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General James Fowler Rusling '54 dies.  Phi Kappa Sigma holds annual formal dance.  Junior class purchases liberty bonds rather than funding Microcosm; will purchase memorial plaque upon cashing in the bonds.  Freshman oratorical contest is held.

 

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Review of football season.  Microcosm to include Law School seniors.

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Miss Mary Buttorff to be featured in the Philomel concert. All college miniature circus event. Microcosm story winners are announced. The shifters appear on campus. Sophomores are allowed to choose punishments for Freshmen guilty of violating rules. The common cold is spreading through campus...

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The football team has its first victory of the season, defeating Villanova 20 to 0. A huge Halloween dance is to be held at which students must be fully masked and games will be had. A new exhibit of scientific instruments opens at the college museum. The price of the Microcosm Yearbook will...

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The track team defeats Lehigh 71 to 55 in its opening match of the season. The Freshman baseball team defeats the Sophomores, thus revoking the "girl rule." Belles Lettres defeats UPS in the groups' intersociety informal debate and speech contest. Small improvements are made to college buildings...

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Dickinson's relay team wins the Middle Atlantic States Championship Relay held at Penn State, breaking the record time by two seconds. A group of men to discuss important issues, including the essential values of life among other things, is set to meet. The first Microcosm yearbook leaving out...

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This week's issue of the Dickinsonian announces the elections of F. B. Giebel as president of the freshman class and Christopher P. Crook to the sophomore class. Football practice begins early in an effort to continue the path of last season's success. A committee of the Interfraternity Council...

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The football team opens their season with a game against Lebanon Valley ending in a 6-6 tie. Dickinson has been chosen to hold the twenty-first annual Student Volunteer conference of the colleges and seminaries of Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey.  Revisions are made to the plan for first...

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A poll on the World Court is taken by the YMCA and YWCA, while Prof. Leon Prince spoke against US involvement in the World Court in chapel. The Inter-Fraternity Council adopts new by-laws; new laws on rushing, bidding, and preferential bidding for pledges; new policies for violations and...

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Dr. Ray, noted explorer, will lecture on his experiences in South America in Chapel on Wednesday. The Junior Prom is planed for March 25th. Photography for the Microcosm has finished. President James H. Morgan was the first speaker on the program of the conference of the Educational Association...

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Dickinson will host the 21st Annual Student Volunteer Conference of Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The cast for the mid-year play "The Whole Town's Talking" is chosen. The 1926 Microcosm reports a $632 profit. A new contest is proposed where all four literary societies will present a...

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The Track team takes first in it's division at the Intercollegiate Central Pennsylvania track meet and will continue on to Middle Atlantics. Student Senate elections are held, with the ballots unchanged, and results are announced. Extensive plans continue to be made for the 143rd commencement;...

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The Debating squad packs a full schedule for the spring, including the annual triangular debate with Gettysburg and Muhlenberg. The junior class has decided to dedicate the 1929 Microcosm to William Weidman Landis, Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy. Dr. Samuel Parkers Cadman, President of...

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A meeting for the celebration of the 150 anniversary of Dickinson College is set for tomorrow. A new president of the Tribunal is elected after the previous one withdrew from school last week. Five Dickinson College alumni are victorious in state elections. The Microcosm Photo Contest is...

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Plans for the 1932 edition of the Mircocosm include a Scottish motif, professional artwork and a section about intramural sports. The German Scholarship fund collected under the guidance of the German Department will be even larger this year so that the recipient will be able to travel...

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The Athletic Association elects a new president, but protests the lack of publicity regarding the elections, blaming Student Senate for the poor turnout. The Biology department, under the leadership of Elmer Herber and the Mohler Scientific Club, presents three films relating to the study of...

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Fraternities, sororities, honorary societies, several classes, and the Athletic Association have plans for several social events to be held in the coming months, including many dances by popular demand. The Microcosm adds a feature on women's athletics for the 1932 issue of the yearbook, a...

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John Hall Hopkins of the junior class is named the most outstanding Dickinsonian as he receives the distinguished 1902 Award. The German department expands is repertoire of classes to include a course entitled Cultural History of the German and Scandinavian People. German will be made the...

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The basketball team ends its season, perhaps its best in school history. Sophomore Milton Davidson is awarded the sophomore cup for exemplary character and achievement by Omicron Delta Kappa. The winners of the 1932 Microcosm beauty contest are decided and include both fraternity and non-...

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The German Club's showing of the film "Anna Christie" brings in $120.29 to be added to the travel fund that will allow students to travel to Germany. A new Dickinson alumni club will be forming in New Jersey. Six college students, including representatives from Dickinson, are collecting 1,000,...

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Several Dickinson men plan to go abroad this summer to western Europe and norther Africa. The Beta Psi fraternity and the Commons Club merge and now will collectively be called the Commons Club Incorporated. Edward Biddle, president of the Board of Trustees creates a committee of trustees that...

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Work begins on the new Phi Delta Theta colonial house. Distribution and sale of the 1932 Microcosm will take place in Bosler starting next week. Senate approves the 1931-1932 budget and passes two new rules involving elections. Founder's Day breakfast will be held by YWCA. The freshman badges...

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Senior Isabel Super dies of complications following appendicitis operation. Professional acts and favors to freshman are eliminated from rushing program. Microcosm awards contracts. Gerald Barnes becomes associate professor of sociology. Janet Sinclair becomes assistant librarian. List of...

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Microcosm is published. Professor G. H. Patterson returns from leave of absence. YWCA holds May Day breakfast. College radio plans to broadcast vocally; prospective radio operators build vocal broadcasting devices. Professor E. A. Vuilleumier is published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry....

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Professor of History, Leon C. Prince, seeks re-election to state senate. Rushing continues for potential new fraternity pledges, while sorority rushing ends. Dickinsonian celebrates 60th anniversary. Dickinson Law School has 54 new men enrolled. The Football team is to open the season with a...

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