Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 13, 1941

A shake-up of Dickinson's intramural system is under consideration by the Intramural Director which will reduce the number of intramural teams with hopes of students participating in different activities instead of intramural sports and in response to the slightly low number of participants in these sports. The College Religious Association raises funds for food for war-weary residents of England and occupied France. The Mid-Winter Ball is characterized by misfortune as the queen of the dance was bed-ridden in the Carlisle Hospital and the orchestra was five seven hours late due to snow. For the first hour of the event, music was played through a victrola with the latest recordings, the first dance on campus to do this. Student Senate creates many new committees to deal with student affairs, one of which will handle all the finances of student organizations. The Young People's Fellowship holds joint meetings with other religious groups on campus, beginning with the Jewish group.

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