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The senior and junior class election results announced.  The Allison Law Society and Dickinson Law Society announce their new officers.  The question of silver versus gold standard for currency is debated.  The law students hold regular Moot Courts.  Delta Chi moves to the third floor of the...

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Comments on the growing number of students involved in debate societies. Phi Kappa Sigma is instituted at the University of Maryland. Sophomores and Freshmen play each other in football, the results a tie.

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The anniversary of the Union Philosophical Society is celebrated. Professor W. W. Landis hosted a dinner for his math class. Lincoln's birthday is celebrated. Obituary for Dr. H. C. Whiting. Dickinson has made an agreement with State College to hold three debates.

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Various works, including Life of Bishop Hurst, are added to the library's collection.  A college-wide holiday is granted for the dedication of the state capitol in Harrisburg.  Walter Damrosch to lead the new York Symphony Orchestra in a concert in the Carlisle Opera House.  The...

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Swarthmore wins debate against Dickinson on the issue of an inheritance tax.  Senate passes rule on Freshmen cap wearing.  Phi Kappa Sigma holds a smoker.  Prof. P. B. Rowe announces his retirement.

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Belles Lettres defeats Lafayette in a debate; Union Philosophical loses to Lafayette in another debate.

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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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Dickinson alumnus and professor Charles W. Super writes a book on college history, giving special attention to college traditions and student life during different periods. The Doll Show and Bazaar takes place in Metzger Hall. Plans for Christmas entertainment are announced, to include caroling...

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Phi Beta Kappa elects three senior students. Professor Leon C. Prince announces his candidacy for Congress in the Republican party. Members of the Student Senate critique the practice of group representation in Senate elections and express the need for cooperation and a definite definition of...

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Dickinson joins a nation-wide Christmas stamp-selling campaign that raises funds for the National Tuberculosis Association. The Woman's Choral Club performs for the first time this semester, singing at the College Chapel Service. The renovations being made to Bosler Hall near completion and will...

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