Dickinson Alumnus, November 1930

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Stanley D. Embick (class of 1897), who received a Distinguished Service Medal during World War I, was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General in the US Army and assigned to command Fortress Monroe in Virginia. 
  • Four Dickinson alumni represented Pennsylvania in the House of Representatives, including J. Banks Kurtz (class of 1893) and Robert F. Rich (class of 1907). 
  • Photographs showcased the improvements made to the freshmen dorms located in Conway Hall. 
  • Rev. William H. Decker (class of 1902) recalled a "hi-jacking" incident in 1899, which included a Carlisle justice of the peace issuing a search warrant.
  • George Durbin Chenoweth, a member of the class of 1868 and a prominent trustee, died at age 83.