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MURR AY BOXES IN TRENTON [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
MURR AY BOXES IN TRENTON Frank . Murray , promising boxer from Trenton , N . J . successfully met all opponents in an aniature boxing contest sponsored by the Trenton Times during the period between December 20 th and 27 th . Murray , a member of the Freshman class , reached the finals which he lost by a close decision . He was acclaimed by the sponsor as a hard hitter and a good fighter . With three years experience in the amatuer ranks , he plans to turn professional on finishing Lincoln . The Times regarded Lincoln ’ s boxing squad as having a good boxer in Murray .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Next fall , when the Lions trot on the gridiron , Hooks Jackson , Buzz Burgess , Crude Taylor , Chan cy Baltimore , Punjab Jackson , Stoneface Brown will not be there . This June will mark _finis to their colorful collegiate athletic careers .
ANNOUNCEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
ANNOUNCEMENT The _LSNCOLNIAN will condueb a contest to determine an appropriate name for our school canteen . The name Canteen does not suggest a collegiate grill so we of the Staff are suggesting that the name be changed . We welcome suggestions for the selecting of the best name . A very important announcement will be made in the next issue of the _LINCO LNIAN . -Watch : for it . -
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
SCHEDULE BASKETBALL Jan , 18 A . &amp; T . at Lincoln . 22 Va . Union at Lincoln ( 3 . 30 p . Feb . _1 Fayetteville Normal at Lincoln . 2 Miner Teachers’ College at Lincoln . 4 Morgan at Baltimore , 5 Va . State at Lincoln . 10 Morgan at New York . 11 Game Pending : West Point at West Point 12 Morgan at Orange , N . J . 17 Va . State at Ettrick , Va . 18 St . Paul at Lawrenceville , Va . - 19 Howard at Washington . 22 Howard at Orange , N . J . 24 J . C . Smith at Lincoln . 25 Va . Union at Richmond , Va . 26 Miner Teachers at Washington . Mar . 1 Morgan at Lincoln . _- 4 Howard at New York , JUNIOR VARSITY SCHE DULE Jan . 7 W . Chester CC at West Chester . 13 W . Chester CC at _Lincoln . 15 Crispus Attucks- CC at Lincoln . Feb . 2 St . Simon ’s YC at Lincoln . 24 Wilmington Comets at Lincoln . 11 Lincoln at Crispus Attucks , York , Pa Mar . 1 Morgan Jayvees .
- ~ ‘ _:. _., ‘ - ; ‘ _:. . - ~~~~~~~~~~ - ‘ _- _, _~ . _.- ~~~~ :. NEGR O HIST ORY _- Franci S Nkr uthah - - - - _- [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
- ~ ‘ _:. _., ‘ - ; ‘ _:. . - ~~~~~~~~~~ - ‘ _- _, _~ . _.- ~~~~ :. NEGR O HIST ORY _- Franci S Nkr uthah - - - - _- In introducing’ certain aspects _‘ _ol Negro histOry ~ into the cOlumns _ol THE _LINcoLNIAr ~ I offer no apology . The mission of Lincoln University ‘ is _: the - cause ’ of Negro : ’ ed _~ ication _’ _i ~ dynamic . And if , indéed ~ she ~ serves as the cradle - in which Negro’ youths ‘ are - being nursed- - -and nurtured , for Negro leadership , . then I submit that a thorough knowledge of Negro history is indispensable in , their -training . ‘ _- _, Who are the makers of history , but those individuals who caught the torch of - inspiration , lit- by _. the fire - of the achievements of the makers’ : of their past -histo ~ y _? A conntr ~ or ~ ace’without _tbe knowledge of its past . is tantamount to a ship _~ _fvithout a , _pilOt . Thus motivated , _I’ hope to- demonstrate - in this and subsequent ‘ writings the _i ~ ol ~ the ’ Negro has played _j n-past -civilizati...
Swing as Campus Rabble Gather for Daily Sessions [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Swing as Campus Rabble Gather for Daily Sessions The gathering place for the elite of the rabble is now ‘ the Canteen , ‘ - _ Bei Mir Bis’ du’ Schoe ~ , . the theme song of , the -group , is played over and over again on ~ the nickelodeon the’ most popular instrument on the cath ~ us . To the weird inprovised . harmonies indulged in by , a small number of ~ Mad Nickellodlers , one - heavy set individual does a sQlo version of the Sl’iag _ and the Big ’ Apple . ’ _. ‘ The meal ~ at the _réfOctory -is over and , tho , se belonging tO the Canteen Society—Lincoln ’ s version , of’ ‘ cafe . _society— -are _arTiving _onO by . o ne for their daily gathering and discussion - of the chief topics and’ interest on- the campus . - One of , the ‘ charter memb ’ ers has acquired a cigar . from some source unknown to , the group ; so , . ‘ thany individual s are giving their opinion as to how they believe he acquired the _‘ cigar . - _- . _- The meetings don ’t get into full session’ until’ about ...
~ _E’XAMiNATI _~~~~ . _’ ; _- _, SCHEDLJLE ’ , _: [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
~ _E’XAMiNATI _~~~~ . _’ ; _- _, SCHEDLJLE ’ , _: ( _Contintied from page _, _!) Wednesday , Jar _~ Oar ~ 2 . _’ _‘ . ‘ : , _- _‘ 8 : 30 . A , M . ’ ‘ ‘ , _. ; : ‘ , * Fr Mathematics _* _Analytlo Geometry * 2 nd Year Calculus 200 P M El Economics 1 ~ ’th Century Literature _MunicipalGovernment Logic . ‘ ~ ‘ : ‘ . ‘ - , ‘ , , _, : ~ ‘ _‘ _.: _ ‘ ‘ Thursday , January 27 _:. , ~ , _- : _- _, ‘ , ~~ _. ‘ ‘ , . _* Gen _Chemistry Ethic Psychology Exercise and Physiology _Survey ~ of American Literature , ’ Med Civilization ~ History of Music * Embryology Intro _Sociology d * Ame ~ _can Government _* _Intro to PhilOsophy _FriJay , January ~ 8 S 30 A M ‘ ~ _Fs ~ ench A _: ’ :, _. _. ‘ :. . * F ~ nch _, E ‘ — _. : ~~ ‘ - ‘ _. _- , * _FrenOh O : , - _- _‘ _- ‘ _~~~ _‘ _ _. _Frénoh , _’D . . ‘ ‘ : _‘ ‘ ‘ ~ ‘ _. ,, * Mammalian Anatomy * Organic Chemistry _- _- ‘‘ Argumentation . _- _. _‘ _~~~ ‘ ‘ : Philosophy of the State Saturday , January 29 8 : 30 A . M .. ‘ :- . ~ _German-A ~ _,- , ‘ - _‘‘ ...
" Men- of- Stren gth " Theme of Dr . Kiñg [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Men- of- Stren gth Theme of Dr . Kiñg On Sunday , December 12 , 1937 , Rev . William Herbert King , _Natioiial Youth Secretary of the Y . M . C . A _., was guest speaker at the morning _- chapel- service . H _1 s theme was : Men of Strength . - _- - - - Rev . King _‘ ~ ubmitted three prere- :- ~~ _isjteS for those who would be’men of strength . First , they must be working men . Rev . King said : Modem education tends : to destroy this emphasis .- Mythological culture of different talk , especially the punish- . ment of man as described in Genesis , seems to say . that work is the result of some sin as punishment . It is a sin to be idle because one does not give himself an opportunit y for his best development . The Christian Church _remained at work- by beginning to fight , som ’ ething . . It was mOst itself when it was fighting . It began to die as soon as it . stopped fighting . Then , ‘ too , good - workmanship is the only way to express’ practically one’s character . Characte...
Harlem _BOycotts Public Ut ilities [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Harlem _BOycotts Public Ut ilities New York City is about tb witness one of the’ most e ~ tensive boycotts known in its history . ‘ The leading colored citizens are to launch a boycott against the public utility companies of the _Qotl ~ m city in an effort to’ have ‘ Negroes _- placed in positions other-than menial jobs , such as porters and maids . . The New York Edison Company which supplies gas and eleatricity for New , Yorkers , and the New York Telephone ’ Company will be the _, first public utilities to suffer under ‘ the unusual bpycott , according’ to the Rev . A . Clayton Powell , j r ., pastor . of Harlem ’s large Abyssinia Baptist Church , The ’ young Rev . ’ Powell ’ stated that Harlemites will cut - the income of the New - York Edison ’ Company approximately ‘ $2 , 000 , 000 weekl y by shutting -Off -their gas and electricity one day each week . ‘ Th e New York Telephone Company will also sustain a great _: _ioss when telephones in Harlem ’ are used the minimum . When t...
Ka ppa Alph a Psi . ‘ Presents Dr . Hill [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Ka ppa Alph a Psi . ‘ Presents Dr . Hill On December 14 , 1937 , as part of its Founders ’ . Day Program , Epsilon Chapter ‘ of Kappa Alpha Psi Fra ~ termty presented Dr . ’ Leslie Pinckney Hill , president of Cheyney Teachers ’ College , as guest speaker in the Mary Dod Brown Chapel . ‘ ‘ Dr . Hill said _itt his , address that students who are being educated should try to develop the capacity for good j udgments . Good _judgments , he said , affect one ’ s relations _wIth others , one’s appraisal of himself , and results in achievement , The man of good judgment has , first , a careful regard for the ‘ other man . Especially is this true if the other fellow is ignorant , or does _, not agree with him . Second the man of ’ good judg ment - does not over-rate himself ; he is not Self-sufficient , There is a proverb which states that the river grows powerful _beCause it is lower than all the rest of the streams . Finally , said Dr . Hill the man of good judgment wants to be right and ...
E , DI _Iit "; S MAIL BOX [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
E , DI _Iit ; S MAIL BOX Sirs : _‘ . _‘ ‘ ‘ _:. , _: , _. ‘ . ‘ , R ’ ~~ uest ’ s _recei _~ ’ed for inf p ~ _mation _re _, _latiye . to : Negro ~ invehtórs . _eviden ~~ new interest in Negroes who , _havö made cOntributiOnè to the Nation ’ s progress . In’ order to ‘ stimulate • thi ~ , - interest ‘ and to bring ‘ talented ‘ Wegroes to the attention of the _general’ptiblic , -we are ‘ now gathering , information which we hope to , máké available -in booklet forth . - ‘ . ‘ We are handicapped , hOwever , i ~ 4 that the’ Unitéd _St’ates Patent Office _~ ’ ~~ _doee _, , not ‘ ~ làssify patentees by race .. Therefore , we are asking you to ‘ let your ‘ readers kno * ’ what ‘ we . are at- -- ’ tempting . . .. ‘ ‘ By writing to ‘ _the ’ unde _~ _signed , ’ you may obtain additional material : • _, Our ’ ‘ findings ’ when ’ published ‘ will _bc- , ’ available for your use ’ ~ , , . , , , : CHARLES ~~~ . ~~~~~~ . _- Specialist , Negro ‘ StatiStics , _- Department of _Cdmtherâe _~ ’ - , Wash...
PRIZE S - AWAIWED FOR ORATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
PRIZE S - AWAIWED FOR ORATIONS On the nigh ~ of December 12 th ’ the Kappa Alpha _Psi ~ fraternity ‘ held their annual oratorical contest in’ the chapel . Fourteen contestants entered the ’ contest and’ made it necessary . to’ hold _,. _an elimination contest , , The successful finalists on _De _, co _1 nber ~ 10 bh _- ~ ~ vere _’ ~ Jesse Gloater ~ _amnel C _~ _rpenter _i _4 _l ~ ju _li ~ n DeCosta , Rby ~ Nichols , _Cottez 4 _Ulèfl , à ~ d ~ ’J ~ rne ~ Baker , - ’ . _ . . ’ ‘ ~~ - - ‘ - The’ contestants spoke on a ’ _variety of subjects . Among Them were ; The Negro , - War L ~ bOr Trbubles , nd _ Th , e ~ _Constitution _. The first ballot cast resulted in . ‘ a tie . Samuel _Carpenter . _wa ~ vote , d first prize ’b y the judges and Roy Nichols second’ prize _in a’ re-vote , Their orations : were- entitled , The _Elimination of War , and The _ Menace , respectively , ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ Talmadge : _pinck ~ ey is _poleiparch ‘ of Epsilon , the lqcal chapter of the’ Kappa _~ 1 _pha ~~ s _aterni...
_- New Members Qualify ‘ . For Debate - - Team ’ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
_- New Members Qualify ‘ . For Debate - - Team ’ _- On Friday ,- November 1 ~ th ‘ the Delta Rho , Forensic societ y’ held its annual try-outs for the debating team . Each candidate was given three topics , and was required to prepare both sides of all the _quOstiolis . The uestions were : ’ Resolved : That ’ the building of Negro business is an effective means of solving , the economic problems ’ of the Negro ; ‘ Resolved : That , the president ’ s plan ‘ for enlarging the Supreme Court should’ _bO _apploved by congress ; and Resolved : That the intervention in , China by Japan is justified . Jack _Tracey , of the varsity debating squad , presided at ‘ the tryouts . , Professor J _, N _, Hill , debating mentor , served as a judge ; Mr . Id ~ l W . Taylor assisted . The new members chosen for the team were Lendall Chase , Kenneth Phipps , James Rhea , Herman Smith , and Franklin Williams
Y ’ -Membérs View ‘ Fe’ls Planetari um At ‘ Frankl in inSt [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Y ’ -Membérs View ‘ Fe’ls Planetari um At ‘ Frankl in inSt The Y . M . C . A . of Lincoln University sponsored a trip to the Fels -Planetarium ’ at Franklin Institute in Philadelphia , Saturday afternoon , December 11 th , ’ - _‘ Having arrived at the planetarium ‘ the large delegation of students were ushered into the lecture’ room . A study of the stars which appeared at the birth of Christ was presented ’ The students explored the institution after the lecture and after haying seen a large number ’ of disp lays , exhibits , demonstrations , and slides ; the students returned to school . - _- , _Talmadge Pin ’ _ckney , -pres ident of the Y stated that this type of trip is highly beneficial to the student body . because of the high educational value and that future trips to concerts plays , exhibitions , museums , theatres , and student gatherings are being planned .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Musical RevUe ~ To Be _ PreseNted Several members of the student body _bave conceived the idea of Writing a _thtirical _revue ~ with an eye to jM ~ _eSeiIt ~ ing it next _semester They _plan to create the entire _sl _1 ow ~ _mti ~ ic , sketches , _dattces , scenery , and _cdstttthes _If their plan is succçssful it Will be one of the first musicals of _itS kind to _~~~ , presented at a Negro college All those _wl _~ io _~ irc interested in p . fr _ticipatu ~ g in any of the creative ele ments can do so by contacting Kenneth _: Dod ~ on , _Ashrnun 13 , for further information
Glee Clu b To Go West [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Glee Clu b To Go West Plans have been made for the Lincoln University Glee Club ’ s twelfth annual tour . This year the group will make its , first western tour , going ~ to , Chicago . The tour will begin- April 14 th and end April 28 th . Alumni ’ groups have made concerts possible in several cities , Recitals will be’ given ’ in Harrisburg and , Williamsport in Pennsylvania ; Columbus Cleveland , and Wilberforce University _iii Ohio ; Indianapolis- and - Gary _, ih , ‘ Indiana ; Chicago , Illinois ; Louisville , Kentucky ; . and’ West Virginia State College .-
Scholarship Dance . Draws Crowd [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 18 January 1938
Scholarship Dance . Draws Crowd -The New York Club of Lincoln University presented a ‘ scholarship dance in New York City on December 23 rd . _‘ _l ~ his group ; organized at Lincoln University , ’ seeks to . set up a scholarship fund which will enable worthy high school graduates in _’New York tO attend Lincoln University . The dance was well attended’ and received support , from many interested persons . - The dance was given at the Club Danceland ‘ in New York City . The music was , furnished by Leon Gross and his ‘ Society Orchestra .