Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, December 15, 1927

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 the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America and well-known public speaker, will come to speak at Dickinson on Jan. 13th. The stylings of master impersonator William Sterling Battis are well received by students. The College Orchestra struggles with Chapel music. The Glee Club will present the tow act Cantata The Manger and the Star. The Basketball team loses their first match 29-25 to Princeton.