Dickinson Alumnus, May 1941

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Founders’ Day exercises were held in the newly renovated Bosler Hall. 
  • Alexander A. Sharp (class of 1883) donated furnishings for the new recreational reading room in Bosler Hall.
  • Dr. Milton Conover (class of 1913), who had been arrested as a suspected spy, was freed after an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 
  • Harry Whinna Nice (class of 1899), Governor of Maryland from 1935 to 1939, died while on a motor trip at 63 years old.
  • William G. ("Bill") Green (class of 1929) became a member of the staff of the Army and Navy YMCA at Honolulu, Hawaii. 
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