Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 13, 1924

The Dramatic Club's production of Clarence debuts. Belles Lettres and UPS plan a contest to include informal debates and speeches. A survey of the most popular names among Dickinson students appears. The Alumni Council requests the cooperation of undergraduate students for the preparation of banquets and commencement activities for alumni due to overwhelming interest. Professor Leon C. Prince begins actively campaigning for the Republican party nomination for Congress after announcing his candidacy a week prior. The girl's basketball team finishes its season with a final record of five wins and one loss. A feature on the "ideal college girl" as imagined by students at Iowa University appears. Preparations for a Parents' Day celebration to be held in early May are laid out by the All College Social Committee. The Tribunal revokes the 8 o'clock rule and convicts 15 freshmen of violations of Freshman rules associated with drinking and girls.