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DECLARATION OF RIGHTS OF YOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
DECLARATION OF RIGHTS OF YOUTH • Our gener ation is rightfully entitled to a useful , creative and happy life , the guarantee of which are : full educational and recreational opport unities , steady employment at adequate wages , security in time of need , religious freedom , civil liberties , _and peace . . _. — _from the Declaration of Rights of American Youth , adopted Milwaukee , July 4 , 1937 . )
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
March 18 . Boxing and Wrestlin g—Lincolr ~ vs . Virginia State . 19 _Movies— Dead End 20 Piano Recital — Mrs Anna Wilson 21 Talladega Debate—Compulsory Arbitration of _Laboi Disputes 26 Movles— Good Earth • 29-31 Negro Business SerIes—Ph i Beta Sigma April 1 Junior Prom 2 Movies— _Llfe of _Emile Zola
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
H , THE LINCOLNIAN Published b ~ the Students of Lincoln University Monthl y , During School Year Entered as second Class Matter at the Lincoln University Post _Oihce , Lincoln University , Pennsylvania EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief _..,. .............. ........,,,, Kenneth S . Dodson Managing Editor Le Roy Patrick Make-up Editors , . _. _. ......... ......., ,,., Cortez Allen , Jesse Glostei ’ Sports Editor , .. ~~~ _...,,,,..,,,. _,.....,,,,,,,..,, ,,,, Theodoi’e Still Frederic Aden Roy NIchols Phillip S . Randolph James Baker Kenneth Phipps Jack C . Trace )’ E . Lewis Ferrell Rufus Shorter _~ ‘ _Iartin Waters Regi nald Hayes C . Warren Smith Joseph Woods _ANNU AL SUBSCRI P TION $1 . 00 Volume V Mai’ch 23 , 1938 Nu m ber 3
Boxers , Wrestlers Prep for Tourney SEEK CIAA TITLE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
Boxers , Wrestlers Prep for Tourney SEEK CIAA TITLE In its three meets to date , Lincoln ’s boxing and wrestling teams have made a favorable Impression on both their coaches and followers . Coach L . U . Gibson ’ s Douglass High School _ringstem’s opposed the Lions in their meet FrIday , March 4 , in Baltimore , Paced by Ta nk Gilmore ’ s for-ty-five second pin , the local grappIers vanquished their Baltimor foes _6-1 . Hervey Jenkins dropped a questionable decision In the 155lb . class fo r the only Orange and Blue loss , In the _othem’ matches Ha rvey Clark , Philo Lee , Joe Knight , and Lank Webber pinned their opponents , while Schaneks gained the decision in the 125-lb . division . The pugilists were the victims of a close 4-3 loss , Merchant and Stevenson fought to a draw In the 155-lb . class . _Talor and Murray continued their winning ways among the 135 _Pounders , Sumner , Fowkles , and Holland lost to Coach Gibso n’s representatives in the 145lb ., 125-lb ., and 145-lb . ~...
Mrs . Harrin ~ fon Speaks for " Y " . ‘On Race Relations [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
Mrs . Harrin ~ fon Speaks for Y . ‘On Race Relations As a forerunner to the annual race relations emphasis in colleges , churches , and civic organizations which was held throughout ‘ the United States , a few weeks ago , the Lincoln University Y . M . C . A . presented Mrs . Elizabeth Smith Harrlngton as speaker at their Sunday evening Forum . Her subject was , Goals and Strategies In Race Relations . Mi ~ s . Harrington presented two _pholosophies of mace relations ; biracialism or segregation , and coinmon group life . Although she felt that the coming of the new eco nomic order would not erase all racial friction , she did belive that political , social , and economic advantages would result . Howard Kester Speaks On Southern Economic Evils Howard Kester , organizer of the Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union , and Secretary of the _Com mittee on Economic and Racial Justice , spoke at the Forum on Monday evening , February 7 , on the subject , Slavery in the Cotton Country . Mr . Kest...
Ba keteers CIosé ~ Dism 1 Season [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
Ba keteers CIosé ~ Dism 1 Season Lincoln ’ s basketeers have just concluded their 1938 court campaig n . Winding up the season by losi ng the last game to Morgan 4222 , then journeying to New York where they dropped a 46-29 decision to Howard . The Orange and Blue dribblers wrote finis to a record which stands as the lowest In Lion court annals for the past decad e . During the current schedule only the stellar Honey remained as a regular performer from last season ’ s squad , runnerup In the C . I . A . A . race , while the _only other _Thmniliar faces on the roster were Johnny Mack Brown , and Goon Ramsey . Thus It was that this year ’ s aggregation comprised two seniorsr , one junior , fi ve sophomores and five freshmen , Ken Brown and Mo Jones will be lost to the ‘ 39 squad , leaving V . Brock , _, J . Brown , P . Honey , R . Engs , C . Haye , F . Morton , W . Hobson , R . Ramsey , J . Gloster , J . Walls , and J . Dorsey to fight on for their Alma Mater . L . U . Opp . _66 Wiss...
Intr amural Tournament Standi ngs [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
Intr amural Tournament Standi ngs The Intramural Tournament has been merrily rolling along during the past four weeks with competition very keen , The team standings , team scores and individual scores are as follows : Dormitory League _‘ W . L . rts . Cresson 8 2 16 _* Douglass House 8 3 16 Houston 5 3 10 Renda _ll 2 6 4 Ashmu _im 0 8 0 Fraternity League Omega 7 0 14 Kappa 5 3 10 ’ Alpha 3 5 6 Sigma 0 7 0 _Independent League Chumps 8 0 16 Speed Devils 5 3 10 Roaches 1 5 2 Rens 1 6 2 _TIBAM SCORING Team F . _G _. F . G . F . T . F . C . T . Speed Devils 121 13 _35 43 261 Omega _110 _18 _53 35 260 Chumps 107 27 58 20 241 _INDIVIDUAL SCORING Team _0 . F . G . _1 _’ . G . F . T . T . _Blaloek-S . 0 . 7 42 5 _1 _) 80 _Giass—Chumps 7 35 5 13 75 _— ~~ ? _. ~ _on-ICappa 8 _81 10 30 72 _Mel ~ _JonalcI-Om . 7 30 2 6 62 _Loe-D . H . 8 26 0 17 61 Singleto n-C , 8 28 2 _6 _68 _tlIaeh team receives two _points for the w inn _ing of a league _conteut ,
Five Stud ents End College Careers Taylor , Hill , Pe r inchief , Jéf -ferson , Graves , Mid-Year ‘ Grads [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
Five Stud ents End College Careers Taylor , Hill , Pe r inchief , Jéfferson , Graves , Mid-Year ‘ Grads No longer will one greet Abe Hill , Charles Perinchief , Robert Graves , Jute Taylor , or Thomas Jeerson on Lincoln ’s campus , These men finished their courses with the close of the past semester , Abram Hill , ‘ of New York City Intends to continue his studies at Yale School of Fine Arts . He is interested in dramatics and has WI’itten a number of plays . During his last two years at Lincoln he was assistant in dramatics to Professor J . N . Hill , A tr ackman and actor , Charles Perinchief , hailed from Boston , Massachusetts , Chief intends to matriculate at Boston Law School . With the departure of Julius Taylor , LThcoln lost _all excellent pole vaulter and musician . Robert Graves , Lincoln’s Louis Armstrong , ’ was a stern advocate of bigger and better Negro business . It is his ambition to enter this field . Nor shall we enjoy any longer the presence of diminutive Thomas ...
Pocono Conference [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
Pocono Conference Continued from bage _I _. _’ of’ the intellectual duti _~ s ~ of . college are emphasized , the cdoperation ~ th thinking is not discussed nor the _m atter of ridding colleges of do do professors , However , the assemblage decided that ho different system would function properly unless the _indlvTduals in that society were changed accordingly . Schools represented at’ the conference were : Ursinus ~ University of Pennsylvania , Temple , Johns Hopki ns , Bucknell , Aibright , St . Lawrence , Montclair State Teacher ’ s College , Howard , New York University , Columbia , Lehigh , New College , Union Theological Seminary , Penn State , Maryland Seminary , and Lincoln University . The report of the Lincoln delegates will be _given this week either in chapel or at a Y . M . C . A . forum . They will make recommendations to the student body , and the men will discuss the social angle , the value of the conference , ‘ and its ac—complishments ,
FRATERNITIE S TO DISCUSS BETTE R NEGRO BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
FRATERNITIE S TO DISCUSS BETTE R NEGRO BUSINESS The spring educational programs of the four fraternities on the campus will begin on March 29 , when Phi Beta Sigma will foster Its Bigger and Better Business Week through April 3 . DIfferent aspects of the subject will be discussed by the other three fraternities , Better Negro Business will be discussed by Alpha Phi Alpha ; March 30 , the Colored Merchants Association and Consumer Cooperatives by Omega Psi Phi ; March 31 , The Negro Student and Business by Kappa Alpha Psi ; April 1 , The Future of Negro In Business by Phi Beta Sigma . Sunday afternoon , April 3 , Sigma will present James Albert Jackson , business specialist and former special agent conected with the Bureau of For eign and Domestic Commerce in the United States Department of Commerce . On May 6 , Phi Beta Sigma will give its ~ first annual spring dance ~ K appa Alph a Psi will hold Its annual ’ Guide Right Week from AprIl 4 to 10 . Its second ann ual da nce will be he...
SCHOLARSHIP STANDING [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
SCHOLARSHIP STANDING _c’oatintic’d from page _1 ln gston , H . C . Norris , jr ., J . H . Payne , J . N . Rhea , J , R . _Searles , and J . C . Tracey , II . The groupings in tile j unior class were as follows : first group : J . 0 . Beckwith , C ~ D . Bonnne r , A . I . Johnson , Jr .,, and F . N . Nkrumah ; second group ~ W . E . _Grlggs , B . A . Hewlett , J . J ~ Higgs , L . T .. Jackson W _, I . Joh _nsom ~ , A . L _, _Lammier , W . N . Malbon , I . G . New ton , L . Patrick , W Ransom , _Ill . C . Robinson , C . B . Simmons , H . L . Thomas , B . T , Tildon , and M . V . Waters . The senior class , second group men were : H . P . BaIley , ~ L _. ’R . Cain , D . F . Davis B . t . Ferrell , R . L . Graves , A . B . Hill ; W . M . McE 1wain , T . H . _Plnkney , J . D . Roulhac , T . H . Still , W . _0 . Taylor , D . H . Taylor , D H . Webster , L . M . Wright , and J . R . Walker ,
Ladies ’ Auxiliary Ina ugur ates Drive [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
Ladies ’ Auxiliary Ina ugur ates Drive On Tuesday evening , Ma rch 8 1938 , _tim e Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Lincoln University Alumni Association met at the apartment of Mrs . Augusta Patterson , Lincoln University , Chester County , Pa . Dean Frank Wilson and Stanley Duvall , a student and chairman of the Limm-coln-Ashmun Dormitory Council were presented to the group . They explained tile nature and purpose of the drive to secure a lounging room in Ashmun-L incoln Dormitory and solicited the aid of th is group . A ~ cash donation of $2 ~ . O 0 was voted to this movement ; and on April 9 _, the Ladies ’ Auxiiiary in order to reimburse their treasury , will hold a rumma ge sale in Coátesyu le . .
RELIGIOUS EMP HASIS WEEK LEAD BY REV . F . HAVI S DAVIS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
RELIGIOUS EMP HASIS WEEK LEAD BY REV . F . HAVI S DAVIS Religious ‘ Emphasis Week , under the leadership of the Reverend F . Havis Davis , was observed at Lincoln University during the week beginning Sunday , February 20 . The Board of Christian Education and the Board of National Missions of the Presbyterian Church , U . S . A . defray annually the expenses of the religious emphasis series in all _schOols and colleges _afilliated with the Presbyterian Church . Mr . Davis Is a Lincoln graduate , having finlshed ,, the college in 1924 and the Seminary in 1927 . He’ ‘ has also done graduate work at Boston and Harvard Universitie s , At present , he is pastor of a Baptist church in Ca mbridge , Mass achusetts .
Omega Psi Phi to Award Wa lkerMeda l [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
Omega Psi Phi to Award Wa lkerMeda l Omega P ~ i Phi . Fraternity recently installed Its new otfl ~ ers for tfle year . They ‘ are : Walter I . Johnson , Jr ., basileus ; John W . Thomas , vicebasileus ; W . Frederic Aden , keeper of records and seals ; I . Gregory Newton , keeper of finance ; and Perry Honey , keeper of peace . The Alf red Walter Walker Memorial service sponsored by the Omega Psi Phi will be held Tuesday , April 12 . The medal , given in _mem ory of one who promised to become one of Lincoln ’ s greatest men , will be _presented to the j unior who has the highest schlastic standing .
DR . SCHMUCKE R ON FORUM MARCH 24 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
DR . SCHMUCKE R ON FORUM MARCH 24 Dr . S . C . Schniucker , Professor Emeritus of Biology at West Chester State Teachers College , West Chester , Pennsylvania , will be presented on Thursday evening at 8 : 00 , March 24 by the University Forum , Dr . Schmucker , author , teacher , and lecturer , will speak In the Mary Dod Brown Memorial Chapel on ~ the subject of science and immortality ,
Fireside Group Meets Regu lar ly Fireside Group Discusses Vital Student Problems [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
Fireside Group Meets Regu lar ly Fireside Group Discusses Vital Student Problems The Fireside Group _m eets in _num ~ _em’ ‘ 12 _HoUstoh ’ ~ ‘ Ha _ll ‘ every Mond ~ y at ~~~~ m . The group , ~ is ‘ composed , of students , whose desire fo r’ _Christian _fellOwship . has ’ kept fj , _~ e b ody _,, _a _1 t _, ip _. ~ _rn _, _~~ i ’ _,, c € pv ~~~~~~~~~ tirement last ‘ June of ., its sponsor ; Reverend Samuel Hodge . It fosters the cultivation of a Christian spirit in Its members which enables them to deal adequately with the problems which arise in their daily lives . Some of the members In the Fireside Group are : LeRoy Patrick , Willia m L . Hamilton , Everett Hewlett , Roy Nichols , and Lendall Chase . Jesse James was no robber _! He was a saint , shouted an irate future pastor . _ I never heard of such a thing ! The topic of discussion was the Athletic Club House ’ s victory over the Houston Hall , which the Seminary protested . The game was a grudge game between the two roughest ...
Action ! Lidhis ! " Lion" Photos __ Taken Flashligh t Bulbs Abound For , a Day ; ‘ Pictures for Yearbook Taken [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 23 March 1938
Action ! Lidhis ! Lion Photos __ Taken Flashligh t Bulbs Abound For , a Day ; ‘ Pictures for Yearbook Taken There Is a bright flash , , a click of the camera , and the cameraman is calling for the next take , ‘ Lincoln University campus presented a peculiar ‘ sight Thursday , March 10 , when the campus , was dotted with men In their ‘ Sunday , best going to have their pictures’ taken In spite of four inches of snow , _Which , melting rapidly was transforming the campus into a mucky field . The first floor corridor of Rendall Hall was agog all day with men going to and _frO . ’ The , lobby was jammed with men a waiting the taking of their group pictures , some time two or three sets ahead of time . But loud and long were ‘ their cries when the cameraman would call for a take and would find that half the group had mysteriously disappeared . ’ The chairman of the group ‘ could then be seen skurrying back and forth trying to round up ’ his brood . Not Infrequently was the group all arra...