Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 17, 1938

Dickinson College Religious Association decides to embrace Protestantism, Catholicism, and Judaism as the tree faiths represented on campus, and to restrict membership to only those who demonstrate interest in religion and sign up on the membership roll.  The French Club plans to show the French film "Mayerling."  Tau Kapp Alpha fraternity sponsors an interfraternity debate tournament.  Two men join Lambda Sigma Pi, the scientific fraternity.  Dean Hoffman, editor-in-chief of the Harrisburg Patriot and Evening News  and a graduate and trustee of Dickinson College, speaks on "Campus Journalism" before the Intercollegiate Newspaper Association Convention.  The Young People's Fellowship holds a Thanksgiving supper at 5:30 in Allison Memorial Church.  The Upsilon Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa meets to discuss upcoming projects.  The Tribunal finds six freshman guilty of violating various freshman rules, and thus restrict freshman to four walking paths on campus.  The new psychology professor, John, K. Trayer, arrives today.  Christina Meredith, student at Johns Hopkins University, lectures the Greek Club on the subject of the excavation of the city of Olynthos.  Football set to play Gettysburg; the winning team will hold a trophy, a mahogany and silver bucket, for the year until the next year's game.  Basketball prepares for upcoming season.  Football beats Susquehanna University; freshman football lose to Dickinson Seminary, and are set to face Gettysburg next week.