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The college's 175 anniversary celebration begins. Attorney General of the United States, Tom Clark, gives an address stressing the importance of both a strong education system and military for creating lasting peace. President William Edel addresses alumni, expressing a commitment to making...

Dickinsonian Front Page

Homecoming plans are announced. Dean Ness is selected as Humanities Chair. Jazz trombonist J. J. Johnson to perform on November 7. Phi Kappa Psi celebrates centennial. The "Microcosm" is used to investigate graduates. The music department will present "Amahl" and "Die Fledermaus." Three seniors...

Dickinsonian Front Page

In this issue, Rush Week of 1962 closed with 190 fraternity affiliations, resulting in a Dickinsonian editorial praising the new rush process instituted by the Interfraternity Council. Dr. Howard L. Rubendall announced that Althouse was to receive a rooftop observatory. Dr. George Shuman, Jr.,...

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This edition reports that the Military Ball and Parents' Day have been scheduled. The Military Ball will have an international theme. The Mermaid Players production of "Our Town" is reviewed. In the Mock Election, Johnson scored 66% of the vote to Goldwater's 34%. IFC pledges $150 to the...

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