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BROWN & TURNER [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 25 October 1935
BROWN &amp; TURNER Laundry and Tailoring ’ Suits Sponge-cl _am-m ci ‘ Presse d . . . 25 c Pants Sponged at-mci Presse d . . 15 c _‘ W _’ ceid y , La tmm idr y _- Bunc h es , . . . _35 c 2 Shirts , 2 Handkerchiefs , 2 pm ’ . Socks am -mci 2 pm ’ . Umi derwear - Shirts lOc , 3 for 25 c
Foot Ball Discussed By Speakers [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
Foot Ball Discussed By Speakers Student Council Gives Smoker For Alumni Varsit y Club Entertain s A . &amp;T . Football Team at Dance To the delig htful strains of Mc _• - Cr ary ’s Missourians , the ‘ Varsity Club of Lincoln Univer _sity enertained in a dance given by them in honor of A . &amp; T . College and in celebration of the _I—Iaflowe _’en season . The dance was held in the new gymnasium on Saturday evening , November 2 . Althoug h some of the sparkle _audi ga iety _~ ‘ as absent due to the noticeable lack of girls , the dance , nevertheless , was one of the most brilliant affairs sponsored by this or—ga _iii zati on . The gymnasium was _dlecorated i so as to create a rustic effect . } -Iere _and there throughout the ha ll wr ere scattered sheaves and ears of _goldlen ye llovr corii , together _~ _rr _ith large , yellow pump—kimi s . Covering the rafters of the gymnasium was foliage of varicolored leaves that created ! the effect of the country-sidl e in an—...
LiHCOIfl StudeNts Mobi lize Against War Impressive Services Held in Chapel [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
LiHCOIfl StudeNts Mobi lize Against War Impressive Services Held in Chapel War was _d eclared a curse to civilization by speakers 1 ) _alt ici—pat ing in a Sttic _lcnt Mobil ization for our 11 th—hour Demonstrati on in Behalf of Peace th at was _h eld in the chapel at Lincoln University , Friday , Nove _inb ~ r 8 , at _11 A . M . The meeting was sponsored by the National Committee for Stu—d ent Mobilization for Peace , an organization composed of various _stud ent groups , and was _held in conjunction with an Arm istic Day Proclamation . The entire student _bod y of both the College and Seminary was requeste _d to be present at the meeting . Classes were shortene _d to _periO dl s of forty—five minutes , so that the chapel exercises could be lengthene d to two hours rather than the customary twenty _miii — _Ute _S . The progra _m was begun by an organ l ) reltt cl e , ‘ My Budd y , p layed by Mr . Charles Ballard , Mr . C _. _Atwehl , Chairman of the Y . M . C . A . Committee , who ...
Lion Staff Undiscoura g ed ; Builds for Future [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
Lion Staff Undiscoura g ed ; Builds for Future THE LION’S COACHING STAFF Left to Rig ht— -Coaches Charles Jones , Manuel Rivero and Dr . W . _Costoim _Head Coach Rivero , when intervi _ewed _1 ~ y niemb ers of the _Liii — co nian staff regarding the diefeat suffered at the homecoming game with A . &amp; T . on Saturday . Nov ember _2 _fldl , madle the following statement ‘ On the whole , my boys _played a commendable game , especially at the start of the third _l quarter _urhemi they chalked ! _Up three consecutive first clowns . We weti t into a daze on three p lays , whi ~ h approximatel y coveredl the space of fifty seconds , and it cost us the ball game . Head—up football can be _p 1 _ayecl by a team of fift y—nine minutes _and they can lose the gain _e in the remaining minute of p lay . Football is strictl y a six—ty—uil i nute game . _1— _lowever , we are forgetting the l ) ast _and are concentrating on the remaining three games of the schedule . Although the season so...
Cheyney Holds Lincoln Scoreless [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
Cheyney Holds Lincoln Scoreless El even fighting and determined Cheyney griddlers held the Liiicoln Lions to a scoreless tie in their _anuitial _g’rid _lirOui batt le p layed ! Saturday , Nove _m ber 9 , at Ch eyney . The result of the game was a moral victory for Cheyney . The game began with _Lockh in , Cheyney fullback , kicking to W . Brown , Lion halfback on _Liii — , ~ oln ’s 22 yard line . Brown returned the kick 13 yardi s to his 35 yar _d line . After a few fairl y successful dirives , Lincoln lost possession of the ball by fumbling . _Ch eyney _w _’ ~ s- _unafll ë to ’ work her _dlelayedl line bucks , ~ _but met with surprising success when they used an assortment of off tackle stabs with strai ght li ne bucks : af ~ ong the Lincoln front . The last few minutes of the first half saw Cheyney with the ball on the Lion ’ s 5 yardi line after having recovered ! a Lion fumble amid ! racking up two consecutive first dlowns . Wit h their backs to the _wr all , Lincoln strengthene...
Prominent Alumni Visit Lincoln Campus [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
Prominent Alumni Visit Lincoln Campus Many of the members of the Alumni Association of Lincoln University attend ledl the LincolnA . &amp; T . game _heIdi on the canipus of Lincoln University , Saturdlay , ~ ovember 2 . Among th e _oldler members of the Alumni who par—ticipate d in the week—end activit i es were : Dr . W . G . Alexandler , _Di _’ , Albert S . Reid , Dr . C . A . t , ewis , Dr . T . S . Burwe _hl , Rev . A . E . Henry , Rev , W . P . Stevenson , Dr . R . _lvi _, Fowler , Rev . A . E . R ankin , Rev . Garnett Lee , Rev . H . McCray , Eugene Rhodles , _Esdh _., _audI P . L . Edward l s _, Several of the more recent alumni were _preseiit _. Among these were _l-Iomiier Ashby , Frank Cole—iii an , Earl Sh epherd , Arthur Reed , _. _i _~ ’ rank Betz , _Wilh iani Graham , Harry Scott , Benjamin Anios , Tohn T . _Sydlnor , Arthur _Tihl ory , Benjamin Garner , _Steohen Brad—hey , Faiconer Watts , E . M _, Du ffy , S . R . Overton , James Robinson ari d , W . J . Wrigh...
Lincoln Universit y Has Official Host [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
Lincoln Universit y Has Official Host Donald N . White , a member of the Senior Class , was recentl y chosen by Mr . R . F . Turre ll , Busi—ness Manager , to act in the official capacity as _h ost of the campus . It will he Mr . White ’ s _d uty to see that all visitors are _pr ol ) _erl _)’ taken care of and to collect all i ) _aYmeiit s for meals , it is a _l ose to mention at this time , that the mother of the students will be fed free of charge . It is the aim and policy of the instit u — tion to make the campus as pleasant andl hosp itable as possib le for all guests . _Iii order to hel p die fray t he cx—p ens _e of t _h e food , the officials of the University felt it necessary to charge a small sum for all meals . It is not their aim to make any profit .
LINCOLN GRADU ATE RE -CEIVES DOWNINGTO WN POST [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
LINCOLN GRADU ATE RECEIVES DOWNINGTO WN POST The Rev , Cediric E . Mills , gradu ate of Lincoln University , has receive _d _au _app ointni eiit to the teaching staff of Downing _towui industrial School , _Downing _’towui _, Pa . He is teaching Science and ! Mathematics as well as Acting Commandant of Boys , During a period ! of twelve years Mu ’ , Mills is the first Lincoln maui to ’ receive an appointment at l ) _owu iingtown . Mr . Mills was born in Hartford , Conn ., where lie receivedi his early edluc at ion . I-Ic matriculated at Linco _1 _n Universit y in 1922 _and secured his A , B , dheg’ree in 1926 , After co m pletin _g his college course , lie n tt ~ _ndledl the Philadelphia 1 ) i- \ _r _ill _ity School andl the Tin ivers ity of Pe _ui nsv _lv ania . From 1929 to 1935 , Mr . Mills _nastored th e Ascension _Ch apel in West Chester , Pa .
DEPARTM ENT OF MUSIC TO PRESENT RECITAL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
DEPARTM ENT OF MUSIC TO PRESENT RECITAL The pup ils of _the Music Dcpartment assistedi by the University ’ s Glee Club _au _dI Concert Orchestra will be presented ! _iii a recital on _I- ridlay evening , Dccciiiher 6 , at ei g’ht-thirty o’clock . The program will _cou isist of pia—no , _orgaui , violin _andh vocal solos alternating with concert orchestra l selectio _uis _and chou’al work , It is the plan of the Music Department to aid the cultural life of this instit _u tion as well as to afford t _h e prop er _tr aini _ui g as its _stud ents ~ fl pU l ) _h ic perfo _i _’uiiau ice by giving such _. i presc _u itations semi — an _u iua _hl y . These recital s will supp heme _u it the _auiuiu al spring recit al of the Musical Club .
PLANS MADE FOR SEMINARY DAY IN WILMINGT ON [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
PLANS MADE FOR SEMINARY DAY IN WILMINGT ON The Seminary studlents are making _plami s for the celehratio _u i of Seminary Day to be held in Wilmin gt on , Del ., Sund lay ~ No—veu iib er 24 . _Th e Cooperation of the priuicipal church es has been obtained l , andi students of the Seminary will conduct both morning amid even—big service . Dr . G . Lake Tun es , J r ., of New _York will be t _h e guest speaker at an afte _rnoo _u i mass meeting to be heIdi at I-Toward Hi _gh School in conjunction with Seminary Day activities , Th e mass meeting will be heIdi at 3 P . _lvi . amid services of the Lincoln Universit y Glee Club have been secured .
Prominent Lecturers Scheduled for Art Discourses [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
Prominent Lecturers Scheduled for Art Discourses Dr . Alain Locke , Professor of Philosop h y at 1-lowar d Umiiver - sity , ari d Mr . _1— _lenry B . Jomies , teac h er in th e Ph _iilad hel phia Public Schools , artist _and short—st ory writer , will lecture here , Profes—sor Locke will appear _iii Januam ’ y _au _dI Mr . Jomies \\ r _ihl make h is pre—semitation _iii February , Th e _lee _ turers are bei _uig _spomisom ’ec ! by Professor W . T . V . Fontaine , Althioug’hi the speakers _\\ rih l be pm ’ e—sen ted ! pr im _iiar ih y for th e Negro _I-Iistory Class , Professor Fontaine urges all stud ents and members of the faculty to plami to attend . Professor Locke is _au alumnus of Central _I-u gh Sch ool in Philadleh phia , h is miative home , He attended the Philade l phia Sch ool of Pedagogy , _1-larvard aii d the Uni versity of Pennsy hvam _iia . From Peminsy hvania lie wras _th e Rhiod ! es scholar in the year 1907 amid ! attended Oxfor d University until 1910 . Professor Lo...
HonOr _. Groups Show In crease at Lincoln A . D . Jackson Wins Selden Medal [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
HonOr _. Groups Show In crease at Lincoln A . D . Jackson Wins Selden Medal The annu al award ! of the Seld ! en MedIal for _tim e hi g hest average among t h e _Freshuiian Class was won by Albert _Douiald Jackson , ‘ 38 , of Ph iladel phia . His average _fom : _tim e year was 1 . 11 , the hi _gh est mark attaimied by a Selci emi prizewin ier _iii three years . Th e miumber of men to attain _SecO _lid _! _gi’Oup in the Sophomore Class greatl y exceeded th ose o ~ amiy other class . Th e old systeni of _g’iviuig three mcmi wh o attain a certain honor group , a fln _aui ciah _chiohai’slii p has been aband ! _onedl by the factilty . This _systemim was sto pped ! last year and as far as _caui be deterni ined _! it will not be con—tinuedl this year . _Iii th e Senior Class _tim e mi u niber of first gm’oup _miien have increased ! over _tim e pe ~ _ioch of four years . The marks for th e first group range fr oni 1 . 00 to 1 . 30 ; for seco _uid _! group , 1 . 30 to 2 . 20 ; for thiu’d gro...
TUESDAY ~ ‘ NOVEMBER 19 , 1935 - . KALEIDOSCOPE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
TUESDAY ~ ‘ NOVEMBER 19 , 1935 - . KALEIDOSCOPE The first bit of _uiews is to be in the form of a little congratu — lation . • This column is very glad to see that George Marshall has returnedt from _h is sojourn at the hosp ital . We hope that you have re—cuperated ! enoug h to begin your _studhies in dead earnest . —Ahso Os—- ~ rald Fats Wallace is back after a period of two weeks at the West Grove Hosp ital . We are quite sure that the _reuui ion o ’f Fats and ! Jack _w’as oiie wr orth seeing , for now they can talk together about th eir _comiditlests in Phiha—deh _phiia . We regret sincerel y the mish ap that came to Mule Thomas on the football field against A . &amp; T . College . Let ’ s _h ope you get well soon . The team _missed your courage and aggressiveness . It came just as we wrere going place . We saw that the spirit of the school was sli ghtl y raised on Friday evening before the A . &amp; T . game . Th ere was a larger number of upper classmen at _th ...
‘ PAGE TWO ’ Lincoln Succumbs To A &T _. in Homecomin g Game 18-0 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
‘ PAGE TWO ’ Lincoln Succumbs To A &amp;T _. in Homecomin g Game 18-0 The Lincoln University _Liouis droppe _d their Homecoming’ encounter with the North Carolina Aggies on Rendlali 1 _ieldl , Novcm _— h er 2 , by a score of 18-0 . The Lions were aggressive enoug h to _adidi color to the fray but were never able to acivalice bey ond the visitor ’ s 15 yar _d line , Captain Norman , of the Carolinians _, won the toss ami d elected to kick . J . Jackson , Lion quarter back , took th e kick—off on his 25 yard ! line and _raui to the 35 yar _d stripe b efore lie was tackled by Lash , Aggie left tackle . W . _Browui gave the _Penui sy lvanians their initial first down on a 15 yard _gaiui _al’Otluidl left end . Thomas , Lincoln full—bac k picked ! up 2 yardh s on an off ta ckle thrust . After G . Jackson advanced the ball to the 48 yar _d line on an end run , Lash recovered ! Thomas ’ fun i—ble on the next play . A , &amp; T ., in possessi On of the ball for the first t im...
THE L ’I ’NCOLN . I AN Library Announces New Program [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
THE L ’I ’NCOLN . I AN Library Announces New Program _‘ ~ he Vail Memorial Library is ad ! vancing ’ rapidl y . With Professor Laba r ee ’ s ‘ h aving _takeu i a coui’se in Library Administration at the University of Chicago amid Mrs . L . L . Dorsey ’s h aving received hi m’ B . L . S . fro m Columbia _Uu iiversity , both feel th at their _adhdled traimiing better fits theni for putting the library on a more ef—ticient basis . ’ \ _‘ Vith _lv [ rs . Dorsey ami d Professor Labaree concentratimig on th eir _1 ) _mtrt of the , mi _eiv prograni , Mrs . Labaree is interesting in _brmild ing _U !) th e _crmhtural aspects of th e _plami . Mrs . Labaree ’s _pa rti ctm lar aim is to aci d to the library Negro _phiotog’rap _his , _pail _itiuigs amid anything’ to d o wr ith or clone by pro _mni ne _ui t Negroes . Sh e is starting a collection of autograp hed books by Negro atm t _hiors , par ticuhai . hy those written by otm r owmi grad uates . Sh e has aireadh y begun a collection of African...