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FOR FIRE PREVENTION [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
FOR FIRE PREVENTION ASSOCi . Ti ON Ok _( ANiZE _i ) ( Com timm ued ! from Page 1 ) _whmich ’ u _hia 3 beet-i instai ledl . Final _clecisiouis _l ) erta _immi n g to all matters dealing wit h fire pre vetitioum rest wit _h time Fire Association . IV _, _[ enmbe _u ’s of the _5 ( 11 _ ma d ! are : B , Cuu’tis s ‘ f . Pa lmmmer , L . Fields , auu ch C . Irehaii d .
Advice To The Love-Lo r n [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 December 1935
Advice To The Love-Lo r n Dear Mr . Cu ir tis : Wh _my _dh i _dlui ’ t _imiy girl friend _comum e out to time recent claumce _oni time camp us ? ‘ Does si-ic cam’e for me ? _Auis \ v er — _Perh ap s _c ~ m _h ave kiss-proof breat _h , You ’d better get a bott ic of Listerine . That ’s _rmro b ab i the who-h e reas in .
President Johnson ’ s _Resignation A cc e pt e d To Serve As Trustee And Preside _it-Emeritus [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 January 1936
President Johnson ’ s _Resignation A cc e pt e d To Serve As Trustee And Preside _it-Emeritus The resignation of Presid ent William H al l ock J oh n son w _’ill go _iii to c fleet in _l _~ cl ) _t _’ uar y . The res—igna t _ion was ma de earl y l ast summer , but t lì e Board of Trus _- t ees _p e _1 s _u _~ _idl _edl _I ~ r esi clent Johnson to remain in o ffice until a suc—- ~ ssor could be nam ed , Preside nt J olinson , who has served in the capacit y of Presi—dent of Lincoln _Un ivc _r sity for a decade , cam e to the Universit _y u ~ ‘ _er _i hii _lv y _~ r rs ago . During lu st er ni of office t _h e student cn ~ roilm ent reached its peak when in 1929-30 the _enrollrn cut was 365 . During’ the past ten yea _rs , President J ohnson has been _iii ~ _strumenta l in securing fun _d s for t _h e ‘ Universit y during his presi—dcn cv over $1 , 000 , 000 has conic into t h e Un iversit y treasur y from _v ~ r s so urces . Alter conip leting _h is _, ter nu of office , President _J...
Frank 1 . Wilson A pp ointed Dean Of Men New Appointee Will Teach Education [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 January 1936
Frank 1 . Wilson A pp ointed Dean Of Men New Appointee Will Teach Education _Mr _. Frank 1 ’ . Wilson , 1 on ~ connecte _d with the Y _, M _, C _, A . was appointed _Lv the I 3 oarcl ot Trustees of Lincoln U ni v ersit y at a recent meeting , to serve as Dean of Men and in full faculty rank as Professor of E ducation _, The _new office , that of Dean of M _cii , was created in _keepiii g _’ w ith the policy of the incoming ad— in _I ni St ration , Mr . Wilson is a former student of Lincoln University . _i—I _c graduated ! from the college in 192 1 , and from the Seminary in 1924 . During his stay at the University lie was active in student organizations . _i—I c was a member of b oth the football and baseba ll teams ati ( i partic ipated also in the _caiiipu _s Y . M . C . A . work . Whiie a student , lie became the Student Secretary of the V . M . C . A ., _and lie has he _~ d that office ev er since . As a representative o the Y . M . C . A ., lie was sent to _.. ndia , in an eff ...
Debating Society Plans Extensive Program [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 January 1936
Debating Society Plans Extensive Program The mamuage r of t _h e Debati mug ’ ISocicty recentl y announced a v er y extemus iv e pro gram f or t h e com ing season , The _p _~~ p ~~ _ed _1 p lam _u _sh ows numerous tri ps to colleges near _Liii co ~ n Um _u i _vc rsitv and ret urn emugagen _i eiut s with th eni in conjunction with visits fr onu other colleges to our cam — _~ ) _u s . _Th e emu gage _ni cnt s for thus season w ill carry them to the canu — puses of Ursinus Coflege . _ F _umi i ata College , Lebanon Valley College , _leh i _gh University , S ’ _. _isdj ue iuamun a ) Jn i v er sit v , _Albri _ghu t C . _d legc , h—haverford , and _l Penmu State , all in t h e State of Penns y lvania . The Nort h ern tour will ta ~ : e t lue ’ _iuu to N . V . U ., C . C . N . Y ., amid 1 Brookl yn Literar y amid Debati ng Society . The Southern tou r will carry them _ui td ) 1— lowarc _l Un ive r—5 _it _’s ~ , Virg im _u ia _UJmiio n L Tm _i ive r sity and _\/ irg im _u ia State Colleg e...
PRESIDENT JOHNSON DE -LIVERS FAREWELL AD -DRESS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 January 1936
PRESIDENT JOHNSON DELIVERS FAREWELL ADDRESS _Pr _csidcn t Willi am _ui Eta _I hoc _k J _oh _iuson delivered luis farewell sermon in t _h e Mary Dod _Brov , _ii Memorial Chapel he fore an _an - d _iwuc e of students ; faculty mciii—h ers , and visiting fr ie _nrhs on Sun—clay , J _anuary 19 , 193 6 . ‘ _l’hue following is an outline of t Ile _serm on Text h _~ . _ii l m _uc ~ ‘ r 12 _— _- _leach _Illilt we may _~ 9 ~ l ) _010 ’ h earts unto wischom _uu _, _’ ’ A Wise Arithmetic _‘ _i _, _’ he thoug ht of _th is psal m _which is commonly ascribed t _o Moses , is sole _mu un ami _d sublime , it speaks of the frailty of man and o l t h e eternit y of God , Because _mamu _’ s life h ere upon eart h i s so brief the _ps ~ _thmuu _ist prays _b r _‘ xis—thorn th at he may un _derstand t h e purpose of life _aut h make t h e best use of it _wh ile it lasts . Some booklets were recentl y issue _d for the purpose of hel p ing young _mcmi omu t h e road to success , Sonic of the titles , as I r...
FOUR FRATERNITIES HOLD ANNUAL CONVENTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 January 1936
FOUR FRATERNITIES HOLD ANNUAL CONVENTIONS ‘ _Flue fout’ _iuuajo r _iuatio n al N _egm _’ o fraterm u ities lucId thueir _aium uua l con—vem utio _mu s dhuri n g t h e _Chur istm _iuas _huo _h it l ay s . Th ese eomuve _iutio _u us serve as a ‘‘ get toget h er amid a _iti tlue _i’espeCtive grou _~ is _nu _SCctml’i m _’lg unity . Al ph a Phi Al p ha , during th eir _amumu m _. _ia ~ conclave at Nashville . _Temumuessee bm ’ omu Decenu b er 28 to 31 , took steps to n im _u i _mn i z e t _h e _- ~ _rcl _: _tk- ’ ~ f t _li _~ n _~ ‘ p _eri _odh as well as to appropriate $6 , 000 for various scholars h i ps . All officers were re-elected _i with t he th ree exceptiomus of t _h e first _vice— 1 ) re _sid hem _ut of the eastern m’e—giomu , t h e fourthu vice—p m _’es _irhent of the wester mu region , amid t h e et _h i—tor of t h e _Sphu _imux , t h e natiomia l organ of th is group . The mc m _i elected to th ese th ree offices m’espect iveh y al-c Bert R . M _cDonalrh , ~ h ) r . ‘ _Fai’r...
THE REVEREND J . S . ARMEN TROUT CONDUCTS CHA PEL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 January 1936
THE REVEREND J . S . ARMEN TROUT CONDUCTS CHA PEL ‘ Flue Revere mud J . S . _, Arn _u en trou t Director of Leadhership _~ iraim _u im ug of thue Boar _d of Presb yte ria _lu Churc h es , conducted ch apel services tin Stl li ( hay , J amu uary 12 . Imu h is discourse t h e spe aker st r _esset _i the _i’espom _iSil ) _ih it y of youthu i ’ mu carr y imug on C _h uri stiam _u ity . The you mug er _geuue _m’ati om _’m , hue saith , nuust av oid attitudes amid op in—io mus _w’hu iclu a re comutrar y to Ch ris — _t _’ ia mi _priu uc ip _les , _aiud _whu ic lu will _hu im _ut her the ir progress . The Revem ’emud Mr . Ar _miu cii ti -out gave omue imuiporta n t rea son _wh y flue wom _’ h _~ i situati ons of t _h e pr escut tim _ii e need t h e leade rshui p of yout h : muanue l y , yout h is gifted wit h a v ision _amutf _au imag imuatio _lu wh ich are _tlem _uiedi to _ad ults . Th i s emiables th em to try new’ vemutu res , _uuev er . d rea m ed of he fore , _‘ . _l’I _uey am- c not t...
MUSIC GROUP TO APPEAR IN RECITAL SERIES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 January 1936
MUSIC GROUP TO APPEAR IN RECITAL SERIES _‘ _Flue musical talemut of Lincoln Um _u iversit v will he _1 uresemuted in several recita ls _dlurimug ’ flue comuu—umid _f _seasoli _. The programs wh ich am-c _shireadl th roug _h out t h e second sen _ie stem ’ , will consist of t h e _Iohlow’imug ( Sunda y after _iuo omus at 3 o’clock ) F ehur _u ar v 9——Mr . f ames F . l ) or - sev , h aritomue , assistet l _liv Harriet William son , pianist . _Fehur uar _v 23 — _Mm ’ . ‘ Josep h L . Wri gh t , organist , assisted l 1 w Lindsa _y _‘ _1 ’ . Jac k somu , _v io _h im _u ist . Mar _ch ’m 8—The Limu co _hiu ‘ LTn iversity String Ouartet , assisted by Rohuert N . Joymiem _’ . i \ _[ _am _’ _chu _22—Tv _[ r _, _Thuonuas M . R ee _d , violinist , assisted luv _Ch arles A , Ballard , p _i am _u ist _. _auu d Clare m ic e C . _Joiues , temuor . April 5— ~ 1 _’hie Limuco _h m _i _Uuui ve r—sit _y _Com’mcem _’ t Orch estra , assiste _dl by Wilf red Llovdl , _pi am _u i st . May 2 ( Sat ur dha v at ...
UNIVERSIT Y MAKES RE -PAIRS DURIN G HOLIDAYS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 January 1936
UNIVERSIT Y MAKES REPAIRS DURIN G HOLIDAYS _Di mrim _ig - flue h olidays , _luu _miue m _’ous in _ipro v _cni cuts _au th _i’epaii’s _w’el’c muadle on the campus . The ioucmuost ol th ese were flu e paimutimug of flu e _instm _-t _i ctor s ’ , _Seniou _’ , _Jumuiom aiud _Sophunuore _diuuiuig h alls and t h e installa tion of new floors in _1—1 _ou _stouu _} _-Tphi amid _iii th e Lim ucohmi I— ra il lavatory . All steanu , lilies wem _’ e checked _auucl t h e line extemu di—imug from thue _chui ~ pel to Mu ’ . Dpi ’ - sey ’ s _huonu e was rep _laced by n ew one , Student labor _wit s _euui plnyed _omi these pr ojects ,
BUILDI NG CUSTODIANS HOLD MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 January 1936
BUILDI NG CUSTODIANS HOLD MEETING The _l _3 _t mi l _dh in g _’ Custod _h ia lus , headlcdl by Mrs . A . : Pa t _tei’soii met i’ece m ut _lv in flue _college _ofhi ce , to thiscuss p lans for th e _elusuimu g senues — tee . _}‘ ) u ri m u _g flue holida y , iecess all t hue _huu i l d _h i ng s ~ _ver e th oroughl y _dl enne d l amid th ose il-u _duai’ge urge _I he whole studemut hotl y to co—op erate as uuuc _hu as possible _iii _un aintai _uu im _um y th em in the prese _ti t conditi om u .
Sport _ Echois By Herman Bailey Root for the Lioius—D on ’ t razz th _eit’ o _1 _lponemuts _. basketb all [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 January 1936
Sport _ Echois By Herman Bailey Root for the Lioius—D on ’ t razz th _eit’ o _1 _lponemuts _. basketb all The Lion cagers have been prac tici tu g earnestl y in their new ’ _gyiuuiuaSltlni siiuce January 6 , , ti nder th e _d irection of Coach Rivero . There are several veterans on the squad , namel y , co—c a pta ilu s Bab y Face ’’ Free and ‘‘ 1—lendy ’’ _J-Ienderso iu , ‘‘ Dusty Balla rd , Dacl y Do ’’ Dura _uut _, ‘‘ Sat-ui ’’ Brisbane , Jose y _ Carey , _and Moe J ones . Des Verney ami _d Gar muem ’ are th e onl y _iui ainstays of last year lost tluroug h graduation . The most pro nuisi lu g of _th e new _caiudi- ’ chafes are Dutch 1-Iollancl _, former Overbrook _1-u gh School hum—imiary from _Philad _elph ia ; Ke n Brown of P lainf _u eld _, New ~ crs ~ y ~ ‘ _Bih _1 _ Ra musoiuu , and Bu _d 1—iaye , from York . The schedule for th e season is as follows J anuary 10 , _ Wi ssa _hu icko _li—AWa Y J anua _l’y 16 — Virg _imu ia Union _— Honu e J anuary 18 , _—Dover State—A way Fe...
FOOTBALL SQUAD QUIZZED BY COACHES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 January 1936
FOOTBALL SQUAD QUIZZED BY COACHES Affem’ flue _Thu _amu k sg ivi m ug clay _gauu ie wi thu H _owau ’d , coac _h es _R _1 _VCI’o a mud J omues _stmpp _hi ed each _muuenube i ’ of _th e football squ _ad wit h a list of _dlue stiom u s to be a _u — swercch imudividuah ly am id turned Ovem ’ fdi H . C . Moul tm ’ic , _uuuaui agc r of ( lie team _ii , Tim orchem ’ to he as—sur _ed _l of obtai ni mi g flue correct itt—titucles of the p layers , f lue coach es issue _d flue fol l owimu g imust u -tmctio _u is Pl ease _auus ~ _veu’ all qtmcstiomu s t _i _’t mt h fu ll y , not _iii flue li gh t of _ii ’ _hu at Vd ) m _, l _thu _iuuk _w’e woul _d like to h ave votm say . Nam _uues _uueec l miot he si g ne d . The questiom _i s were 1 . _i—Iowr many _g’amuue s _shuou ldl flue id eal football sch _ed ule con—tam ? _Ciu ’ chc th e _uitmn _uher 1— ~ _—3—4—5—6— _-7---39 _.. 10—11 . 2 . Do you _deu’ive gm-eater cmi- , j oynuemut fronu ganies or pu’act ice ? 3 . Do yoti prefer to play imu so—called ...
By H . D . Bynoe [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 January 1936
By H . D . Bynoe KALEIDOSCOPE This column wislues ’ _st mccess -to all stu d emuts for th is New Ye’tr V \ Te guess by _uuow all of us h ave gained a gra _mudl start _ouu our reso—Jutio _mus . We hope it nucatu s h ap—py _amid pleasa tu t days ahuea dh for all of us . Ne w coats of paint huel p to make the dim u _iuug luall a more pheasant place . _Thuet ’e seemns to be a rac _hiatuce of ch eer _au dI hucaithu—fulmuess wh ich sh _ould he caug _h t up by each student as he emiters the _dimuimu g _h all . One of the prob lenu s that al—ways comes to _Liuuco ln at th is time wluen snow _au dI rain reac h es Out Lanupu _s is that of sidewalks . Wh y _nuu st stude _uuts huave to _mu — _provis e walks to amucl fro acm’oss the _cam pus ? As one steps out of the chormuuito ’ries lie steps into a _mtitl _pudh _dlle - _‘ _, _vhuich _imuume _, diate l y covers _h is shoes with a mud bath . Amuo tluer New Year ’s grievanc e broug lut to oti i’ attemit _iomu by flue students is the qu estio _uu ...