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~ EW SEWAGE SYSTEM NEAR COMPLETION [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
~ EW SEWAGE SYSTEM NEAR COMPLETION Th at _old landmark by which Rendail Flail was known is soon to be iio moi’e , Ti-ic adnu imsti ’a—Lion has given fun _d s to bu ild a new one anch ti-ic project is now nearing comp letion , Th ~ und ertaking’ was started at ti-i c close of _tle past scitool year and is located _iii _ttt e _wood s l ) _ehiildi ti-ic new gym nasi uun . The new cesspool is _considered a distinct improvement over ti-ic ancient relic that formerl y tooi ~ care of ti-ic school ’ s waste . During ti-ic past _sum mer the construction of the pr oj _i ~ _ct gave emp loyment _to _mi iany iiien \ Vii O staved on ti-ic campus . Among th ~ workmen w’eu ’e a number of foot ~ bail players who were under the control of Coach Jones . These men have the w ork to tha _uik foi ’ their prese t -it comidition , Ti-ic _\ vorl ~ ~ vas vem _’ y har _d amid was clone _undc _~ ’ a hot _suiiiiiier sun . The _1-item-i _\\ r _ii _( _~ ) ~ vorkecl reported _l to ti-ic fit’st prac _! Lice in exce...
BASKETBALL TEAM BEGINS PRACTICE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
BASKETBALL TEAM BEGINS PRACTICE The basketball season for 193536 was begun on th e 7 th of November in the gymnasium t in dei ’ ti-ic perso nal direction of Coac _h Rivero . The present practicing squad totals about 15 or 20 men most of whom are new as pirants for the tea l-i-i _alotig’ with a few of last years veterans namel y , Ballar _d , Clarke , J ones andl Care y . Co-cap-tains , Pree _and H endet son along with Brisbane are engaged in foot ball and will not join ti-ic sdjuad i un til after Thanks g iving . Dura nt iu ’ st strit ig center , suffered a broken thumb in the midst of the football scasot i which _ptlts him out _of the renl a _i ni _g games an d it _ha ~ _h ot as yet _st _’ fflcien t l y l ealedl to a llow him to _p a _lt _icip ate in ti-ic ) r climinar y basketball skirmishes . TI-ic teat -i-i of last season , a trul y g’reat one , is back intact with ti-ic exception of Dcsver n ey , an outstan _d ing g’aurd in C . I . A . A . comn — pet itio _~ i . _‘] _. ‘ he sch...
187 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
187 BAILEY—A guar _d from Sumner _1-U gh Scho ol , St , Louis , Mo , N ickm ame is Eag le Beak . Wei ght , 152 , _BECK _ _, ’VTTI-I—A fu’eshm _an froni Dunbar Flight School , Washing’tom _i , D . C , He i s a cen ter . Nic kmi anie is Beck . Weig ht , 170 , NORRIS—A first year _lu _au from Chester , Pa . He is a guard . N _icku ian _ie is Selassie , I— Iis _ive i ght , 170 , J . JACKSON—Brother of Pumijab , is a qtma rtcrback . Nick—na nie is I-looks . We igh-it , 162 , F . _JACKSON—From Cliariottesy u l e , Va ,, is playing his see—ouicl year at tack le . Nick—n atne Pim jab . Wei ght , 200 . miame _Ptmnjab . W ei ght , 200 . LiTTLE — Recentl y comivert eci ( Continued on page four )
Ri valry Is Keen [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
Ri valry Is Keen th eir _stud ent bodies and ! the ii _IIUliihi i _, The athletic rivalry b etwee n Lincoln _and _I—Iowarci began in 1894 . It marks _tu e _lon gest string of intercolleg iate strife in _tit e history of th e C . I _, A . A . Of the twciity—iii ne coittests _P hayedi thus far , 1-Towardh _h as won fourteen , Lincoln ei ght , and seven have re—suited _iii deadlocks . In onl y five of these battles have more _titan two touch d owns been _scored 1 w _citlieu _’ si _d e .
GYMNASIU M OPENS NIGHTLY [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
GYMNASIU M OPENS NIGHTLY At a recent _mn eeting of ti-ic In—tra— mu i ’al Couticii , it was decid ed to have the gymnasium kep t opemt every evening from seven ti _riti l ten o ’ clock , Through this _iiicditllii every stud ent of _tFi c univem ’sity has an opportunity to em-ijoy _and to par ~ tici pate in the various g’ames and contests that are belch in ti-ic buil _d — _ing ~
INTRA MURAL SPORT AC -TIVITY INCREASES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
INTRA MURAL SPORT ACTIVITY INCREASES The _encoum’agement of the Intra—mn _dm l ’a i Council has been iiistl’tllilcntal in _catms imi g the students of ti -ic university to l ) artiCil ) ate moi’e _fri athletics om time sch ool campus . Over ninet y—p _ci _’ cent . of ti-ic _erltire _stud ent bOdh y , at prese _i-it , is taking’ am-i active part in some for _m of _athiietic s .
Omega Psi Phi [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
Omega Psi Phi Samtte i Alexander Roiandh Lucas Tyson Baker Eugene Minti s Charles _Blalock Donaidi Motei u ~ _Iat’i _’ y _Br itting ’ _h _iant Paul Sing leton Kcniieth Brown Robert Smith George Burgess Carl _Tt’ehcrne 1-Ieri ) et _’ t Cain Rendh ail Walker Donaici Jackson Lloyn Wri ght
TUESDAY , NOVEM BER 26 , 1935 ’ tt _I _? 1 UtL _11 _I _11 UU [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
TUESDAY , NOVEM BER 26 , 1935 ’ tt _I _? 1 UtL _11 _I _11 UU Pub lished by the Students of Lincoln University . Semi- ~ Monthly , During School Year Entered as second-class mail at the Lincoln University Pos t Office , Lincoln Universit y , Pennsy lvania EDITORIAL STAFF W . B . _JOI-INS ON , Ed litor-in-C hief ASSOCIATE EDITORS H . P . BAILEY A . S . MASON B . CURTISS F . B . JACKSON F . A . MINNS I . N . PERRY H . D . _BYNOF R , A . WILLIAMS Annual Subscr i ption— $ l . OO Send subscr iptions to The Linco lnian , % Professo r W . L ~ ’ * LIN CO LN’S RENAISS AN CE Looking around at the _pl’eseii t erUptcdi comidition of our _cam pus we are aroused to wonder j u st n-hat is _coniirig to pass at Lim coin . in previous years matters of importance , su ch a ~ those which are being considered now , passed along’ calml y from year to year withotit any consideration or rad ical _ch-iatiges . The _ivamli g pot _’tion of the past sch oo l year am-id ti-ic current p art of ti-ic present _ouie...
DEAR LINCOLN !!! [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
DEAR LINCOLN !!! It is quite encouraging to tiote th at ti-ic tert ’itory masd ~ uer _aditi g as Lincoln University is threaten—ing to _becotne the campus beautiful , V _/ c happened to see the ri ght side of Rendia _h i Hail ole _al it -ridi _dien Sugar _1— _lihl from the n eares t beautiful hill of Chester ( that ’ s how ti-ic catalog’ does it ) and were swamped by the beauty of i t all , ti-ic campus , we mean . Ju _t ti -ic _ilnm ediat e foreground we say t _u e ultra—n iodet ’ n tennis courts . We admit that ti-icy arc infinitely superiom’ to any stadium that would have the audiac ity to suggest rep lacing’ them . On our ri ght , we saw _tFt e gym . We caii ’ t berate _suchi a inonu memit —we can onl y say th at it is _tluii _que—vel ’y _uli _ic _ui c . Closing in on tite sceni c , we _carri e upon th at rend ezvous of epicul’ean s—dionc _il-i v er _mni h ! ion brick and offset , greatl y , by a battleship gray frau n e adi _dh it ion _wh ich is also a subtraction . Then ap—pea...
. F . M [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
. F . M THE LIBRARY —A CITADEL OF MENT A L GROWTH Th e library is often ref erret l to as Am-i arrange _d collection of 1 ) _OOkS , but we woulti suggest the . following’ definition of a library in terms of its purpose au-id function . It is am-i institution that br itig s together reatl y knowled ge on a witi c variety of subjects about which _l _el’sons _m ay frequent l y _indj uirc . it also , ac t s as a re f enenuce for those who wish to inform themselves on current top ics anti events , Time library serves a real pum’pose _audI _rentlers a valuable service when it cultivates in a i _crsom-i a desire to reath , appreciate , _au th secture a contact with life ’ s best _weapotms , gootl books , Those w h o com e to ti-ic library for p leasure may be led to r eniain for in formation . Often , g lances over magazin es anti ct ft ertaini n g books have a tendency to create _iti _l _eu’somms a warm feeling - toward the _iui ) _m’ar ) ’ anti they will be founti , eventuall y , browsin...
THE LINCO LNIA N SINK OR SWIM [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
THE LINCO LNIA N SINK OR SWIM If _Liut co in Un iversity wishes to _i’euiiain in ti-i c race of football competition , it will have to re—n _iunerate its p layers for their labor . As it is now , those who are in charge of affairs pertaining to footbaih are try ing’ to get sotiiething for nothimig . They want to get all that they cart _froin ti-ic _playeu’s _and give nothing’ _itt m’c—turn . Play _ihig football is a iiarci _aui _dl try ing task , _and if a man _1 ) tlt _s _h is time , euierg ’y , _and efforts into t h e sport , it is _rio more than just to give _h it-i-i his clue rewar _d . The teat -i-i has becu ho sing quite constantl y . Wi-io is to blame , the coaches om’ ti-ic _~ j _layem _’ s ? Neithe r of ti-ic two _mcuiti _On ed l arc iii fault . Both are workin g auldi _h ave work—ed _dhihi gem _it l y . To be fu’ank , we _d o not have enoug h material . Lincoln has had sonic gold en op—l ortti t _-iitie _s to secure otitstanc iing players . With such men Lincoln cotilci _h...