Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 12, 1936

In honor of Armistice Day, Gilbert Malcolm gives a talk entitled “Memories of a Soldier,” based on his experiences fighting in World War I. A Peace Panel, held at a local church, discusses whether a pacifistic plan or educating the common man in defensive warfare is a better plan to lead us to world peace. The Senate recommends to the faculty that the students be given a three day Thanksgiving break. A College Date Bureau will be established under the All-College Social Committee. A young man will submit a piece of paper describing himself, and by this description he will be matched with a young lady. The football team beats Gettysburg College.

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