Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, May 12, 1927

An article outlines Professor Norcross's reasoning surrounding the rise in student suicides. Professor Leon C. Prince has eleven speeches to give in various states between mid-May and Commencement, including nine Commencement addresses. The Dickinson Tennis team opened the season successfully when it returned victorious in matches against Washington and Jefferson, Grove City, and the University of Pittsburgh. The principle speakers at the annual Dickinsonian Banquet included M.H. James, a well-known columnist of the Harrisburg Telegraph, and Dean Hoffman, the editor of the Harrisburg Patriot. Harry F. Ford, Professor of Sociology at Union Theological Seminary in New York City, will be the special speaker for the Founders Day event. Dickinson representative in China, Raymond R. Brewer gave a lecture entitled, "The Aims and Development of the Nationalist Movement in China" earlier this week.