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FRATERNITIES INI TI -ATE ON CAMPA S [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
FRATERNITIES INI TIATE ON CAMPA S The close - of the fall initiati 9 ns by the Greek Letter Fraternities on Lincoln ’ s campus finds a large number of new fraternity men in the institution . The following men have been initiated : ALPHA Pm ALPHA . Charles Bull , Henry Everett , Salathiel Brown , Wendell Logan , Livingstone Lucas , Robert Ramsey , Jack Tracey . KAPPA ALPHA _Psi . Robert Gordon ; Russell Tracy , Albert Williams , Charles Williams , John Homer , Paul Harris , Floyd Harris . OMEGA _Psi Pm . - J . ’ Harold Nichols , Theodore Trent , Caesar Marshall , Lafenu s Hutchins ,. Palmer Hunt , Francis Jamison , James Bohannon Vernon Brock , John Brown , Andrew MacDonald . _- Pm BETA SIGMA . William Hull , Christian Moorhead , Herman Smith , Robert Stitt . -
JUNIORS SEEK ANDY KI RK BAND [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
JUNIORS SEEK ANDY KI RK BAND The -junior class is making plans for a dance which is to -take place - in the 0 . V . Catto ballroom , Philadelphia , on Friday night December _- _- 17 th . The affair , from all indications , will he the most elaborate ever undertaken by any junior class of this school . The committee : of arrangement , realizing that any dance which is to be a success must be characterized by a multiplicity of young ladies , has invited various Outstanding girls’ clubs to be hostesses for the evening . - The purpose of this dance is to raise money to finance - the junior-senior prom which is held annually in the Spring of the year . Contact has been made with Andy Kirk ’ s _orcl ~ estra and also with the Sunset Royal Entertainers to provide music for the prom .
SENIOR S _I PLAY _- ~~~~ - - _~ - ~~~~~~~~~~ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
SENIOR S _I PLAY _- ~~~~ - - _~ - ~~~~~~~~~~ - ~ _Thànksgiving-flay the L _~ _coi ~ Lions closed their season with a 9—0 victory over Howard . Seven _senior ’ s _’ _Capthin -Bailey , John A , _ Hook ’ s Jackson , Ellard ‘ _- ‘ Punjab Jaékson ,-- - Warren Crude Taylor , Charles Baltimore , George Buzz Burgess and Wendell Stone Face - Brown played a large part in Lincoln ’ s victory . Wendell Brown , all C . _-I . A . A . back received an award for being the outstanding player of the game . : - - The senior class is working on the year book . - It is planning to turn out one of the best year books in _. the history of Lincoln .- - _--
LARGEST FRESHMAN CLASS SINCE ‘ 26 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
LARGEST FRESHMAN CLASS SINCE ‘ 26 This year the largest Freshmen clas 5 since 1-926 has been enrolled . There are 143 freshmen from such istant points as Des Moines , Iowa and Oklahoma City , _0 _km ., in the United States ; and Virgin Islands , British Guiana and the Union of South Africa abroad . The majority of the Freshmen have enrolled from towns in Pennsylvania . - The offi cers of the class - are : Student Council Representative Roy Nichols ; President J . Richard Coleman ; Vice President , William Garner ; Treasurer , - James Garnere ; Secretary , Walter Hayes ; Chaplain , William Chinn . -
NEW POLICY [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
NEW POLICY The Lincolian is glad to make _iti return to its many friends . Its new policy welcomes the assistance of the entire student body , faculty , and administration : We urgently request the members of the alumni and friends to please cooperate with us in making contributions to The Lincolnian and help us make this a real organ of expression between the general public and Lincoln University . The present members of the ‘ ~ LinColnian staff have pledged themselves to making this school a greater Lincoln University . What is your pledge ? Can you write ? Then you belong with us . WE NEED YOU .
FRESHME N TO _-- PRESENT GIFT [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
FRESHME N TO _-- PRESENT GIFT Freshmen are preparing for a heyday in 1941 . A fund goal has been set up for the purchase of a class present which will be donated to the University . The unique idea of-taxing each member of the class a penny each week until the day of graduation in 1941 was conceived by some of the freshmen who desired to do something constructive for the school . According to the upper classmen the plan is entirely new in the hi ~ tory _- of the institution . This class is planning a Freshmen prom early next semester .
SOPHOM ORES _- CHANGE-. OFFICER S [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
SOPHOM ORES _- CHANGE-. OFFICER S The sophomoresheld their first meeting on Tuesday , November 8 , 1937 . The main topic of - discussion was a plan to hold a Sophomore prom in the near future . - _- _‘ - _- A new secretary and treasurer were elected amely ; John Homer and Charles Adams . Other officers of the class are : President , Lafenus Hutchins ; Vice President , James ‘ Johnson ; Student Council , John Searles and Jack Tracey . -
N . I . D . A . TO MEET HERE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 10 December 1937
N . I . D . A . TO MEET HERE The Negro -Intercollegiate Dramatic Conference Association will be held here in January . Three one-act plays , one to be here presented early in January . The Virginia Union University Players will be presented here in February . The Lincoln University Players will participate in the N . I . D . A . Festival in Philadelphia next spring , and the season will close with the annual spring production .
Chas _. Ballard to Assist In Coaching Duties ; • Coach Rivero on Leave [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Chas _. Ballard to Assist In Coaching Duties ; • Coach Rivero on Leave Director to Stud y on Masters Degre e at Columbia U . Class of ‘ 37 Grad _~ ind Former Star Will Aid _ Coston Before leaving the Lincoln campus for a semester of work at his alma mater , Columbia University , Coach Manuel Rivero announced the plans for the winter athletic season . The Director of Athletics will begin studying in February and will receive his Masters degree in Physical Education in June . During Rivero ’ s absence his coaching chores will be taken over by his assistant , Dr . Wayman _Coston . In addition to stepping into ’ the head coach’s job in basketball and track , Dr . Coston will supervise the athletic program of the University in general . Charles A . ( Dusty ) Ballard , hero of many a ’ hotly contested court game last year , will aid Coach Coston during basketball season . As for the team itself , Rivero stated , It should be in shape . Of course , we are not under-estimating the loss of n...
National Student Assembly _DISCIISSBS Pressing _ Problems Dean Wils ~ n Leads Group at Miami U . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
National Student Assembly _DISCIISSBS Pressing _ Problems Dean Wils ~ n Leads Group at Miami U . Pertinent social and religious problems confronting the youth of the world were discussed by more than eighteen hundred delegates , among whom were over seventy-five students from other ~ ‘ _is , from over seven hundred colleges ~~ universities in America at the ational Assembly of _Student Christian Associations which was held on the campuses of _Miami University and Western College of Oxford , Ohio from December 27 th to January 1 st . Each day’s program began with worship services which were conducted by Bishop William Scarlett _, who is _bishop of the Episcopal 1 ) iocese of _Missouri . The daily programs were • divided into three sections ; the morning section was devoted to Commissions , each of . which undertook a specific type of situation or a major problem _bonfronting Christian students today . There were Commissions on such problems as The Student and Campus Living , ‘ Studen...
EXAMINATION SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
EXAMINATION SCHEDULE Unless otherwise indicated , examinations will be held in the re gular classrooms . (*) _! _udici ~ tes examination will be held in Physics Lecture Room . Wednesday , January 19 8 : 30 A . M . * General Biology . * _General Physics . * Theoretical Mechanics . 2 : 00 p ~ M . Comparative Democracies . 0 . T . History . Thursday , J anuary 20 8 : 30 A . M . Money and Banking . * phflosophy of Education . * European History . 2 : 00 p ~ M . Musical Form . Christian Doctrine . English Novel . Friday , January 21 8 : 30 A . M . * Fres _~~~ _an English . Biochemistry . 2 : 00 p ~ M . * Histology . _* _Anclent Civilization . * _political Theory . * 2 nd Year Psychology . Saturday , January 22 8 : 30 A . M . * Latin A . * _Latin B . * Latin C . * Latin D . * Greek A . * Gre ~~ B . * Greek C . _* Physical Chemistry . Monday , January 24 . 8 : 30 A . M . * _parasitology . * Qualitative Analysis . Anthropology . _, _‘ Principles Health and Physical Education . Aesthetics of...
LiOL ~ Cagers Turn Back St . Paul In Extra Session of Hecti c Game [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
LiOL ~ Cagers Turn Back St . Paul In Extra Session of Hecti c Game And the Lions’ basketball quintet believe , too , that truth is stranger than fiction As Vernon Brock and Jess Gloster added the telling touches , Manny Rivero ’ s Blue and Gold cagers sent Chester Smith ’ s Orange and Black five of St . Paul down to a _47- _~ -44 defeat in regulation game and an extra period of breath-taking basketball . The hotly contested tilt was played on the victor ’ s court last Saturday night . In the fading moments of the fray with the court reading 41—3 2 against , them , the home boys started a rally which sent the fans into ecstasy . Goon Ramsey , Johnny Mack Brown , Perry Honey , and finally Gloster and Brock all contributed in the uprising which sent the game into an extra session . Honey , fighting like mad to bring the Orange and Blue out on top , got away under the basket , patting Lincoln ahead 45—43 at the beginning of the abbreviated period . Gaiter ’ s charity toss made the score...
HARRY CAMPBELL DEDICATES NEW ORG AN Chorus Sings Special Numbers [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
HARRY CAMPBELL DEDICATES NEW ORG AN Chorus Sings Special Numbers Mr . Harry W . Campbell , Hammond Organist at the John Wanamaker Store in Philadelphia , dedicated the new Hammond Organ in the Mary Dod Brown Memorial Chapel January 7 th , at _S _i _’ . _ie . before a large audience . _Assisted by the Lincoln University Chorus , he presented Toccato in G Major—Du Bois , _Melocly —Dawes , Claire de Lune _—Debussy , _ _Ivlinuet —Ghys , Brothers , Sing On —Greig , and Serenade —Schubert , Lieber-stra-um —Litzt , The Angel Done Changed My Name , Deep River , Nobody Knows The Trouble I ’ ve Seen , Toccato and Fugue in D Minor — _’Bach , Thou Art The Redeemer — _’Bogard , Didn ’t My Lord Deliver Daniel , My God Is So High , The Swan — _Saizit-Saens , Capricca —Campbell and Largo—Handel . After the program , Mr . Campbell illustrated some of the advantages of the Hammond Organ . He pointed out the infinite number of percussion effects and tone qualities which are possible in the Hammond Org...
NEGRO ART LX _‘ HIBIT PLACED IN LIBRARY [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
NEGRO ART LX _‘ HIBIT PLACED IN LIBRARY ) fn the art gallery of the Vail Meniorial Library , there is now an exhibition of Negro sculpture paintings in oils , water colors , etchings , wood and brass , owned by the Harmon Foundation of New York . The exhibition opened on January 4 th , and will close on January 25 th . It is being presented through the efforts of’ Mrs . Robert Labaree , curator for the library . The collection of approximately thirty-five pieces includes the works of such outstanding Negro artists as Laura Wheeler Waring , William H . Johnson , Palmer Hayden , and Gray Johnson . There are also eight pieces of carving by Leslie Garland Boiling in the exhibit . This collection of Negro sculpture was assembled by the Harmon Foundation for special exhibition in colleges and _pniversities . The collection comes to Lincoln University directly from ‘ Miami University in Oxford , Ohio , where it was on exhibition during the Christmas holidays at the meeting of the-National ...
Honorary Society Elects Members [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Honorary Society Elects Members At the morning chapel service on January 7 , 1938 , Beta Kappa Chi Honorary Scientific Society admitted into the group two new men , Charles B . Simmons and John Oliver Beckwith . Betta Kappa Chi has now five members in Alpha Chapter . Charles D . _Bontier , treasurer , in giving a history of the society , said its rigid qualifications have always kept the group small numerically . _‘ It requires all candidates to have an average of not less than 1 . 8 in the sciences , with no failures or fourth groups _iii any other subjects . Beta Kappa Chi was founded in 19 , 22 at Lincoln University . It has chapters in many other schools , including Morgan , Howard , Virginia Union , Virginia State and Johnson C . Smith . Cyril H . Gaines , president , presented the certificates to the new members . Arthur L . Johnson , secretary , presided . These local officers are also the national president , secretary , and treasurer of Beta Kappa Chi .
N . I . B . A . Directors Meet Here Jan . 17 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
N . I . B . A . Directors Meet Here Jan . 17 The Negro Intercollegiate Dramatic Association will hold a special meeting at Lincoln University on January 17 , 1938 . It will be attended by directors and officers of the dramatic organizations of seven member _schools ~ . Shaw , A . &amp; T ., Morgan , Virginia Union , Howard , Virginia State , and Lincoln . The association , formed in 1930 , will make plans for the annual Drama Festival to be held in Philadelphia this spring , at which time Lincoln will be host . At this festival each school will present a one-act play , and discuss methods for the development of drama in collegiate life . Prof . J . N . Hill and the Executive Committee of the Lincoln University Players will receive the Association members .
FRESHMEN PENALIZED [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
FRESHMEN PENALIZED The week of January _2—i was the first of the Freshmen Red Letter Weeks in which the freshmen were required to attend all chapel services , make up beds for upper classmen , and comply with the rules in the freshmen handbook . This was effected by the Student Council in _i _. _ts efforts to enforce these rules against those freshmen who have failed to conform . The Sophomore Class _expre ~ sed its gratification for this move through its president , Lafenus Hutchins . He said , _ In view of the current restrictions on _freshmen hazing , the Sophomore Class wishes to thank and to commend the Student Council in its attempt to solve this problem . We hope there will be no necessity for another ‘ Freshmen Red Letter Week’ . The Faculty Committee on Student Personnel also gave its endorsement to thi ~ step . _-
Rev . _Dillinghani In Vital Chapel Talk [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Rev . _Dillinghani In Vital Chapel Talk The Reverend Mr . John _Diflingham , former associate executive secretary of the Emergency Peace Campaign , was guest speaker at the morning worship service on Sunday , January 9 th . Reverend Diliingham , in his sermon Religion Faces a Disillusioned Age , analyzed some of the perplexing problems which have always puzzled college men . The wise man , however , he said , _ should take a long range view of history and mankind if he would see God working in the world . _lie _‘ said further , that college men face the task of furnishing guidance to the plain man in the street who has a hunger for real leadership . Rev , Dillingham also led the _ Y ‘ forum on Sunday evening .