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It is announced that the college band will accompany the football team to their game against Delaware. Plans are laid out for a college-wide observance of Armistice Day. Preparations are made for the upcoming debate season, to include debates with four other institutions. A feature on boat...

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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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Fred E. Sweely elected captain of the Men's Basketball team for next year. Dr. Frederick D. Losey of New York City will discuss the play "Macbeth" and give a dramatic reading of it during an upcoming chapel meeting. Professor Edwin Edgar Voigt of Garrett Biblical Institute in Evanston, Illinois...

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Gilbert Malcolm becomes president's assistant. American Association of University Women plans to create Mary Curran Morgan Memorial Fellowship for women graduate students. Members of sophomore class instigate fight with members of freshman class. Herschel E. Shortlidge, Jr. becomes managerial...

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Alpha Chi Rho resigns from the Interfraternity Council. The upperclassmen have some fun punishing the freshmen for breaking the freshmen rules. The Men’s Senate will form a permanent organization of unaffiliated students in order for them to form a more unified group. The soccer team loses to...

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Dickinson students and members of the Allison Memorial church will work together to create of performance of a Nativity play. The Men’s Senate ordered its Tribunal to remove several Freshman Rules, affective after the winter break. It is discovered that the library has great diversity in books....

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The basketball team wins in a game against Gettysburg. A German exchange student states his opinions of the college. Dr. Phillips Packer Elliott is to lead the Dickinson Week of Prayer. Five members of the faculty play in a basketball game. Omicron Delta Kappa presents a plan to form a new...

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American Association of University Women hold a reception for senior girls. Pan-Hellenic Council to hold annual formal dance. The Dickinsonian loses its office and is relegated to the library.

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The '55 Microcosm is being prepared so that it will be released by May 15. In addition to the usual content of senior portraits, family portraits, organizations, fraternities and sports articles, there will be a "features" section and a whole new layout. The Christian Service Project chapter of...

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Sue Palmer is chosen as the new editor of the Microcosm Yearbook. World's leading recital cellist, Gregor Piatigorsky to perform for the last Cultural Affairs event of the academic year. Jeanne Thomas crowned the ROTC Dance Queen. The College celebrates the 185th Anniversary of its founding. A...

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Dr. Gilbert Malcolm announces his 1961 retirement. He will remain, serving as Provost. Professor John Dixon resigns from Student-Faculty Judicial Council, stating that it needs reforms. The Board of Trustees holds several meetings, overseen by Boyd L. Spahr. Service fraternities host Christmas...

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