Dickinson Alumnus, November 1926

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Frank R. Keefer (class of 1885) was appointed senior colonel of the Medical Corps by President Calvin Coolidge.
  • Dickinson, Gettysburg, Franklin & Marshall, Muhlenberg, and Ursinus formed the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference.
  • The Athletic Conference Symposium adopted a new set of eligibility rules for the schools in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference. 
  • Students raised money to support Dickinson professors and alumni teaching in China.
  • James Gordon Steese (class of 1902), president of the Alaska Road Commission, was appointed Brigadier General of the Alaska National Guard.
  • Former President George Edward Reed published "A Period of Construction," the eighth in a series entitled "Reminiscences of Dickinson."