so much money they couldn ’ t , spend i t and that ‘‘ th e great probl em tha t we have to face is one of the distribution of \ _v-ealth- _— _--how to ge t mor...
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY TO ADD NEW GYMNASIUM Building Pro- _- gram Is To Be _- Extended [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 November 1934
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY TO ADD NEW GYMNASIUM Building Pro- _- gram Is To Be _- Extended Pla ns for a sixty by eighty -f oot conc rete floor as part- of the fo undation of a new gymnasium are alrea dy und er way at Lincoln Uni versi ty . Professor George L . W right in cha rge of the building plan s , state d that this founcl ati ~ n ~ _voulcl serve as a basketb all _Ilool ’ antI would also afford shower ~ _pI _~ ,-t _h _~ , _, _gyJnn as _mnn _) . ~~ , _Tb ~ construction jo -li _~ ‘ _ThñctOr the supervision of Contractor Ware of Oxfo rd . The stakes m arki ng the pre—hi _m ninary survey work ha ~ ’e been dri ven , fixing the position of the ne w building diagonally between Ren clall 1-I _nil ami d the p ower ho use , The building ’ , which will lie completed as soon as possible , will not be _consid ered the real gymnasium , as another structure ~ vi _hl be added to it after its co-rn — pie Lion This adj oinin g- s tru eture will house new gymnastic equipm ent anti a swimming pool , Const...
Phi ! osoph y Club Holds Meetin g [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 November 1934
Phi ! osoph y Club Holds Meetin g The fi rst nl-cct ing of t , he Philosophy Club held at Linco ln on Nov . 2 _was attended by a large number of students . _Thu s re -presentation accordin g to many members of the club , _Is indicative of the fact that the int erest in Philosophy is much more intem _ise than here t ofore . Th e topic discussed during the _evenuing was Spengleris-m , and was led by Lucius Gray , who gave a somewhat detail-ed analysis of _Spengler ’ s Decline of the West . This gave those present the es—soil tial fact ors on the bir th , grow th , maturity , and final decay of a civilization—which _, in turn aroused a diversity of opinions and a h eated discussion . The present _officers of the club are : - Loc uis Gr ay President Jas , W . _Suiin _mnons . . . S , T , Presi dent Th ~ r _nas Logan Secretary Tom linson Todd . . ,. Treas _u rer
New Libra ry for _Linàoln is Report [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 November 1934
New Libra ry for _Linàoln is Report It is repor _led th at Lincoln University is soon to have a new lib rary Alr eady the plans have bee n made regardin g its general lOcation and very soon surv ey _ing opera tions ~ vi ll probabl y begin _, According to the latest report . _Ilie _arch it Qe tural addition will be situated upon Ren _’dall field appro ximately midway between the classroo m buildi n gs and t h e present library . The present pa thway running from Maple Avenue to Houston Hall is to be conve rt ed into a more modern road way to _contin _ile past the fro nt of R enda l l Hall ari d termina te upon the Baltimore pike . This step , it _’ successful , will undoubtedly brin g us nearer to the architect ’ s dream of _th e future Linc oln University campus . ~ _11 _i _O present library will probably _5 ttp pl ant the present adm _mis tra—tion buildin g .
German Book s Exhibited at Libra ry [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 November 1934
German Book s Exhibited at Libra ry _Th e Carl _Shur z Memorial Foundation , in co—o pe ration with _in a _fi y educational institutions throughout til e coun try , is endeavoring to incre ase a mutua l appreciation 01 ’ cultural val ues thro ugh the interch ange of literature and art . Opp ortunities for the effective eniar ’gement of cultural relation s have been found in such field s as m usic , education , recreation , town planning ci t 3 ~ management , _l _’ ores try and avia lion . Book s _iii thes e fields were ex—hibitec h at th e Vail Memorial Li—bi’a ry -fro m Octobe r 9 to 18 anti students were attracted by them , first through the novelty of the thing - , and second to absorb some _01 ’ German life and culture , (‘ Continue d on Page 4 )
Libra ry Solici ts Suggesti ons [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 November 1934
Libra ry Solici ts Suggesti ons The libr ary staff of Vail Memorial Lib rary is soliciting sug—g’es tiom ls from the student body wit h reference to books . Shoul d any student have in mind any _iiart ~ cuhar book , and wish to have it -in _tue library , the student is _red huested to write the name and author of tire book and his name at the desk .
LINCOLN -FOOT -BALL SEASON - . RECO UNTED Scores Fai l to Show Tea-rn ’ s Progress [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 November 1934
LINCOLN -FOOTBALL SEASON - . RECO UNTED Scores Fai l to Show Tea-rn ’ s Progress Simmons Rates High at _Iowa By B . D . Parker Hoc _ml _ag- _Ill _[‘ _011 _glm the st _r oll g—hold u t the Lin _coIn Li on s ~ vi _tli a _dccicien : _i an t _icip a lion -i- oh’ _tIm t r a—d it , i _on m _al Th a r _’ _rks g -iving ’ Day C lass r e _bc _’ _- twc _’cn i _1-I _cpward _i and Lincoln , one fl ail s a touchy an d even pre—ca t ’io _tr _s _sitI r _a ti _on confronting ’ til e 1934 edit -ion of ’ _tim e Lions . Not , since 1924 ha - s our ’ ag’gr ’c—g ’ a _l i _on b eaten ti _r e - _H owa r d Bisons , anti will _: _tIr e unimposing- m e- cord this year ’ , according to t _u e o’pin—ions oh’ lead ing football seers _\ _vIl o sp e cia _l ize in gazing at lim e crystal _‘ ball , L i _n coln for’ tim e l , en _lii _cdnr _is ec _nr Li ve time is doo m ed _f-a _dcl ’ _eal _. N or ’ do they stop at ni ece pr edictio ns , To substantiate their argumen t t _lley _l ) _r ’esont , the _I ’ _oui ’ defeats...
Here- a-nd - There [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 November 1934
Here- a-nd - There - - With J . 0 . - Waddy The Student Inter -racial Conference sponso r ed by til e Lincoln Y . M . C . A . is over . From our own ôb se _rva tid h and also from _a-Il repo rts that ha ve reached this w riter , the con fe r en ce w as a la r ge success , The Y . M . C . A . Cabinet wishes to express th _ru _tllis _oflice its thank -s to those p _r ofessor ’ s and ladies of the faculty who so kindl y opened _the-il ’ homes to th ~ yo ung women , also to t _ilose students who gave up their rooms to the young men , and to the student body in gencm _ii _i _For their hel p and co—o peralion in helping to make the con fer ’en ee a _suc- _’ces ~ . Mi ’ . Walter White _- Secre _l _, ary ol t _, he N . A . A . C . _1 ’ _., in hi-s speech hO _[‘ or e the inter—racial Conference he re Saturda y , - - ur ged that _, _ive r yon e b ombard the White House and the Attorne y . General ’ s _ch _loe w I t _h requests that th e federal gover n- rn _p nt _, under til e _~ I’O—visions ...
WA-Li-ER - _~ -1 ITE ’ - -- ADDRESSES _- _‘ CONFER ENCE Offers -Possible - Solution- - to _- Racial _Is-sue [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 November 1934
WA-Li-ER - _~ -1 ITE ’ -- - ADDRESSES _- _‘ CONFER ENCE Offers -Possible - Solution- - to _- Racial _Is-sue _‘ _I’he-- ad du _’os-s delivered by Wa i-te-i’ White , ‘ Secretary Of _tin e N . A . A . C . _1 _? _,, to those , att ending the op _en sessio n - of I-lie Stu dent tntem ’ -r ’ _a ciai Conf erence held h ere No ve _m ber ’ 17 _th , was probably the highligh t of’ the week _. ~ en d - affair . Mi ’ , Whit e spoke ‘ on - the subj ect , _ The Struggle of The M i—ni or ity Gr _’omr p to Achiev e Justice _t’hr ’oug- _h Legislative - Means , _ _gnd _stir ’r ’ed _1 , 1-t o large audienc e- present ~ _ru Mary Dod Brown _Memimorial Chap el , Sat urd ay moi _’mming 7 with lir e cun t _enl ami d _for ~ ce of his dj s—CLi _ssion . In de aling with his top—itt , the sp eaker sounded an _tp — t _mtmii sti e nu ote early in -time- speech , _wIten - he said in effect that he did trot b _eiiôve that , the ta sk , of Oh—taini _ii g legislat _iv e just _ice for tb-c Negro was a hop eless one ....