Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, June 1, 1968

New York Times Columnist James B. Reston spoke at commencement. Charges of slander were leveled against Clarke W. Garrett, who reportedly made comments about Larry J. Warner in one of his classes. Gen. Harold K. Johnson is set to address ROTC graduates. David F. Brubaker received the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching at a Trustees' Meeting on May 30. Phi Beta Kappa voted on new members. 18 members of the Dickinsonian community are planning to study art and religion in India over the summer. Bill Gearhart, former editor of the Dickinsonian, reports on the civil unrest in Europe, where he is living. A drug survey of campus reveals that at least 19 students and 6 faculty members have tried LSD, Mescaline, or some other type of psychedelic drug. A fund shortage has caused Dickinson's Chinese language course to be dropped. Mike Ross of Sigma Chi has formed the "Action in Society" project in order to involve Dickinson students in the Carlisle community. Barry Lynn was temporary student chairmen of the Cultural Affairs Series for 1968-69. Housing shortages in the Men's dormitories for the 1968-69 school year have arisen. Careleton Hull Endemann Jr. was selected as the Summerfield Scholar of the year by his Phi Kappa Psi brothers. Professors announce their plans for sabbatical for the coming semester. President Rubendall's new appointments were announced. PEER and Upward Bound, two Carlisle programs for underprivileged youths run largely by members of the Dickinson community, will begin their first summers in operation this summer. Chinese instructor Li San-Pao wins an award of $1,000 for continuing his graduate studies at Harvard University. Jesse Owens attended the Dickinson sports banquet, where he received an award from President Rubendall. Track finishes fifth in NCAA East Coast Regional Championships. Golf ends the season with a victory. The lacrosse team will lose Senior goalkeeper Pete Schweizer for next season.