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Crisis Editor Speaks at Forum [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Crisis Editor Speaks at Forum Roy Wilkins , editor of The Crisis , was presented in the Mary Dod Brown Chapel on January 13 th , at 8 _i _’ . ~~~ . under the auspices of the Lincoln University Forum . As editor of the N . A . A . C . P . publication , Mr . Wilkins has been active for many years in the fight against segregation and discrimination . Mr . Wilkins was the first of a number of outstanding persons whom the Forum _will present to the student bod y this school year . ‘
ADEN to DIRECT _- " ORACLE" ART [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
ADEN to DIRECT _- ORACLE ART Prederic _Aden of the _class of ‘ 38 was elected Art Editor for Oracle , the official organ of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity at the annual conclave held during the Christmas holidays . This is the first time than an undergraduate has been elected to the staff of the Oracle . It will be his duty to design the cover and to create headings for articles and poems in the magazine .
" Y" Cabinet and Conferences [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Y Cabinet and Conferences One of the fundamental aims of the Young Mens ’ - Christian Association the world over is practical Christianity . ‘ It plans for the progress of youth . It helps them better to face conditions as they exist in our complicated social order . Its plans _ar ~ not only made for the spiritual and moral _el&amp; _, ration of those it- purports to serve , but lays down constructive measures for their social betterment as well . Emphasis , indeed is being ’ laid more and more on the social side of Chri stianity , than any other . _- We arc not blind to Y . M . C . A ’ s activities on college campuses ~ we realize even more than ’ that what the Y . M . C . A . of Lincoln University has done . and is idoing . We are ’ not unaware of the occasional _coi ~ ferences , bridge tournaments , the deliberations of the Y Forum on Sunday _evOnings , and- the bringing to the campuses of outstanding personalities . In these and other _thingO the Y Cabinet deserves our h...
The Essenti al College _- . ‘ , ‘ By Dean George S J _’ ohhsori [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
The Essenti al College _- . ‘ , ‘ By Dean George S J _’ ohhsori It is ‘ easy to see that c ~ erything we can think of has certain char ~ cteristics or notes by means of which it is recognized , and it , is equally easy’ to s ~ e that these _notes can be _ai ~ _ri ~ n ~ ed into essentials and non-essenti _~ ils _, - Let us think now about , a college , and ‘ let us determine ‘ its _esse ~ tial ~ . The essential college is an institution characterized by the fact that there a company of enthusiastic stu dents devote themselves ‘ to liberal learning , oi the accjuireinent of that knowledge that ’ makes the soul ‘ free from all ‘ that would fetter i , ts ’ real _activity— ~ the pursuit - and the _templation of truth . ‘ ‘ Once these essential , , notes are grasped , it is possible to differentiate the college from other ‘ institutions which under present ’ conditions may be confused with it . , The essential college is not a prison . Externall y our prisons as _platined by expert ‘ peno...
Bööx’ REVIEWS _KENNETI-I DODS N . _, -: [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Bööx’ REVIEWS _KENNETI-I DODS N . _, -: ing : to become America ’ s _nurhber one - play wright . ’ Within the _laCt ’ _year and a half . he ; has ’ turned out ; four ; exercises _- _- - in drama , three in poetic verse , and one ‘ in prose . . - - , _‘ . , _.. ‘ ‘ . . . ‘; - , . ‘ Hig h _-Toi ~~ a ~ antasy ‘ in the _vOin . - of _ Ri p , Van _Winkle , is , _jj erhaps his most ’ succe ~ sful - attempt , . , _The . ~ tory ’ _, _cOntei ~ s ’ , around Vah’ , Van Dorn , ’ a ‘ - , poetic and idealistic young ‘ _maO who - owns the _moün’tain’of _High- _TOr _’ ~ _~ nd refuses ‘ to _sell ‘ it to . ent ’ erprising _cOn _~ . ’ tractors who --wish’ - to s ’ _ecurd granite : from the ‘ _mou ~ tain . ; The ’ fantasy _is _- ~ introduced’ by : the , _appOarance ., of ‘ se _~ ’eral’Dutch _settlers and their _associa- ; -tiori with- present day characters .:, - this’ way ‘ Ander ~ on’ is ‘ able t ~ ; _cofi the , c , _ustoma and ‘ _, _Oiorais of two _, ~ _ent _- _, ies and to’ _revealhis ’theories- of’...
We Are T-hankfñ _’l -For . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
We Are T-hankfñ _’l -For . Father Time has turned a new page in his book ~ f lif _~ r and ~ e have passed into a’ new year . As we look over the : high . 4 i ghts -of 1937 , we are- thankful for : , , ‘ . ‘ . _- _- ( 1 ) The beginning of our new athletic , field . ‘ , - . _‘ _, ( ~ ) Our new African art Collection . - _- _- _‘ ( 3 ) Our new Hammond organ . , . _- - - ( 4 ) $30 , 000 from the State of Pennsylvania . - - ( 5 ) A great season for basketball . . . ‘ ( 6 ) The landscaping ’ . _- _. . ‘ ( 7 ) Several hundred books added to the library . ‘ ‘~~ - - ‘( 8 ) The redecoration of the chapel ., - - _- ( 9 ) - The organized chapel program _’ _- _, ‘ - ( 10 ) Second prize in the N . _I _. D . ‘ A . dramatic tournameti _, t . ( 11 ) The return of _Tnn- LINCOLN IAN . . ( 12 ) The ’ additibns to faculty and school ‘ personnel . - ( 13 ) . The canteen . _- _‘ ‘ - . ‘ . ( 14 ) ‘ The winning of the Howard-Lincoln Game . ‘
Students ’ Divided , On Freshman Prom , : In a rec ~ nt ‘ campus-wide survey these que ’ _st _iono were ‘ asked of the student , body : , ‘ , - ‘ ‘ ‘ _- . _, ( Q ) What Negro schOol has the most’ beautiful co-eds ? ( A ) , Virginia ‘ State College . - ‘ ‘ _I - ( Q ) Do you favor a freshman prom _for Lincoln ? _- _- ( A ) . Campus equally divided on question . . ‘ ~~ ( Q ) Whom do ’ you consider the most’ popular student ‘ at Lincoln ? . ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ . _- [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Students ’ Divided , On Freshman Prom , : In a rec ~ nt ‘ campus-wide survey these que ’ _st _iono were ‘ asked of the student , body : , ‘ , - ‘ ‘ ‘ _- . _, ( Q ) What Negro schOol has the most’ beautiful co-eds ? ( A ) , Virginia ‘ State College . - ‘ ‘ _I - ( Q ) Do you favor a freshman prom _for Lincoln ? _- _- ( A ) . Campus equally divided on question . . ‘ ~~ ( Q ) Whom do ’ you consider the most’ popular student ‘ at Lincoln ? . ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ . _- ( A ) Ellárd Punjab Jackson _, , , ‘ ‘ _- _. _- _- ‘ ( Q ) ’ Whom do- you consider the most talented student at Lincoln ? - ‘ . _- . . , ‘ ( A ) : Aaron Peters . , ‘ . _- _- . _- ( Q ) ’ Whom do’ you consider the most popular professor , ? ( A ) Dr . L . ’ Fo ~ èr . , - ‘ .
The ’Liñ& _lnI ’ an .,, , , Recommends Best _Picthres : ó’f _"i" 9 ’ 3 ’ ; 7 . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
The ’Liñ&amp; _lnI ’ an .,, , , Recommends Best _Picthres : ó’f _i 9 ’ 3 ’ ; 7 . - _Tua _LINC _0 L ’ _NIAN _’ recommends _tha , ’ , , following moving pictures ~ ( 1 ) _ Ethile ‘ ~ _ola _’ ~ with Paul _;‘ _MuOi . ( 2 _) Stage Door ’ - witil - ‘ _KathCi ~ _iOe - _Hcpburii ., ’ - _‘ ~~ ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ ; - ; _. - ‘ ‘ - ‘ ( _. ~ ) The- GOod _Eiirth ’ ~~~ j _th _PCtil . Muni . _‘ ,, , _, ‘ , _- ( 4 ) ’ They , _Woi _~ ’ t ‘ , --Forget - . ~~ _iti ~ - Claude Rains . , - ( 5 ) _- Make Way For _Tomorrow , ~ ’ _a _, _ll star . - ‘ - , . . _- ‘ ( 6 ) Dead End _, ~ ’ with _Silvia- Sydn ~ r ~ , ‘ _- ( 7 ) Peter The _First ~~ Russian _’filn- _~ , _- ‘ _- ( 8 ) _ _I’ _MCt Him In _Paiis _~ ’—Caltidette Colbert . ‘ ‘ . - . ‘ - - ( 9 ) ‘ Conquest with Greta Garbq . - _- ( to ) ’ King , Solornon ’ ~ _Miii ~ s ~~~~~ _- _‘ _Paul ’ _Robesmii ‘ - ‘ ‘ ‘
‘ __ - " ‘ _-: _‘ ,: [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
‘ __ - ‘ _-: _‘ ,: ~~ _~~ I _~ , _’AN _,, u ‘ . AL . uMN ~ l ~ I . _~ ’ _- _. The : Fisk - Univer ~ ity ‘ Alu _mii _1 n Phil adel p hia in a financial campaign for ‘ the benefit , of ~ _iik succeeded ‘ in raising $17 , 450 _lCst _month . ’ _. , TEe _, _ca _~ n _.. _, paign-began in O ’ _ctobCr . - . ‘ :- ‘ - - _‘ _, ‘ , , 1 ’ , This successful work was done by twenty-two Fisk _grOduaten ‘ This , - means- U eaCh raised ‘ , ~ pprokj _rnaté _1 ~ _, , $793 . 00 , ’ ‘ _; ‘ _- _- _‘ . _: ‘ , _‘ ~ ‘ ,, , Does this mean . that _hundred ~ pf ‘ Lincoln , _Aldnir ~ i - in _Philadelphia . are .: _aileep _ot is it : th _5 t the ~ ’ _have _co _1 _~ if _, _äCd : raising - _fuflds with , raising-fun _? ‘ ‘ - ‘ ‘ _- _,. _I ~ ~ _‘ ‘ _( ? _‘ ‘
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
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Lin _coln Host to C . I . A . A . Confab Raine y Addresses Conference [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Lin _coln Host to C . I . A . A . Confab Raine y Addresses Conference The Twenty-Seventh Session of the Colored _Intercollegiate Athletic Association , with an attendance of over one hundred , was guest of Lincoln University on December 10—11 , 1937 . Thirteen colleges , all members of the C . I . A . A ., attended , as well as visitors from Winston-Salem Teachers ’ College , the National Student Division of the Y . M . C . A ., the Crime Prevention Bureau of Philadelphia and Aripstrong High School . Prof . - H . F . Grim , northern vicepresident , presided at the early sessions ; later he handed the gavel to Charles H . Williams , _pivsident . Dr . Walter Wright , President of Lincoln University , gave the welcome address to the delegates and friends . Arthur P . Chippey of St . Augustine’s College responded . Magistrate-Elect Joseph Rainey , former Pennsylvania State Boxing Commissioner and former Athletic Director of Lincoln was the guest speaker . The association advanced its pu...
Grid Men Feted With Banquet W ~ Brow n Gets Special Award [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Grid Men Feted With Banquet W ~ Brow n Gets Special Award The second annual testimonial banquet of the Lincoln University Varsity Football Squad was held in the Community Center at wrest Chester , Pa ., on December 15 , 1937 . Drs . Thomas D . Clayton and William Leon Brown , president of the Chester County and Philadelphia Alumni Association respectively , welcomed the squad and guests . President Wright , Dr . Fisher and Dr . Burwell , former president of the Philadelphia Alumni Association , gave greetings . Hon . Joseph P . Rainey , former Pennsylvania Athletic Cornfission Chairman and now a magisirate in Philadelphia , expressed a desire for competition between white and Negro colleges in sports in the future . Presentation of golden footballs to twenty-four _mem bers of the squad and the senior manager followed his address . Those who received gold footballs were Capt . Bailey , who was away practice teaching , Baker , Baltimore , Becktvith , Brock , J . Brown , S . Brown , W ...
Lincoln U ~ Cagers Face Big _ Schedule Steller Squad Is Gainin g Form [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Lincoln U ~ Cagers Face Big _ Schedule Steller Squad Is Gainin g Form Facing a tough schedule optimistically despite loss of services of eight members of last year ’s basketball aggregation , which finished in runnerup position for C . _I . A . A . honors , the Lincoln Lions are girding their loins fdr another vigorous assault upon their conference adversaries . Five members of last season ’s stellar combination—Durant , Ballard , Brisbane , Henderson and Proc—were graduated last June ; while Fisher , Simmons and Holland—capable understudies of the former group—failed to return to school last September . The nucleus of the current squad is formed by Perry Honey , sensational center hailing from _Camden , N . J . ; and John Mack Brown , scintillating forward of Orange , N . J . Both of these Jersey lads , mainstays in the ‘ 37 group , are outstanding gridiron warriors , end and halfback respectively . In addition to Honey and Brown , Oliver Beckwith of Washington , P . C . and Robert...
Boxers , Wrestle rs In Training Squads Antici pate Worth y Foes [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Boxers , Wrestle rs In Training Squads Antici pate Worth y Foes Although the grapplers and mittslingers of Lincoln University have previously won C . I . A . A . wrestling diadems in 1935 , 1936 ; tying with Hampton in ‘ 37 for premier honors in grappling , likewise tying with the _Pirates for the boxing crown in 1935 , this year ’ s prospects for a successful season in the squared circle are brighter than at any time since the inception of boxing and wrestling in the conference in 1934 . This year finds the Chester County Collegians most bountifully ’ supplied with an imposing array of bona fide and would-be pugilists and catch-as-catch-can artists . The wrestling squad is as follows : Samuel Alexander , C . I . A . A . 135 lb . champion for 1935 , ‘ 36 and ‘ 37 ; Francis Schanck , 125 lb . champion , Crew ’ e , Va . ; William Allison , Cape May , N . J ., 175 lb . champion in’ ‘ 36 ; Milton Palmer , Atlantic City , 125 lb . champion in ‘ 35 ; Warren Taylor , Columbia , Pa ., 190 l...
RIV ERO ON LEAVE AT COLUMBIA U . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
RIV ERO ON LEAVE AT COLUMBIA U . ( Continued from page 1 ) Paul , A . &amp; T ., and Union in that order . The Junior Varsity under Coach Ballard will be confronted with a ten game schedule . Ballard ’ s proteges opened with West Chester Boys’ Club Friday night , January 7 , 1938 , in the opponent ’ s community center . Expoej _ahly intere _’ sting will be the 3 . V ’ s encounter with Morgan ’ s Junior Varsity on March 1 st . Rivero will be back every week-end to be of help to Coaches Coston and Ballard . - Turning from basketball , the head coach spoke of the other winter sports , namely , boxing and wrestling . Both the punchers and grapplers should have fairly good fortune . _Intra-niural boxing and wrestling preliminaries will 1 ) 0 held on February 12 th . Only novices will be eligible for competition . Coach Rivero expressed a desire that this year ’ s int-ra-mural basketball tournament he as successful as that of last year . The competition between dormitories , class...
NATIONAL STUDENT ASSEMBLY DISCUSSES [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
NATIONAL STUDENT ASSEMBLY DISCUSSES ( Continued from page 1 ) Structure and Content of the Christian Faith . The leaders of these discussions were Edwin E . Aubrey , of the Chicago Diyinity School ; John C Bennett , of the Auburn Theological Seminary ; T . Z . Koo , of China ; Rose Terlin , of the World ’ s Student Christian Federat ion ; Howard Thurman , of Howard University ; and Henry - P . Van Dusen , of Union Theological Seminary . The main purposes of the Assembly can be summarized as follows : ( 1 ) to reconstruct the Religious strategy to fit the needs of the modern generation , ( 2 ) to share the latest ideas and information regarding the most efficient techniques for developing programs on local campuses , ( 3 ) to re-define and outline the new purposes of the Christian Faith . Lincoln was represented by Dean Frank T . Wilson ; the Y . M . C . A . sent William L . Hamilton and Joseph D . Rouhhac . - _, _-
Williams and R . Hayes Recover [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Williams and R . Hayes Recover Franklin _Williams , a Freshman , has recentl y returned from a long illness caused by appendicitis . Ho was confined to Mercy Hospital in Philadelphia . He was been selected to serve on the varsity debating squad since returning to school . - Reginald Hayes of Doylestown , Pa ., a Freshman was confined to his room during the week of January 3 rd with a sudden attack of grippe . Hayes is a member of _the LINc _0 _LNIAN staff , Lincoln University Players , and is secretary of his class .