Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 2, 1939

Rev. Dr. Henry Smith Leiper, leader in the world movement for peace and Christian unity , speaks on "Germany's New Religion" at a meeting of the Young People's Fellowship.  Bill Nickels speaks about the trips taken by the Social Survey Committee.  Fraternities Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Theta, and Sigma Chi hold a dance entitled the "Miami Triad," with music from Don Peepbles.  Donations from James W. Bosler provide a majority of funds for the erection of a new Chapel.  Three students join Phi Beta Kappa.  College to reconstruct Bosler Hall for a library.  Ruth Porter takes leading role in the Dramatic Club's "The Shining Hour."  Dr. Reinhard Beutner speaks before the German Club.  Max Brauer speaks before the International Relations Club.  Wheel and Chain gives dinner for seniors at Pi Phi fraternity house.  The Argonauts', led by Earl Kerstetter and Donald Morse, beat Phi Epsilon Pi in the intramural debate series.  Dickinson meets Ursinus in co-ed debate contest (Dickinson men versus Ursinus women).  Ursinus and Franklin and Marshall beat Dickinson in basketball.  Track plays Susquehanna.  Swimming beats Gettysburg.  Chi Omega defeats Phi Mu in intramural basketball, and Phi Kappa Sigma lead the tables in ping pong.