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Lfl ~ . ALAW I LOCK E PRESEN TS CULTURAL LECTUR _ES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
Lfl ~ . ALAW I LOCK E PRESEN TS CULTURAL LECTUR _ES ( Contint ied from p age . 1 ) _The lect _u re r first state d that we , as Ne groes , must understand that the primar y step in chang ing th ~ minds of others in their concepti _on of tis is for us to eracli—ca t e any false glorification of ra cial achievement as this is a _Sym _ptOm of grOUj ) weakness . i ) r . Locke further advanced the 01 ) - servation that to understand huni anity we must see it in perspective _— rea _lize th at every ra cc has weaknesses as well as superiorities — rea _lize t _h e importance of re gar _d ing Africa as our ancestral home . Profe ssor Loke feels , however , that thoug h the Afric ~ an back ground is glaniorous and seductive it is often over _estini te d . Dr . Locke said , I t ( the African art ) has been until recentl y dispa r aged _~ — noi ~ v it is being glori fled . A scientific sanity is coming into the p ict u re . We need to thi _n k of its roots , to consider ourselves as spring ing ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
SPORT ECHOES ( Continued from _page 2 ) Walke r , L . G . 3 0 _: Maso n , C . 0 0 0 Newton , C . 0 0 _I _) Totals . 14 1 29 SENIORS F . G . Fis , Pts , Marr 6 w , L . _P 5 1 it Sau lter , R . F 0 1 _1 Treherne , C 0 0 0 Parker , R , G 2 1 5 W . Brov in , L . G 0 _‘ 0 0 Stj tt , L _, G 0 0 0 Custis , L . G 0 0 0 Totals 7 3 17 Freshmen 22 , Jun iors 16 FRESHMEN F _. G . Fis _. ~~~ Thomas , L . F . 3 1 7 H aye _, R . G 2 0 4 Lanier , C 2 0 4 Carrol , R . G 1 0 2 Ransome , L . G . 2 1 5 Johnson , R _. F , 0 0 0 Tota ls 10 2 22 J UN IORS F . G . Fis . Pt ~ Lucas , L . F 2 0 4 Tay lor , F . G 1 0 2 Minn s , R , F 3 . 0 6 P . Logan , C 0 0 0 _Mouzon , L _. F . .. 0 0 0 Glover , C 1 0 2 Marshall , L . G . _.. _1 0 2 Totals 8 0 _. _16 Five Leading Scorers —Including Games of February 21 ~ ame Team . Pts . Britting harn—Sophornores .. 2 ) Th onias—Freshinen 1 ~ Ransoni e—Freshmen 15 Minns— Juniors 12 Marrow—Seniors _.. _ ; _,. 11 r KALEIDOSCOP E ( Continued from page 2 ) tie hat , And often a...
_INQU IR I NG REPORTER " A SYMP OSIUM " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
_INQU IR I NG REPORTER A SYMP OSIUM The meeting ~ vi 11 now come to order and the question for cliscussion will _be ‘ Who is the most tini que character on the campus ? Gentlemen , this is a _serious cjues tion and we imp lore you to givt . it your _tindivided attention . Per - sonal feelings must not be a 11 o _~~ . _ed to enter the situation . We will call upon i 3 rother X to give his answer to this cluestion _. Shoot , fellow henchman . J _ohn ‘ Titt y _, Walter Winchell ’ ‘ Pal mer is an _ind ivi _d ual who ’ s a blessing to an y campus , His quo ~ ta tio ns and ‘ Pal meris ms ’ clistinguish him from an y other i e t—sonality on the campus . I can see him now , bouncing and tri p ~ ping over the El ysian fields . • Bro ther Y , will you pay attention and state your choice ? The Reverend Elcock , a new member of the Seminary , is _trul y a _d iscip le of the _wid ely—rea d magaz i ne _‘ Esqt iire ’ . _I-u _s frock -tail—ed coat an _d its flowing rip p les i ~ the lattest thin g ...
CURTIS’ COURTESIES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
CURTIS’ COURTESIES ( Editor ’ s Note——Herein the spiti of Gertrude Stein lives on , _oil lives , lives . ALE Do you drink ale ? I hate wine Vanilla everyth im e . Look , look I say Do you like ale ? Ale is nast y Snow is white Where are you ? Chocolate , sa rdi n es or crabs W hich do you like best ? A top-coat —a garba r _din e Nice-nast y beer . If a few of the se seminar y men would see the barb er , they mi ght be ab le to take ~ 1 ieir hats off . No w t h as’ ri ght . * * * * * This institutio n would ( 10 a commendable thing if it would maintain rowboats for us to go t o class in . * * * * * Buck Dust we are told is lotiri ‘ n ’ wrong , so the staff decides upon giving ‘ im the gong . Teacher— Now we come to tht art in Egypt . Bri ght Stud _eri t— Ai n ’ t that Or- ; ien ta _l art ? Teac _lier— _. C ertain _l y _, Egypt is in the Orient . Bri ght _Stuclent— _. T hat ’ s what _I fi gured . * * * * * _ _Iii what cond ition was the _p ~ - triarch ~ Job at the end of his life ? in...
NEED AND WANT [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
NEED AND WANT ( Continued from page 3 ) do not feel that _thei-e is a sing le _m an on this campus , student or otherwise , who does not feel th ~ need of campus walks , to free his shoes from this gluey clay ; on t _h e other hand t here arc ~ many being sti gmatised by _want . This grafty notion tell s _theni that we _. ~ _hou 1 d hold our major football _gaines on the campus , and provide weekl y dances along with many other _exaggerated desires . The power of our age is _upon us . We ar e vic ~ im s of wild clesire . When we pay for so much we reach for twice as much . The things want _build s up in our minds may never be accomp lished . It throws too many views before us at one tim e . It tells us t ~ take all or none , for one thing is as _iniprtan t as the othe _r , Thus we are tied clown by the great illusion want , Conforming to need can make much better the condit ions at our University . Our needs ar e atta _in - able and can be laid out ~ or actj u _sini ~ n _I _. lit th...
HERE _ANID THERE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
HERE _ANID THERE ( Continue _d from page 2 ) of 12 knots , It took 500 hours trj rett i rn . The average sp eed 1 ier _t as in the first case was ten knots . Yet it took the _second shi p ( 750 &amp; 500 ) 11250 hours to make the rouncitr ip _, Then how do’ you account for the difference of 50 hours when bot h averag _ed te _n knots . Give up ? You mi ght try Professor Wrig ht he knows all the answers . There is a rumor that _th e Re . . publicans are going to run Joe Lo _u is as President because he has such a _wond erful Con sitution . _Is Snatch J ordan going to get married this summer ? _I regret missing the lecture b y Dr . Locke o _. _~ i The Contribution of the _Negro to American Cul ture _. However , _I have seen the _play Mulatto _and _I _don ’t feel that _I _missed much . What is all this noise about _th e Supreme Court and Congress any way ? George Bernard Shaw exP _lailled it better than anyone 1 _., _know . At the Metr opolitan Oper _i Hou se in November 1933 he...
A MODEL SCHOLAR ( Continued from page 1 ) [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
A MODEL SCHOLAR ( Continued from page 1 ) pan ionsh i ps and hobbies until we attain a certain hei ght . A _mod el scholar , however , i ~ invariabl y successful , and his success brings success to others . J _u st think of the great number of scientists who seclu _d e themselves entirel y from society _and study for weeks , months , _and even years in order to substantiate a theory or discovery which is known probabl y oni y to him . The , _Iate Thomas Edison is _said to have been so intensel y interested in his work on the incandescer _. t Ii gh ~ that he forgot to go to his wedding . While this cannot lie jt _istl y termed a sacrifice , it iiev _• ertheless adequatel y i 1 lustrate ~ what we mean by searching cli li—gentl y for knowled ge . Therefore th e earnest efforts and sacrifices , if they may be terme _d as such , of a _mod el scholar are _liever in vain for he realizes his duty of contributing constructivel y to the welfare Of his _fellowni an . His endeavors are a benefi...
ALUM NUS GIVEN TESTI M ONIAL BANQUET [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 5 March 1936
ALUM NUS GIVEN TESTI M ONIAL BANQUET ( _Continue d from page 1 ) has a full school . _In _carrying out ‘ his program Mr . Roye has accumulated a library of over 2000 volumes . The Mayor of the city in paying tribute t 9 the work of Mr . Roye , mentioned the fact th at he had _turned down many better paying _and more convenient _P 0—sitions in order to secure a hi gh school education for the Negroes of Harford Count y . Professor Labaree _attended _the banquet as a represent ative of Lincoln University ,
Lincoln Universit y Players Present Plays [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Lincoln Universit y Players Present Plays The Lincoln Universit y Piave s presente d three one—act p lays _in the Little Theatre on Frickty , _i _. ~ _ct _’ - ruary 28 , 1936 , before an audieu _ e _composed of both students an ) . visitors . Til e performa nce ~~ s the initial one of the season . ‘‘ The Waning of the _Moo _i was _tile first o ~ the _tlire ~ . play s to i ) e _prese _ilte _di and feat tix _ccl the _pir ~ tt e theme in an unu s ~ ta l and ~ fasc in ating manner , a _def ~ n i te _ipood of the unreal . The _grea _. t _~ r part of the success for achieving this mood was due to the excellent lig hting effects _en ~ p 1 _oyed 3 especiall y in tile scene where _th e shipmates Were gathered about the table . The effect _d ur _ing thi s scene was create _d by two lig hts : one a pale blue that shone from one _sid e of the stage , an d tile ot her a pale green that _siionc fro _m til e oppos ite side . The play 9 _1 these lig hts caused the group of men to appea r eerie , an...
Testimonial Presented Ex-President Johnson By Trust ees [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Testimonial Presented Ex-President Johnson By Trust ees Ihe _BOal _’ _dl of Trustees of Li ii—coin _Un ive r sit y _adopted th e _lot - low ing _testimuiiial recently to be se _~ it to _. _L- _’ _residient—Etner itus J ohm : — soil : _ _les timor _mial of the Board of Trustees of Lincoln University _cn the Retirement of Rev . _Wi _: - _h a m Ha llock Johnson , D _L _) _., fro _m the Presidency . _‘‘ _ihe Bo ard of Trustees of L _, ii _’ icoin Universit y _, _ill acce itng to _( Pr _es idle nt \ ‘ V i _iii _amn . _1— _lahl ock ) _ohi _: — soil ’ s request to retire from the _Prcsidlency by reason of having _reachedl tile age o _, _i t llrc e _scot _’ _)‘ _CiLt ’S _audi ten , _dteSil’es to p l ace _oii _I’CC _OI _’ dI a test imonial of t ile faith—un _alIdi efficie nt _Illali tl er _~ n _wilich he has conducted the a _ff airs of tilt ’ _iilst it Ut _iOll _dluning _’ the period ! of his service , Coming to tie _Llnivem _’ sity ill 1903 to occupy the Chair of Greek and New 1 esta—illeil...
Y . M . C . A . Entertains at Annual Dance [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Y . M . C . A . Entertains at Annual Dance To tile switig rhythms ot Morris Mosel y aild his orchestra tile first annual Y . M . C . A . _dance _\ _V _Clht 011 to success . _‘ ihe dan ce was held on Friday , February 28 , after the _1 ) _reselltation of tile Liri — _coltl Players in the Little The _~ itre _and was all attempt by th e Y to promote s _~ mc activity t h at _~ _srotilcl _Ilell ) to relieve th e _usu al week—e n di _illonot _ony . During tile earl y _patt of th e week tile weather seemed to threaten failure , but earl y Tb _tir ~ — dlay tile Still _IhiaCie it all that was to be _desired . . R endail _, . _1-Jail was beautiful l y decorate _d with _van —colo _red baaloons , tasteful _l _ap el clecorat oils , and soft , subdued li g hts of rose . gold and greell . Added to til e li g ht s _whicll _su fused t ile . entire scene , the pe r—stiasiv e rh ythm of tile orchestra was enoug h to lig hten _th e iiio .. t sluggish step , and to _p _~ 1 t _iiew l i _f&amp; ~ ...
Mr . Dorsey Gives Recital In Philadelphia [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Mr . Dorsey Gives Recital In Philadelphia Professor James _F . _]) _orst _’y was _pre ~ _eI _1 ted 1 ill a reci tal _thi r _it was _IldIdi in tile _Ltlli _cal Societ _~ ’ Flail in Philadel phia , r ec ent i . Th ~ affair was _~ _vc _1 _l attended _~ ‘ _,.. _ldJ glowing comp liments ‘ _were extendled _l 111111 by various critics who _WCI _e present . The Evening Public Led ger of _Pl-iilac iei phi a corn _illeil t _eCI thus _‘‘ Ja mes Dor sey _, an _excclle ~ ; t baritone audi head of tile l ) epartIn _en t of Music at Lincoln _Uni — versity , gave a well — at te n d e d _l re—cital last evening in tile au d _li t—oriun _l of tile Society for Ethical _Cultt i re . Mr . Dorscy revealed _a voice of unusuall y line _dlua ii _iv alhd sang’ a dli fficuit progran ~ with _d iscretion and ai ’tistry . ‘‘ After _nuni bet ’ s by _Can _s _. _sin ~ i and _Hail del , tile soloist _aarg Bemberg ’ s ‘ J—Ii _ll dio Chant ’ and _N a—clit ’ s Romance from B _izet _’ s ‘ _The _. P _eai’l _. _1 ~ _islle...
Bimonthl y Round Tables To Be Held [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Bimonthl y Round Tables To Be Held As a pam’t of the _edlu cati _Oi _’l ~ i guidance services of tile ‘ Umli _vel ’ — sit ) ’ the m e will he a series of h i—illOlithli _y stu _dent— faculty _Rout d- ‘ i _ahles _dlum’imlg’ the _t’Cill _~ i _. _ifl mg weeks of the second semester , ihe sub jects to he _discussed ill this _sel’ies are 1 . _I _\ ~ 1 enta l _]— i ea lt h aildi its R eIn — t ioll to _Pei _’SOll tl _Aeli _ievcnient ami _d Social Efficienc y . 2 . Til e Demaild s of Society Up—011 the Modern _~ Ph y si ci an— _--ll is Technical E _fficieml cy _au di 1—his Social Ethics . 3 . Modern Trends in Men _\\ T _omll _ell Relationshi ps—Att _itudes _‘ _i _’ _owamcl l ~ v 1 arriage _and tile 1 _’a _in - il y ’ . _‘ 4 . _Relig’ion _111 tile M _ndi _~ _m’m _’ Wor _lcl—W _llat ( Can We Believ e About _God , the Pllysical Unvem ’sc amid ! 1— _ituii at _i Natu _m ’e ? The first in this _sem ’ies of m _’oumld —tab ies _‘ _, _vihl _lIe held _dinn ing tile we ekendi of April 4-5 . _Tu e ! _e...
Trustee board To Add New Members [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Trustee board To Add New Members At a meeting of the Tru st ee _s ill N ew Yor k rece n tl y the Board _utlan i m O uslv adlopt _edl a r cco _nimcn diatiO _ti to _ildidi to its _tnembersll _~ p t _hi _t _~ ce _iii _Ctlhl ) _el’S of tile Alumni A : - SOC i at iO _tl _, The _Boai _’ cl diecidled to add ! a _lllCtlll ) C _1 _’ _Iron _-i tile Alumni ill j title 1936 . file the _ _. _’ ~~~~~~~~ _CICC t _C’i mu st first be recommend ! by ti e Alumni . _In 1937 , a _seCoildi _meti _ibei _’ is _k _: he adidled ! , and in 1938 , a thir _d each for a term of three _)‘ _ear ~ Each succeed ling year a new _iii _ci _:: _— bet’ is to be elected to take the place of t he _Illenlber _W’llO Se te r n _) _h ~ 1 _S exp iredl , t he dietai s to h e Woi’ke dl out by tile Committee _oi the A _lun it i i amid Corresponding Committee on Conference with t iiem fr ot il tile Board of Tr u ste es . Since t llere arc alread y three Negro _metll het’s _011 tile Board , _aud _i none of their terms expire _Ull ti...
DR . W . L . IMES TO _, VISIT LINCOLN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
DR . W . L . IMES TO _, VISIT LINCOLN Tile _ReVel ’ etld Wi lii _ittll _LlOy ( l lines , t il itl iSt _el ’ of the St . Ja mes ~ P _res _, _byt c _nu n Church in New _York City will visit Lit _lco _in dim ’ ’ _mg til e week — end l of April 18 _, ac—-cot-cling’ to a recent announce—Ili et it _n _’ _~ 1 _d _9 _1 _)) _’ _Deii _ii \ V _’ _: _son . The _R _evcr _eml d i _Mr . lines _ilit S visite ci Lincoln before , _1—I c ilolds tile cicgi’ees of A . _13 ,, Fisk Univers _ity AM . Columbia University ; B _. _i ) . LTn ion _l’heologicai Seminary , New York ; _I ) . _]) . ( honorary . Lincoln Univ ersit . _i—I c is r _ecog’niz etl as a d _hi st in g u _ishe _dl speaker , leaci e t’ _and _l scholar . While a pastor in New York City , Di ’ _, Tines _ilas _idcntihcdi _ilillisel f W _’it ll _lll _tllV lii ) _el _’ al _lit ’ s—nl ents _au _dI social p rograms for tile betterment of his _conlmll un _it y . His is _Olh e of tile largest _congT cg’at _ions ill tile Pres _bv to ry . Dr . J _ui es ...
APPOINTM ENT OF U NI VER S ITY PHYSICIAN REPORTED [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
APPOINTM ENT OF U NI VER S ITY PHYSICIAN REPORTED All _tlllcOtlIi _i’tlledl m-eport iS t _llitt Dr . _Wayn la m i Coston has been appointed to serve as Universit y _~ _il _1 _ysi _cian bcg ’int iin g September , 1936 . Di’ . Coston is a g’rad _! _uate 0 ~ _Linco lm l Uiii _‘ _. _‘ ei’sity and _i _\ _’lellat _’l’y _Med ical College in N a sllv _iil e , Tennessee . _1—ic _sem ’vcd as _Exanlilling Ph ysician to the _stud ents of Lit l—coin University diur _ing’ the fall of 1935 . It is believe _d tilat Dr . Costo n will assist Coach R _ivei’o ill coac h — ing’ the _footl ) ali team . ile ren—diered assist ami ce to t he coaching taff diut ’ing til e fail of 1935 , While a student at Li n coin , Dr . Coston was a mern b cm ’ of tile varsit y football tea _m , _au di WitS Capt ai l for _oi ~ e yea r . The vacanc y _cl ’catedl _by tile _i’esi _g’nitiou of Coach Charles j _oti es to accept _ltll appointment with the New York police force _‘ _. _‘ _. _‘ _il _! thus he _hu ed , _au di _iii a...
MU SICAL ORGANIZATI O N PRE SENT S RE CI TAL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
MU SICAL ORGANIZATI O N PRE SENT S RE CI TAL _Th e Lincoln University _Sti _’iiig Quartet Wit S pi’eseilted i by _ii c Musical _Oi’gailiz at _ioml _itt a reci ta l on Snn d _iay , March 8 , 1936 , _iii _ii . e M ~ _ti ’ _’ _. _’ Dodi B _mo _’ _, _ymi _Meiiioi _’ ~ al _CI a—lId , - _/ The cOt lcet’t _c _~ _’as tile thi r _d of a Series pm ’ esented ( Ium’ing this sea—so n . The nienibc _i’s of the qua _m ’ — tet at-c : _nihomn as M . Reedi , first violin ; Lins _ay _‘ _, t _~ . Jac kson , _seco _nd _! viol _ill i _’ _ran k E . Dri ers ) viol a J ames E . _1 ) _ors ~ y , ‘ cello , Tile program was as follows 1 . _Quiti ’tet ill A n l ajor —i — l ay ( ie . i ( 1 ) Pu _’esto ( 2 ) M etlu etto ( 3 ) Adag io ( 4 ) Allegro VivaCe _Ii _, Qtiartet ill 1 ) _llliilOi ’—I c _! _l _. ’I i—kovsk y ( 1 ) Allegro _Modem’ato ( a ) ‘ Allegro Vivace coil fu aco ( 2 ) j _’ \ _dante Cantabile ( 3 ) Scheu’zo ( 4 ) _Ah iegro Gui sto ( a ) Allegro Vivace
Fraternities Begin Sec -ond Semester Activities [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Fraternities Begin Second Semester Activities Tllree of the fot _ut ’ fra terniti es oil the _campt _i ~ _lii _) _. ye begun act i ~ ’i—ties film the spring _seni estem ’ . _ni _~ _lie o fficers have been elected ! for ti : e _cnsuiilg’ veal’ amld new men _F ~ i b een p le _d ged . The new o fficers of eac h respective fm o i er miit _y am’e as lows OMEGA _PSI P _1-i l 3 asiieus—R . N . joy n er \ _Tice-Basi _leu s—A . 1 ) . J ackson Keeper of Records _ant I Seals- — Tyson L . Baker I \ _eel ) Ct’ of F _inamlc c— E , D ennis _Keepe m ’ of Peace— _---G . _Dui’ant e Chap lain—C . B lay lock Cilaptem’ Ed ito m _’—’ _i \ _T . Layton . KAPPA _ALPI- _1 A PSI P o _lemn ar c _ll— _-Talnladge Pi _mikii ev _Vice _’’ Fole _nlam’cil—Chanles Blake Keeper of Recordls— _’j . Franklin Fit zge i’al di _Excilequei ’—Cllai ’hes _Bidtit llore
DR . J . A . STEVEN SO N SPEA KS IN CHAPEL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
DR . J . A . STEVEN SO N SPEA KS IN CHAPEL Tile Revem ’eml dl _3 . A , Stevenson , re p t ’esen tat ive of tile Social Dcp _artnl _ent of tile Presb yterian Churches of Phi la dle l p _hli a , _was tile speakem ’ for _th e scu’vices on St _im ~ — clay , March 8 . J ) i’ . Stevenson ’ s sermon _\\‘ _iiS very _imispi r _ing ’ _. i—i c _emoh a _sized the point th at we _i’Cap what w c sow , ami _d that a mere acquisition of al-i academic education is _rid ) guarantee of usefulness unle ss we have W _’itilifl us _thiiit sp irit of Ch rist which Christia nity _inlp _ants . _i-Ic also stated _th at when m an ~ ‘ _om’ks ~ n _coopei’atiom _i wit _ll _Godl , he can make a gal’ ( lell its _1 ) _C _1 _ril I—ful as a rose in the wildernes s . _np _ile P _. everend Stevenson coneluded his sermoml requesting tile stt _itl _emit s to live clean amI d who l e — SOiliC lives .
Y . M . C . A . SPONSORS TRIP TO PHILADELPHIA [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Y . M . C . A . SPONSORS TRIP TO PHILADELPHIA The Y . M . C . A . t’ecent _! _y _spomi sot ed i a trip to Phi l adl _eli llia Id -it _tu e _hm ’st t _w emit y—t iv e _sttldle _’lt _s _Who desire _d to hear the talented ! co n — ti -alto , _Mam _’ian Andierson , The total cost of the trip _audi concert was one dollar for each student . The _pm _’ofessom ’ s _au _dI those st t i—dents _wilo _Im ad _i cam’s re _mid em _ed t _iieii ’ sem ’ _vices to tile om ’gam liz at ion . The Y . _IVI , C . A , ieg _mc ts _, ti-ic fact that it was not able to t _al _: e nlore of the stud ien t bod y , said ! ACti _mlg-P _1 _’cSidlen t ~ ‘ iam’ro _’ _, v ,