Dickinson Alumnus, December 1949

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • The Board of Trustees authorized building an addition to Metzger Hall and continued to plan for a new women's dormitory.
  • The College installed a tablet in Memorial Hall that was dedicated to the Dickinsonians who lost their lives during the Second World War. 
  • Lt. Commander Frances L. Willoughby (class of 1927) became the first woman physician to receive a Navy commission after serving several years in the Naval Reserve. 
  • Dr. Edmund Roger Samuel (class of 1910) became head of the Medical Society of Pennsylvania.
  • W. Burg Anstine (class of 1931) was elected president of the National Exchange Club.
  • Reviewers praised Rev. Alson J. Smith's (class of 1930) new book, Faith To Live By