Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, May 1, 1937

The Founder’s Day issue of the Dickinsonian. President Corson gives a speech concerning the childish views in which most people view religion, and promotes introspection as a way to fix personal problems and be happy. Wheel and Chain taps eight new members. Methodist Bishop and former Dickinson trustee William Fraser McDowell died in his home Monday. The Debate team wins against Muhlenberg College in the final debate of the season. The Athletic Association awards Letters and elects a new basketball manager. Founder’s Day is celebrated with addresses and a memorial service. The Greek Club presents Sophocles’ Antigone. The aims and functions of the Emergency Peace Campaign are presented to the campus in an address by Dr. George Putman. The golf team loses to Delaware. The baseball team wins against Mt. St. Mary’s College, but loses to Lafayette in their first defeat of the season. The Dickinson Relay Team places third in the University of Pennsylvania Relay Carnival.