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SITUATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT AFFECTS LINCOLN MEN SERIOUSLY [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
SITUATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT AFFECTS LINCOLN MEN SERIOUSLY At a period when the greatest nminds of the country are bewildered over the present economic situation , it is not to be assumed that the collegians are being exempted , ‘ for college men all over the country were dealt a imeavy blow when _writz were issued stating that student employment in post offices during the Christmas holidays would be impossible . Thousands of boys have been employed yearl y by the P . 0 . department . Lincoln , alone , sends as a rule , 125 men for service in Philadelphia . These men have built up a good precedent and were highly respected for their service . The warning that work need not be expected came late in November . From that period on a ‘ cloud seemed to have gathered over the heads of Lincoln ’ s sons , many who had been looking forward to this work with ex- ‘ pectation of getting ‘ enough money to enable them to spend tile second semester in these saàred walls , Things however , did not bri...
CAMPUS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
CAMPUS NEWS ADDITIONS TO THE COLLEGE CURRICULA In recognition of the well-evidenced demand for efficient and thoroughly prepared technicians in life insurance and vocational guidance _wom’k , the faculty has added courses in the respective fields to the curriculum . The course in Vocational Psychology and Character Analysis seeks to incorporate , in survey fashIon , the most recent developments in tim e field of vocational phycimology . It gives a valuable and _intergrated picture of the relations of these special fields to students , to teachers , to employers , and executives . The course in Life Insurance aims to bring together in compact and classified form the essential facts , principles and practices of the life-insurance business and present them in a simple and untechnical manner . —T . A . WEB _8 _TER .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
TO ‘ RICKEY’ CACHEM _, A _. _1 LLE What says the bleak , bare oak tree , Chilled by the wintry blast?—He’s gone—he ’ s gone—he ’s gone ! What says the withered flower , Touched by the autumn frost?—He’s gone—h e ’ s gone—he’s gone ! What says the same great oak tree , Dressed with its verdant leaves—Leaves which the summer breezes Fill with the breath of life?—- ‘ He lives—h e lives—he lives ! LO ! and the withered flower Lifts up its head in Spring ; Joyous , gorgeous , lo vely , Bathed in the summer sun , It says , He li ves—li e lives ! —L . 0 . HOWARD ‘ 32
LINCOLN STUDENTS HEAR DR . ZWEMER [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
LINCOLN STUDENTS HEAR DR . ZWEMER For several years Lincoln authorities have been trying to secure Dr . Zwemer for the benefit of the student body . This dream was realized on Jan ~ _11 , when this noted scholar and missionary came here tO _preach . Dr . Zwemer is editor of the Moslem World and is In deep sympathy with the student movement . He discussed the subject What Has Happened in the Moslem World Si nce 1918 , showing the sudden change of the inhabitants of the east from darkness to light . After the sermon students were privileged to question him or consult with him on any of the questions of religion . Many took advantage of _th is opportunity and were doubly repaid for their time .
UNEMPLOYMENT [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
UNEMPLOYMENT Thomas Webster attended a luncheon on Unemployment given by the League of Industrial Democracy , at which _ICarl DeSclmweinitz , Chairman of the Community Council of _Philadelphia , presented Concrete Plan s _For Relief in Philadelphia . A . J . Musts , Chairman , Conference for Progressive Labor Action , spoke on Why Unemployment Insurance ? Heywood Broun , writer and Socialist candidate for Congress , gave The Socialist View of Unemployment . VALUES—Continued from Page 43 ance of values to be gained _‘ _when he has Hamlet say : ‘ To be or not to be ; that Is the question , Whether ‘ tis nobler in the ‘ mind to suffer The stings and arrows of outrageous fortune Or take arms against a sea of troubles And ‘ by oppo sing en’d them . ’ In conclusion then , one cannot ‘ but see that the great _im portance between , first , the act of demanding a measurement of products at the _purchase , and second , the mental contemp lation on the expediency of judgment _timat is to be ef...
CA : M PUS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
CA : M PUS NEWS MINER’S CONFERNCE AT SWARTHM ORE Prof . Labaree , Clarence Mitchell , C . L . Sim ms , Tho s . Webster , Oscar Chapman and Colden Brown were present at one or both aessons of a conference _oms the bitumninous coal industry held at Swarthmore College . This meeting was sponsored by the Liberal Club of the College and brought a wealth of speakers _repm ’esenting both the miner ’ s and the operator ’ s interests in the coal industry . Student delegates _from the _‘ _vai’ious _eastmmi’n and northern institutions were well represented . Some of the most striking speakers were Oscar Ammoringer , editor of the Illinois Mine Worker , who spoke on Unionism Today and Tomorrow ; Norman Thomas , who proposed The ReorganIzation of the ‘ Coal Industry , and Arthur Garfield Hays , who gave a very Informative account of the Coal and Iron ‘ Police . After each session there were heated and fruitfu l _diacustona of a _~ _olutton for the problems facing tim e present status of the coal...
Quartet Sings at Large Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
Quartet Sings at Large Banquet The Lincoln University Quartet on Jan , 26 , sang at its 9 th engagement of this school year , at a banquet _1 _mm honor of the 100 anniversary of the Philadelphia Quartz Co ., given _In the Benjamin Franklin Hotel at Philadelphia . This engagement was ‘ preceded by one at the Arts Club of that city ; also at tile banquet of one at the Arts _Club of ‘ th at city , a banquet of one ot the Haverford Alumni Clubs .
C . I . A . A . HOLDS TWENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
C . I . A . A . HOLDS TWENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION Charles H . Williams , Secretary-Treasurer . The C . _I _. A . A . met in it ~ twentieth annual session at Lincoln University , December 12 th and 13 th , 1930 . The twelve schools of the association wei’e represented by from’ two to four delegates , making it one of the best attended meetings in the history of the association . Due to illness , President J . W . Barco of Union University was unable to attend . the meeting . Dr . E . P . Davis of Howard presided at the sessions in his absence . Dean George Johnson of Lincoln University , one of the founders of the Association , gave the address of welcome . Words of response were made by Mr . H . L . Giles of St . Paul . _Livingstone College was admitted to membem ’ship in the Association , making the thirteenth member . Association _Introduces New Policies . Because of its large membershi p it has become necessary for the Association to introduce a new method of rating teams for the va...
ATHLETIC . S [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
ATHLETIC . S CLEAN SPORTSMANSHIP WEEK Play the game fair and clean , _accom-ding to the rules of , the game . Respect for the decisions of the refem’ee . Play the game open and clean at all times , Remembering that the primary aim of spOrt s is not the score , but deveiopment of character building _tiiru sportsmanship . _, Above all things , remember that your fellow-man , has a bodily make-up similar to yours , and susceptible to all injuries , ranging from lost , of sight to being crippled for life . The above is primarily put forth to raise the standard of _Intra-Mural sports , and Varsity Basketball competition . , Everyone is urged to co-operate with his best , to carry out , the above . CLEAN SPORTS COMMITTEE—Prof . Grim . Coach Taylor . Coach Walls .
ERNESTS SMITH TO LEAD 1931-82 ELEVEN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
ERNESTS SMITH TO LEAD 1931-82 ELEVEN TENNIS TUMBLES At the annual meeting of tim e varsity football squad , Spank Smith was unanimously elected as captan of the 1931 edi tIon of the Lincoln Lions For three years Spank has been outstanding , bo th offensively and defensively . Smith is one of Lincoln ’ s most versatile athletes , being a letter man in football , base ball and basketball . Good luck , Spank . When a school has about three hundi’ed or more students , it is quite necessary for that institution to have proper facilities for at least th ose sports which are most Widely pl ayed . _Temmnis , yea r by year , is becoming more popular , especi ally among colored people . Practically all of our tournaments are held a week instead of three days as they were held a few years back . The college students have ‘ become interested , and they are actually the _omi e who have necessitated this change . At least one fourth of the student body in most of our colleges have a tennis racque...
ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
ATHLETICS INTRAMURAL ACTIVITIES GET STARTED The first meeting of the intramural council was held on Dec . 15 , in Coach Taylor ’ s room . There were four members present out of the six . The council consists of two members from each of the three upper classes and the coach . Th ose present were Hubie Jackson ‘ 31 , Clarence Wilson ‘ 31 , J _. Crawford _‘ 32 , and C . Shelton ‘ 32 . With the exception of Wilson these are all new memb ~ rs . Coach Taylor presided over the meeting , informing the _newcom ers of their duties and the nature of the work they would be expected to do ., The following officers were elected : C . Wilson , Pres , ; C . _Shmelt , _oim , V . Pres ., and H . Jackson , Sec . Plans were discussed regarding coming basketball season . The council is expecting to control four teams : class teams , inter-dormi-tory teams , inter-fraternity teams and independent clubteams . Much success was experienced last year with the independent teams . The work of the _. next meeti...
MORGAN AGAIN DEFEATS LINCOLN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
MORGAN AGAIN DEFEATS LINCOLN For the second time this season the Morgan Beam’s stopped the fast Lincoln Lions by a decisive score 27-14 . Lincoln jumped into the lead by Bus _Bemgen dropping two long ones from far down the court . The half end in Lincoln ’ s favor , but during tim e second half Morgan tightened its defense and allowed time Lions only 5 points , while they dropped them in from all angles and chalked up 19 ~ _oimmta _. Gibson , Morgan ’ s for ward , wa ~ tim e outstanding ’ playe r , continually evading his guamds and dropped baskets at his will . Conrad , Jones , Murdock and Capt . Jones played well in Morgan ’ s victory , while Decosta and Bergen wem e time bm ight lights for Lincoln , Lincoln G . F . P . Morgan _0 . F . P . Weatheriess ... 0 1 1 Gibson 5 0 10 Decosta 2 1 5 Wilson 1 0 2 Avery 0 1 1 Conrad 3 1 7 Bergen 2 1 5 Jones 3 0 6 Smith 1 0 2 Jones 0 0 0 Ridley 0 0 0 M urdock 1 0 2 Jackson 0 0 0 — — — — — — Total 13 1 27 To tal 5 4 14
THE GERMAN CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
THE GERMAN CLUB SPORTS AND THEIR DIRECT RELATIONSHIP TO CHARACTER _I 3 UILDING Many efforts have been put ‘ forth to organize a German club by the former students of Lincoln University . They have failed . This yeam ’ , by tim e commanding intellect and interest of Professor Kuehner and his German students the climb was organized to do efficient work along the lines of literature , art , music and to study the history and customs of the German folk . The first meeting of the club was held in the University chapel under ’ the guidance of Professor _Kuehmmer . Officers were elected and they stand as follows : Wilfred Chandler , Pres . ; J . H . Smith , V . Pres . ; George _0 . Dickerson , Sec . ; Harold A . Farrell , Treas , ; M . C . Feiton , organist ; and , Howard M . Nash , news reporter . The club gave a delightful smoker the night before the Christmas vacation began . The guests of the club were Frank DeCosta , Theodore Hawkins , Cooper and many others whose presence was very we...
LINC O LN N E W S ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
LINC O LN N E W S ATHLETICS _INTRA-MURAL BASKETBALL AT LINCOLN Basketball , first of the Intra-Mural Department ’ s winter program , was inaugurated on January 26 . Ea ch year the number of teams and men participating in basketball has Increased . This year a dormitom ’y league has been organized consisting of Lincoln , Ashmun , Cresson and Houston Halls , Amos House , the cottage and bungalow . The Independent league is composed of the Tidewaters , Benedicts , Rho Nu ’ s , Jersey Skeeters , South Jersey Ramblers , the Harrisburg Big Five and the Georgia , Florida and Alabama Boys . The present Junior Class which won the Inter-Class Cup last year as Sophomores are going like a house afire . At present they have wiped up for all opposition . _8 everal Round Robins wifl be played before the Inter-Class finals . The annual banquet will be tendered to the winning team the same as last year ‘ and held in the Freshman Dining Hall . The games to date are as follows : Won Lost Seniors 1 2 J...
THE STUDENT ACROBAT In class a couDic days ago [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
THE STUDENT ACROBAT In class a couDic days ago The sun _poum’ed in with steady glow ; Illuminating all the _place , It struck the teacimei s eyes _and face . And so Pm’ofessor _Labai’ee , The _‘ Pm ’of’ who teacimes Histoi’y , Said , _ _I sho uld _timanld you , Mr . Wade , If you would just run down time sh ade . To which Wade said , No acr oba t Can do a timing so hard as that . I ’ m sum-c I’d need an eagle ’ s wing If I sh ou ld e ’ en attempt the thing . But since you am’e the ‘ hammer ’ man , I’ll try to execute your plan . That is , although I’ll seemn a dunce , I’ll go _m’un down timat curtain once , —L . D , HOWARD
MY PARTICULAR FIELD OF CHEMISTRY [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
MY PARTICULAR FIELD OF CHEMISTRY Chemistery _iB one of the most interesting and difficult sciences which mail has developed , The linkage of one atom with another comes before his _mimid so vividly that he ponders with reverence that there could be any beginning , or middle point . I , however , will ’ delve into the field of Organic Chemistry , whem ’ e I may conveniently refer to the things around us for reference , rather than resorting to complex formulas whose practical value have not been ascertained . A little mom’s than sixty years ago , Willia m Per ki ns prepared his first organic dye , named mauve . This was the center of many radiating products and clues for other compounds ~ At the present we are all quite familiar , more or less , _m ~ bout Dr . Carver ’ s products from the peanut and sweet potato , These are only two flashes of interest wh ich show tim e vast possibility of Organic Chemistry , A synthetic study of the above products will reveal that each contains Carb...
MISSING FACES [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
MISSING FACES Norman ‘ Red’ Thompson graduated and depam’ted for his ho me in _West _. _field , N . J ., on Jan . _26 . ‘ Red’ is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha . He promise d to send all tim e boys cigarettes after his first check . Robert Bennett our plunging ‘ fullback from _Baltinm om ’ e has also graduated . ‘ Bob’ is a’ member ’ of Omega Psi Phi ‘ fraternity . ( Continued on next Page )
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
MISCELLANEOUS The following thesis on Chemistry was written by Mr . Byron F . Reed ‘ 31 as a portion of his entrance requirements to the Beta Kappa Chi , Honorary Scientific Societ ~ . Mr . Reed satisfactorily completed all othem ’ requiurements and was admitted to the society along wi th Mr . F . A . Williams 32 .
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
MISCELLANEOUS FOR THE HALL ‘ OF FAME . WE NOMINATE LAVOSIER LAMAR : To us at Lincoln , Mr . Lamar Is known as ‘ Little Bear ’ or j ust plain ‘ Bear . ’ He Is a member of the senior class and has made a wonderful name ‘ for himself as a football star . Little Bear , ‘ tho ’ ugh rough and ready on the gridiron , nevertheless is classical ly ‘ Inclined and a lover of the esthetic . Nearly any day you can catch ‘ Bear ’ _, in the chapel playing some _chams ; eal music . _liVe see his esthetic side from the _rmum minet’ in which be plays his part as an actor . He scorns actually to enjoy and live the part lie plays . Rarely do you find a man ‘ equally versatile at the piano , and omm the baseball field , In the latter game Lamar is , however , an excellent catcher . We certainly agree that he is a very versatile young man . LEROY D . JOHNSON : Leroy is generally _known _as . ‘ Shorty Johnson ’ about the campus . ‘ He comes from Langhorne , Pa ., and that , we think , is one ‘ of Langhor ...
WE ARE ALL ALIKE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 February 1931
WE ARE ALL ALIKE I believe after all , everybody is alike . We spend _niucim time cultivating our differences . ’ Every nation thinks that it is superior to every other nation , Everyman _thm _iimks that his case is different ‘ from that of every other man . Yet we are all alike in many things . We sham’e many of the brute characteristics . We ar ~ h ungry and sleepy and thirsty , courageous or cowam _’diy , dust as the beasts are . ‘ We have the same six instincts that they have . The same emotions that are in the white man , are instinctively in the biack man , and the yellow man . All are born of a woman and sooner or later must die , and during this short interval of time , every bosom is swept by similar ambitions or fears . I believe progress is made by the accumulation of virtue in mankind and not handed down by any individual . Here and there some man seems to ‘ be superior to his fellows , bu t he , in turn must lay down his burden and take his place with the silent majorit...