Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, May 18, 1933

The Men's Senate attempts to get rid of politics from student government. Girls hosted their parents for a special church service and banquet for Mother's Day. Harris Green elected the president of next year's Senior class. Freshmen class attempt to get rid of politics in class elections. President Waugh decides that if a house mother is present at a fraternity house, a girl may enter--this new rule came after Phi Delta Theta secured Mrs. Eisenberg as their house mother. More work is put into the Sesqui-Centennial Pageant to be presented during Commencement Week. The Men's Baseball Team loses to Penn State 5-3. Marcia Lamb leads the freshmen girls to victory over the Women's Interclass Swimming meet. Willard Fohl elected president of the Junior Class. Annual Dickinson German Scholarship awarded. Opinion piece explaining that the library should be open on Sunday nights rather than Saturday nights.