Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, March 23, 1933

Announces speakers for Vocational Guidance Week. Committees appointed to help plan the Sesquicentennial dance. The Dickinson Debate team won a debate against Colgate. Article on initials carved into the "famous old stone steps" of Old West. The Men's Glee Club will travel to sing for Dickinson alumni clubs in New Jersey and New York. The Senate voted to bring before the Men's Tribunal the issue of suspending Freshmen rules after Spring Break (it passed) and also Senate appointed a committee to investigate the administration's actions on behalf of students when they must miss class for reasons outside of their control (i.e. sickness or debate competitions, etc.). Seniors who wish to have a cap and gown at commencement must order fill out their rental forms immediately. Punishments given out to rule-breaking freshmen. The Trunk Line Association of the Railroads offers reduced ticket rates for students who are traveling by train for Spring Break throughout the East. The college takes measures to increase its publicity. Plans move along on all-girls field day. The college installs a new light system across campus. Mooreland field is prepared for intramural sports (this was done by cutting down trees, etc.). The Men's Baseball season to open very shortly.