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Y . M . C . A . ENTERTAINS AT . ‘ ANNUAL DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Y . M . C . A . ENTERTAINS AT . ‘ ANNUAL DANCE TRUSTEES PRESENT TEST _I ~ MON IAL TO EX-P ~~ LSJ _- - DENT JOHNSON ( Coultit _itmedi _frouw page 1 ) amid chairs for those _whi _i chase to p lay cau’ds . This tiew _’ _I’oOmmi is vcu ’ y tastefull y _amidl bea uti fu ll y _d ecorate _d amid is _r carccl y recognizable as ti-ic former \ Tai ’ ~ sit ) ’ Club roomi i . All taldi , ti-ic cmitim ’ c affair was a suiccess , a sumccess that repaid the cfiom’ts of ti-ic Y m e m bers lam ’ their painstaking labor . _. _çrc ~ dln numst be givem i also to Mr s . Pattet ’san for lieu’ _sutpp l ying the al—ways mieeded ‘‘ w’amna mi ’ s touc h ’’ amid to Mrs . Li g _hisl ~ _omu for her aid w iih ti-ic refreshments , ( Continue _d from page 1 ) lt appam’tion im-ig ti-ic _credhit _for this _natal ) lc _imi ipr _ovcmen ~ Imi _t’ie fortunes ~~ _Lin coln _Unu ivem ’ sity _, Dr . Johmison woum idi be the last one to make claim that all this ’ had beet-i dane by his _geniu s and effor _1 aiomic , Rath er ...
KALEIDOSCOPE By H . D . Bynoe [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
KALEIDOSCOPE By H . D . Bynoe ( Co’mitinuiccl _fm’omn page 2 ) It was duiring’ t h e m’ccc uit _sotmth _em tri p of ti-ic Basketball t _ear-i tha t ‘ K en ’ Browmi recei v _ed the _nar m-ic of ‘ Tarzan ’ but if _onl y on k new _\ viiy . — ’H etid y ’ u’cc&amp;vetl thu-u-iamc of ‘ Farmem whihe at _l _3 _eri m ~ ctt College—Most of _tim e A _\ T . boys were _mu ic k—u _i _am c l ‘ fam’m n — em’s ’— _’Joc ’ Carey learuiedi h ow to dm ’ _iuik ‘ j _igg’y—w _apsy ’ anti Pm’ee to _d rink ‘ po ppa _’corui ’— _’Moe’ J _ane _~ : ’ wt _mkness for sleep alm ost le ft him _iii L ) _’nci-ibumrg— It seemed _quuitc _hiabitumal for ti-ic ciivem ’ s t ~ ’ show’ a ccrta im ’ u part ialit y to ‘ Sf . _‘ Loutis ’ Wheeler uumuti i Ftë asked _1 ’ ) escor t _thucun _itomui c ; He _d id _n ’ t _ee ~ a toot _hach e frau _mu eating’ sweet ~ wh iic in ‘ _Lvmi chburg . — Bm ’isbat _ie ‘ ecam iie diunte _fotu ci of _bu ~ t cr on _CbS trip it was a shame _~ ‘ Wit _lhi e _Riiam’k luach to bag’ thiat niuc _...
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY PLAY ERS PRESENT PLAYS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY PLAY ERS PRESENT PLAYS ( Con tjn _um cd l .., _frani page 1 . ) The third i _au _dI ‘ fin a l p lay _~ ‘ çease Fire was omie of y ery tense ami d , dramatic scene , it was a _, w’ar _clram _na _andh _d ealt with ami inter—estimig variation of ti-ic _ etern al tm’ianmg-ie theme . , The _m a _u i criticisni of his _play was the _in _abii it ~ ’ _~ , o f souiie of the ch _a r acte r s , to nmiaste r to ‘ atl ) ’ cx ~ teuit the Eng lish accent , Aside from a major im m cami _g _-ru i—t _)’ , th at of _umsim _ig’ a cap pistol to _cmxl t _u e life of ti-ic dhastam’d lv ’ _I _\ _lajd _i r ~ v [ _arkh am , _tu e p lay _wa’i _vemy satisfactom ’y andh enjo y abl _a A ifredi Neal , George Mitch _e _1 _I ~ amid John Ran dh ah ph _w ~ m’e _ou t , — _stan _diu ig in th is _l ) iay . The casts of _time three _pr _oduc t _tiomis were a follows : Col . _Bassct’ _-- _’ - _, A . _1 _’ _l’hpp _in Maj . Markh am-ii—Geom’g c ‘ _iVlitchiel Lt . Tm’cvor—T iio _’miias Reed Capt . Symth so...
FRATERNITIES BEGIN SEC OND . SEMESTER ACT WI T ! E [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
FRATERNITIES BEGIN SEC OND . SEMESTER ACT WI T ! E ( Comiti numed fm’om page 1 ) Stm’ateg’ums— ’ \ Varren Tay lor Licumte n am _-ut Stm’atcgus _—— _iieriii _~ , _mi Bailey Rep orter— VV . Lawton [ _Iip _kins Chap _lain—r Wi _lh _iamn 1-larper , _ALPI’IA _. PHI ALPHA _~ ? residlent— VVii fred l Lloydi Vice-Pre _sidhent—l ) _omiald 1 ) avis Cot’rcspa _u-idliiig Se ~ _rctary—Douig ’ - lass Bush Treasurer—Gi _lbcrt Mayem ’s Associate Editor of th ie Sphinx —Marti _ui J . Pm ce Chap _lain—Johmi I—Ien _dlcrsam _’u : _Scm ’geant _ at _ Am _’un s _ San _iueh B _t ’is—bam c Pam _’h ianicntari _ami— _iThom _imas _, Reed i , Ti-ic new _~ Yleci gcs of ‘ these fm’aternities are OMEGA . PSI PHI J . _ _W _. Alexander , R . C . Alexandler , 0 . Beckwith , L . W , Ky ies , W . Mad idox , I . G . Newton , C , M . Norwoodi , L . R . Perkim _is , L . J _~ ay—fom’d , A . E . Sparrow , R . _13 . We Lber , A S . Wecdin , J . N . Pollard ,, E . T . _1-Johl and _, J . R . Reynolds . KAPPA ALPHA 1 : &...
Track [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
Track Captain Durant called a meetimug - of last year ’s hcttci _’mcn r ~ — tenth ) ’ _u - i ti-ic Varsit ) r room-i-i in Rem _-idah l I-Jail . Those _who rcp am ’t—ccl were Davis , Parker , _Bum ~ ges . ~ , Martimu and Taylor . Plans wcm ’ e laid wherehv ~ _p ~ ’ ~ — _h imi narv pm’actice could be held _itt ti-ic gymnasit _mni , but sit-ice th at time ti-ic weather has broken sum f—Fuci cm it ly to permit ti-ic ath letes to initiate train it _ig out _doors . On t im e 24 th-i of Febru _mary Coach Jones _soumndh cdl the call for _au _Pu _’ospcctive track cand idates to report to _huini . Among tb os _~ ’ wrho answered _tim call were Ph _illi ps , _Tahi aferr o , _Ransomii e , Ncw _’some , Roark , D . Davis , Masot’ and Beckwr ith . Since that t im _um e these _uTt en have been pr ae—ticing dail y as far as ti-ic weather w’ihl _peruint .
The Line _-Up [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 20 March 1936
The Line _-Up FRESHIVIAN : _P _. _C _. Fi s _. _Pts ~ Ramisome , R . F . 3 0 ~ Thomas , L . F 4 _. 1 Philli ps , C 1 3 _, J . Alcxamidcm ’ , R . C . 3 , 0 Haye , L . G 3 0 , 6 A . John son , L . F . . 0 0 0 Totals 14 , 4 _, 32 SOPH . A : F . G . Fis . _. Pts . Britti _ui ~ _’hamii ‘ 1 _1 3 _Bum’gcss 3 _, 2 8 Baltinuore 0 0 0 Walker 0 1 1 Boggs 1 , 0 2 W . Tay lor 0 0 0 Totals 5 4 14
LINCOLN TROUNCES HOWARD 9-0 IN ANNUAL cLASSIC AT SHIRE PARK Lions Gain Early 2-0 Lead on Block Kick ; Score • _Touchdown in Final Minutes of Play on Pass From W . Brown to M . Taliaferro [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
LINCOLN TROUNCES HOWARD 9-0 IN ANNUAL cLASSIC AT SHIRE PARK Lions Gain Early 2-0 Lead on Block Kick ; Score • _Touchdown in Final Minutes of Play on Pass From W . Brown to M . Taliaferro Philadelphia , Pa ., November 25 . — -Before a crowd of approximately 10 , 000 cheering spectators in Shibe Park the hirty-second episode of the original and most colorful of Turkey Day Classics in Negro football was enacted thrillingly when the Lincoln Lions successfully burled back a strong challenge by the Howa rd Bisons _9-0 . Wendell Brown made his final appearance as an intercollegiate gridster . Though g ~ arded every second by the fleet forward wall and secondary of the Bisons to such an extent that his longest run was a swift 22 yard dash around right end in the second period , Brown remained the driving spark in the Lions’ offensive gestures as a scintillating ball-carrier and accurate passer ; defensively , a vicious tackler and an alert guarder against passes . The Blue and White backs ,...
_" AMACO" -TO BE , PRESENTED AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
_ AMACO -TO BE , PRESENTED AGAIN The Lincoln University Players will repeat the production of _ Amaco , Martin Flavin ’s interesting tragedy of the labor-capital controversy , on December 10 th . This will be a guest-pro-duction for the benefit of the C . I . A . A . Conference- to be held here on that date , at th e request of - President Wright . At the initial production on November 20 th , the play carried through seven episodes a rapid moving si _ory of economic struggle forced by strikinglaborers and speculating capitalist . The splendid manner in which the players essayed the mature roles of the drama , the frank and brusque realism of the workers , and the scintilating dialogue of special characters , were admirably done throughout the play . The first episode got off to a fast moving tempo set by the hum of factory machines blending harmoniously with the speedy dialogue . This made the audience alive with interest . The s ~ _oi _1 J began in 1906 where one caught a glimpse ...
RUBY ELZY _, ~ STAR OF . " PORGY AND BESS" , IS - _- IMPRESSIVE IN CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
RUBY ELZY _, ~ STAR OF . PORGY AND BESS , IS - _- IMPRESSIVE IN CONCERT _- By Cortez H ~ Allen _- - _- The star of : George _- _Gershwin ’ s Porgy and Bess , gave a spirited concert for the students and friends of Lincoln University on - Sunday afternoon , December 5 , 1937 , in the Mary Dod Brown Memorial _thapel . With a splendidly balanced program of arias and songs from the European artists and selected Negro spirituals , this colorful and versatile soprano exhibited her unique feeling of at homeness amid the cosmopolitan selections which she rendered with her usual dramatic and gripping vocalism . In her well-prepared tones that soared forth with freedom and sure control , she sang from Handel and Mendelssohn , Come unto Him and Hear Ye Israel , the first from The Messiah and the latter from Elijah . Her second _combination consisted of four songs by Brahms , the famous German musician-composer .. They were : Kom _int dir _‘ _manchxzial in den Sian , _ Rothe _Abeadwolken _zieh ...
C . _I A . A . CONFER -- ENCE AT LINCOLN DECEMBER 10 TH [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
C . _I A . A . CONFER- - ENCE AT LINCOLN DECEMBER 10 TH Lincoln University will be the host to Colored Intercollegiate Athletic Association , Friday and Saturday , December 10 and 11 , 1937 . This conclave , _according to Professor H . F . Grim , promises to be the greatest _iii the history of organized Negro athletics in the last twenty-five years . At this meeting the new rules on eligibility , officials and linesmen will be _discussed The athletic schedules of the member colleges will be made up for _- the fourteen schools . A -new _ru ng on the _rcumber of games _hi individual sports activities will be vote l upon . This is necessary since some colleges gain an unfair advantage because they are able to play a greater number of games than others which are limited by their geographical location . This was demonstrated by Virginia State College , which , because of its location , can play many more games-than Lincoln University , thereby gaining more points . Referees , linesmen an...
PRES . WRIGHT AND PROF . S . N . HILL IN EDUCATIONAL BROAD -• ~ CAST Glee Club Sings Group of Spirituals on Lincoln Broadcast [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
PRES . WRIGHT AND PROF . S . N . HILL IN EDUCATIONAL BROAD- • ~ CAST Glee Club Sings Group of Spirituals on Lincoln Broadcast The Lincoln University Glee Club sang November 22 nd on the Negro Spiritual - Hour over Station _• WDAS . The group sang spirituals for the most part . _- Professor Walter L . Wright and J . Newton Hill - spoke _• on Lincoln University and the _-liberal arts college respectivel y . Dr . Wright told of the development of - Lincoln University . Prof . Hill spoke of -the growth of the liberal arts college and its - place in society today . Among the news items broadcasted were : Announcements of the renewal of- the Howard-Lincoln - Game and Lincoln ’ s _6-6 deadlock with- North _Carolina A . and T . - The program presented was : • Sing Low , Sweet Claar _iot—Traditiona _l _Heb’n Heb ’ _n—Traditional ; Speech by Professor Wright ; Pilgrim ’ s Chorus—l _’ _schaikowslcy ; Brothers Smg ON—Greig ; Get on Boar _d—Dorsey ; Speech by . Professor - Hill ; Good News—Dorse...
HA MMOND ORGAN BEING INSTALLED IN CHAPEL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
HA MMOND ORGAN BEING INSTALLED IN CHAPEL The Music Committee of Lincoln University , according to Mr . James E . Dorsey , has purchased and is _installing an ecclesiastical model of the Hammond electrical organ , which will be in use in Mary _Dod Brown Chapel within the next few weeks . From the standpoint of advanced musical and scientific thought of the day , the Hammond organ is one of the greatest musical inventions of the century . It does not depend upon reeds or pipes , but works entirely by electrical impulse . Its beautiful lines of Gothic architecture will enhance the dignified simplicity of the interior of the chapel . The organ , which costs approximately $2000 . 00 is capable of getting the same eff ects as a $25 , 000 pipe organ . It will be almost impossible for even those who feel that they have some musical knowledge to detect the difference in tone quality between the Hammond organ and the standard pipe organ . The following experiment was performed to prove this :...
DR . GR IMKE WILLS LINCOLN $4 , 000 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
DR . GR IMKE WILLS LINCOLN $4 , 000 Dr . Francis Grimke of the class of 1870 , died this fall in Washington , D . C . He was installed - pastor of Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church of that city on July 7 , 1878 and remained its pastor until he was called in 1885 to the _Laura Street Presbyterian Church in _Jacksonville , Florida . Dr . Grimke connections with Lincoln since graduating has been in the form of contributions , and encouraging outstanding youths to come to Lincoln for their undergraduate training . Last J une he made a _dOnation of one thousand dollars . In his will he left the institution four thousand dollars .
NEW ADDIT IONS _- TO PERSONNEL [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
NEW ADDIT IONS _- TO PERSONNEL The new school year saw several new additions to our faculty and administration . Dr . _- Lawrence _. Foster in the History department , I . W . E . Taylor as psychology and philosophy instructor , Norman Gaskins in chemistry , and Rev . George Lake Imes as publicity director , are among the new additions this semester . - Dr . E . Kenneth Haviland , formerly of John Hopkins University has been added in chemistry and mathematics ; Mrs . John A . Davis is now assisting in the library . -
THE COLLEGE - _- _- - - _- _. _- _— A Community of Purposeful Adventu re By Dean - Frank T . Wilson - _- [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
THE COLLEGE - _- _- - - _- _. _- _— A Community of Purposeful Adventu re By Dean - Frank T . Wilson - _- In a period when the Searchlight of penetrating inquiry and analysis is being applied to the important institutions of Society it is evident that the institution upon which Society has relied as the Custodian of our ’ total heritage should be granted no special immunity . The history of Higher Education in the United States provides an impressive portrayal of un--flagging efforts to formulate the objectives of the College and to define its functions and organize its resources in terms of clearly stated purposes . There are clearly mar ked periods during which differing emphases have characterized the central activities of institutions of higher education . In the early Colonial period one College stated as its chief _purpose— to guarantee to posterity an educated Ministr y . At a later period another College conceived its chief task to be that of cultivating the foundations of in...
_- _- EDITORIAL W here Is Pro gress [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
_- _- EDITORIAL W here Is Pro gress We have embarked upon another academic year with certain progressive suggestions from both faculty and students . We , as _-studer ~ ts , are looking toward the student council to assume definite leadership on the campus . Student _- suggestions can only reach -fruition i ~ the Student Council will assist itself definitel y in student life . Shall the Student Council be responsible only to students or the faculty , or shall it ‘ exist to protect the rights of the students in their , relationship to the faculty ? The- welfare of the students should be the concern of the Council at all times , and individual members of the Council should not t _~ nder any circumstances be influenced by the students who are not contributing to the progress of Lincoln University . Students are _- entitled to a full and free academic life at Lincoln , and should be allowed to pursue their studies unmolested by prevalent reactionary practices . _- It has been suggested ...
Li brar y - Committee [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
Li brar y - Committee Th _~~ - _( _aCul ~~~~~~ _mtf ~ e ~ - on _‘ iibrar ~~ ’ p ~ oblem _~ _fs to be commended - for its decision to organize an advisory student committee -which will work in conjunction with them . _- The student body will then realize that they play ~ n active par t in forming the policies by which the library _‘ _m _’ managed . This will , no -doubt , help to bring a closer relationship - between the faculty and the student body , thereby benefiting both _grotlps . The plans for the addition of student advisors to the committee are now in progress , and it is hoped that this will increase the _usefullness of the library to both - the- : faculty’ añd
New Policy [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
New Policy THE LINCOLN IAN is glad to make its return to its _m any friend _’ s . Its new policy welcomes the assistance of the entire student body , faculty , and administration , We- - urgently request the members of th e alumni and friends to please cooperate with us in making contributions to THE LINCOLN IAN ’ and help us make this a real organ of expression between the general public and Lincoln University . The present members of THE LINC OLNIAN staff have pledged themselves to make this school a greater Lincoln University . What is your pledge ? Can you write ? - Then you belong with us . WE NEED YOU _- _- _- ‘ _-
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
THE LINCOLNIA N _— Pub lished by the Students of Lincoln University Semi-Monthly , During School Year . Entered as second-class mail at the Lincoln University Post Office Lincoln TJniversity , Pennsylvania EDITORIAL STAFF _KENNETH _DoDsoN E . LEW IS FERRELL ABRAM HILL LERO Y PATRICK KENNETH PHI PPS CORTE x ALL EN J ACK C . TRACEY J OSE _PH W . WOODS J ESS GLOSTER THEODORE STILL R EGI NALD HAYES ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION $1 . 00 Send subscriptions to THE LINCOLNIAN , care of Professor W . L . Wright , Lincoln University , Chester County , Pennsy lvania