Dickinson Alumnus, May 1933

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Plans for the Sesqui-Centennial Commencement in June included a ball, pageant, and an Alumni luncheon on the new Mooreland tract.
  • Alumni formed new clubs in Boston and Reading.
  • The Alumni Council helped organize the first vocational conference held at Dickinson. 
  • Trustee J. Horace McFarland praised James Henry Morgan's (class of 1878) forthcoming book on the history of Dickinson College. 
  • R. Y. Stuart (class of 1903), Chief Forester of the US Forest Service, described the impact of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's unemployment relief bill in "That 250,000" Man Job." 
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