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Two Dickinson students and the Dean of Men Mervin Grant Filler attend a conference at Yale University on the American student.Try outs for the baseball team begin. Fifty students have already secured summer employment in various industries. The Interfraternity Council purchases a silver cup to...

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Student Senate joint committees reject honor system for the year. Basketball team defeats Mt. St. Mary's in final game of season. Baseball and Track teams begin practices.

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Baseball team opens season with loss to Mt. St. Mary's. Campus beautification projects underway for the spring. Social Committee plans annual Founders' Day festivities. Pan-Hellenic Council discusses changes to rushing rules for upcoming year.

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Founders' Day celebration plans announced. Baseball team loses to Albright and Lafayette. Mrs. Mary C. Love Collins, class of 1902, publishes book, "Human Conduct and the Law".

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Baseball team loses to F & M and Bucknell. Track team loses to Haverford. Relay teams to compete in Penn Relays. Tennis team to open season with match against Gettysburg. Laura Puffer Morgan, legislative secretary of the National Council for the Prevention of War, to address local branch of...

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May Day celebration program announced. Edgar Fahs Smith, noted chemist and Provost of the University of Pennsylvania to speak at commencement. Track team defeated by Bucknell. Baseball team defeats Delaware, loses to Temple. Glee Club to end season with concert at Harrisburg.

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Baseball team defeats Haverford, loses to PMC and Mt. St. Mary's. Alumni Day program announced. Track team to compete against other colleges in meet at Island Park. Pan-Hellenic Council changes rushing rules.

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Results of class elections published. Belles Lettres oratorical contest won by J. Wesley Lord, '27 and Russel King, '28. Baseball team loses to Albright. Track team defeated in Central Pa. Conference meet.

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Seniors to hold class day exercises. Dramatic Club to perform the comedy "The New Poor" as commencement play. Commencement season details announced. Sports prospects for the coming year are published. Women's Athletic Association closes best season yet.

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Dickenson looses against Bucknell and Penn State in the annual triangular debate. The 14th annual banquet of the Dickinson Alumni Association is held in Harrisburg. Coach McAndrews issues the first call for baseball hopefulls. The Dickinson basketball team takes a 33-25 victory over Gettysburg....

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Dr. Frederick D. Losey gives a Chapel presentation on King Leer. Phi Beta Kappa fraternity celebrates its 150th anniversary. The freshman class wins the inter-class track meet. The Baseball team looses its third game in a disappointing season thus far. The Senior Ball is scheduled.

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The Dickinson Relay team takes second at the Middle Atlantic Class B College Championship. Nominations are made for Student Senate. Sophomores win the annual tug-of-war, pulling the freshman into LeTort Spring. A celebration of Founder's Day and May Day is planed for May 13th. The festivities...

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Founders Day and May Day will be celebrated Thursday of this week. The annual Senior Picnic will be held at Medowbrook Park this year. Mr. G. R. Hemminger presents the College with a rare stuffed "Duckbill" (a platypus) through Prof. B. Floyd Rinker of the English department. The Track team...

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The Baseball team takes a victory over Gettysburg rivals. Seniors celebrate Annual Class Day features and prepare for graduation. The Drama Club's production of "Kempy" opens to great success. Alumni Day features class reunion activities and a parade. The Glee Club reviews the performances of...

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The football team opens their season with an 8 to 0 win over Juniata College. The College Body looses 198 students from last year who fail to return for various reasons. The Athletic Association debates dropping baseball as an Intercolligate sport at Dickinson. 103 men, 63% of the freshman class...

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Several sports teams begin their campaigns: the track team in a dual meet against Schuykill at Biddle Field; the tennis team against the netmen of Franklin and Marshall; and the baseball team away against Penn State University.  It is announced that United States Commissioner of Education John...

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Alumni Day is planned.  Tau Kappa Alpha and Phi Beta Kappa add members from graduating class.  Four alumni trustees are elected: Merkel Landis, Robert Y. Stuart, Lewis M. Bacon Jr., and S. Walter Stauffer.  Dr. Francis A. Waterhouse and Professor C. W. Fink to join faculty.  Omicron Delta Kappa...

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Professor Russell I. Thompson to receive PhD from Yale due to thesis focusing on Carlisle public schools. Class Day held for seniors. President Karl Tinsley Waugh inaugurated. Profile of Karl Tinsley Waugh. The Dickinsonian places ninth in the nation at collegiate newspaper competition. Summary...

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The chapter of Phi Delta Theta will host a convention on December 2 and 3 for several chapters of the fraternity. Discussion over the college's short wave radio broadcasting station and the messages it is able to send out and receive. Ping Pong becomes popular on campus. The very successful...

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Student committee on social affairs and the faculty social committee to change organization of social functions. About 25 students plan to go to Washington, D.C. for Franklin Roosevelt's presidential inauguration. Junior class votes to have Microcosm dedicated to Mr. Malcolm, the college's...

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The All-College Social Committee plans "Leap Year Week" at the urging of students. During this week, several events for women are planned, culminating in the Pan Hellenic Dance on April 4. The Dramatic Club holds auditions for their final production of the year: Torch-Bearers. The...

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William Pearson Tolley, President of Allegheny College, gave a talk warning about the abandonment of land and a regression to wilderness, in contrast to the establishment of civilization. Clarence B. Hendrickson was given the award as All-Around Dickinsonian. The first baseball practice of the...

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The Microcosm announces its newly revised staff. At a faculty meeting, it is decided that students with an average 90% and higher will be granted an unlimited number of absences, given that they maintain their A average. The Dramatic Club presents its newest show, a comedy entitled The Royal...

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The Guest Day issue of the Dickinsonian. The annual celebration of Founder’s Day turns into a double celebration with the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the local chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Bill Depp wins the Skull and Key Award for Outstanding Activity. Pennsylvanians celebrate the...

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The Founder’s Day issue of the Dickinsonian. President Corson gives a speech concerning the childish views in which most people view religion, and promotes introspection as a way to fix personal problems and be happy. Wheel and Chain taps eight new members. Methodist Bishop and former...

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