Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 17, 1967

Dave Brubeck Quartet is slated to perform this Friday night in the Carlisle Senior High School gymnasium. Eric Rundbaken will take over duties as the news editor for the Dickinsonian for the remainder of the semester. Phi Epsilon Pi puts on Fall Auto Rallye. United Telephone Company proposes a system in which a telephone would be placed in every room. A profile of the Open Door shows a vital creative pulse within the Dickinson community. Dickinson group Charlotte's Web is set to play at Holy Communion ceremony. Alphi Chi Rho presents financial contribution to new Spahr library. The Dickinson Humanities Fund Committee announces where it will allot its funds for the year. Because of the draft for the Vietnam War, a shortage of male graduate students is expected over the next year. The first annual turtle trot attracted thousands of Dickinson student viewers as "Zek" wins. Food Service Committee meets to discuss problems with food service-student communication. Cross country finishes MAC season on this day. E'town beats Dickinson in soccer, and football loses to Hopkins 52-6.