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Here and There A . B . ‘ HILL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Here and There A . B . ‘ HILL The Nationa l Negro Congress wh icil met at Chica go last _mon _111 , signih es the _~ _tmitv of _wilicil we are growing’ _illore _auid _liIOl ’ e Ccli—scion s _and which is absolutel y necessary for us to cultivate if we are to sticceed as a min _ori ty group .. The congress _mel ~ for _ti- c purpose of discussin g and _takin g action on all t _h e 1 ) ro _1 ~ _leu _1 _l s _coti — fronting us . We must say tile _) _’ certainl y fulfilled their prom ises . They didn ’ t heave otu t a _thing . Tllere were mau l ) ’ conflicts at _d uproars , but _th e session was held auld resoil _titioti s were _adloptedl and they are to meet _in tile Quaker City next year . Our destiny lies in unity , _but not _with a gm ’ _oup oif forefi u sh ing _leadeu ’s who _mnem’el y _dtm plicate ti ‘ e _Amen icam _i tradition o _~ ‘ _winuc r take all . They all preach _I _1 _’oril the text , Fill my pockets and I’ll fill yoti r eat ’ s , It Can ’ t Happen _1— _1 _cm _, is Sinclai...
The Line-Up [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
The Line-Up LINCOLN : F . G . FIs . Pt ’ . P ree , R . F . 7 1 1 1-Tender _son , L . F . 1 0 2 Dura u lt , C 2 0 4 Ballard , R . G 2 2 6 Jo mlcs , R . G _... ... , 1 1 3 Brisbane , L . G . .. 4 2 _10 Tota ls , 20 6 46 ST . PAUL : F . G . _FIs , Pts . Wynn , R . F 3 0 6 Allen , L . F ~ 6 4 _16 Putirey , C . ...... 4 1 9 Ji ggens _, L . F ..... 0 0 0 Cam’ter , R . G _; . . . . 2 _1 5 Miht _cim-i , L . G 0 0 0 _Colem an , L . G . .. 0 0 0 Totals 15 6 36 Re fe re c—Carey . Tim ers—Brad y and Wheeler . Sc-o ’ _re _’ . ’s- — _Gilb crt _and Virgin ia State Ettrick s , _Virg’iiia , was ti-ic n - _at stop . Here Lincoln tam glecl with State on Tuesday the 25 _th . Prec ,, with ten po imlts , again top—pech ti-ic Lion scorim _ig colu mm i _, wi t h _ _1 ) _utchi _ Holland p laying second fiddle , with nine count ers , Cole , Vi ? ygitiia State guard , _w’as the _best , for his team with _11 ma mk — ers . Altho _r mg h Lincoln was _otti - _scoi’eci 20 to 15 in the first _ha _1 ~ , they . came ...
By H . D . Bynoe [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
By H . D . Bynoe ~~~ - KALEIDOSCOPE Yes , yes , _oilce again yot mrs tr _u’i y comnes to bat with _PlelIt y of rab—bhi sti _c chatter . On February 28 , the V . M . C . A . spOtlsot ’ _edl a chat -ice for th e entim e student bod y , one that we can be _pi’otmcl of _iii every wa ~ Here ’ s tilreë m’ousim lg cheers _li _, r the Y cabinet . Even thoug h the orchestr a was detained by an _tm mlforese en ac , ct—dent _occum’ring ’ in West Grove ‘ _thi ~ affair _w’as to be praised , There was a call for the P _~ _ii \ _‘ _Vileelem s oil FFiday ni gh-it _pri _: _— _vious to ti-ia _chan ce . An election of officers was held , ‘ Pick’ Patter—sdn was voted _un _~ tniino _msl y _ti the _presiciemicy’ ; lIe was foum _i l later in ti-ic evening trying to keep l ’ mis office through a concert ed action on yours trul y ’ s one _and _oui iy . ‘ It beca m e so _bad that newsh awk ‘ J oe _Smieef ’ J _omies war taking tallies . ‘ The _fina l , ‘ scor was 5—4 in yotmr _cohumnni st ’ s _favor A _, ’ St...
_Lincoln Debates : Lebanon Valle y _, [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
_Lincoln Debates : Lebanon Valle y _, The Debating Team of Lincoln _Uaivcm’sity debate _d Lebanon \‘ alicy College recet _it ] y _uI time bas e _meilt ot _, t ’ ( euclaii _i-tail _: _‘ _i ’ _her e at ti-ic samne tim -i-ic a _secoml d _gu’oumj of Lincolm _i debatom ’ s at L _coam _loc Valley . ‘ _lim e group that was _01 th e canipus tipheidi the ath r _nl a—live . ‘ _l ltey were repm’e scmlte d by i—i . _i _ r _ankl _mrm Brow _’n at-id _Ellswár _ui _IVIam ’ m’ow . The traveling negatmve team _~ ‘ as _composec ~ of Robert L . : Cartei’ au-id Leroy Patm’ick . The _1 ) _m’OpOsitiO _ll for botl _l dcbates was : Resolved , that Con . gm’css shou ld be able to _ovet’m’ide _uti e _Stmpm’en-ie _Couu’t by a twoth il’dl S majorit y , vote . Thi s _cjume s—tion is _evokimig’ much inter _est , cite to th e recent ’ trend of thoug ht concerning time decisions ren der—cc _! for _and against the _New Dea l . The students present _Monday _. ~ ‘ ere asked to rem -icier a _decision as _to . _wh ether...
The Li ne Up LINCOLN : F . G . FIs . Pt s _, Pm-ce , R . F 5 2 12 H _ch _at-id , L . F _’ . 2 1 5 Ballard , L . F . .. 1 1 ‘ 3 Durant , C _1 0 2 Henderson , R . G 4 1 9 Brisba ne , L . G . N 2 1 5 Totals 15 6 3 ~ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
The Li ne Up LINCOLN : F . G . FIs . Pt s _, Pm-ce , R . F 5 2 12 H _ch _at-id , L . F _’ . 2 1 5 Ballard , L . F . .. 1 1 ‘ 3 Durant , C _1 0 2 Henderson , R . G 4 1 9 Brisba ne , L . G . N 2 1 5 Totals 15 6 3 ~ MORGAN : F _, G . _111 s . P _is . _Cm-nw ford , R . F . 0 0 0 Smith -i , R . F . 3 0 6 _Lanlp kin _, L . F . . 4 1 9 Simpson , C ~ 2 12 R yan , R . G 2 3 7 Dom’sey , R . G 1 0 2 Brow _’ mi , L . G 3 0 6 Totals 18 6 _~ ! 2 Re _ferce— Snowdeml . _Llmpit’e _—\ _Vatts . Timu _ers—j otles ati ci Caston . _Scorers—Da’vis at-id Wheeler .
Morgan Quint ‘ Trips Lincoln r 42 36 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Morgan Quint ‘ Trips Lincoln r 42 36 Tile Mo r ga n Beam’s d _iefeated tI _t e Lincoln cagers 42 to 36 recet lt l y _iii at -i _emlcou nter _iii _. _l _3 _a lti—imiore . it marked the first cot _: ’ - t _mileetim _lg’ of the two cntm ’ies ~ _imi ~~ ’ th e M a ry lan _d er s _me _inst a t en _t emit unto the C . 1 . A . A . Lincoln kept _u ace with her opp _011 cm-it during the first half , but could not conic within striki ng _clistamlce of kmlotting the issue tintil late in the final pe riod when she put on a spurt _amid score _d _8 points in rapid succession to bring her total to _36—tw’o po im ts _bc _’ - _hiiich time Bc ars—omll y to see t _ime hatter addl four _mllarkel’s to _hi c t ’ sum , the final _scom . e being Mo m—gart 42 , Lincoln 36 .
Sport Echoes By He rman Bailey [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Sport Echoes By He rman Bailey The Lion b asketeers m _’etui _’ ned to their ‘ hair in til e hills of Chester County , after having _dm’oppcd thiree _omi t of th e five _g’atiies p lay - _cdl on their Soutil _er n to t mm ’ . O’i e of these tilts _w’as ‘ with a club _teallI _uI _Lynchbum ’g ’ , _‘\ _ia _,, f _F _: _c ’ V _’ , 7 lli _rlw’umldl _‘ i .
St . Paul [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
St . Paul Leaving tile campus cm-i Sun day , February 23 , ti-ic squa _d jo erilcy _ccl to La _ur ~ nce v _ihhc , \ T a . where they encountered St . Pau l _onm Monday tIme 24 th . The Lion s worm th _u s gaulle 46 to 36 ; Pree beim _t g the hi gh scom -er with seven fmei _cl g’oais _and a charity toss for a total of 15 ; Bri sbane followed with ten points . Allen , capta in and fou’warch ’ of ti-ic St . _Patti ‘ five , _led ‘ his team in scOring w ith l ( _1 _) oi i-its .
URRAH FOR MARKS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
URRAH FOR MARKS _The honom’ roll is otut . Almo st half of ti-ic entire sttm cl ent body i ~ _Oil the roil . _lsmt _’ t it wonde r ful that ti-ic average in te _hh mge _u ice is rjs imi g , to _such ‘ a ~ hei ght ! At the r ate that we am ’ e going’ now it ~ y ill ‘ _be onl y a short _tim-i-ic _tmnti i _th e entire _stucl , emit bod y will be _composed of first at _ci _secoul _cl group stuclcm _’mts . ‘ _I’luen won ’t t _li _~ mt be _~ ‘ _omi derf uh indeed _I Marks arc ‘ g lorious _thing’s . if it were miot for marks wl’mat _wouidi we i aor students stm’iye ‘ fat ’ ? We would have nothing to wom’k far except to gait-i tim e co m tent of ti-ic _var ~ _ious _snubje cts . Wou ldn ’ t that be terrible ? j ust look at _wh at that would mean . No’ longer woul _d we be able to sleep anch rest all dha v , we would 1 _11 _, 0 lon ger be able to show our sm artm ess by _psycho-amia’l ys imi g o ~ ; r respective teachers , _mb lomiger able to carpet bag th-iesc sam-i-ic _tcacll — em’s . Then ...
OUR ELITE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
OUR ELITE The bell _rhigs silence rei gu ms fat’ a 1 ) m’ie f perio _d . Then time noise g’m’adual y _sei dl s sfl cm cc into _alih i—vion . Every _bod y seeni s to 1 ) e iti—toxicatcc l wit _h fury . ‘ Pass that _bum ttcr chowm -i hem ’e . _‘‘ Give _nic tilat stuff . Wa iter , bu -ing ott ti-i c l eat h er . ‘ Ihesc m ’emarks are y ell—cdl in lotmd voices dlur im _’u g the dI nt — tier _iioumr at a cemtaiu _l instituti on . There is a n-iadl rusil fat’ tle coffee urns . Others stamped i e ti-ic milkma n . Tilus confusion rci _g’nm s w’hihe ti -ic stu chem ts ’ satisf y _tllcir _d esires for food . In tIme fam _coru ier stan d s ant individual mounted au-i his ‘ chair—yelling fom’ ti-ic main _dhish’m , even th oug h h is p late is alrea d y ‘ over—flowing’ with foo d . So full )’ hias he scrvedl _iiim _ii seif that thm -ee of his tab l e—mates have _ito foodl . Then the waiter brings ill ti-ic platter of n-icat , See his e ) ’es as they seem to _bumm ’st forth -i fm’om _imis ileadi ...
DOW N WITH THE PREPS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
DOW N WITH THE PREPS It is a known fact to somn e of us at least , th at about four— fi ft _h s of the freshr n ct i nl a cl e an a v era ge of fourth gro up t hi s semneste r . Dces _th is _mli eam that ti-ic mental ca _nacit y of the _menib ct- s of th at class is that low ? Om ’ , w’hat is time cause of such a d rastic fall _j _im sch olarshi p ?‘ We will give out’ conccpt icn of the cause of ti-ic whole situation . Most of ’ tite n lemuber s of th e _fm’eshm an class am- c capab l e of a _ni u ch hi gher level of work _but they have beet-i givem i too _iilam ~ y privileges . _Wh at more cat-i the officials expect ? They have _lin ac—tica ll y cut out all for _u ms of restriction and bid time fres _hi me _u m take charge of til e campus _and d o as ti-icy please , Maul ) ’ of _tlic fres _lin i _emi are away from h omm e for the first tit _h e , ami d tl ~ e _hi be i ’—- tics that have been affom ’checl th _ci’ . at Lincoln have got-ic to their hea d s . Many of us will be force _...
THREE CHEERS , FOR THE " Y " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
THREE CHEERS , FOR THE Y ‘ ~ ~ _It-i ti me history of the , Y . M . C . A . here at Lincoln Universit y a _g’u _~ eat _i’cformuation has _occtm r _m’ed . We can actuall y see _atid _Ime _ar evi demic es of a pm-ogm’ess that is without _precedem -it . _‘ Ihe response ‘ : t ~~ tt the _studlem t _s as a whole b ~ as shown is _ind icat ive of a’ Cór I SCi _Ot _, _lst _icss , All . _tit e recent acti _~ ’ities of this orgamii ’ zatiom _t _cimange it from -i-i a _ni eu ’ e liste _d _organization _iii t _h e catalo gue to a gcn u imleiy necessary . and pm’ogre ssmve it i stitt utiom i , . ‘ _I’he contributin g events imav e been cam ’ ef _n _mhi y d irecte d by _Cil s—worth Morrow , the Pt’esident of ti-ic Y . M . C . A . Cabinet and its _niembet -s . _ihe _) _’ are ti-ic two iccti . mm’cs by Dr . Alain ’ Locke , _ni-ic tm’i p to heat’ M _, _at’ian And erson ’ s r ecital , th e _dat -ice for ti-ic ‘ etitire _stu dlent body ; and the ch ’ _ecom-atioui of the _‘‘ ~~~~ i’oann in tim e ba _sem...
. GOTTE GONE BUT NOT FORGOT TE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
. GOTTE GONE BUT NOT FORGOT TE Limicohm _i ‘ _tj niv _’ersity h as lost aimothw r valuable coach and _. insttuc—tor _itt the perso _n of Mu- , Charles Chuck Jom es . Coach -i Jones has domic a remarkable work in tt’ack , boximig ’ , _and wm _’csthit ig , a rid other _field s of athletics for _Liii - coit _i . , I-Ic _placed ti-ic int _r _amn m u’al act ivities im _uto the l ime _h i _g-hit am dl lie tur iledi out , for ti-ic first timm _u c im tim e h istory of the ‘ Univcm’si _l _’ y , a cham _iip ionsh ip boximig amid wrest—hi t g’ team , 1 ) _ut ’ i _mig’ h is shou ’t sojourn here he has pr oved , bey omici a _me _: _’ _m ~ shadow of a chOtil ) t , his _couilp et—cncy . One _mu ig ilt ask wh y Mr Jones left . Th at question may _he ant — sweredh in t h e fohhow ’ing fas _h ion . At _iy _uii ami is looking fo ~ advance—nme nt . _, Self—pt’eset’vati on is _th ie _hi m’st _la _~ ’ of man and n atm _, i ’e , and th at law _has lived thu _’ou g h _otL t ti-ic ages . It is to be regret...
WHY’ WORRY’ ? [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
WHY’ WORRY’ ? _Iii the path way of _every mortal , th _’ierc is am-ic . stumbling block which cannot be entirel y evade _d . it is wom ’ry . But we cam -i even tri ad ic stun _lbh _inu g’ _ac _1 vantageou ~ . _Th e tlleth lod i is vet’ ) ’ _Sinlp _le , j u st _stumiib le forwam ’ ch . If we mnust worry , _ivil _) _’ not _m ake it progressive ? \‘ Vorm’y towar _d a re _ru ledl y . Sonic of us take a trouble au _ldl muu msc amidi pet it as if it were a l ) al ) y . \‘ Ve _wih i often say , Lif e isn ’ t worth livin g because we have so niuci’m to worry us , But the m’ea l trut h is , we have mltlm’sedl that tm -iflim lg tm’ou _bl e _nmm -itii it _h as sapped our _stremlgth , and mil a di e tt _s ill of badl y arm ch _mimI , \‘ Ve mu st _l ’em _llember thiat we i’mave _to- mould oum’sclves to fit ti -ic ways of th e worl _d , for it will never fit itself to us . . Wot’ry is not a state of h umi _h ity . Too _maui _~ ’ of tms , take p ri d e _. iu relating _onm m’ m ~ sfot’tunc s tq ot ...
OUR SILENT CO MPANIONS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
OUR SILENT CO MPANIONS Books are our silent conrmpaniorts . They are ever reãch y to _lend us a hel ping’ haildi . W . hen friends forsake ‘ us , when _it _clversities are about to overtake tms , ti-icy _stand by _tiiroug’h thick ami d thin . _Wh’men we consid lcr _w’Fmat sonic books have clom c for the _w’ou ’ ldh , atich what ti cy are cloim ig , ho ~~ they keep _ump ou t’ h opes , awake _u _-i new cout ’ ~~ ’c and _, fait h , soot h e p _ain , give at-i id eal _hifef to those w hose _hi _omu cs are cold and _Imarc _i , we can ’ t _Fmel p but feel how im—valuable these companions ‘ are to us . Of coum’se ti-ic task is left to us ‘ to select _tim e ‘ cort’ect type of books . We should be as cat’efui _iii chasing th _etu as we am’e _itt choosing our frien ds , The old aclag’e . Tell u-i-ic what a man m’eadl s and I w’ihl tell you what he is , is _qu ite t _r ue . A _maim is known l ) Y t _h e cou _iipa ny h-ic keeps , so is h-ic also’ km _owmi by ti -ic books lie reads . Books pout’...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
‘ _ID’ _31 ’iur Lttnia _tl ~ Published by th e Stude nts of Lincoln University , SemiMonthly , During School _Yeai ~ Entered as secànd-class mail at the Lincol n University Post Office , Lincoln Universit y , Pennsy lv _ania . EDITORIAL STAFF W . B . JOI-INSON , _Ech itor _-iml- Ch ief ASSOCIATE EDITORS H , P . BAILEY A . S . MASON B . CLIRTISS E . 13 . JACKSON ‘ I . N . PERRY H . D . BYNOE A . B . HILL - ‘ Annual Subscri ption— $ _l _. _Oo
SPORT ECHOES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
SPORT ECHOES ( Comitiu iucd l from ii page 2 ) Dt _mrnn t _, C 0 0 _C Ballard , C 1 0 2 _Bu ’isbanc , R . G . . 1 0 2 B _eckwr ith , R , G . . 2 0 4 _Hcrm clcm’son , L . G 3 3 9 Cau’cy , L . G , 1 0 2 Totals 16 7 3 ~ WH IRL W _ _Y F . G , Fis , _Fir . I : _lug hes , R . F , 7 _‘ 2 _IC _; W _~ u lk cm ’ , L . F , . 0 _0 0 Sheht on , L . F . , 1 2 4 I ’ enmi , C 0 3 3 Jahn somi , C 0 0 0 St ewart , R . G . . . _‘ 5 1 _ii _Callow’ay , L . G . 0 2 2 Totals 13 _~‘ 10 3 _’ Re _feu’ee—At’mstead . Timiiers— Pcnm i amid _\ _~ \‘ _hicc _1 _er . _Scam _’cu’s—Haclcn amici Wheeler , Vi u’g ’inia U’niOmi m arked time last lap of ti-i c squad ’ s imivas ion immto cmieumiy tcrritom ’ y . Again Lincoln led its opponent at ti-ic half , th e sco re read limig _Liui co lm 24 , Unio cm 23 . Time Lions niaim lta inc dl thu s hcad l umitil nudi — _wr ay of _tim e final l ) criod l whemi _tit c Pamit _h iers cash ed in an , 18 camisecuttive p 3 int s to _w’in time contest 52 to 40 . ‘ ~ _I—Ioie _1—lemic _i...
HERE AND THERE - " With A _, B . _Hihl [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
HERE AND THERE - With A _, B . _Hihl ( Com timi uccl fm’oun page 2 ) Motl er Earth has lifted i-icr veil of white and the good g’ro _ur ~ c _1 looks _gm’aui d . ~ : Sprimig’ is just ara ummid ti-ic cot’tier , we ‘ hope it _d oes n ’ t _tweet _1—J , oave r . Wii J _tl’ic Chape . 1 _sdleakers _p-i ~ e—a—s—c a _mimiouu -ice the _mlumlil ) er s of t _i’t e _hiymiiuis clearl y . They _sound as if they sw _’ahl ow a hot _l otato when they amiulatt _micc the m ii . By _thie ti m e we m’ami ible all at’o tmu _’i _, l _lookim ig’ for it , ti-ic ou’gan is _prel — ung oui t ‘‘ _Amimen . Jack Johnson is seckiti g a w ’hite hiope , to beat Joe LL ui s . We w ’ ish to say that t im e nan cct ’—- ta _iu -ily has the cotmm ’ agc of his cou’m _— _victic _) ii _5 _thou gh lie is _s ~ _mppa Scdl _)’ a _i’acc man , 1-ic stands firmly against Louis . We cam _mn ot _Ime _i p bitt feel tli aumg -hm , that i-ic real _l y wishes to retain his tithe the greatest _fi gh ter of all tin _i s , _‘ E ’hercfore Lo...