Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, January 12, 1933

A. J. "Dad" Elliot, a Christian leader, challenges students to engage more in Christian practices. Many freshmen, the registrar reveals, are related to former Dickinsonians. The annual Doll Show was held Dec. 16, 1932 and resulted in $40.00 being donated to the Shiremanstown Home along with dolls and other gifts. German club showing a "talkie" in the annual German picture showing. Students ratify the new Athletic Association constitution. Prof. Albert H Gerberich investigates the genealogy of film actress Lillian Gish. Dramatic Club to perform "Haunted House" Thursday, Jan. 19th. Debate Club has discussion with President and Mrs. Waugh about India and its nationalist movement. Microcosm lowers prices to buy space in the new publication. New courses to be offered in English, Law and Social Science. Dickinson wins men's basket ball game against Juniata. Girls of Metzger Hall have begun to say "it isn't on the menu," originally in response to the food they're being given, but it has evolved into the phrase of the girls. Four hundred books are missing from the library. The College renevates the Mooreland Estate. Skull and Key Society will hold dance this coming Saturday.