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DECLINE OF INTEREST IN NEGRO FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
DECLINE OF INTEREST IN NEGRO FOOTBALL TI-i c _Neg’u’o ’ s interest iui footba ii is thecitict i h y on ti-ic wane . From a receu t _sur vey it was _fountl that ti-ic average attentha nce has fallen to a new low during ti-ic _pr escuit sea . The lack of _m _od _ern playing’ auiti adtled attractio _n s cam-i be stated as res _potlsil ) le for ti-ic _d ecline in t i-ic gate receipts of Neg’uo _gaines . Few sch ools , if any , _iii ti-ic C . I . A . A . use arm y _Seml ) lancc of ni otiem tech _ni que on ti-ic gridiron , aui d the _inspui _’ atio _n created by _iicpp _~ ’ yell s , ban d selections , and earth pictum _’es is entirel y lacking ’ . Dr . John H . Nichols , Director of _Ath letics at Oberlin College , in a recent article , J stated th at ti -ic _d rawing earth of _mn _otiemnt foot—- ~ _iah _1 games was riot _oni y die tack—h in g , ki cking ’ , _m i m ing , ari d pass—imug ’ , but ti-ic color and pageamit ry cu’eatet l to _1 ) _rodticc exciteme _n t , It ctj tma ls ti-ic spi...
PAGE THREE SUPPORT THE STUDENT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
PAGE THREE SUPPORT THE STUDENT COUNCIL Lincoln _lj _nivet’sity is _arm itistitution in which student govern—n m cnt is for the _m ost part left in ti -ic ha _imds of a body of men ktiown as ti-ic _Stud ent Council . This group is to act as me diatom’ between ti-ic fac _n mht y an d ti-ic student bod y . If such au-i organization is to be effective _and forcef _nm i , it niu st have ti-ic concerte _d efforts and backing of the students . In orciem’ for tit _e council to pt’c—sent _stud ent viewpoint to ti -ic facult y , these op i niot -is _i-iittst first be _acleqtmate i y _au _th publicl y expm _’essc _dh . If , and when , these semitimem its arc presente _d , it is then , anti only _theui the function of ti-ic _Stcmdcnt Coumi — cii to offer them to tFt e _acl m inis—tration , ti-ic facult y , or ti-ic _ch is—cip _hine committee . _Therefoi’e ti -ic Student Council invites antI encoura ges srmgges—tiot is , 1 ) 0 th -i coiistr tm ctivc anti dc—strn mct ive , amid promises that ti-i...
AUTUMN AT LIN COLN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
AUTUMN AT LIN COLN I wish my _haiitls cotiitl hoarti ou ’ _hoitl One autumn scene from your land or sk y Or gather to my _an us ti-ic ruined gold Wh ich show _h ow flaming thin g ’ s mtm st dlie . If I could check ti-ic vandal winds That shake amiti team ’ th y beauty tiown - _fl-ic dciicatc leaf , ti-i c slender steiii Ly ing’ _clislievehed out the ground . _. _1 v ’ould P _1 _’cserve thee long’ for si g _h t In this th y glory—summer gone Alas , _btit beauty still re sides too g’ivcs deli _gh t Btit somnetiiiiig’ h as _g’ouie out—som et hing ’ g’one . But I must look up while I may So I climb th y hills as diay iig lut dies To see God p ail -itim ig o ’ er Oxford way Upon ti-ic canvas of ti-ic _evcnui ig sk y . But \ vii _) ’ ti me th ings that we love so Like to th y beaut y flat -i-ic a ~ tl go . I . y ~ r , F , TAYLOR .
’Editor s Mail Box [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
’Editor s Mail Box To The Editor : The question _foi’cum-cost in tie _ummintis of _um ost _studcu it s is—Wh y _Compulsom’y Cimapel ? V _’ v e realize that be fore this rule was _ummade , Sunday chapel attend—amice was quite low : anti that since this is a reli gious _iu mstitution and _IiiCfl ar e stipposeti to receive in—spir atio i-i from -i-i these sem’yices , the faculty decruet i it nece ssam ’y to compel every man to go to nmake sure a iam ’ g’e _attcnti aumce anti tlmtm s emmabic every individual to meccive h is i ) _i’oper stiu _imui atio n . Isn ’ t th is attack iiug ti -ic problem froun ti-ic wu _’ommg si _d e ? Ti-ic str ident hotl y as a whole is not atheistic in _ti-ic least , The reason men don ’ t atteu u ci chapel vO _iun tami _~ ) r is that they lmat e lmeing hom’etl . Simuce ti-ic admi _n istratiomi tiesir es large chapel _attemidance , ti-ic _) ’ should make conditions _fit — ~ ‘ orablc for it . If ti-ic _strudet -its ( Continued _oui page four )
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
MUSICAL CLUB’ GIVES RECITAL AT PLAINFIELD , N . J . ( Contintt ech froun page one ) structor of piatmo im ti-ic Depart—mimcmmt of Music at-id also Mr . Thotm -uas M . Reeth , iumstructor of om’chestm ’ai instruniem its . The program presented there was as follow ’s 1 . a . Stunm ’ise _out ti-ic Gang-e s—- ( _Cia _ii sole _dcl Ganges ) by _Scanl otti . 1 :, Ave _? _Vl ari a .,, .. Arcacleit c . J— Ta _hl eluja im Chorus— ( _ft’omn _iVio _umit of Olives ) by Beetim ’ • Ovet m . ( Glee Club ’ s Numbers ) _It . Violin _Solo ~ _—Spanislm Dam-ice _—Retifelti , by Mr . _Thom as M . Reed . _lU . a . _Mom ’ mming _1-lytmin—H eimsc he _I _. b . Lullaby Brahms c . Wi-ia is Sylvia ?—Schu ’ bert . tI . Secrecy V _~ 7 _olf • - ( Glee Club ’ s Number s ) lV ~ Piano Solo—Mr . Joseph-i L . - - Wri ght Selection—March _-i Grotesque— Sim-iding V a . Give a Rous e—Ba mmtoc k b . A Peaceful Ni ght—German c , TI-ic Shadow _Mar ch—Pro—timer oc - d _• Ti-ic _Shep hert _iess — McM urrot _ug _Fu , by Glee Cl...
RAMB LING AROUND WITH BONNER [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
RAMB LING AROUND WITH BONNER To my mnind Porgy at-id Bess , for which George Gershwin wrote tic music , _should have particul ar attraction and interest to all Liiicolnitcs . Why ? Well for ti-is reason : We all know that it , Todd Duncan , a former instructor at I-Toward University , has _tit e _leading role of Porgy , but how nmany of us know tl-iat his _u’apithh y _advaiicing _untlcrstutiy is mmo _iu e other than our _owt-i William Sirn—rnomi s , of ti-ic class of ‘ 35 ? Many of you can recall Sin-i tnons ’ _go 1—den barit one yoice , as 1-ic was ti-ic baritone soloist of die Glee Ciub during most of his time here , I rail still see him oi-i tie stage before the _atmthience , whole-hearted-hy sing ing Water Boy , _wlile accomm panied by the mach ow _hunt s of the entire glee club . Rumor has it timat if onl y the prociucers hmap — _pet-i to spot his great work , he will soon be play ing the p art of Porgy with R . Todd Duncan as Imis un _d erstud y . _II this comes about , it wil...
THE LIINCOLN _IAN OMEGA SPONSORS ACH _iEVE MENT WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
THE LIINCOLN _IAN OMEGA SPONSORS ACH _iEVE MENT WEEK Ne ‘ Ne ( Conti _u-itued from t ~ age 01-ic ) _auth Dccl ) River . The nuext _’ feature of time afte r—umooni was the address delivered by Mr . Dodson . He chose for his top ic Quo Vadis . Time pre _imiise of lu is speeeim was timat the Negro needs a itew ph ilosop hy of life , the . propounding of which is a task placed upoii th e simoulthcrs of coliege— 1 ) red l m-imen amtt l _womn emm of to-ti ay . _? _vf r . Docison _poimmtet i out _ti-i c chamige in the _plmil _osop h-iies _un aium—t aineti by various race leaders sin ~ e ti _ie Negro received _I-u s _em anci pation _Frederick Douglass , i-ic _poim-itet i _oti t , was a iiiiii—tau t leatler , am-i uimcou -impromisi flg , boith heathe r , oim e _who asked _ito qu arter atm cl gave _h one . _This spirit gradually petered oti t and a new pliiiosop _hmy took the place of time olti , a philosop h y as that tu aintai _fledl by Booker T . \ Vashington . A ph ilosop hy th at feature...
PAGE FOUR KALEIDOSCOPE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
PAGE FOUR KALEIDOSCOPE ( Continued _fi’otm-i imag _e two ) basketball arri _viumg . Prec , one of ti-ic _tu most cotmsista t _it p layci’s on due co u rt , will out—p lay _ag-aiim _th is year all opponents put be fore him . _U en _dem ’ _soum who is a cool anti steath y pe m formmme r simould i 1 make _out c of th e hi g hest po int g - athci’s iu ti-ic C . I _, A , A . j 3 _ahi arcl _sh ould _shiow some very _good p laying for lie was omu c of the best last y ear . _Couitinuiu -ig’ _alot g with th e record he nmati e iast year , Dura nt should be first—s _tnim ig’ center . Bm’i s—bane _niust not he left out of th is eas y _p l ayi ig quintet . _. As new corners of outstanding ’ calibre we have _Flollatul from _. _Ovei _’brook _, Howar _d fm ’ _otn New York , Thomas _ami d Ransom along with Ncwsom from Pennsy lvania . _Them-i , last but not least , _th ere are _Ciai _~ ke , Jo nes and Carey as reserves . We _immiss tim e ever _ch eerful face of Double Butt _ Gra y , _’ ~ _who was th...
SPORT ECHOES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
SPORT ECHOES ( _Contiulucci from page two ) Then in ti-ic IV _[ _oi’gamm game on Octohc m’ 19 th , ti-ic skids were applied , How ? No one knows It is a niystet ’y to b oth ti-ic coacim — ing staff anti the i ha _’ers _. _The coachimig staff g-ot resu lts last _ycam ’ while insti gatim ig Lott Little ’ s syst en i wh ich was emmtire l y n ew to cvem ’y member of ti-ic squad . _ihe question _of coaching cam-i he ciium _m iu _ia tetl anti so cat-i tim e questi on of m-i-iateria l if ti-ic m’e—pia ~~ t- _iuei _mts , aloumg’ with the _It’es lm—-mi-ian _m’eeti _foi’cements _, capabl y fill t h e sh oes of last y ear ’ s sen i or stat’s . Therefore , time trou ble timi—dou h ted ly lies in ti-i c members of _tb-ic _squad . It can ’t be the lack _ci _cxpel’iet _iCe , for everyone saw ’ vai ’sity set’vice last year atid is _fa m n i _h i a r with the new _’ system Tl’hcn _ti-ic trouble imiu st lie in due _afoi’einentio _ucd _detei _’ _ti _-iuruiug factou ’ o F the streng-th of a team—name l...
worl _d . TI-ic oldest child , Waite _’ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 26 November 1935
worl _d . TI-ic oldest child , Waite _’ L . Wri ght , Jr ., is Pres ident of Robert College aum d the Woma mm ’ s College , both _located _iui Istanbu l , _Tn rkey , The daug hter , _Jaim e Grey _Wnig’i-it , is a graduate of _Bryn Mawr College , where si-ic received a m-i A . B . d egree . SI-ic has an A . M . from-i-i ti -ic _IJumivers ity of Peminsy lvani a _ammcl a Ph . D . from _Bryn Mawr College . At present si-ic is Professor of French at West-imamptom-m College of ti-ic Universits’ of \ Tirgin ia at Ric lmmmmo imd . Georg-e C . Wri ght , the younger of the two sot-is , is a graduate of
Lions Beat BisoA 14- 1 , End Losing Streak [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
Lions Beat BisoA 14- 1 , End Losing Streak ~ VictOry , First Since 1924 Holiday Crowd Attends Social Functions The _1-loward-Lincoin game th is year broug ht with it a full _; round of social activities to _entertain visitors from Wednesday t ~ Sunclay . On Wednesday afte _~ rn oon the Ladies Auxiliary of th ~ Liiicoin University Alumni Association ten _d ered a reception t _’ ~ visitor s , This affair , held at the Y , was ope n to ’ the Public . On Thurs _d ay ni ght , after t _h e game , the annual Scho ~~~ _shi p Dance was _held in the sp _~ t _cious ballroom of Convention _Hall , The music was furnished by Dart Redman and his orchestra . : _Follow _ilj g the d ance there were _nti _’ _ni _~ erous : _~ hou _se _p arties , cab aret _p artie ~ _andL other affairs . Many visitors _topped the _evening S at a Breakfast _Dance given by _~ _\/ _Im e . Sara _Washii ~ gton at the Soldier ’ s Striking violentl y in the first half , the Lincoln University Lions vanquished the _1-loward Bis...
~ jncoiu _Musics _. Club Present _F s Campus Re ~ _ital Makes Initia Appearance ‘ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
~ jncoiu _Musics _. Club Present _F s Campus Re ~ _ital Makes Initia Appearance ‘ Dr . Glascoe Conducts Chapel Services The . D _, epartment of Music of Lincoln Univer sity presented a recital in the Mary Dod Brown Memorial Chapel on _Thursd ay e _i . ’ening ,. December . 5 , at . ei ght o ~ clock . The purp ose of the concert was to acquaint the student _~ . ody . with the work of . the Music D ~ epa ~~~ _ent . ‘ The ’ program consisted of selections rendered ‘ by the ‘ Glee Club , organ , piano , violin , and vo—cal solOs , andh orchestral ‘ rendi- ’ tions , ‘ ‘ _‘ _. The fea hire of the program was _tire’ initial appearance of the Orchestra and the _String ‘ : Quartet which were newl y formed this year . _- , ‘ ‘ The Orchestra is ’ composedi of twenty two members . The instrunients included in the Orchestra are violins , com ets , clarinets , saxophones , trombones , a bass viol , and a drum . ‘‘ _- The numbers offered by’ the Orchestra were as follows : Campus _Pride—D c Lamater...
UNIVERSITY TO PUR CHASE MOTI ON PICTURE MACHINE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
UNIVERSITY TO PUR CHASE MOTI ON PICTURE MACHINE A motion _pictur e apparatus is to be purchased by Linco ln University earl y next semester acr or ding to a recent report . The apparatus will be for the benefit of those _a’ssociatedl with the Uni ~ _versit _. y f ) ue to a boycott that has been made again st the motion l ) _icttlre theaters of Oxfor _d , some form of relaxation _and amuse’m cut for stur , le _nts ’ and others _affectedi by the boycott wa s _cOilsi d l _el’edl to be a necessit y . Various substitutions were _offer edi _audi suggested , but _im p to the ’ present t ime the diversion formerl y furnish ed by the Oxford theaters has not been ~ _eh ) _1 _acedl in an organ ized or official _iii ann _er . The _mrs _otion picture apparatus will be m _odern _and will feature _souti ci attachment . The commit—cc who _w’ihl purchase the machine w il l use every means available to _sect i re the _iii ost modern p ictures for pr esentat ion . Seve ral pr ograms to pay for i-lie a...
Lincoln Y . M . G ~ L To i 1 _, UI _U’ _‘ odii _~ ‘ _~ " _~ . _t’ ‘ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
Lincoln Y . M . G ~ L To i 1 _, UI _U’ _‘ odii _~ ‘ _~ _~ . _t’ ‘ The Y . M . ~~~ . A . of Lincoln University will gi _~ ’e a banquet on _Thur sday , December 12 , in honor of the football team , the coach es , and the victors in the current tournaments which are be ~ ng sponsored by the ~~~ . _M _. C . A . cabinet . The banquet will be he ld in the gymnasium and it is at this time that letters will he pres _’ ~~ ted t o th e c _i _u a _h ifed ’ members of the foot—ball _lean s . ‘ Medals will be given to the winners in the _co-nests . Speakers at the affair will inc _. lucl e C . A . Riley , presi dent of th e Y . M . C . A . ; _Ileadl C ach _1 _’ vI . _Rivero ; Assistant Coach C . _Joiies ; H . C . Moult _r ie , _. _iianager of _th e football team ; B . D . Parker , _eapt _ait i of this _) _real _ _S team G . Jack son , next year ’s captain . R epresenti _n g the faculty ~ _vi _1 _I be President -Elect W . L . Wri ght and Professor H . _. F . Grim , chair—man of the Athletic _Corn...
r ~ _"fl’i ~ j _. _~ , _fluaitpt ~ LIo Make Christmas Tour ’ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
r ~ _fl’i ~ j _. _~ , _fluaitpt ~ LIo Make Christmas Tour ’ The _. Seminary Quartet during the Christmas holidays _wili make a tour that will extend _ovs r _Netv York City and several nearby cities . The tour will beg in December 13 and will last until December 20 . The _dluartet _. is planning ’ , to _g’ive concerts at the following _place _. c _Zion Baptist Church , Jers ey City , N . J ., December 13 , 1935 , North Avenue Church New Ro—che _hl e , N . Y ., December 15 ; St . Catherine A . M . F . Church , New _Roc’hehl e , N . Y ., December 16 , _1 _ oun g P eop le ’ s Club ; St _; ten Isl and , N . _V ., _December 17 , Corona Congressional Church ; Corona , N . V ., _Decem ber 18 , _Siloam Pre sb yter ian _Cl _surch ; B : rookl yn , N . V ., December 19 , Mother A . _lvi _. F . Zion Church ; New York , N . V ., Decemb er 20 . The personnel of the qu artet is as _follows Quinto n Pr imo First tenor Robert N . Joyn er . . _Secon _d tenor Lloydl N . Sat ilter . . . _ _. . First Bas...
NEW ‘ ATTENDAN CE RULES TO B’E ENFORCED [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
NEW ‘ ATTENDAN CE RULES TO B’E ENFORCED A new set of ru les w’as _d rawn _up recentl y by the Att _end l an c _e Committee of the University . _Th new rules were felt to l ) e _it _neces ~ sity beëause of the evils that attende _d the _rtml _es- fo _m _’ _meri v in _USe _, The Atten _d ance Committee is a new - one , having been _app oin ted recent l y this semeste r . Tie personnel of the body is Fr _ofes _sn r Ta mes , chairman _lvi _i _’ . 1 T ) _orscy and Mr . _lKuehner , The reasons for a change in the _~ mtte ncl ance _rules were s eve _ml _. Ou t stand _h _ing _amom ’ . g _thi e i ~ _i _4 _h e _fohio _\ ving : _- 1 . Students fr _eri _imtrn tl y _ovcrcut q u ite sc _~ ve ~ el y . This _overcistting resulte _d in comp laints both from _~ _t’he faculty _and _frons the _parents of _stud ents . 2 Students , clue to over cu ts _. lost cred _h it in their work . Credit _wTas taken from these stu _d ents either by sul ~ tract ing _’ hours or by _lowering the term mark . 3 . _Stud en...
LINCOLN AND CRESSON TO HAVE RECEP TION ROOMS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
LINCOLN AND CRESSON TO HAVE RECEP TION ROOMS In a recent intervie w ’ with one of the repor t ers of the Lincohnia n , Mrs . Patterson , hea _d of the Sanitation Committee , stated that p lans are being made to h ave a recept _ion room both in Lincoln and Cresson _i-h alls . The officials h ave promised to renovate rooms in these _buildingns ‘ for that _l ) _ttI ~ — pose in the neat ’ ‘ future . Mrs . Patterson has been instrumental in proc u rin g articles of furniture for these rooms . A fr i _enc _, h of hers in _New’ York has promised to _senth some furniture to the _Um ~ iversity , Mrs . Patterson is also contribut—in g to the cause . ~~~ Patterson says that _st ~ _ch an _improvement will tenc ~ to en—han ce the rtttractive n ess of and a _dd a niore homelike atmosp here to the builc 1 ing ~ s . Sh e ‘ further stat—ed that she is , p leased with the cooperation that she is receiving from the men who are in charge of t h e dor _i’nitorie _s’ _‘
( arranged by ) [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
( arranged by ) East of _Suez—Strebor The String Quartet rendered th ~ , following se 1 _~ _’ctions . _- ~~ v the Craclle— _’Grieg The Mill—Raff The personnel of the String Quartet is : Thomas M . Reed—— _First violin Li nds ey T . J ackson—Second violin _. Frank E . Du er s—Viola J a m es E . Dorsey—Cel _lo Soloists of the even ing were : Arthur _I-I _, Anderson—Violini st _Charles S . Irelan d—Tenor Thomas M . Reed—Violinist Clarence C . Jones ’ - _— _Tenor _\ _~ \ _Tilfred , Lloy d—Pianist _l _3 ric e Miies— -O _! _. _’garii st _The ne _~ vI y organized Departuieuit o ~ Music is under the direction of Mr . ja _me _s’E _, Dorse _. y . The ( Cont inued _i on Page 4 )