Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, December 1, 1938

John W. Ell discusses the meaning of "Dickinson's Tradition," and its place in Old West.  Football coach Arthur D. Kahler selects a virtual "all-opponent team" composed of the best players at every position from the teams against which Dickinson has played thus far in the year.  The Dickinson Club of New York holds its annual dinner at the house of Paul Appenzellar, '95, in New York City.  The Union Philosophical Society holds elections for officers for the coming year.  The Intercollegiate Newspaper Association holds its annual meeting at Gettysburg College.  President Corson speaks at a meeting of the Dickinson College Religious Association.  Wheel and Chain to initiate the custom of wearing green caps with an insignia upon it.  Dickinson held a banquet for its football team, to which townspeople were invited.  Football loses to Gettysburg; Sammy Padjen performed well during the game.  The Debate Squad holds the first in a series of intra-mural debates on the question of the Oregon Plan.  Professor William D. Gould addresses chapel on the subject of his trip to Canton, China.  Choral to sing Handel's "Messiah."  The college plans a "Doll Dance," at which the band "The Diplomats" will play.  Harry Fryer leads Christmas Seal Campaign to fight tuberculosis.  Christina Meredith speaks to the Greek Club on excavations in the Greek city of Olynthos.  Dickinson loses to the YMCA in bowling.  John Ulrich details the different types of "grandstand quarterbacks" one encounters during or after football games. Fraternities continue interfraternity volleyball league.