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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
Jäcksop To _Captam . _Foot-Ball iNm _Georg ~ _. _ S ~ umpy ’ Jackson was the unanimo ~ s _. choice of his teammates for their captain dur _ing ~ 4 he season of 1936 in _~‘~ i election held ~ n the locker room at _: _convention Hall imth ~ 4 iatë 1 y after th ~~ game Thanksgivin ~ _night _hai ls _h ull ! DUUK ~~ _~~~ d _~~ * ~~~~~~~~~ _Sel’nnl _ir Nor ~~~~~ j ~ ~ ‘ _hi _~ ire h ~ was _idohiecl ccause of his prowess ) n the grid froir and his ; speed on the cinder paths . He is a junior .
GLEE CLUB PRESENTED IN PHILADELPHIA [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
GLEE CLUB PRESENTED IN PHILADELPHIA The Lincoln Universit y Glee Club made its first appe a rance of the current season in Ph _iladel phi a on _. _Veclnc sday , December 4 _th . The Glee Chub was pr _esen te _d by the _‘ _Frojan Club at the 0 _, V . _Catto Auditorium . Ti me _, _~ _m’og’ram _11 , which began at S : 45 i _’ . _iii ., featured a violin solo by _lVii ~ . Th omas Reed , a _p’ _1 a _110 solo _by Mr . Josep h _Wi _i g _ht , and a vocal Solo by Mr . William Rob-el-s _Ofl _.
ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED FOR FIRE PREVENTION [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED FOR FIRE PREVENTION The Lincoln Universit y ‘ F _’ i ~~ Association has been newl y form — _ccl by the Business Man aR er , Mr . R . F . Tu r rel l , The dutie s of this organization are to supe _: _wise fire _equip n _i ent , to p _re vent _F _re , ant i to sup _erinteiicl lire drills , The organ ization is a _ii ; ing _’ the cooperation of the stu _de _’m t bod y , especia ll y in regar _d to ’ hel p ing _coli ser V e t lie _ii _ew’ apparatus ( Continued on Page 4 )
PAGE- TWO _- - _~~~ , LIONS BEAT : "B _[ SQNS _, ’ _: _14-7 , —END LOSING STREA K [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
PAGE- TWO _- - _~~~ , LIONS BEAT : B _[ SQNS _, ’ _: _14-7 , —END LOSING STREA K _‘ _olic hdlown s _—_ _- _—J . Jackson , \‘ V . ( Continued from Page 1 ) Lincoln ’s 48-yard line , opened her aerial _’ attack . Little , Lion i ivot _mali , intercepte _d a forward pass intended for Armstrong , Bison si gnal caller , amid ran _15 y _ai _’ _~ is to 1— loward _’ s _37-yard line before he was stopped . W . ] 3 rown gaine _d three yards at taçk . c as the _dluarter ended . The Lions came back in the _second _dluarter _dlet ermi _mm _edi to con—tinti e their onslaug h t . W . Brown skirted his ri ght end and _tossed a latera l pass to G . Jackson - —the p lay netting ’ Linco _ln 22 yards and _~ 1 _acimig’ the ball within 12 yards of another touchdown . _5 _. [ ack—son gained ei ght yards on tw o consec utive reverse bucks after which _W . Brown battered his way throug h his left tackle for ‘ the necessar y _yard age ami d a touch—clown . J . Jackson converted l for the extra p oint ’ . The...
the 19343 ’ football s _~ uad [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
the 19343 ’ football s _~ uad Someth ing ’ tha t ’ is not very , well tmnderstood _l by this wr iter : _is- _ Wh y are no t so m e v _~ . _rsity- . ‘ _ot ‘ letter men el ~ gihle to _vote ~ foi the new captain _Of any te _~ _ii _~~ _; -This is the first ~ _tini e ’ we _‘ _ever : heard of such _a _, _’ii ~~ _happenitlg _hut yet _there M ~ a ftm _~ st t _i-rn&amp;to-ever . yt _~ iing . - _SAt _lant ~ Un _iver sity ’held the 70 _th atin iver _sary of the ~ ffiañc _ipation _of the , _Negro . and ! presented a p ~~ y kt ~ ’errtit : _led From . $ _lavery To F ~~ edorn , _ _: featuring ’ the At ! am _~ ta Choir , _fam es _WeldOn- Johnson , tvho _gavit _. a- rendition of one of -his own _sel ’ ection ~ called Sister Mary ~ _rt ~ d _James Hope , presi- ‘ dent o’f _tl ~ is ’ _set-tool . _, It was . a , de’ . _li gl ~ tfu l _, ~ _a-lf-how _~ . nro _, _g . rani _, not _, ~ ) 1 i’ 1 y g’mv ~ • r _pubii c ~ ty t o , the ‘ _fio ~ 5 l ’ _hutt _aláo to - the true .- _expt _: ession of _~~ Cgr...
_~ coin . - First C . I . A . A ; f tba _’ fl [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
_~ coin . - First C . I . A . A ; f tba _’ fl ~~ game won since we ’ ve b _~~~ ’t ~~ r ~ but it is good to know _that- _yotmr chool is starting _upward ~ in . ~ _pprts once m or e , Morgan hoses . - ‘ s _~ , v _, ~ n ~ f her best _inert , Howard . has lost her first string team throug h inelig ibility , Virg inia State and Hampton lose three and ! four men respectivel y ami d Lincoln onl y two which means ( I hope ) our team will be intact amid - much better for miext year . Good coaching , gpod training , and good managj _u g _will make C . _I . A . ‘ A . eham- , Test Yourself ’ with these If . t h e fact or reaction covered by th e question is true ‘ of you underline YES if it is untrue of you underline NO . Thi s is just a te st to find out if you are emotionall y mature or miot _and also ’ if you are extrovert or introvert , 1 . Do you believ e th at the Darwinian doctrine of evolution is a _dangerous one ?—YES om’ NO . 2 . Do you believ e th at humane experimentation on animals...
‘CAN U — [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
‘CAN U — _1 _’ _I _I-f ~~~~ _------ ± f _~ I _—?—F _4 _’ _+ _’ _b’i _!—!——I’ _-HI’ _H _-H- I _I--I--I’ _I - ~ The Seminary de ~ _artnient _with _ou t its Parisian tai lor . * _5 ~ _** - J . H . H . still receiving mail _ft ~ _om West Point . _**** The gymnasi _tm m being equipp .- ed . ~~~~~~~~~ Professor Co ’ es without his h ) leasali t _smiiile . _’K *** ‘ Mr . Glenn as . a track mam _1 _. ** _5 ~ * Soup Turner not chewing _gun 1 . * ~ _** _‘‘ _Dad y Do _Dtmrant wearing eyc g _lasses . * ** * - Snook ) Philli ps as a lee—t u rer _, ~~ ~~~~~~~ Guth 1 _rie’ as a member of the glee _cI tmb . * _5 ~ $ * _Atv _’ ~ ll as Ha _, ile Selassie ’ s ri ght hand _milan _., **** Lincol n mnen ‘ l ) eing called c ru _d e , * ~~~ Bill _Conyers wearing a varsity M . * * * * C . _Bro _\\ _r _11 as a Phil _adel _phiian . *** The , campus with siclewa lks _. *** Professor - Wih _h ia m s leading praye m _meeting _. **** 1 Thw ci garette niagn ate spending his week ends anywhere hut in Ba _lfmore . *...
Sophs Hold Freshmell To Scoreless Tie [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
Sophs Hold Freshmell To Scoreless Tie The annual _Fresh _inian-Sop homore _‘ ~ o _, oth ahl ga me , _played on Renda lh Field , Saturdayç _Deceni ~ her 7 _; ended in a _scoreless _.., tie . The Freshmen advanced be _yondl the Sophomore ’ s ten-yard line on -se _vend occaiions , whereas t _h e hatter team ’ ‘ was un ~ _vi ~ _le’ ta r each- their : op ~ _onén’t ’ s _l’ 54 a _~ r _4 _! stri pe . _, ‘ ‘ ‘ _Perkins , of ’ the _; Fr _~~ _hi _~~~ t _,, _dicked _uif t _~ ’ Thumpsomt . _ . ~~ . _the _Son’hns ~ ’ _’re ’ _~ - _, _‘ _c _-, ’ _~ - _.,. _1 _, _~ ‘ r- ~~ ~~~ ‘ _. _‘ _. _, ‘ ~~~~ . ( _lownect _’ ~~~ ~ ‘ _i _. _S ‘ 42-yard _hir _~ u , A ~ ter run ’ _ihm g ~ an off-tackle p ~ 1 a ~ _an _4 t . a _center bu ck with Wa 1-k ~ r and Thompson back , Mason p . _untecbto Perkin s on the Freshmen ’ s 35yard line , wh ~ re lie was downed . _\ _l _~ T _ebb er and ! ‘ ‘ Perkins b attered l their way to their _42-yarcl stripe , from where Perk ins kicked to MartIn on the - Sophomore 30yardh line ...
COACHING STAFF , SELECTS 1935 ALL -OPPONENT TEAM - [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
COACHING STAFF , SELECTS 1935 ALL -OPPONENT TEAM - _Wh en interviewe _d by- members of the Lincolniami staff as to what method _l of pm ’ocedure they had used in selecting their _a _. _ll— op p on—cut team , _I-leach ‘ Coach Rivero , act i ng as spo k esman f or t I me coac h ing _bod y , the other _mcmii _.. hem’s of which are Charles Chuck ’’ Joi’ic s and Doctor Way—n’ia mi Coston , mach e the followi _n g _statem _iiem _’it In choosi rmg ’ _our myt h ical all—opponent t eam , ‘ _~ \ re took into careful _consicler a lion _tile _di m’ee _( ‘ lua _h ities ’ which go together in makin g -a- valuable , football p layem ’ . These factom ’s are : sportsn an _shi i p , agg’ressiven ess , _and ability . Position Name Schooh L . E . —Sta rks J-Ianip ton L . T . —Mosb y ‘ M organ L , G . —Barco Tj rmion C . —Wi _lsomi . Q ! ieymiey R . G . —Dm ’ake Morgan R . ‘ T . — _’Grici ’ E-Tanipt omi R . _E _.- — _’l- ’Iawkimis 1 _’ _~ _lom’gan Q , B , —Nom’miia _n A . &amp; T . L . H , B . _...
THE L _i _. NCOL N IAN _Il-I _~ _•‘ _I I- _’ _!!! ! - _‘ l- _. _--I _-l- _~ I- ! ~ ~~ 2 _I’ _! _~ l -" _Curtis . _’ s _~ - _’ _: Ceurtesiisj _-1 1 _’ _-lhI _-H _’ _-NIH _I _! _I ~ + _hhIUI _- _‘ _, _- A Dedication TO our teachers to whOse in -creas ing , a ~ si gnment s , we owe our writer ’ s cra mps . - Winter Tim e _- [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
THE L _i _. NCOL N IAN _Il-I _~ _•‘ _I I- _’ _!!! ! - _‘ l- _. _--I _-l- _~ I- ! ~ ~~ 2 _I’ _! _~ l_Curtis . _’ s _~ - _’ _: Ceurtesiisj _-1 1 _’ _-lhI _-H _’ _-NIH _I _! _I ~ + _hhIUI _- _‘ _, _- A Dedication TO our teachers to whOse increas ing , a ~ si gnment s , we owe our writer ’ s cra mps . - Winter Tim e _- Snow cbnies in Sprim _ig - Flowers ’ i ncrease , _I freeze and you sneeze—- \ Vinter time is _glad time . I like rag’ time , - _Vtdho knows ? Winter time , oh ! sweet . , Spring time Wonderful unity , eli ? * * _55 * To wit , here ’ s a headline for a restrain _imig ~ gart er : ‘ _, It hias a wa-y with all flesh . _God knows men need a Li-fe-buoy lesson — if re _suits onl y squared with the claims . _- _‘ Shi p _th e ~ ‘ ole gent into a corner soni c dlay this ’ seniester and ask hin i , to tell you his ‘ stO ry . ( _Continued on Page 4 )
r KALEIDOSCOPE ~ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
r KALEIDOSCOPE ~ _I _++++ _4-H ‘ 4 fl + ! I - _f _I- ’ _T-I _I t _-+, 44 I tt : _11 _I _-H-i- _’I By H . D . Bynoe Your scribe wa-s unable to atten _d the _I-Ib ~~~ r d-Lin cohn clash—froni _aWthat is said about the ~ _game , Lincoln has come throug h at last . Rere s h op ing that the ‘ ath letics of the sch ool will gain enough momentumn ‘ froth ‘ this victory—m oral’ ~~~~ - ~ _eH- a ~ practic al—o carry -them _oil ~ _pwartl to greater hei ghts-. Although we hear d the statement ., Howard ’ s team was so _bud that Lincoln ’ s . victory was without glory , I stil l beieve tha t ; it was a worth y victory . we hop e ‘ the school will se ~ fit to carry _on now by gettih g some players who will c _~~ r ~ more wei ght as t h reats ’ to o _~ _hé’r - teams . There ‘ is no longer , the need for procrastination . By’ the time th _is cot ~ mn comes out it wi _1 ] be ’ a ’ . _’knowmt fac t George Stumpy ’ J ackaon is th _, captain
_hi _, thc _, fall of 1933 . ~~~ r _, Iug their [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
_hi _, thc _, fall of 1933 . ~~~ r _, Iug their stay , the football team won’ its fi’rs _. t C . I . A . A . game it-i a period of fotm r years . This victory was over Howard University , iThanksg iving _D’áy , 1 _’ ~~ S . _U-n’ _4 _er the leadership ~~ A ~ sisCoach J on es , t he b ~~ i ~ g . and _w-re’sthiiig teams won _Ssev _~ i _~ a _. _l C . l _’ _~ ’ A . A . _cham pionshi ps _-du ring the past _sea-sOn , _- ‘ Right ’ ‘ Wri ght were ’ ~ * _é ~ t off _their feet by two ifowardi- t es . Will Fenty boast _this time ‘ ab _~ ut his carfare ? : Too - Next time I guess ? There ’ s a great many _mile 4 _. _h ~ - _tween Philadel phia a _, nd Whshington , aren ’ t ther e Lamp _kiü . ? ‘ Ears’ Thompson is still hø-1 d ~ _ing his own against keen conipet iti on—how come Lucas , ? _~ . _-W e still can , not get over ’ the sc , or e— 14 to 7 , in favQ r . qe L n _
or NO [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
or NO YES underscore d as answers to the majority of these _, ‘ mesti on s in _dicates emotional _mi maturity _andl intr over _sion whereas NO to _tI-tese qtme stio iis indicates extroversion and eniotional matt irity . Don ’ t let this bother _you ‘ for it is omi ly a test ; this _kii awhedge may assist you to make better ( Continued on page four )
QUO VADIS ? [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
QUO VADIS ? One by one they mnarçh up—proud , happy ’ and ignoramit . They extend their hand s , receive ’ their degrees , a handshake , and then —and then what ? _Bewildered , they stumble from office to office , encumbered with a scemnmig ly useless B A ., _onl _y . to be turnedi down . Embittere _d ‘ against a social system whkh re fuses to replace skilled workers of ess ed ucation with the intelli gentsia , our friemids move on . A ! - ways the reason for _thieii’ being ref _t ~ _sec _1 is the same . Th ey don ’ t know anything about _~ ) _tisii iess _, ~ o how can they expect to step imi and rep lace someone who has grown up wit _h th e 1 _iu _~ _it _’ess _? How can _th ey , _ind eed , while our colleges remain so b and?—blind to the fact ti-tat they are defeating th eir ‘ own pur _p ose — if it is their purpose to nt’epare us to take ’ our places r _, thie world in which the law of self—preservation is king . In life it is invaluable to know who wrote the ’ Romance ’ of the Ro...
Annual Subscript _ion— _$ ~ . OO ‘ Send subscri ptions to " The Lincolnian , " % Professor W . Li Wright , Lincoln University , chester Co _, Penr ~ a _,. _, - ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - VICTORY ! [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
Annual Subscript _ion— _$ ~ . OO ‘ Send subscri ptions to The Lincolnian , % Professor W . Li Wright , Lincoln University , chester Co _, Penr ~ a _,. _, - ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - VICTORY ! The smoke of the football season _hias cleared’ away amid Lincoln has emerged battle scarred , but with a C . I . A . A . victory over her - arch _rival—Howard . This victory marks th e fir ~ t one of major important in a _period of over four ‘ years . The season i-tad _beemi slow , victory had been an elusive ~ omething , a _Wihl-O-The ’ - \ _’Visp , and the team had become _enmeshed _. in the _marshes of d efeat . The season , as formerl y ~~~~~~~~ the case , began with spirits h i gh , with cries , of a new deal in athletics , with predict ions of great th ings ‘ from a team ti-tat was to be unstopable . Few realized ti-tat the teamn was a true college team composed o...
WHAT - IS ‘ CULTURE ? [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
WHAT - IS ‘ CULTURE ? Not ‘ so long ago , ‘ we * ere asked the question , _ What is cultu re , in a lew words ? There are no few word’s by wh ich the word ~ culture , can be exp lained . However , we shall . try to exp lain here what . the word might mean . Now if culture means contact with the classica l poets , dramatists _and philosop hers , it demands initiall y a classical edlucation . One cannot evade the requirement by _read ing-a ll these peop le iii tratislation . Soni c of them , perhaps , ’ ~ ut _hot all . The point is purel y an academic one , in any case , for _Ihere must be very few peop le who have taken the trouble to read translations of all classics . When the hero of certain senti m ental novels spends h is ti _m e in exhatmstive perusal of various _ed itions , is he ctmhtured ?’ In order to be ecl _tmcated it is nec essary to have a certain amount of knowledge . NOt the kind that can be gotten front Sunday supplenients , oi’ soni c University extension lectures ....