Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, December 15, 1923

Dickinson alumnus and professor Charles W. Super writes a book on college history, giving special attention to college traditions and student life during different periods. The Doll Show and Bazaar takes place in Metzger Hall. Plans for Christmas entertainment are announced, to include caroling and a collection of donations for underprivileged children in Tennessee. An informal debate with Gettysburg is planned for after the holiday break. Belles Lettres holds a spelling bee and a debate on coeducation at Dickinson in a joint meeting with the Harmon and McIntyre women's literary societies. New men's fraternity members are pledged. The Dramatic club's production of "A Christmas Carol" is canceled and in its place a showing of "Suppressed Desires" will be held. A large number of new books are added to the library.