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LINCOLN _‘) EBAT _I NG SQUAD OPPC _: SE URSINUS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 14 February 1936
LINCOLN _‘) EBAT _I NG SQUAD OPPC _: SE URSINUS Time Lim _icc _-l mi hJ _rm i m ’ersit y \ ‘ utm - si _l _) l ) e l _mu tti _nu g _Teutnu i _Ii _01 ( _1 it _clu mut i die—hmu _i te mm ’ith _Ii ~ sim _iuu s _Cu lheg e _0 _mm _Fm -i—dut y . _Feh mm _-cuum _v 7 . Omme c-mb ti -me dc—hates mvu _u s lucid at Lincol _n while t h ie omt lmer w’ _: t s h _ell uut L Fms _ituu s , The top ic _ch iscttsse d _mvu t s , Rescilved : tim u t u _Comigm ’ess shci um ic l _hu _l emmm _b mcmm ve rc _di _liv ut tm _m ’o _i —t _hii uch s mmuut—j oi ’ it ) ’ tu _omm _’ _~ _mm’ni c ie d ecisions of the Su _p r e mmmc C tint dechu _irimm _g utcts of ( ouuu gu ’ess _um nco y i stit u mtio _ni ut _h . ‘ _i’he teut _mu _ii’Oiii Li nmc ol n oic lc mi ci--o’cl tIme _affl u _uu ati _m ’c dun timeim - canum—- ~~~ and th c- L _l msi _nu ms tc ’utni ( he f enci—i’d the utb _i ’ _mr uumutti _m ’e cam tim e im’ _cu t _m n—im tu s , - _ ‘\ t tle hcmmm e cielmate B . _Tml _anm _’ omm ’ amid _‘ _1 _’ , keo _cl were t h ...
PILOT LANDS PLANE ON UNIVERSITY CAMPUS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 14 February 1936
PILOT LANDS PLANE ON UNIVERSITY CAMPUS _Tm-i u- , Be -u j ammu _iii _Lut _ham’ec ’ , _maui cii Pro fessor L a lmaree , _uuuu tde a Imerfect threc _Il _iu m-mt l utmm _ch in _g _iii h-mis cmi _mom son—c _, _m ~ om’e cl mum on aim _lan e out _1 _~ _ench _uuli r u- _~ _cl l ) e _ccunh eu ’ 2 ~ , ut fte m ’ circli _ng tI’ e _cu t om p _u ms _scm ’erui h tim _u ies . _Tvl u- . L _ah uam - e _c fle mm’ _hm c ’u e fm - o _mn Pau l i to _mp _euic l Chum - is tat as Du _i-y w’itii h is pa rem u ts _utmmd _ini emids . TIe is a _hic ’e _l m _- _) _t oh pi lo t uu _. mid is emn iml cu v _’oi as an em u _; ~ ’i _nmeeu ’ at h _1 _uudd ’ s _‘ E u—-g-iu icem -i _rig Co m _’hmo m ’utti u umi in Paoi i - : _Latem - it-u t h e clay , _Tmln _. Lar _u ti _m ec flew ’ hi s fu t timem - to _Put al i , uiiu _ii _diu i _g ’ tim e tu - i p _ii _, tb -mi u -t v— fl ye no inc ites ,
Y . M . C . A . TO SPONSOR STUDENT DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 14 February 1936
Y . M . C . A . TO SPONSOR STUDENT DANCE The _. Y . _\ _L C . A . is to g ive ui ciutnc e on I- _cl _mr tmuu _mm ’ 28 , 19 , 36 in th ie _gym _u iasi tim -mi . The en t i no’ s t uchem u t imoch _v is ii mvitecl t ( m atte _nd ti -me ut I—Ia in . Th e dun _) ’ stipu at _iorm is that o’acli stuchc _-n t _umm ui st hm a v c at least 01-me guest , _- B y req _u iring each stu dem i t tcu _hiring - his ow n _gcm est , we hope , _sakh _B- Marrow , acting’ P r esidem _it if time _‘ _c’ ’’ , to ehi _nu minate tim e usual line of stag’s t _im at is lmi’esent utt every campus _clauice
MASK AND GOW N SOCIETY TO PRESENT PLAYS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 14 February 1936
MASK AND GOW N SOCIETY TO PRESENT PLAYS ( Cc _mn ti imt m cch from _image 1 ) _iii mm ’ l mich _u tI m e _cha _ru tc i ens mm - cam _ui uomdem _’ui ca st _u mmimes , _. _1 t is ut _sut t _~ . ciom u ic _c _’omn echy ut imc i _~ ‘ _eu _’ _~ - ( li ’ ut _miu ut _’ tic . Th e _ch i _am -u u ct _c ’m - s _umm _’ e _Pa— _’ _vVum . G _‘ i ggs Seth P _ahl a m’d — i -- l - F . B u _ cm mm ’m m h . omm [‘ oh iutm ’ _ci—Ei lie mt Rai _n mm scumm
SUMES ACTIVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 14 February 1936
SUMES ACTIVITIES PHILOSOPHIC AL CLUB RE ‘ I’h e Phihosop _hi ical Chub _will _nm eet on Friday evening , Feb mu—amy 14 , 1936 at ei ght o ’ dock at the residence of Dean Gemmrg c J o _lmu m so _n _. Mm- _, W . T . V . Fo u mtaine will be tim e _pnu m _cul ) al speakem- .
Senior Class Leads In Scholarship Honors [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
Senior Class Leads In Scholarship Honors The honor roll which was recentl y releas ed by the _oft ~ cc shows that the senior class is leadlmg in scholarshi p . There are approximately forty members in the class and ei ghteen of them are on the honor roll . Six li en made first group and fourteen have an average of seco nd . On the other handi the _s _. _h _i olar—shi p of th e freshm an class is excel ) t _ion _all y low , There _al e onl y ten men on the honor _rol’ and onl y two of them madl e fir st group , The fre shman class has an officia l enrolment of about ei ghty students . The ju nior class has eight ~~ fl h onor men officially recorded ! and tw o of them madl e first gr oup . The sophomore cass has ten h onor men . Two of this 11 _u _111 _l ) ~ r made first group . The honor roll is as follows SENIOR CLASS First Gro up David i _Ekun day o Johnson Wyatt Bernard _! Johnson , J John _Ru ssell _Lamkin Davidi Davenport Moses \ Villiam Charle s Robersoii Oswald ! Nath aniel Wa...
ProfeSsor Opposes Bus Segregation [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
ProfeSsor Opposes Bus Segregation En route to Lincoln Universit y from Philad el phia recentl y , Professor J . N . Hill was the subject of an attempt at segregation on the part of one of the operator s of the Grey hound Bus Company Desirous of _rettirn _~ ng to the campus on a late _bu s , Professo r Hill purchased a ticket on the Grey hound Bus Line _and on entering the bus selected a seat in the front , The _d river Upon seeing his action , told Professor Hill that he’ could not sit in the seat , _and , after being _asked _wh y , stated that the seat was reserve _d for a man who was a throug h passenger . Professor Hill relin quished the seat , but _only after notili g the license of the bus and _th e _nanit _. of the d river ali d stating to the driver that he was leaving _und er protest . A few minutes later the same seat was taken l ) y a woman who _had several suitcases , which ind icated that she was not ~ through passenger , Upon returning to the campus Professor Hill sent ...
Dr . Alain Locke Presents Cultura l Lectures [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
Dr . Alain Locke Presents Cultura l Lectures Dr . Alain Locke , Professor ol Philosop h y at Howard ! University , recentl y gave a series of lectures here , Profes sor Locke ’ s dhscourses were presented ‘ _through _th e concerted efforts of the Y . M . C . A ., Professor J . N . Hill , and Professor W . T . V . Fontaine . F . . B . Marrow , Acting President of the Y . _lvi _. C . A ., explained that Dr . Locke ’ s add resses w er e t _h e first in a series of artistic a _ii dl intellectual _cli s s ert ati otis which . the History and English dlep _artments and the V . M . C . A . are planning . Mr . Ivan E . Tay lor introd ! ucedl the speaker , Dr . Locke , whom lie _called an editor , an author , and ! a scholar . Professor Locke was educated at Central _I-u gh School in Philadel phia , the Philadel phia School of Pedagogy , Harvard Universi t , the University of ’ P enns yl—van ia , and Oxfordl Universit y , where lie was the _Pennsy _lvan ia Rhodes scholar , from 1707-1910 . A...
THOMAS M . _- REED PRESENTS VIOLIN REC I _TAl [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
THOMAS M . _- REED PRESENTS VIOLIN REC I _TAl _Mr . Thomas M . _Reed , a mem ~ ber of the Musical Organ _izati _on of Lincoln University , was prosented by the Musical Organizaion in a recital on Sund ay _. February 23 , in the Mary 1 ) odd Brown Memorial Chapel . ’ He was accompanied by Mr . Wi llia _m Le mard King _and assisted by his sister , Miss Cora E . Reed , pianist . The concert was the second in a series to be presente _d _d uring the season . The next recital w ill be hel _d on Sunday , March 8 , and _\\ _Tjll feature the Lincoln University String Quartet . ‘ The accompanist , Mr . Leonard King , is the former accompanist ) f Maria n _And erson _and _h as made three trip s to Europe with her . The program was as follows Group _I _. _— A . Scene _dc Ballet by Charles cle Beriot . B . Oriental e from Kaleicl oscope by Caesar Gui . C _L’Abeille ( The Bee ) by _Schubert . Group _11 _, — A . Can zon etta—by D’Ani-bro Sb . B . Trauin erei—b y Schun ~ _anii C . Danse Tzi gane—b ...
HOWARD SUBDUES LINCOLN QUNITET 40-36 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
HOWARD SUBDUES LINCOLN QUNITET 40-36 _Jones , L . _F . _.., 1 ‘ 0 0 Gould , L . F 0 0 _0 Waynn e , R . F . 3 . 5 _ii Brown , R . F 1 0 2 Honesty , C 4 1 9 Spaicling , C . 0 0 0 William s , R . G . 5 0 JO Hampton , L . G 3 0 C Totals 17 6 40 Referee—We stm orelanci . Umpire—Van Pelt . Timers—Hall and Wheeler . _Scorers— Fischer and Wheeler . The Line-Up LINCOLN 0 F _, G . Fis . Pts _, Pree , R _, F 5 1 _ii Henderson , L F 2 2 6 Durant , C 3 0 _6 Brisbane , R . G 2 0 4 Ballard , L . G 1 2 _4 Etci !! _ancl , L . ~~~~ 2 1 3 Beckwith _, . R . G 0 0 _0 Totals 15 6 36 HOWARD F . G . Fis . Pt . The _1-loward Bison s defeated th e Lin coln Li ons _~ IO to 36 on tir e Armory Court in Orange , N . _, J _., on _Saiurc _lay ; February 2 , 1936 . Lincoln had the best of . _ith e argum ent _d urin g the first ch _apter , ~ eacling their opponents 13 to 9 at the half . However , _iloward came back strong to scor e 31 points to 23 , assem _bled _by the _Lions—ni akmg the final sco ~ t _’ e 40 to 36 ...
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~ - 51-20 LINCOLN QUINTET SWAMPS DOVER STATE- 51 2 A The Lion cagers _subdued the erstwhile _und efeat _ed Dover Stat ~ _CDll cg ian s by a 51-20 scor e on th ~ former ’ s court February 12 _, 1936 The Pennsy lvanians were the _fii ~ st to score , Brisbane takin g a b ~ d 1 et pass from Pree _and con v ~ rtin g for two points _,. Dover managed to knot _th e count at two—all befor e th e Lions put th eir scoring 1 ) ~ lnc 11 into execution s but from this p oint they were never able to cope _with t _h e powerf _u l dffen se of _the Lincoln five . The score at inter mi _ssion time rea d _Lincoln 30 , Dover State 7 . Of these 30 poiifts _am _assed by _tlie Lions , Pree _led with 9 , _1-lend eron followed with 8 , Br isbane w t ! i _! _cu’d ~ _it ~ 1 _i _. 4 _’ _, an d 1 ) _i _. _trant _w _~ k ~ 2 . Li _ncolii cont _inucci _Ii er on—slaug _li d urin g the _second chap -. ter . After t ~ ke varsity _had cxtende _d , their _ad vantage to 4 _O—12 ~ Coach River o inserted his alternal ~ es ...
NEW CHAPEL SCHE DULE RELEASED [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
NEW CHAPEL SCHE DULE RELEASED At a recent interview Profes sot P _. S . Miller , chairman of the Chapel Committee , release _d the fol lowing program for th e latter _p art of Febru ary _aIx ! for thc month of March University Preachers Sunday , Febru ar y 23—1 ) r . Muler ; Tuesday 25 , _Stud ent Asseni bl y ; Wednesda y , Thursday atici _Frid ay , 26 , 27 , _and 28 , Dean Wi _! son ( for three days ) ‘ The Urge of a Creative Ideal . Tuesday 2 , Stud ent _ASSCm _1 ) _l y Wednesday 4 , Professor _i - _Jill ; Thursday 5 , Mi ~ . : Kti _ehiier ; : E ~~ j th ~ 6 , Theolog ical Seminary . Sunda y , March _8—Rev _. j . A . ~ Steven son , D . D . ; Tuesday 10 , _Stud ent Assembl y ; Wednesday 11 , Professor _James ; _Friday 13 , Professor Hodge . Sunday , March 15— Lab arec ; Tuesd ay 17 , _Stud ent Assembl y _Wed nesday , _Th _ursd ay and Friday , 18 , 19 and 20 , Dean _John _son _, Achieving the Experience of God . Sunda y , March 22—D r . Ri 4 g - _Icy ; Tuesday 24 , Student Assem- ~ )...
Testimonial Banquet Given By Alumnus [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
Testimonial Banquet Given By Alumnus A testimon ial ban quet . was held recentl y for . Mr . Leon _I _. Roye ~ an alumnus of Lincoln Un iversi ty , who is the principal of Havre de Grace _I-u gh School in _I-Iavre de Grace , Mary land . _The banquet was given in recognition of the work that Mr . Roye has accomp lished at Havre de Grace . Mr . Roye began the school , the onl y _hi gh school for Negroes iu Har forci County , with onl y 12 pu—pu s . At the present t ime the enrollment is ~ 83 . Dtiring the d evelop ment of the school Mr . Roye adcl _• _ed four rooms _. to the ori ginal _buildi ng . . He has _encouraged stu dents thr oug hout the county to attend his school until now he Continued on page 4 )
Totals . 23 5 _31 DOVER STATE : Bunting , R . F . . 0 0 0 Wood y , R _, F , 1 0 2 Gettys , L _, F 0 0 0 _Givens , _U F . . 3 3 9 Wa ters , C 0 1 _1 Powell , C 0 0 0 Sperl ing , R . G _., 1 0 2 Roberts , R _. G . 0 0 0 Link , L . G 0 0 0 Wynd er , L . G . . 3 0 6 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
Totals . 23 5 _31 DOVER STATE : Bunting , R . F . . 0 0 0 Wood y , R _, F , 1 0 2 Gettys , L _, F 0 0 0 _Givens , _U F . . 3 3 9 Wa ters , C 0 1 _1 Powell , C 0 0 0 Sperl ing , R . G _., 1 0 2 Roberts , R _. G . 0 0 0 Link , L . G 0 0 0 Wynd er , L . G . . 3 0 6 Totals . 8 4 20 Referee—Reed , Neve ll . Timers — Davis , 1 ) over Rivero , Lincoln . Scorers — Robin son , Dover ; _and Wheeler , Lincoln .
The Line-Up LINCOLN F _. G . Fis . Pts [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
The Line-Up LINCOLN F _. G . Fis . Pts Pr ~ e _, R . F . 4 2 10 Jo _~ ies , R . _F 1 0 2 Henderson , L . _F 6 2 14 Carey , L 0 0 0 , D ur ant , C 4 0 8 C . Brown , C 2 0 4 Ballard , R . G . 2 0 • ~~ _Beckwitli _, R . G . 0 0 0 _Br isban e , L . G . 3 1 7 K . Brown , L . G 1 0 2 W 1 ker , L . G . 0 0 0
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
One Victory _Follows Another Front rowr _ Left to ri ght , I-Tol ] and , Brisbane , Co— captain s Pree and Henderson , Bal lar _d _and Beck with _, Back row—Coach Rivero , Ca rey , C . _l 3 r own , K . Brown , 1 ) uran _1 , Walker , _Jones _and Manager Wh eeler . 0
A MODEL SCHOLAR [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
A MODEL SCHOLAR It ~ we are to _b _ecome mod el scholars , we must search p at ien t—ly _and diIi g ~ iit 1 y for knowledge , c 1 e ~ 1 with facts , _and face _reafl ties . Long hours must be Spent in concentration which _wi ll , no _d ou bt , cleprbv e us of certain coni ( Continue _d on page 4 )
_I ~ _AEciooscbPE _• _I _I _I _I ~ _I _I _I H _I _II By H . D . Bynóe [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
_I ~ _AEciooscbPE _• _I _I _I _I ~ _I _I _I H _I _II By H . D . Bynóe If on _’y your scrib e was a sports writer , he _would _be able to give _accurate results and _d etails of th e _in t r a— _mural s which came _ofi _011 Tuesday , J . ic bruary 18 , 1936 . The two C . _1 . A . A . champions were the r eferees — __ Sam Champ ’ Alexa iicler , wrestlin g referee , and Ja _mes Bishop Ky les , boxing refer ee . Mer chant seems to be _good C . 1 . A . A . material . He put away Btirgcss in _good st y le . We gu es ~ tho ugh that Burgess _had _every thi _n g Ofl his _side since _he had a former Linco ln boxer as his secoiid . _It was rumor ed th at ~ Jace _’ Parker shou ld stick to foot ball and leave the manag ing to _Sliiu _’ ~ Jac _k _son _, Tru ck in ’ _Sum _ner seeme ( l _to weave and _fad e into hi s K . 0 . of Storer Morris , who never saw what hit him in _th e _second . _I— Ia _ile Selassie Norr i s _and Taliaferro _caine off with a draw— - if you ever saw two wolves a ~ each oth...
Here and There A . B . HILL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
Here and There A . B . HILL Editors Note ( The Lincoln iaii welcomes to its staff Abram _Fiil _who , until the stream of his hu—mur , chit—chat _and shafts _and darts runs city , will be your colurn n is t . ) Thc _In t erna t ion al Liars Contest met at Chicago last fall . _I-Ic has seen the time that it has been so cold , _said the winner , that he wo _uld place a piece of cheese at the base of his thermometer and Place it on the floor _and _d uring the ni g ht th e mercur y _would f reeze _and _entral ) a mOu Se , _Th e _second winner _said he used to g ~ h _sli ing _and take onl y a box of snuff . Then standing on the banks o f the river lie wou _ld toss bits of it into the water . The fish would eat it , sn eeze _and _1 _) _10 _W their brains out . Well _I am on my Way _iMi t whither 1 am 1 ) _oundl or wh y _I ( _lOfl ’ t _knowr . Al Sm ith ’ s Liberty League session at Washington made the Chain Gang Governor ’ s je ff er _.. son ian Rall y at Macon , Ga ., look mediocre when t...