Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, May 14, 1931

The football team finds a new coach who signs a three year contract. Founders' Day celebrations begin this day. The senior picnic is planned for the following Monday where many athletic events will take place. Two men's literary societies, Belles Lettres and the Union Philosophical Society, see their organizations losing membership and seek aid from the college administration to keep their clubs alive. The Jewish fraternities gain representation in Senate. A study on the supposed excess of dances held at Dickinson shows that dances have no negative effect on students and instead show that the institution has a firm grasp on social life. The Dickinson track and field team wins its first meet of the season by nearly twenty points.

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