Dickinsonian Newspaper

1930

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Doll Show is successful.  Boy Scout Leaders' Training Course to be held at Dickinson.  Linoleum is laid down on the library floor. 

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Greek Club elects officers; Bernard L. Green is president.  Phi Kappa Psi donates a trophy to be given to the winner of the interfraternity swim meet.  Football changes the way in which its captains are elected.  Warren C. Lummis installed as Athletic Association president.

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The college obtains the original of all American portraits of Charles Nisbet.  Physics department head Professor John Frederick Mohler dies from lobar pneumonia.

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Annual junior prom is held.  Fraternities initiate new members.  Professor Leon C. Prince is injured in an automobile accident.

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Former Dickinson president Dr. George Edward Reed dies.  Professor J. H. Parlin succeeds Mohler as head of physics department.  Basketball defeats Gettysburg.  Thomas Gibb '33 is injured in a fire drill.

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La Verne Casner elected as most outstanding member of junior class.  Men's Student Senate passes a bill, at the suggestion of Omicron Delta Kappa, creating a committee to audit the books of student organizations not financially supported by the college.  Interfraternity Council drafts new...

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Dickinsonian to hold annual banquet.  Sigma Chi wins Interfraternity cup in intramural basketball.  A portrait of James Wilson to be purchased for the college under the leadership of Boyd Lee Spahr, Esq.  Debate team defeats Penn State.  Men's basketball finishes its season with a second defeat...

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Trustee Lemuel T. Appold establishes Charles K. Zug Memorial Fund for scholarships at Dickinson.  Final exam schedule is cancelled to make room for Carnegie Foundation tests.  German Club gives exam for scholarship trip to Germany contest.  Annual Miami Triad dance to be held.  Board of Trustees...

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Athletic Association holds annual D dinner.  Union Philosophical Society inducts new officers.  YMCA elects officers.  Dickinson Club of Baltimore holds annual dinner.  YMCA and YWCA to joint-present forum discussions.  Dickinson loses annual triangular debate.  Edward S. Kronenburg Jr. to...

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YMCA and YWCA hold a debate about Prohibition.  Senior class decides not to hold a senior ball.  An all-college dance will replace fraternity dances at commencement.  Alfred O. Keedy wins German Club scholarship to Germany.  Phi Kappa Psi wins interfraternity track.  Dickins0n-in-China drive...

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W. Burg Anstine wins inter-class debating contest; will represent Dickinson at inter-collegiate oratorical contest.  WSGA and YWCA elect officers.

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Professor W. M. Eddy and Edward Kronenberg Jr. present their paper to the Pennsylvania Academy of Science.  Class of 1895 builds memorial gate at northeast corner of campus.  Individual fraternity dances will occur in Commencement Week rather than the planned all-college dance.  Students to sit...

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The class of 1895, under the leadership of William Clarke, constructs a gate at the northeast corner of campus.  Board of Trustees raises limit of college enrollment to 600; lowers number of women students to be admitted.  Dickinson Players perform A Full House

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YWCA plans May breakfast for Founders' Day.  Plans for senior class picnic.  Glee club nominates officers.  Students volunteer to fight forest fires on South Mountain.  Interfraternity Council elects officers.  Student Senate passes legislation concerning election of campus organization officers...

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Senior picnic is held.  Founders' Day is planned.  Roy R. Kuebler wins Miller Award in freshman declamation contest.  Union Philosophical Society and Class of 1933 elect officers.  Professor Eddy warns of impurities in Carlisle drinking water.

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Wheel and Chain elects new members.  Founders' Day and May Day are celebrated.  Representatives to Men's Student Senate are elected.  The results of a survey of Dickinson students' attitudes toward naval armaments are reported.

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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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A Freshman Week is adopted for the first time in conjunction with the YMCA. Conway Hall is renovated to include some rooms to be used for dormitory purposes and to update the locker room facilities. Four freshman men are summoned by the Men's Student Tribunal for violation of freshmen rules and...

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The Board of Trustees organize several series of lectures on cultural and educational topics for the Dickinson and Carlisle community. They will cover "The Makers of Europe" and "Studies of Great Men." The Sigma Chi fraternity announces at the Interfraternity Council its intent to hold a contest...

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New intramural sports are introduced including wrestling, boxing and soccer to join intramural basketball, track, swimming and baseball. Twenty-seven of the thirty-six new freshmen women pledge fraternities. The cross country season is postponed until November to prevent athletes from injury....

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Professor Herbert Wing of the Greek Department and coach debating is named president of the State Intercollegiate Debating Association of delegates from twenty colleges in the state. The Greek Club presents a play entitled "The Sorrows of Demeter" Friday night.

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Plans for Homecoming, November 15, are underway. Two recent Dickinson graduates, John Pipa and Robert Forney, take part in local politics, running for positions in Northumberland County. The freshman class revolts against the class rules system, violating every rule but wearing the dink. This is...

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The revolt of freshmen in response to the freshmen rules is unsuccessful in changing them for this year but they will be revised for the next freshman class. The revolt reached such a point that pamphlets were made in support of their cause. The Dramatic Club will be presenting "Square Crooks,"...

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The sophomore class captures the leader of the freshman class on the eve of the freshman Halloween party. The Macbeth performance drew a full house with more than one hundred of these guests coming from out of town. At a faculty meeting it is decided that Thanksgiving break will be extended to...

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A meeting for the celebration of the 150 anniversary of Dickinson College is set for tomorrow. A new president of the Tribunal is elected after the previous one withdrew from school last week. Five Dickinson College alumni are victorious in state elections. The Microcosm Photo Contest is...

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