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B sketba _! _I [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
B sketba _! _I Inter—class bas kct _l . ) _all gut ui ’ . dei way on Wen ~ _scIay _, _Februa r _y 19 , 1936 , in the _gymn a _sium . At _p ~~ s—ent , with fou r gan ics _liav iii g b een played , the f ~~ shrn en a ~~ l _sop ho—more fives are un d ef e at _ed . These two are _sclieiltilcd to meet during the week of the 24 th . The results are as follows Fe : bruary 19 , 1936— F _’ r cs h mcn 34 ; Phantoms 21 . _PHANTOM S PG . _Fis . _Pi ~ ; _, Maddox , R . _I _? . .. 1 0 2 Newsorn e , L , F . _.. 1 0 2 Philli ps , C 3 2 _8 Norris , L . G 2 0 4 Norwood , R . G . .. 2 1 5 Totals 9 3 21 FRESHMEN F _. G . _F’ls _, Pt _s _. Ransome , R _. F . 5 0 10 Haye , L . F 1 0 2 Du ers _, C 0 0 0 Lanier , C 3 0 6 j . Alexander , R . G . 4 0 ~ H . Thomas , L . G . . 4 0 8 Totals 17 0 34 Sopho more 24 ; Juniors 21 SOPHS . . F , G _, Fls _, it ~ . Boggs , R . F . 1 1 3 Britti ng _liam , L _. F 3 2 _i ~ Burgess , R 1 1 W . Tay lor , C 0 0 0 Walker , R _. G 1 1 3 Baltimore , L . G 3 1 7 Totals 9 6 2 ~ f...
LINCOLN DOWNS NORT H CAROLINA . FI VE 47-25 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
LINCOLN DOWNS NORT H CAROLINA . FI VE 47-25 Lin coln ’ s b ask eteers gained a 47 to 25 vcrc _lict over the Nor _th Carolina Agg ies ) Fr iday , Febru _. at ’ y 21 , at Lin coin University . The outstandin g feature of the game was the smooth floor wo _, k of both team s , McClai n , North Caro lina ‘ forward , thri lle _d _tile spectators with his flash y play , exhibiting t _h e form which earn — ed him a position on _th e All—Oh io Scholastic Five several ye ar s _ago . The first stanza was excecclin _~ tly ni p and tuci .:, neither team hold ing any commandin g lead , al—tl _ioti g _li Lincoln _lcd 19 to 13 at t he rest perio _d . A . _and _1 ’ . was onl y able to tall y 12 marker s clur ~ ng th e last half , co m pletel y losing the form which they _ha d displayed earl y in the game . On the oth er han _d , Lincoln foun _d hc r sc lf during the f _ii _~ — al hal f and score 4 28 points , althoug h the second team was sub — stit uteci . The Li ne-Up LINCOLN PG . FIs . Pts . P re...
Lincoln Beats Miner Normal Five [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
Lincoln Beats Miner Normal Five _Lincoln University ’ s b askct _ba _ll team _defeate d th e Mine ’ : No _rm al Av e on th e _form er ’ s _court Thursday , February 20 , 1936 . The visitor s were the fir st Lc sco r e , McN ~ i 1 scorin g from ou ~ side the foul line i ) ur ant _slap- - ped in a foll _ow— u p attempt to it ~ itiate th e Lion ’ s scorin g . For the first ten nu nu ~ es o f play , the advantage shifte d from one side to the other u n til th e score _read 11 up . H _crc Lincoln brace _d and _scored nine con _sect _itive points to _lead 20-11 . The score at the half was Lin coln 23 , Miner 15 . In outsco ri n g Min er 24 to 2 1 during the second h alf , _i-fender son , _1—Tollanci _and 13 ri sban e sl ; ~ ocl out . The Liee-Up _LiN COLN F . G . _Fis . Pts . Pree 1 1 3 B eckw ith 1 0 2 _Hen derson 6 4 1 ( 3 Joties 0 0 0 _Dur ant 1 i _3 I-lol _lancl 4 1 9 Ba llar _d 4 1 9 K . Brown 0 0 0 Bris b ane 2 1 5 Totals 19 S 4 ? MINER F . G . _iJis . I ~ ts _, Mack 1 0 2 Cook 2 2 ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
. 13 10 3 . Ref crce— _-Reecl . Timers- — _El _Ii s—Wh ee ler , Scor ers— _I _3 _ro ~ _rn— _\ _Vhcc _1 _er _, Organizations Plan Weekend Activit y l ) ivcrsion will be fur n ished by t _h e I \ ’ [ ask _and Gow ’ n Society and th c Y . M . C . A . during th e weekend of _F _ebruary 28 ~ 29 . The Mask _and Gown Society will presen t thre e one—act p la ’s in the Little Theatre in th e e : _trl y evening of the 28 th , afte r w ’h ich the Y . M . C . A . will ho _ld _H ~ cir stu dcn ~ _d a n ce in the Y . M C A . Room in Rend all HaJ J . All visitors arc invite _d , f ree , to _boLli affairs , hu t t h ose g u ests w h _o lake their nicals in the refec t ory ~ vi l 1 _he subjecte _d to a char ~ P rcfessor Returns From Weste ~ n Visit Professor P . . S . Miller has i . e Lurn cd from his tri l ) to Nch r a s _~ ’a , ~ vhcr c he _ru sh e d to attend at the bcdsi d e of his _m other who had ta 1 ~ cn ill suddenl y . Mi _• s . Miller is _now greatl y mi—ro _V _ccl _, Linco ln Grad Qualifi...
Lincoln . Five Repulses Wissàhi ckon A . C . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
Lincoln . Five Repulses Wissàhi ckon A . C . Seeking revenge for an _earl y _Season set _back sti _Ifcr _ccl at th hands of the Wi ssahj ckoti A . C . the Lion Cagers downed th e _lal’ _- ter , 67 to 46 , on Lincoln ’ s court , Tuesday , l ~ _ebru ary 18 . At ~ hc outset , both teams m is ~~ _ed _repeate _d ly , \ ~ \ Tissa 1 ij ck on tall ying from th e floor to lead 2 to 0 . _Hender _son _, _Lincoln co _• captai n and forward , iirini ec _li atcy _d _ead — locke d the _count and from this p oint the Lioi ’ is ca _ged live COflSCC _.. utive field goals befor e the Phila clei plij ans conic ! _acid to their cr er l—it , The Lion attack beg an to work so _smo _oth _ly that the score react Lincoln 35 , W issahicko n 13 , at the half pe iiucl _. Coach River o substitute d a _~ i entirel y new team , with th e exception of i 3 _aIlarcl , to started thc ~ second per _iod . This new _Lin coln aggre gation scored 32 points t ~ 33 assemble _d _by W issahi ck on du r—lug th e last half .
Th e Line -Up [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
Th e Line -Up LINCOLN F _, G . Fis . Pts Pre e ~ R _, F 3 2 8 Carey , R . _F 4 1 9 He _nd erson , L _. _F 7 0 14 C . Br o ~ vn , C . 2 1 5 _Du ra _nt , C _1 0 2 _I-Iolland , L _. F _, 3 1 7 Brisbane , L G . . _, 1 2 4 Beckw ith , R . G 1 0 2 l 3 _allard , R . G . . 5 1 11 K . B rown , L . G . 2 1 5 _\ ~ Ta 11 _..: ej _. L . G , 0 0 0 Totals 67 _WISSAI-IICKON Conway , R . F 0 0 0 Fielder , R . _F . 6 0 12 Sny der , L . F . . 5 2 12 No _ll . C ~ 2 ~ Monr oe , R . G _1 0 2 Butter , L . G . . 5 2 12 Totals 20 6 12 Referee—C . _Jon es , N . Y . U . Timers — Smith , Wissahickon W heeler , Lincoln . Scorers Smith ; _Wissaliick on ; Wheeler , Li _ncol _ii _.
Wrestling [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
Wrestling Semi Finals : Heavywei ght Class _— P . La _gan , 200 , _d efeate _d D . Phi 1 1 i p ~ 190 ; W _, Alli son , 178 , _cl e lea _: ed W _. Tay lor , 190 . Finals : 128-lb . _Class—R . _\ ~ T a 11 ~ er , 13 _~ , defea ted C . Bonn er , 129 . 145-lb . _Class—G _. Carroll , 148 , defea ted M . Waters , 145 . 155-lb . Class — 0 . Patte r son , 158 , defeated I-i . l 3 _zi _, iey , 158 . Heavywei ght _Class—W . AIRson , 178 , _d e feate _d P . Logan ,
149 165-lb . Class—I -i , Norris , 16 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
149 165-lb . Class—I -i , Norris , 16 and M _. Tal _iaferr o _, 170 , _dra- _~ . Finals : 118 _~ -ib . Class —— A . _Johnson 118 , _d e feate d E . _Dcniis , 113 . 135-lb . C _las _s—1 _K . Sun _~ ner , 135 , _d efeate d S . Wh yte , [ 37 . 145-lb . Class — W . _And _erson , d efeate _d _\\ T _, M erch unt , _115 _,
Applica nt [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
Applica nt Frank R . _Veney , former L _inco ~ _ii studen t , r ece n th _y passe _d _clua lif i ca _. ion tests to take thc exa _m inat i on for the Baltimore police force . \ T eflc ) , _will be _remember ed as _~‘ _iicmhcr of the football _and wrest l ing teams while at Lincoln .
EDITORIA L STAFF [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
EDITORIA L STAFF Ent ~ red as second-class mail at the Lincoln University Pos t _- Oi ~ ce , Li ncoln _Univei sity , Pennsyl vania \ V . L ~ _JOHNSON ASSOCIATE EDI TORS H , P . BAILEY A S . MASON B . CLJRTISS E . B . JACKSON _I _. N . PERRY _1-1 . D . BYNOE A , B . HILL Annual Subscri pt ion _. — ~ 1 . Oo Send subscri ptions to The Linc olnian , % Profes sor W . L W ri ght , Lincoln Univer a ~ ty , Ches ter Co ., Pen nL ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ _t _, _ _, _ O _lP __ _I _) _ec _, _ _j _, __ _I ~~~~~ I _, _( _, _( _, ~ — THE ROAD TO SUCCESS WHIMSICA L BY THE MILE I-Tow oft _en have we wishe _d to _have a crystal in which you mig ht gaze _and see what role you ’ll b _’ p laying in the scheme of things twenty years from now ? Probabl y most of us have at some time or other and pi _obabl y the same number want to be successes . Success is not reserve _d for the fortunate—it is onl y after suctess is attained that one may coil—sider himself trul y...
NEED AND WANT [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
NEED AND WANT _Need is one thing but want i ~ another , Need is positive , serious , sober , and respectable . Want is graft y _, cold , stern , and often without tast e . Need teaches ap Pt _’Cciattv e lessons , _It kindles t _he lire of in _d _epend ence , wh ile wan evcr remo ves us to the distant state of grafty ideas . Need ex p _and s _and contracts in PrO _POt _’ _tion to its satisfaction . Wa nt is never satisf i cci _; it grows in pro portion to its gain . Pride an _d respect arc ofte n subn _icrgect by th e lofty greed of wa it while ncc _.: l hol _d s itself in the 1 ime ~ -1 i ght of _d i gnity . These conditi ons are alway s _pr esent in our min ds . They find their way into every walk of life . Many times w’e ar ~ _d ebati ng with ourselves as to _wh _ich _are our wants and which our nee _ds . J ~ is an easy matter for one to b ~ made to feel that some lofty clesire is a need , It is an _iniposs _ibi l—it ) ’ for anyone to teach th e white man in Alabama th at j u stic...
THE ART OF THE FALL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
THE ART OF THE FALL _TIie a rt of the fall is an ancient one indeed . Down throu g h the ages trappings and embe llish - _nients have been _add _ed to the fall until _scarcl y anyone falls witho _u t a J ittl e ind _ivklu _al touch of hi ~ 0 \ Vfl . _We are in a position here at Lin coln to become auth orities on this sub j ect if onl y we arc willing to _d evote t _h e time necessar y . Es . pec _iall y is this true wr hen Jack Frost covers the earth with a glass-like surface of ice , in fact , here comes a _fell owr now— let ’s watch him . From our point of view lie looks lik e a member of the facult y . } - Ie is too tall _and thi n to be a _stud ent , the brief case th at he carries 1 n ~ vc ~ that he is sonj _eon c other than a m ember of the stu _dent bod y . Slowl y _he moves , his tread ) aiu _stakillg and slow ; there seems no _danger of his falling—but 1 oo 1 ~ out there lie goes _One _. step foole _d him , his foot slips , in vain lie fi g hts to regain his equilibrium , ...
M ARKS AND TH EIR SIGNI -FICANCE What are marks and what do they reall y mean ? Those of u [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
M ARKS AND TH EIR SIGNIFICANCE What are marks and what do they reall y mean ? Those of u who have been fortunate enou g h to acquire good marks , either throug h _th e medium of hard , _Ii one st — to - _good _lies s work , or otherwise , _m i ght answer that position or gra cluatit ig wit _h a they mean either secur in g a good magna curn laucle . Now let us consider the oth er _sid e of the question , What reaction do those who are less 1 or ~ tun ate have towards t _h e si _gnili _— cance of marks . Do they assume a dogm atic attitu _d e _and state that marks mean nothing ? _In realit y , we all like to _be Capable of attai n ing first _aiicl second groups and we envy those . _wh ~ are able to do so . But we must bear in _mind that all men _arc not create d equa ll y as far as men ~ t a l ity is concer _iiecl . if we do our best , atici if we are reall y true to ourselves , nothing - more can be _expected . Exams for many of us have set up a certain psycb _ologi _. ca l reaction ...
THE OTHER ME [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
THE OTHER ME Jf _1 could set mysel f ri ght ( _lown And show the oth er _me , _You _’d see a smil e su _ffu se a _fr _own , A soul , pur e to see , This fac e _I wear is but a mask , This bod y _mad e of du st—Crud e _mu ta tion s that b ask In reverie and lust . _It _’ s onl y ~ ‘ hen _I _’ m most alone That I can clearl y see M y _sol ~ l , _submerged in crudest form , In ( lust y can opy . If there were but a human w ~ _ay _, To show the other me , _I’d set myself ri ght down to-da y , A chQ ined sou , to free . —L ucius Chares Gr ay .
NEW HIT STRIKES CAM PUS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
NEW HIT STRIKES CAM PUS Eureka The sequel of t _h e f ~ - mous musical hit The M i . istc Goes ‘ Round _and ‘ Rou _ncL is The Amen Goes ‘ Round and ‘ Round ! Like its great _pi’eclecessor _, thi s new _hit has the campus spel ~ - hound and frothing at th e mouth Eve rybo _d y is commenting’ upon its growing popularity . It is _the talk of the town . We are cognizant of the ‘ facc that our abilities as musical crit—