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Negro Youths ’ Stand On War . " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
Negro Youths ’ Stand On War . _1 _\ _’Iaiumtaimmim mg _time miiood of the pm’ogrammm , the Seuii imiary Quartcttc samig’ two selections , Get On Boam ’ cl ami d Ain ’t _Goium ’ to Stud ! y Wa r No More . Thmc _~ ’ respon _d ed to am-i _enucou ’ e with _G’m’eat Day . Time imext and prim -ici _p al speakei ’ was Pm’of . W . T . Valerio Fountaimm e of time Philosop h y Departnm emi t of Linco _hum _Un iversity . I-Ic selected as his subject _Wh at Does Peace Meau _i Fom’ Me am-id My Prob lenm . _Iii t h e _cxl ) _oundh ium g of th is top ic t he speaker said that _Aumicr _ica siiotmh _ci umot _coumsicier neutrality until Libera _h isni imi time _g’ovem’mmnmcnt of wh ich t _ite Negro is a _prodi tmct is immte u ’prete ch ium term -i-is of war aumcl l ) eace . He disctmsscdl Liberalism and Democracy _iii Amem’ica sh owimm g _h ow equal ri g’hts , imi ciivic ltiah—ism , amid ! freedom of _tFm _otmg’hit are attributes , Professor Fontaim ue _thiemi cited examples from literature to prove t...
LINCOLN STUDENT S MOBIL IZE AGAINST WAR Impressive Services Held in Chapel [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
LINCOLN STUDENT S MOBIL IZE AGAINST WAR Impressive Services Held in Chapel PAGE FOUR ( Co _iftim _iumed fm’onm Page One ) time civi _h izatio _u of our _coulmtr _) _intu it _up ~ ii war . _‘ _But , ~ ’ lie _said Christia _um ity _eumchs _im-i amiot imer war a m ! tI _u c civih izatiomi of our country cannot _cou mti nue by _umm camis of _~ ‘ _am _’ . I—Ic urge _d tie _stu dhemmt s to be mim a _m’tyrs of peace ; if miccessa u ’ y , to clue for peace . The m ext featum ’ e of the program was a piamm o sclcctiomi by Mr _. _Liryce Miles who remmc lere d _‘‘ _Ii Trov atore by Verdi . Pro f essor A . E . Janies next traced various group anc ! imidi—vidual i cace unove _muet’uts throug hiout time year . He showed how _th ese _ino v enments ail _had ti-ic one _ftlmid _lanmcnta l aim-i-i of _secumrim _lg liarniony _amid peace _btit tFt e result hadi been miomm e too satisfactory . _IVIr . W . P . Layton , m’epresenting _Onmega Psi _Ph i Fraternity , th en recited a poetic selection , am-i or...
HOUST ON HALL GUEST -ROOM REN OVATED [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
HOUST ON HALL GUESTROOM REN OVATED Tim e _hew _gtuest— _i-oom of I-Toums-Lou I-Tall h as beeii remmov ate _ci by I : hc mime nm bcrs of time _Senuium au ’y New articl es of furniture hmav e been _added , t i-ic room _h as b _eemi repa ium t _ccl , _cuu u-tai mis hi ave be eu-i _niacech at tim e _w’iumcho _ws and a ra—clio h as been _iumsta _iiec h , _secoumchar y wam’ umiate u ’ials to be _hh i — gc r _emmt s _, 2 , To wou ’k for dlemmi _ihit ar izat _ioui of colleges _aumnl sch ools especiall y ‘ by assuring ti u c _i ) assagc of time _Nyc Kyalc Bill to umiake time R , 0 . T . C . optional _ium steac l of comim ptm l—sor y 3 . To _ium si st on _op l ) ort _uuuj t ies in _au di _mit of time _cturr _icuulu n i for rela ting our ediucatiom i to th ese cruci al problems .
The Line _Up- [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
The Line _Up- Chey ney Linco _ln _Robimmson L . B . Tttrner Jones L . T . E . Jackson ‘ Brooks L . T . B . Jackson Wilson ( Capt . ) C . Little _Edward s R . G . Patterson Snmitii R . T . Tay lor Quillai-i R , B , Howard M . Brown Q . B . Parker ( Capt . ) _l-It int L , H . B . W . Brown _I-lighitowcr R . H . B . _Btirgcss Lockiin F . B . Britting l-ua _ni _Liumcolm stib _stittition s : G . Jackson , Norris , _Aliisomi , Brisbane , B eckwith . _Ch ieyney subst itt utions : Tri pp , Lee , Jackson , Lash , Johnson ,
CHEYNEY HOLDS LIN COLN SCORELESS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 19 November 1935
CHEYNEY HOLDS LIN COLN SCORELESS ( Comiti u 3 u _’ cd froth Page One ) far il-ito Lim coin ’ s territory as she _h ad clone pm’eviotms l y . _Fumubies andh p enalties were fre _qum cnt _~ _Ju st ~ vheii ti-ic Lioums w’ould appear to be well on th eir w’ay to score , a _fummimble or _Peh ialt y _wotm h dh off—set theim ’ attack . Ciieymiey gaimm ech _grotmn cl _oui the exch _aumge of puumts , and _tu e game emm ci ecl _w’ithi Lincoln in _possessiom of tim e bali in micifield .
Welcome , President-Elect W right [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
Welcome , President-Elect W right ( EDITORI AL ) Students , alumni , and frien _d s of Lincoln University will be glad to learn that _Vice.-President Walter Livingston Wri ght will be the next President of the University , accord ing to a decision made by the Board of Trustees at a me eting that was held in Pihiladei phia , Thursday , November 14 , 1935 . Professor Wri ght , as he is fon _d ly known on the campus , is the most suitable man in the University famil y to receive such an appointment . We are pleased to see that th ~ University is taking such active steps in keep ing up with the changing times . For a period of nearl y half a century , Professor Wrigh t has devoted himself to the University . Day in _auda-d’ay out , he has worked dili ge ~ tl y and patientl y , nursing the University al ~~~ as one _would a growing babe . LEe , more than any living man , kn 5 ws its every _probletii , its every feature ; lie can d o for Lincoln that which for so long has needed doing . No...
War Clouds Loom Over Convention Hall Howard Meets _Lincoln In Annual Battle [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
War Clouds Loom Over Convention Hall Howard Meets _Lincoln In Annual Battle The a on ua 1 1—10 _~ v a _rd — Li _rico _Ii battle to he ~ _vake cl on the Convent ion 1—lal l gridl i ron in Atla ntic City , N . j . , on Thanksg iving evening brings together tw o aggregations who have met with _aliiio ~ t identical success in _Ci . A . A . com petit i on _d uring th e current s _eti son . _Th e Lion ’s goal line has been _crossed ten times by conference oppon _ents , whereas the Pe nn sy _l — ~ ‘ _ariians have not been able to advance beyon _d their enemies ’ fi ve—yar _d line . The Bisons have been scored upon sixteen times in C . I . A . A . competition . They too h ave bee n u na bl e to score on a major opponent . The ~ Lions held _Ej ni _on to a scoreless tie , while the latter d efeate _d I-Toward 24 to 0 . Morgan subd ued Lincoln 26 to 0 , but fo ~ indl _Howard more pr egna—bie _and trounced them 39 to 0 . _Consid ering the fact that lik e Morgan , Union imi ) _r oved as til e se...
Dr . Walter L . Wright Chosen PrOsideni Of Lincoln Will Assume Duties In February [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
Dr . Walter L . Wright Chosen PrOsideni Of Lincoln Will Assume Duties In February V i c e President Walter L . Wright of Lincoln University was _elected President of the University by the Beard of Trustees at a _nu eeting _heiu 2 _hiladel _piia , November 14 , 19 ~ 5 . Th e new President will take office in February , 1936 , when the resi gnatioll of the present Pre sidlent , Dr . \‘ Vilham _1-lallock Johnson , goes into effect . The Pres _ident-Elect _did his college work at Pr inceton University , where lie received h is A , B , in 1892 , and his A . M . in 1893 . While at Prin ceton he was a Fellow of Ph ysics . In 1893 , after finishing his work at Princeton , Professor Wri ght came to Lincoln _Un iversity as Professor of Mathemat ics . He became Vice-Presi d ent of the University in 1926 after having fille d the _positiolu of Secretary and Treasurer at _d ifferent per iods diuring his stay . In 1933 , in _recog _u i _tio _~ . _~ if _thc comp letion of forty years as Professor o...
OMEGA SPONSORS ACHIEVE • MENT WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
OMEGA SPONSORS ACHIEVE • MENT WEEK The Beta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity celebrated its Eleventh Annual Negro Achievement Week _d uring _th e week of November 13-17 . The ~~~~~~~ during the week featured representatives from the ot h er _~ rat er—n ities on the campus , whi le the fili al day , Sunday , November _.. 17 , feature _d _tI-ic Reverend j , Oscar Lee and Mr . Thu r sman L . Do d—son as _priiicip al speakers . The main event of the Negro Achievement Week was the Sunday afternoon service cl _tii ~ i _iig which Mr . Thur _niaii L . Dodson , presic _leiit of the Colored Bar Association of \ ‘ Vashington _, D . C ., _and a _meiiiber of C ) _liieg’a Psi Phi fraternity , was the princ ipal _spealc e r . _• The _prog’r _~ 1 m was _OpCliC ( h _with all invocation offere _d by the Rev , J . Oscar Lee , a member of the fraternity , who led the chapel services held earlier in the clay . After the invocation the _Ui ~ iv er _sity Quartet rendere _d two selections , Joshua Fit d...
Music Club Gives Recital At Plainfield . N . _I _.. [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
Music Club Gives Recital At Plainfield . N . _I _.. The musical club of Lincoln University _maci _c its first public appearance of thi s concert season at Plainfield , N . 3 ., on November 21 st . Th e concer t was given in the Ep iscopal Church _pastored by the Reverend Leslie A , Tay lor , an alumnus of Linco ln University . The first appearance in P lai _iifi el d , N , J _., was in 1932 when the mt i si—cal chub _maci _c its Annual Pre _— Thanksg iving tri p there . The mu sical club which consists of men from each _• section was as—sisted by _th ie String’ Quartet _and by _]\‘ Ir , Jose ph L . Wr i ght , in—- ( Continue _d on page four )
VARIED PROGRAM SPON SORED BY Y . M _. C . A . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
VARIED PROGRAM SPON SORED BY Y . M _. C . A . The Y . M . C . A . this year as usual has taken over _tIt e task of _l _rovidhil g entertainment for ti-ic tuc lcnts . Besides lecture rec itals , ti-ic Y . is offering a niic l-sem ester chance , a _handju ct , at-id various conipetitive events . Tournaments will be held Dc—ceniber 3—12 _and will _includ e _p ~~ g—pong , checkers , ch ess , brid ge , pinociile , and whist . The ban quet will be given 01-i December 12 in honor of the football teal-i-i and ti-ic coaches . This affair will be il-i the _gynin _asiuni and the entire _sttideri t body will be invited to attend , Arrangcmenl : s for the dlancc arc not yet comp lete , but it also will be for every one and ~ _rihi l ) c given in February .
DR . GEORG E LAKE IMES SPEAKS _IN CHA PEL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
DR . GEORG E LAKE IMES SPEAKS _IN CHA PEL The Rever endi George Lake _lines _adidiressedi ti-ic studient bodly of Lincoln University 01-i Sunday , November 24 . Dr . Imes was preseated by the members of the Seminary in their Semiiiary _p _~ ° — gram . The message which _thie Reverend _lines brou g ht was both interesting and insp iring . Ti-ic speaker is al-i alumnus of Lincoln , graduating _il-i _ti-ic class of 1904 with his B . A . _d egree . In 1921 , because of his achievements , the institutio n conferred at-i 1-ion—-orary D . D . degree on Dr . In-ies . The Reverend Imes for many years was connected with Tuskegee Institute where he served as special assistant to _thi e principal .
Music Department Plans Annual Spring Prom [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
Music Department Plans Annual Spring Prom T . J . _Jord an , president of ti-ic Lincoln University Musical Chub , i s _tirg ing every member of the organization to pay his clues . The members of ti-ic organization arc prepa ring earl y for their . Annual Prom , whic _h is to be gi ven _iii th _i e Spring . Blessedh are ti-ic _pd _) ~ j _~ ’ , They can die without lcavir ~ g th eir famil ies in _d ebt to ti-ic government .
TENDED [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
TENDED CHRISTMAS VACATION EX The Cliristn _ias vacation has been extende _d from thi e period includ _hing Deceliiber 14 th to Jan—nary 3 rd to t _h e l ) eriOdh _incitl _dhili g Deceniber 13 to January 6 . Since January 3 is a _Fridlay , it was dc—ciched to extend th e per _iodl to the following _~ 1 _Jonclay
TUESDAY ; NOVE MBER 26 , 1935 _• KALEIDOSCOPE H . D . Bynoe [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
TUESDAY ; NOVE MBER 26 , 1935 _• KALEIDOSCOPE H . D . Bynoe It sce ~ ns ri ght to make • this cohunin vary _in its contents , btl t _how ? There _15 no news unless it is r _abbh istic in n _atur c . Am I ~ tip - 1 ) o ~~ d to p lease ti-ic will of ti-ic rabble or ti-ic will of my Boss ? As we go to press this time , circumstanc es at- c such that we arc forced to look for h el p from _asl ) irant s for ti-ic job of stooge to this colunin . From Titty Palmer of Prince—toti , ( via tFt e _sotlth _erti route ) , conies this bit of wit ( so he says ) Leon Fields of Wilmington has the nick n ame ‘ super titt y’ n ean—ing I guess that lie is much slit-i-i _.. mcr than Pa lmer himself . ( sar-cast-i-i . ) From ‘ Mike ’ Perry _col _ies this correction to Josep h Cat ey , TI-ic _word iS _inhib it _ion not ‘ Inhibitati _Oil ’ . _Cliffor _d Brown keeps asking ti-ic question , Wh y does _Prcdouv kce ~ 01-i bellowin g during n ical—time , ‘ More bread , Boy . ’ ? TI-ic Rabble il-i general is ask...
Sport __ Echoes By Herman Bailey [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
Sport __ Echoes By Herman Bailey If we w’ere to compare the Lion ’ s C . I . A . A . scores of last year with _thiose of this season , we _would be led to believe either one of two things— Lincoln ’ s 34 elevet _, was stronger than this year ’ s team , or the other C . I . A . A . teat -i-is have improved _couisi der—abl y , Let us bear _itt _mm _dl th at . 1-ic strength of a team is govcrnedl primaril y by ti-i c mental attitud l e of its _l ) hayers . La st year ’ s scor es Li ncoln 2—Union 8 Lincoln 0—Morgan 19 L _’ir _’ _’il _, _i O __ Ran ipi : on 12 Lincoln 0- —A . &amp; T . 12 Lincoln _6—Howardl 13 Liii coln 8 Opponents 64 This year ’ s scor _es Lincoln 0—Union 0 Linco _ln 0—Morgan 26 Lincoln 0—Hampton 20 Lincoln 0—A . &amp; T . 18 Lin coln ?—1—Toward ? Lincoln 0—Opponents 64 Such a comparison is justifiable because ti-ic schedule for ti-ic two years are identical . When football h _) _l _’ actiCe 1 ) _egait on September 3 rdh , every letter man from last year...
A Lincoln Victory Depends On These M en [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
A Lincoln Victory Depends On These M en PARKER —( Capt . ) Jaces hasn ’ t seen Lincoln win a major game . i-ic graduates in June . You can imag ine how he feels about _th e Howard game . _1-Ic _w _ouldl gladl y die for the ca use . Wei ght , 155 . HENDERSON—Play ing end for his third year . _1-Ic is a product of Stuyvesant Hi gh in New York . Nickname is _1—lendy . We ig ht , 179 . GUTHRIE — 200 poun _d tackle from Steelton Hi gh in Steel—ton , Pa . He is a j unior _art _di is nickname is Guts . PATTERSON— 156 pound guard from Reading Hi gh _il-i Readin g , Pa . Nickname is Pat , _DURANT—From Atlantic City , N . J . Hi gh School . A 200 pound tackle who suffered a broken thumb earl y in ti-ic season , Nicknam e , Dadd yDo , pA _~ . _Th _iV _1 ORE—P ivot man , haiiing from John Norris _1-Ii _gii _ScIiool , _I-I arrisburg , Pa . _1-Ic _cart’ics is 195 _poti n cis gracefull y . Balty is his nick— name . BURGESS — From Union Hi gh School ; Vaux 1-lail , N . J . _1-Ic scored the Lion ’ s...