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CAMPUS PERSONALITIES [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
CAMPUS PERSONALITIES Of course you have _heard of Laurence Howard ~ . Wim o doesn ’t know th is popular fellow ? Lau : ’ence does not strive to be popular _; I-Its easy-goi ng mnnnem’s gain fo : ’ h im a h ost of fi’ie nds : La : ’ry is active in Extm’a-Cum’ricuia activities as well as being a good student . He is editor of the Lincoln News ( and a darn good one ) ; president of Pim i Lambda Sigma honom ’ socie ty ; ex-m’ecording , sec retam’y of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity , a student i _:: _structoi’ of Latin , a membem’ of tim e Glee Club , and , incidently its publicity member , a wm’iter of mio mean ability , etc . Larm ’ y will be lost to us in June _,. _thi’ougum graduation , ami d it ’ s with : ‘ egm’et that most _of’ us _wihi see h im go . ‘ * * * * * One heam’s him long before lie is seen , but his must be interesting by the audience that lie dm’aws . You ’ re _Righ t ! ‘ It is Lewis Baske : ’villo , the arch _i’abbher , Ahthoughm Lew m’abbhes a great deal , lie neve : ’ do...
RITES FOR PASTOR HELD IN SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
RITES FOR PASTOR HELD IN SOUTH Rev , _\ _V _: t . tsoii Was Graduate of Lincoln and Held _‘ Hi _g’lm Post Col umbia , S . C —Tim e _f _! ummerah services of time Rev . P . P . _Watsoum , minister ami d civic leader , were held at Fii’st Cavalry Baptist Ch urch at 10 o ’ clock _Fm’idlay mo _: ’ning . Humm d _: ’eds passed his biem’ to : ’ one lion : ’ befoi’e tim e services began . This Rev . S . S . _Youngb looU _ . pas toi’ of Fim’st Calvam’y _Cimum’cim , offi ciated , assisted by several lea dem’s in educational , civic and _m’ehigious circles . Tim e processional , w ith many state educational , m _’ehigious and pm’ofessional leadem’s , began pm’o mptly at 10 _o’cioci _, _d , led by _Yoummgblood . Di ’ . Watson died ? in _Phmihadehph iia Monday at _( li e home of his daughter , _whmem ’ e his h ad gone with h is wife to : _‘ _ecmmpe _: ’ate f : ’om a : ‘ eceat illness . His body a : ’m’i vod in Cohunm bi a _Wodumesda y mom ’ mm— lu g . I-Is is _simm’vived by h is _wid ow amid ? f...
Are We Being Educated ? [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
Are We Being Educated ? At present the nation h as gone college crazy . Every and anybody is coining to college . White and black are overcrowding the campuses throu ghout the country . To those of u s , hers at Lincoln , who are in the senior class , there come the mighty questions , Am’e We Educated ? and if so , Wlma t Good Will the A . B . Degree Do Us ? Mucim may be said regarding the first question . In this fim’st place we are fo : ’ced to take many subjects we don ’t like and mmever will use . By cramming at the last mniunute we pass th ese subjects and fo : ’get them immediiatehy . Unless _mve go into medicine or specialize in them we will scarcely ever need Ph ysics , Biology , Che mistry , Tm’igonometm ’y and higher fom’ms of Math . In the modern language fiold , studying as we do , th : ’ee hours pem’ week , we , in two or three yea : ’s’ work , don ’t get over a couple weeks of actual French om’ Spanish . As a result , most of us lucky enough to go to Pam’is em’ Madrid ...
EDITO RIALS War Clouds and Patriotism [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
EDITO RIALS War Clouds and Patriotism The Manchurian ’ affair between Japan and China Is steadily assuming grenter and graver importance . Already , the way seems to point toward a serious _internatona l or _eveum wo : ’ldwide conflict . The United States , ‘ as usu al w ill poke her nose into the matter . Meanwhile , here in America , the ha nd of the f ree and the home of the brave they have been lynching Negroes to the extent _th at it seems to be ~ he national sport . Also ,, it you am’s so unfortunate as to have a black face , the Nordics still kick you out if you are hungry and want _. to go to a decent eating place ; or It you want amusement and want to sit where your money entitles you to sit ; om’ if perchance you want to worship God—Wim o incid ~ _ntaly seems to be a white God—and have the nerve , to go in most of tim e ch urches of the hand to pay h ornage to the Supreme Being . Tim e war clouds are gath ering and , yes , the U . S ., meddlesome as usual , will be in tim ...
Compulsory Chapel [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
Compulsory Chapel Just about enough _Limmco _hmmites attend chapel exem’cises to stop the spidem ’s from making cobwebs eve : ’ tim e seats . We _au’e safe in saying th at not twenty per cent , of the faculty attends chapel . Somet _hmimm g is wu’ong . The fact is none of tim e students seenm any too enth usiastic about atte xm _diumg . Maybe it’s beca u se the services are dry , Pe : ’haj s we don ’t see or : ‘ ealize any concrete oi’ _pu _’actical good obtained by going to chapel . Mos t of tim e Sunday sem’mons am’s dry and lack vigor , inspiration , and common sense . We believe timat P : ’esident Johnson , i n fairness to time students hem’s , ought to allow them to take a vote on the continuance of , pam’tial abo _hit iomm of , om’ voiuntam ’ y _attendaumce at time prese _umt compuhAory chapel _servicee . Perhaps the guiding powem’s at Orange and
BOOK REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
BOOK REVIEW BROWN AME RI CA —Edwin R . Embree . Reviewed by Colden Bm’own . So much of the current discussion about Neg roes is a : ‘ efiection of the hopes , fea r , and dog mas of special groups that it is interesting to come upon a treatise that abjum’es’ all the sentimental and philosophical preconceptions amid confimmes itself to objective observations . Such a treatment is BROWN AMERICA by Edwin ’ R . Embree of time Rosenwahd ‘ Foundation . He states in his introduction that a new race Is growing up in _AmeriCa—one whose skin is brown , and whose ultimate fate in the hits of the nation will rank as omm e of the greatest social adjustments ever undertaken , Then follows a brief sketch of the introduction of slaves , of the shave trade , the beginning of amalgamation between the races , and time abolitionist movement , in whmlch Embree’s grandfathei ’ , one Joh n G . Lee , of Kentucky , played a not ummimportant part . Continuing , lie shows h ow the variou s nmissio n schools c...
FRESHMAN NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
FRESHMAN NEWS Now that the fight of mid-year examinations is pas t the Freshman class has settled down to the same old routine , cu tting classes and waiting to see the grass grow green . The class seems to h ave weathered time exams fairly w ell , as only &amp; few wem’e ‘ lost , Tho athletic members of the class are now sp ending their time playing eith er varsity em ’ intem ’ _-mum ’al basketball , The class members on the varsity squad are Bridgeport Clark and Glads tone Allen and they certainly do play a good game of basketball . The fm ’esimman basketball team in the first th ree games they played , host , But Captain Tickle _hmead Coleman , _wh o is also the class pm ’esident , has at last got togather a combimmation that beat tim e fast stepping semmiors , in a game in wh ich Earl Smith was the stam ’ of the game , Tim e players are Fm’y , Earl Smith , Joh n Day , Ja mes Day , Tickhehead Cole m amm , Joe _Wl ngfiehd and Harm’ison . Several _otimem’ class members wim ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
Blue want to keep up the name of A Christian Institution , but we doubt whether the fellows who go to chapel each mom’n ing enjoy the Cchm ’ ist ’ ian atmosphere from the very fact that the thing is compuhsory . _-. _— . L . D . H .
W _~~ E AND 0 TH ER WISE SLEEPING IN CHAPEL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
W _~~ E AND 0 TH ER WISE SLEEPING IN CHAPEL CLUB It is our sacred duty , once mom’s , to elect to tho SLEEPING IN CHAPEL CLUB the following sleepy-Imeads : , Freshman Baskem’v ihhe Freshman F : ’ye Freshma im Collins Fm’eshman Gumbs ( renominated ) Fresimman John stomm ( on choir platfoi ’ m before _eveu ’ybody ) . Fresh man 0 . N . Davis ( renominated—also up on choim’ platform ) Sopho more Uppem ’man Jummio : ’ Price Juniom’ Rev . Word _Ju nior Spari ’ow Semmiom’ Bill Glover ( _chioii’ phatfom ’m before everybody ) _Timeohogi an Collins * * * * * We w ould like to k : mow whe _th e r A-Henm-Hum Gm’im has received any money endom ’sing ciga rettes . We caught him puffing on one at the recemmt Lincoln-Hampton basketball game , and even though he t : ’ied to look nonchalant , we could see the nicotine beating the Prof ’ s head in . * * * * . * We would like to see a ton of brich _d s fall on the h ead of those guys who go am’ound rabblin g and yelling Get off your stuff , because whe...
VOICE OF THE STU DE NTS A CASE AGAINST THE ALUMNI [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
VOICE OF THE STU DE NTS A CASE AGAINST THE ALUMNI We do not _h ave a record of time _amouum t of wealth _accumu lated by tim e Alum : mmmm i of Linco _hum University , but we feel _th at tlmey h ave ‘‘ let us down . App : ’eciation fom’ Ahnm a Mater ca : m best be expressed by _flumancial aid . Our Alumni mire passing up a _sphendlldl oppo _i _’tuumity fom’ the Negro to gain proper _u’ecogumitioim by an apparent dieintem ’estedmme ss 1 mm the _advancenu ent of one of its greatest _iumstitut ions of _hmi ghem ’ _cumltum _i’e . _Umuless oum’ g : ’ads loosen up their pocketbooks , imms _toa d of th eir tongues omm cem’taimm au : spicioum s occasions , tim e glom’y of Linco _hmm may remain in the post _fou ’ - ever . Tim e applause given a _m an at a football rabble meetiim g wh en he proceeds to sh oot , is hiecoming _mm’s oi’ less polite . Amm appeal today _mmmu st he to students ’ intellect , imot to th eir emotiomms . We belie ve that a _wiumumiu m g football toanm is the best adver...
JUST ANOTHER CRITICISM [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
JUST ANOTHER CRITICISM _Thmem ’ o is omie _thiumg _th at has occurm’ed to me sevcmii i tiumme s _iii my observations sluice beimm g at _Limuco in . It is time almost b : _’eath-taklng maimmmci’ _1 _mm wh ich we _dangem’oushy _flum’t with tim e di—vi : me . It seems th at we coin s heu’e and forget oum’ _fou ’mem’ tm’aimm _iumg aum d respect fou’ all things pertaining to m _’ehi gion . We act by compulsion ami d not f : ’onu time _hmoa : ’t . We _wom’shmip not for time salts of wom’ship but for its mate : ’ial valve as _mumea _suu’ed _iii _tem’mmis of impm’essions on ce : ’taimm of _ouui ’ _sumpeu’iom’s , _rrhmls fact , I thin _lc , is path etic anti _shm _ouuhcl be _d isposed of even at tim e sac : ’ifice of all our _m’ehigiouu s efforts . As it is we a : ’e made a group of _hmypocm ’ites 1 mm time sighm t of tim e _Supm’emmi e Judge It were bettem’ to be out amid out apa—thmi st . Of cou rse I am : ‘ athe : ’ reluctant about advocati : m g su ch extreme _measmu : ’es as suggested a...
Three Lincoi ’ nites Win Science Keys [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
Three Lincoi ’ nites Win Science Keys _Uuu’hiig _moi _’iiing chapel sem’vices of _Fu ’idGy , Febm ’uam ’y 5 , _1932 Mm _’ _,, , _Jeffem’soim Davis , acting _imeum d of time _Ph ysIcs _Depam’tmeumt at Lim icolim , _pi _’csentocl coveted Beta Kappa Clii keys , to _F _: ’aimlc B : _’owum , Stanley _Reclmomm d , ami d , _Johmn _Whm its . ’ ‘ ‘ _Electio : m to th is _hm _ouioi’au’y _scieumti fl c fm ’aternity is time m’ewam ’ d foi’ commsiste : m t _excehlemice _iii scie im—title stu dies pui ’suuecl at Limmco _hi m _Uumivem ’ sity . Two _oth _mem’ stu mdom _mts , Messm’s . _Hohh is aimd Fel—Lou , _um mo eligible to jo _iim time same _sciem _: tlflc fm’at ‘ _whiemmeve : ’ _th ey see fit to do so .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
WITH THE N . S . F . A . ( N . S . F . A . ) To create an entirely new type of teache : ’ for oum’ civilization , to make , In short , the pedagogue _mou’e of a person , seems to be the major aim of the new undergraduate teacher tra _inhmm g _Instituti on recently announced for next year by Teachem ’ s’ College of Columbia University . The purpose of this plan is to train promIsing young college students to become superteachers in time face of the present oversupply of mediocre _teachem’s , Timoso who qualify , fulfill tIm e high requiremoumts of this new institution , will be given an _exti’aou’dimmary tm ’ain _ium g in life oxpe : ’ _Ience as weih as in the classroom , ‘ rim e cimosen students will spend pam’t of _thud : ’ time in the shop , the factom’y , will go to tim e opeu ’ a , to an ou tdoor camp , w ill be pm’ovided witim pam ’ties , daily contact with _phmlh _oiu ophm _ei’s , Th ey will also study for a year ab road and do social work in _the homes of tim e poor . Cm’edi ...
THIS THING CALLED LOVE [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
THIS THING CALLED LOVE Wh at is this thing They ’ re Speaking of ? It answers to Time name of LOVE . - I’ve search ed and searched But all in vain For someone who Knew that name . They all seem vague Whe n I speak of , And ask them just _Wim at is this LOVE ? Some day I’ll know What it ’ s abo _uit , fly ha ving loved Amid _fouund it oumt , H . A . FARRELL , o— — -,-----,- Time Lincoln University Musical Chub will be _-. gin its annual tour on Mareb _, 7 . It will be on tim e road for about sixteen days , during whmic _hm time it will visit tim e following places : Philadelphia , New R ocheih e , New Haven , East Orange , Jersey City , Montclair , New York City , Wh ite Plains , Jamaica , Waterbury , New Bedford , Boston , Albany and Bridgeport . Incidentaly , the chub has been invIted to _urop _..
A LADY’S LOGIC [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
A LADY’S LOGIC It was all _veu’y plain to Dora . TIme timin g lme h ad _hmlmi ted at , time thing lie had _uvanted to tell h e r th is eveiming . Thi s : ‘ eason why lie wish _ed to call _instead of h aving _iu _~ _-m’ meet h _um imi town , But _th en there was ’ no th ing _summ ’ p : ’ising _aboui t it . I t was te be expected , Time timing h a _d been golag on for some time imow . Timeati ’es , gifts , pm’izo figh ts , dammces , u’ides _imu Jim ’ s car , Dora frowned , _thmou ghtf _umily , Of course shie d h ave to say mmo . _Amiyt _hming else would be m’ithcuuh ous , all timings considered . Still one _couuhd look oume ’ s best , e _veim saying lie , Tim e flower ’ cl chiffo n . He ’d never _cccii th at , Jumst bougimt it day bofo m’e yesteu ’day , r 1 _~ _hme _mmcmv sun _taum stockin ~ s . Thi s elite little kid slices . _Lu cky lieu’ peu’maneim t wave was just two days old , _aimd _fi’eslm as _coumld be . _Wimat _Dm a saw in this _mui’i’om’ was _wh olly m’eas suu _’iimg . Oval ...
SENIOR SNEERS AND SINCERITIES [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
SENIOR SNEERS AND SINCERITIES I take a great deal of pleasumre in opening this celummm witim ceng : ’atulations to Stanhey Rednmon ’ d , _Fraimkie Brown , and Jack _Wh ite , who are now time _emuvied possessors of Beta Kappa Chi key s and me _’ ~ ’ _bem’s of ouu r progressive and honom ’ary scientific society . No doumbt , they will be members of gm’eater om’ganizations wh en ’ they take timeim’ places in tim e world of vital and p : ’actical science , cem’tain iy th ey will never fo : ’get the mental struggle th rough wh ich thuey _Imave passed in order to ea : ’ n _th is collegiate distinction , In and out again , was tim e reply of Tam’zan _Lou Mosehey to tIme qumestion , Am’s you in love ? But hark ye : ‘ eadei’s ! Them’e is mom’e to this _thm _atm eum’ ‘‘ Maicheim ’ s Madness ’’ is _wihh iimg to admit , fe u’ Lout , _mv _huoso beast has bee : m a tu’ail of bm’ekeim _hueam’ts fm ’ _emuu Yarnmout _hu , Nova Sco tia , to _Suunhiy Sou th _Cau ’oi _imma ; net _emm’mltt immg Oxfou ’ ...
THE CHOICE of a DEpo ’srTORY For Checking Accounts Should Be Given Carefui Consideration _Personii _l interest and effort mean real assistance to oui ’ patrons , new or old . [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 March 1932
THE CHOICE of a DEpo ’srTORY For Checking Accounts Should Be Given Carefui Consideration _Personii _l interest and effort mean real assistance to oui ’ patrons , new or old . ‘ NATIONAL BANK TRUST COMPANY of ’ West Grove , Pa , AND An enterprising young sch ool teachem’ told her class that sim e would give a five-dollar prize to that membeu’ of _h er class who ‘ could _umame the greatest man who ever lived . A hittle Italian boy answered , Mussolini . A little German student prouud ly said , Hindenberg . Fi nally a little Jew boy , to every one ’ s surprise , answered , _Jesus Christ . Right ! exclainmed the teacher ; and she gave _hu inm the five _buelts . Wimen she hind , preseated him with time prize , sims said , Isaac , I want to see you after school . When _sch ool let out , sims said , Now Isaac , why did you , a Jew , answer ‘ Jesus Christ’ ? Oh ! u’ejo ined tim e Jewisim youngster , _ _I knew all the time that Moses was the gu’eatest man , but youu know , business is busine...