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The baseball team wins against Syracuse and State College. An article about the division of younger classes is submitted for an essay contest.

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The Dickinson baseball team wins against Lehigh and Mt. St. Mary’s. Thomas Marshall, a member of the Junior Class, dies suddenly. A trophy room is to be built in the third floor of Denny.

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Dickinson defeats the Carlisle Indians in baseball.The annual baseball game between the Freshman and Sophomore classes is held. Tea party for women of the Hall on Pomfret street. Belles Lettres Sophomore oratorical contest occurs in Bosler Hall. Professor T. A. Schurr comes to Carlisle to...

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Carlisle Indians defeat Dickinson in baseball. Dickinson is defeated by State College in the state track meet. The 1900 Microcosm becomes available to students. Article on the career of Dr. Price. Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Psi, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Omega...

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Dickinson holds a week of prayer. Elias Day performs at that Carlisle opera house. Comments on Dickinson's attempts to arrage baseball games with the Carlisle Indian School and a critique of the Indian's manager. Sigma Chi holds a convention.

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The inter-collegiate debate happened in Bosler Hall between Dickinson and State College, with State College as the winner. The Carisle Indians lose to Dickinson in baseball. Relay races in Philadelphia. Performance of the New York Ladies Trio and Miss Lilian Smith in Bosler Hall.

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Dickinson wins against the Carlisle Indians in baseball. College trip to Gettysburg by train. The Junior class of the Law School has a banquet in Mt. Holly. Lecture by Professor Peter Hodge. Kappa Sigma Convention.

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Baseball defeats Franklin and Marshall.  Distinguished alumnus Alexander Ramsey dies.  Spring Sports event planned.  Louis Heib donates specimens to college mineralogical collection.  Carlisle physicians team up to purchase an induction coil for use with the Dickinson x-ray machine.

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Overview of senior class.  Dickinson, Fraklin & Marshall, Penn State and Swarthmore draft a constitution for an Inter-Collegiate Debating League.  Phi Kappa Psi moves house.  The class of 1893 holds its tenth anniversary reunion.  Statistics from baseball and track seasons.  President Reed...

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Phi Psi purchases a chapter house, the baseball season is set to begin and Phi Kappa Sigma hosts a dance. The Dickinsonian examines the life and influence of "Uncle" Noah Pinkney who was born a slave in Frederick County, Maryland and then sold pies and cakes to students outside of East...

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Several conferences start fundraising campaigns to help rebuild Denny Hall. Dickinson prepares to host Franklin and Marshall as they battle for first place in the Intercollegiate Debating League of Pennsylvania.

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Dr. Reed celebrates his fifteenth anniversary as college president. Students are offered the opportunity to work over the summer at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition for $0.18 per hour. 

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New plans for Denny Hall are released and promise that the new building will be far superior to the original structure. The senior class outing to Pine Grove is a great success. Miss Sophia Neill Howell, granddaughter of the Rev. William Neill, D.D., President of Dickinson College 1824-1839...

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New plans for Denny Hall are released and indicate that the new Denny Hall will be far superior to the original. The senior class outing was a great success. Freshmen receive new caps and tussle with sophomores who try to steal them. A fine portrait of President William Neill (president 1824-...

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The Interscholastic Track and Field Sports Meet is held at Dickinson. The schedule for the 121st Annual Commencement is announced. The four founding members of Phi Kappa Sigma are honored on the 50th anniversary of the fraternity's founding at Dickinson. Plans for an ice cream social on the lawn...

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Dickinson and Bucknell tie during a track meet at Dickinson. The girls of the junior class host a reception for their class in the gymnasium complete with games. Distinguished alumnus Judge Garrick M. Harding of Wilkes-Barre passes away. 

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The schedule for the upcoming baseball season is released. Rumors of an engineering course being offered at Dickinson in upcoming terms circulate. 

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The annual mid-winter sports cup is held in the college gymnasium. Those men wishing to join the baseball team are called to begin practice for the upcoming season. Horatio C. King, '58, author of Songs of Dickinson and A History of Dickinson College writes another college song...

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The Glee and Mandolin Clubs return after a tour comprised of ten concerts in three different states. President Reed requests submissions for a new college song. The writer of the song deemed the best will receive a prize. The Philadelphia Alumni Association holds its annual banquet, electing new...

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Dickinson celebrates William Penn Memorial Day.  State defeats Dickinson in baseball but Dickinson defeats State in debate, in the process becoming champions of the Pennsylvania Debate League.  The Carlisle Oratorio Society renders a performance under the direction of Frederic C. Martin.

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Baseball Schedule announced. Leap Year Sleighing Party held.

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Review of the Baseball Season. 125th Anniversary and Commencement is held. A defense of Coach Pipal regarding the past season of sports. The importance of music in the liberal education. A new Football coach, Paul J. Davis, is rumored to be coming to campus.

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Dickinson defeats the Carlisle Indians in baseball. Carlisle Indians defeat Dickinson and Lafayette in track. Mr. Charles Kunen receital in Bosler Hall. Department of Oratory gives a contest. Update on the 1910 Microcosm. Student Government election results. Ladies' reception in the Union...

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Large intetcollegiate track meet held at Harrisburg. Dickinson loses to the Carlisle Indians in baseball. Sophomore oratorical contest. Department of Oratory oratorical contest. Update on 1910 Microcosm. Violin recital given in Bosler Hall by Mr. Charles Kunen.

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Dickinson defeats University of Pittsburgh twice in baseball in one day. Carlisle Indians win the Harrisburg intercollegiate track meet. Herman Bosler Biddle Memorial Athletic Field to be presented to the school. Coach J. A. Pipal retires. Junior oratorical contest. Winner of the Department of...

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