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FIVE DEBATE TEA ~ j _5 IN BUSY / TRAVEL _ CI 1 ~~ UIT [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
FIVE DEBATE TEA ~ j _5 IN BUSY / TRAVEL _ CI 1 ~~ UIT Have / Met Tallega , Va _; , L _\ ~ anon 4 _llaverf ord , and Broo - _~ ‘ n Society In ’ Tour Bef 4 _re a large audience _, of Lin coin ~ 3 _nivei’sity students the Lincoln _vniversity Debaters on March 21 u 4 eld , against Talledega College , ~ he affirmative of the question _Resojv ed : That the National ‘ Labor _Rdations Board should be empow 9 _led to enforce arbitration of all _indi ( sbri al disputes . Jack C . Tracey _anc . William L . Hamilton represepted Lincoln ; Mr . U . G . Lee , _Ei ~ _ghish _instrutcor , acted as chairm 4 _i ~ . The debate proved highly ent _ertaining to the student body _an ~ the visitors . H ~ _verford College met Lincoln in _s ~ no decision debate at Hayerfo ~ d Monday afternoon , March 21 . Linckl fl defended the affirmative of the _cipestion , Resolved : That Japan i ~ justifie d in intervening in _China , ~ The Oregon system of debate _~ , as used . Le Roy Patrick and _Jam es N . Rhea composed...
_Lan g ~ ton ‘ Hughes Here April 25 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
_Lan g ~ ton ‘ Hughes Here April 25 Lincdlifs _m ost renowned wi’iter , Langstc ~ -Hughes , will return to his Alm a Mater April 25 th , to lecture , _Mi _’ , Hughes has j ust retur ~ ied from the scen ~ of the Spanish Civil War drama _wh ere he wrote of the conflict for The New ~ _vIassess , Esquire and The Afro-American , The _authOr ’s reactions on the confile t in Spain and the reading of his poetry _. will be the subjects for the evening .
NEGRO iTORY _’ European Government _hi Africa By Fra ncis Nkrumah " . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
NEGRO iTORY _’ European Government _hi Africa By Fra ncis Nkrumah . In dealing with this subject , I shall , concentrate mainly on the early’ colonization of the countries of West . and South Africa , Here , and there _I shall choose a few countries now under European re--gime and ‘ supremacy , because to my mind , they illustrate typically certain ‘ inherent factors underlying European governmental policies in Africa , _‘ I _. am not unaware of the compr _ehensiveness of the , subject and the ‘ space allotted me . I , therefore , fittingly ackno wledge my ’ inability to deal in _mOre detail with every historical spher e . , , The ~ _ngilsh In West _- _‘ Africa . In the early part of the sixteenth century several ‘ English seamen found their’ way to the Benin _, regions in West Africa in the corn- ‘ pany of Portuguese ‘ sailors . They returned to England with ‘ fabulous news regarding the , untold wealth of the ‘ countries they ’ had . _visited . West Afric a , , became the word of ...
"HELL WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
HELL WEEK The barb ~ rians are at it again ; ‘ in’ short the pledges of _ _t _1 _~ ’ various _fi _’ ~ ternities are go ng through hell week ; ’ For _Ii _. week or more they will be ‘ _rubject ed to hazing and ~ bu se , both physical ‘ and mental , to _enable them to become _meribers of those little fascist organizations outmodedly callec fraternities . Many superior m ~ n will be require d to undergo the insults and sadistic _impuJ . ~ es of their inferiors so that they Call each other brother . Twice a year the ’ raucous sounds of paddling beh \ nd closed doors echo throughout the campus , fir st in one _dOri ~ itory , then in anothei ~ , . Smothered groans and loud laughter alike _bCtokens the grim merriment of the occasion . Men come to _brei ~ kfast wild eyed , sore and frightened . They sneak out bapk . doors to elude their masters _l _ ent upon panhandling cigarettes and assigning additional tusks . Wearily they drag ~ ’themselves to their classes to ease themselves into chair...
j ~ j J _~ u _1 _iScRIPT ION _$ _LO 0 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
j ~ j J _~ u _1 _iScRIPT ION _$ _LO 0 The Glee _ciub gave a tu ning-u p concert in Kenn ~ t Square . on _Sr _~ r _1 _daY , _l _\ Eax 4 h 27 ~ in preparation . for their p ~ posed tour , yt the _west ~ It was a momentous occasion ; th T sang before _it jim- _i _~ I _, oW audience _itbove the Mason-DiX line , ~ state _whel’e ’ an’ Equal Rights Bill i ~~ on the statu bo _ ~ The ‘ balcony / Was overflowing with embers of th _, ~ _? 4 e ~~ 0 1 ’ _~ ce , _while a generous estimation of _tl _’ ~ _rty-five whit € _cn : j oyed the _cot ~ _foi’t ~ and spaciousness of’the orchestra seats The gent 1 e _~ nan resj onsible for this ideal seaUng ar range ment is a ‘ studen ’ t in our renowned Seminary . ’ It was who signed ’ . the contract for the _thep _hl’e _afld contacted tlu Glee , ’ , Club to ’ ~ give one of their . f ~ mous concerts , withou telling them of the conditions ~~ der which members of theii race would have to hear th _~~ 1 _51 fl _~ Several _chauviniSt _~ ’ ~ nembers of’ the Glee ...
’B OK REVIEWS , _--by . _’ ~~ eflfleth Dodson [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
’B OK REVIEWS , _--by . _’ ~~ eflfleth Dodson Lyle , Saxon ’ s Children of Strangers might have been ~ a , more important novel , if he had been more concerned with the sociolpgical ’ . as ~ pects ’ of his story Instead of its pic k aresque qualities . The economic _and social distinctions among the whites ,, mulattoes and Negroes an important enough subject foz ~ significant recording In one of th ~ literary fields . The false pride _itn ~ snobbishness of ‘ _mulattoes ‘ in the Louisiana area is ‘ splendid ‘ materiat .. for a realistic artist . _. Mr . ’ _: _Saxon ’ has only seen ’fi t , to ’ stre , ss the ro _~~ ’ mantic side of their ‘ lives . . Romantically it , is the tragic tal ~ , ’ of FamiC , a mulatto girl Who : Yéarn _~ , to fall _In’ love with a white man and ~ does so with a _red-hea ~ e _, _’ d _bitndit whO Is _hlding _. out frOm the _laW _in ~ the _intOrior of a woOd _neitr . ’th e bank , ’ of the Cane River close tO’ the Yucca ~ plantation . She is seduced by him and b...
Iam dead , , ‘ ~ [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
Iam dead , , ‘ ~ _I AM A SPIR _~ r , ‘ DEAD HOW can I say _th 4 ? Do ’ you _remembem \ this phrase from the old , old _atoi ~ , the Spirit of ‘ God moved upon t ~ . face ’ of the waters ? Well , -this Is _) the type of Spirit I am , not the ~ Spirit of a Great God , ’ but the Spi 4 of a Great Ideal ; one that was n ~ rked by a loyal and renowned _hiitoi’y , whose influence has transcende ~ the lives o many men who _becot ~ e known as ‘ Lincolnites ; but n 4 v , I am dead . It is through the vanish _* ~ g shadows of this , true spirit that _l speak , not in _cOrses and swears , _~ iang , or fi ne diction , but by the use ~ f formless ‘ words ; because I am c ~ ad . Many have come to this ~ 1 ace of abode since my departure , and de91 , ared themselves a part of me . They insist their acts and a titudes are the consequence of . my teach ing , _I assure you they ath liars . This cannot be true , fOr I a _/ _i-a dead , , ~ s a living Spirit . 1 encouraged th ~ unification of men . ; th ...
_lIE _LI ~~ COLNIAN [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
_lIE _LI ~~ COLNIAN Published by ’ thOs Stc _, , de _, ~ _ts of Lincoln University M onthly _puu _( _mg School Year — - — _— _- _— ~~ j ~~ ~~~~ ter at the Lincoln ’ University Post Office , _LIflCOlfl Ux ~~ ver _sitY , Pennsylvania ED 1 TOR 1 A _~ \ STAFF - ____ _Editor ~ _in-Chiet , , _, _‘ N _- Kenneth S . Dodson ManagiflE Editor Le Roy Patr ick Make-up- Editors _cortez Allen , Jesse Gloster Business Ma nager Jack C . Trace y Actin g _Sports Editor Rufus shorter Feature _EdltOr . B . Lewis Farrell Circul ation Mana ger _‘ ~ oseph W . Woods Typ ist R ~~ na 1 d B . James Jo hn K . Ph illips , , , Phillip S . _~ _tandolph ’ Mason T . Art hur C . War ren _~ _nith ‘ - _I Can ton B . Ford ‘ _, Roy Nichols \ j R . 0 . Hutc _hinson ‘ ‘ , Reginald W . _Ifityes Geor ge _I _. Huck aby ‘
Medical BureaU And North , Amer ~ _ca’n Committee to , Aid Spanish Democracy 381 4 th Ave ., New ’ . York N . Y . [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
Medical BureaU And North , Amer ~ _ca’n Committee to , Aid Spanish Democracy 381 4 th Ave ., New ’ . York N . Y . 381 4 th Ave ., New York , N . Y _, Marion Briggs Youth Director April 12 , 1938 Cortez - Allen , ‘ Lincoln University , _I _’ Lincoln ‘ University , ’ .. Pa ,, Dear Mr . Allen _’ ~ With the recent hOrrible bombing in Barcelona and other nearby cities ~ it ‘ is of the greatest importance that the _democrittic people of America come to the support ‘ of the heroic Spa ’ n ~ sh defenders of world _democritcy . We have been _i’ecCiving urgent appeals for th ~ wounded and we must do our utmost to fight off fascist terrorism in which every man , woman and child becomes it target . We appeal to you ~ for contributions to add to our . funds for ambulances and food for the living . . , We have written to you _tom help before , but never has the need been as urgent as it is now . We appeal t ~ you—in the name of the niothers of Spain we appeal for _. _your aid , Sincerely yours , ...
DR . FAGIN LECTURE S ON COMPARATIVE DRAMA AT UNIVERSITY FORUM [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
DR . FAGIN LECTURE S ON COMPARATIVE DRAMA AT UNIVERSITY FORUM Continued from , page 1 beginning to appreciate such productIons . _DOi’in ~ the course of the lecture , Dr . , ‘ Fagin delighted the audience by vividly sketchIng scenes from some of the post-Civil ‘ War ‘ productions in contrast to those written since 1918 . In this way he illustrated _the progress being made in the realm of realistic writing and the variety of plot in modern American plays . Both faculty members and student body expressed ‘ their enjoyment of Dr . _P _’ agin ’s discourse by thei r applause . Identify the following expressions our professors : That’s ‘ shabby ! , ‘ ~ ph my ! , After all Mr . Jones ! , _‘ qNow Gentlemen ~ , If I’m muscl- ~ hg , you ’d better muscle with . me , YWhat have you to say about—
Lincoln Boxers ‘ Score Win Over Philly Club Nick Sumner Wins b ~ K . 0 . ; Merchant and Holland Victors by Technica l Knockouts ; Murray Gets Decision ; Baker and Harris Losers [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
Lincoln Boxers ‘ Score Win Over Philly Club Nick Sumner Wins b ~ K . 0 . ; Merchant and Holland Victors by Technica l Knockouts ; Murray Gets Decision ; Baker and Harris Losers Lincoln University , Pa ., March 18 , 1938 , —The pugilistic representatives . of Lincoln University in their last ‘ tune-up - bouts ‘ before ‘ the C . I . A , A . Championships ’ punched their way to a . decisive 4-1 ‘ victory , over an all-star cast wearing the colors of the Philadelphia A _; C . The bouts were staged in the gymnasium here and there was plenty of ’ spirited action as the doughty ‘ Simon-pures battered each other from bell to bell . _‘ rhree Of the fights ended via the knockout route with _Lincoln scoring two , her adversaries one . In ~ the first bout ’ Ed Holland of Lincoln at 135 was paiEed with Jim Smith of Philadelphia , also 135 . Holland won the first round , Smith the second , and Holland came back ‘ to win the third ’ and deciding round _li ~ rgely by virtue of felling Smith with a ...
_Tèrnih’ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ‘ _. . Tour Starts April 13 [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
_Tèrnih’ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ‘ _. . Tour Starts April 13 -Four . téeñ ’ _. Key Citi e ~ - Are _InclUded _., iñ ’ : E ~~ ensiye Jtinérar y of _LiñCóln ’ . M _iCal A _basead rs The GléC Club - will start on its Tenth Annual Tour April 13 . - The tour , which ends April 27 , will take the group over 1500 miles , to _oching key cities between Lincoln’ and Chicago . The itinerary ‘ follows : April 13 , Williamsport ; April 14 , . ft ~ oona , Pa . ; ’ April 15 , Wheeling , V ~ 1 ; Va . ; April 17 and 18 , Bluefield , W ~ Va . ; April’ 20 , CharlestOn , W . ’ Va . ; ‘ April 21 , _LoOisville , Ky . ; . ’ April 2 , indianapolis , _md _. ; 4 pril 23 ~ Chicago , Ill . ; , April ‘ 24 , Chicago , , fll . ; April 25 , Toledo , 0 . ; ‘ April _20 , Columbus , 0 . ; April 27 , Youngstown ,, 0 . ; April 28 , Pittsburgh , Pa . ; April 29 , Harrisburg , Pa . , Plans have been’ made ‘ for a three day trip to New Jersey . On May 5 , the Glee Club sings in Jersey City , and May 6 ‘ _: _ln Orange , New Jersey ...
_~ _~ 33 TRACK CANDIDA ~ S REPORT TR _’ tOUTS [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
_~ _~ 33 TRACK CANDIDA ~ S REPORT TR _’ tOUTS Sparr ows Twitter About in ‘ Cha pel During Better Negro . Business Week In the ‘ midst of Phi Beta Sigma ’ s Bigger and Better Business Week , a lonely sparrow started a movement for Bigger and Better , Music , Jealous of the choir or , wishing to help It , the’ English . sparrow flew out of the ‘ New ‘ Hammond Organ twenty-five dollars toward the completion of the rooms . The administration has consented to double the amount contributed by the students themselves . The rooms have already received a finish of blue and ivory and the floors a smooth sanding . They are expected ‘ to be completed early in May , - Furniture ‘ and card tables have been orderd to blend with the color schemes of the rooms . Thirty-three track can _? _m ~ da tcs greeted Coach Coston on _Marbh 14 when the track season officially ‘ opened . The following men reported for practice : C . . ‘ J . Baltimore , T . F . Bolden , V . V . Brock , . _5 . Brown , W . Brown ,...
MAT M EN RETAIN C . I . A . A . TITLE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
MAT M EN RETAIN C . I . A . A . TITLE On March 25 and 26 the C . I _. ‘ A , A . Boxing and Wrestling championship bouts were held at Howard University . Lincoln University won the wrestling championship and tied for second place in the boxing contests . In the wrestling bouts _Lincoln ’ s winning team consisted of H . _~~ . Clark , K . Lee F C . Schancks , and L . D . Webber , ~ Clark wrestled _rId the 1 _’TS lb . class , Lee 165 , _SchanckS 125 lb ., and Webber 145 . Wild Bill Allison , Beaks Bailey , L . ’ _. _1 _, _; Knight and R . J . Butts went ’ _doWn to defeat , in the 155 lb ., 135 lb ., _arid 118 lb . classes , respeCtively , The boxing bouts were the scene ’ of’ exciting and spectacular _aO- ~ tion with Lincoln finally ‘ losing _otit in the last few _. contests . ’ W . 1 Merchant ‘ and D . _LeC won in the 155 lb . and 145 ib _; classes . Frank Murray won in an ‘ exhibition bout in the 145 lb . class . R . _DuvalI ~ r , Taylor , L . Harris and . C . Knappér exhibited plenty...
‘ ~ A 1 fl ’A _" _. TR-EE [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
‘ ~ A 1 fl ’A _ _. TR-EE ‘ . ~ _::. I’j _ni _~ _ia _. _~ tree _... My _,.. roots . have . been embed _~ led ~ in the Southern soil for sev _~ bty 3 _i ~ ears People in passing ha ~ _e’ _cop ~ mented upon my strong my ‘ sheltering ’ _áhns _, _’i ~ hey ‘ have noted’ . my ’ magnificence ’ even ‘ _Wi ~ en _. my beauty .. ’has been stripped _. b _~ ’ the cruel , cold winds . jY esterday a , man on . his way to _.: _tlte’ village , ‘ Stopped and said to his f ~ iends . ’ _..: _tbat my , arms , seemingly , _:: ~~ _el _. e . _prt ~ _udly paying : homage _to : _~ _ód _, He _, was _’ , right . I had every- ~ _hipg to live for ; that is , until last ‘ _~ , _iight . : The winds Cooled my - face , _/ and on hOt’ days ’ my . whispering / branches would relieve persons ‘ go- ‘ pi ng , tO market . I , never threw a person’ ‘ tO ‘ soil beneat ; I always put them safely down , my flexible arms never ’ ,.. too tired to allow a child to be ‘ embraced by them . Yes ,. I ~ was happy ‘ until last night , ...
JURY FINDS DEFENDA NT GUILTY " IN PURGE : AT KANGAROO COUR T [Newspaper Article] — Lincolnian — 12 April 1938
JURY FINDS DEFENDA NT GUILTY IN PURGE : AT KANGAROO COUR T Oyez _l . _Oyezl cries . ‘ BailiffDorsey . ‘ His Honor , ‘ th e : _, _0 _o _, u _~ t ~ The galié ~ y , ‘ the _district _attorhey , ‘ and _ills _snboTmflate _lkwyere all r _1 se _’ ~ as One ‘ _. to ~ hail Judge E , ‘ _-NOr _~ . _Ood- Jackson , twO hundred and ft teei’i pounds of ’ _: C . IA _; ‘ A . _. tackle . ‘ _JOdge , _JaCk- . son ’ takes his place behind ‘ _the rOstrum—a ‘ Belber trunk with long--necked ‘—bottles --on- ~ ’ _-each - ; _-end- _— _’ _-and ’ the Kangaroo , Court is in session . ‘ Bailiff Dorsey swears in the ‘ defendant who takes tñ ~ s e ~ nd . The _dCfendant chooses one of he court’s l ~ _wyOrs , one Mr . Norwood -who has a perfect record for _losLn _~ - _~~ a ~~ s . The ’ district attorney charges _thC _. defendant with slander . Your . honor , says he , the defendant has cast aspersions upon the fair name of Frederick Douglass . Memorial Hall , calling it Dead , End’ and ‘ East _Side Social ’ Club , . I ...