Dickinson Alumnus, December 1932

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Dickinson purchased the Mooreland Tract for $50,000, which expanded the campus.
  • The Alumni Council recommended creating a fund to solicit annual donations. 
  • Members of the soccer team received varsity letters for the first time.
  • Wilbur L. Adams (class of 1905) was elected to the House of Representatives. 
  • William D. Thomas (class of 1912), president of Sandvik Steel, Inc., became a Knight of the Kingdom of Sweden as a result of his work with the American Association of Fine Steel Importers.
  • Edmund S. Snyder (class of 1929) wrote "A Glimpse of John Dickinson" for the Alumnus.
  • Former Professor Morris W. Prince died at the age of 89.