Dickinsonian Newspaper

1924

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Five thousand domestic students and 1000 international students, including 5 representatives from Dickinson College, attend a youth leadership conference in Indiana to discuss the possibility of Christian solutions to global problems. Coach Richard McAndrews is elected athletic director of the...

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A listing of cash prizes and medals available for excellence in scholarship appears with descriptions of the specific requirements for each. The final members of the debate team are selected. State Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Von Moschzisker will give a lecture on the "World Court."...

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A Dickinson in China fundraiser drive begins with a goal of $2,000, to be put towards the maintenance of a professor at the West China Union University. Joe Lightner is reelected head football coach for the 1924 season. A feature on West China Union University, its history, and graduates appears...

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The opening day of the Dickinson in China fundraiser drive raises $887 in donations from 279 students. The Conly Concert Company of Philadelphia will give a concert. Alumnus Andy Kerr teaches a course on yell leading at Standford. The Athletic Council passes a resolution limiting the college...

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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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A sophomore student Harry Frycklund dies from pneumonia at the age of 20. An audit by the bursar of the Athletic Association shows that the football program is operating at a deficit. Tentative plans for commencement, including several class reunions, are announced. Professor Ernest Albert...

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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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The Dramatic Club's production of Clarence debuts. Belles Lettres and UPS plan a contest to include informal debates and speeches. A survey of the most popular names among Dickinson students appears. The Alumni Council requests the cooperation of undergraduate students for the preparation of...

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Students form the Republican Club, which throws its support behind Professor Leon C. Prince in his congressional campaign. Professor Prince addresses Dickinson students and members of the Carlisle community as a part of his campaign for the Republican nomination for congress. Non-Fraternity men...

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The Dickinsonian holds an exam to select new editorial staff members for the following academic year. Plans for the senior party and a picnic are laid out, as well as a tentative date for Class Day. Twenty-seven members of Dickinson's chapter of the Pi Beta Phi sorority are hosted at a reception...

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The track team defeats Lehigh 71 to 55 in its opening match of the season. The Freshman baseball team defeats the Sophomores, thus revoking the "girl rule." Belles Lettres defeats UPS in the groups' intersociety informal debate and speech contest. Small improvements are made to college buildings...

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Professor Leon C. Prince loses the race for the Republican party's congressional nomination. The joint senate committee produces a tentative constitution for their new joint student senate. Dickinson hosts a field day for 600 Cumberland county public school students. Two female students will...

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Dickinson's relay team wins the Middle Atlantic States Championship Relay held at Penn State, breaking the record time by two seconds. A group of men to discuss important issues, including the essential values of life among other things, is set to meet. The first Microcosm yearbook leaving out...

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The All-College Social Committee announces plans for the Founders' Day celebration, to include two athletic events and a play produced by the Greek Club, among other things. Pi Beta Phi, as a part of the Pan Hellenic Council's lecture series, hosts a lecture on health featuring Dr. E H Matzke, a...

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Professor Earnest A. Vuilleumier invents a solids hydrometer, to be used in determining the specific gravity of solid substances. The Board of Trustees authorizes the drawing up of architectural plans for renovations to the college's dormitories and the building of a new gymnasium. New events to...

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The track team wins the Central Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Conference meet at Island Park in Harrisburg. The men's senate announces that the budget for student activities will be increased by $500 for the following year. An itinerary for commencement appears. The Dickinsonian is readmitted to...

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East College improved over summer break at $60,000 renovation cost. Student's secretary of the College Lahman Forrest Bower writes book entitled "The Economic Waste of Sin". Inter-Fraternity Council to strictly enforce rushing rules. Alumnus Rev. Frank T. Bell '02 dies in car accident. Analysis...

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Football team to travel to Allegheny. Athletic Association purchases a grid-graph for gymnasium. Prof. Vuilleumier advances a test for the presence of denaturant in alcohol. Kappa Sigma and Phi Mu win Inter-Fraternity Council scholarship cups. Student Tribunal imposes sentences on Freshmen who...

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Football opens home season against Villanova. Social Committee plans college picnic, details kept a secret until further notice. Connecticut State Police use Prof. Vuillemier's "Dickinson Alchometer". Spotlight on W.W. Edel, '15, on his writing for the Washington Christian Advocate.

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Football team defeats Villanova, to play F and M later. Debate Team to start training. World Series baseball games shown on newly installed grid-graph in College gymnasium. Union Philosophical Society to celebrate "Roosevelt Day". Law School graduate Daniel Reese, '99, recognized for being...

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Football team wins against F and M, to play Lehigh soon. Cross Country team opens season against Lehigh. Prof. Leon C. Prince in the running for Congressional seat. Plans for Dramatic Club announced.

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Football team defeated by Lehigh, details of game published. College to participate in Carlisle's Old Home Week with a parade lead by college band. 1924-25 academic year extended by a week, bringing the term length up to college standard. Preparations for Parents and Alumni Day and Old East...

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Football team defeats Albright. College librarian Lydia Gooding prepares exhibit, showcasing a number of books and pamphlets illustrating the customs of the College over the years. Calvin Coolidge wins College "Straw Vote" with 285 votes. Prof. Vuilleumier develops his alchometer further as news...

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Football team beats Gettysburg but loses to Marines. One marine injured and seven others escaped as their plane crashed heading to game. Literary Societies to hold Armistice Day program. Tribunal to enforce Freshmen rules more strictly.

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