Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 3, 1938

Charles W. Boote, city judge of Yonkers, New York, plans to speak at Dad's Day program.  Union Philosophical Society elects twenty-four new members.  The Halloween Barn Dance succeeds socially and financially.  The Greek Club is set to re-enact an ancient Greek wedding.  Prof. Mulford Stough becomes a member of the Council of the Pennsylvania Historical Association.  Microcosm wins First-class honor rating and an All-American award by the National Scholastic Press Association.  Freshman football set to meet Blue Ridge Junior College.  Harold E. Fey, executive secretary of the Fellowship of Reconciliation and "traveler in oriental countries" gives Armistice Day address at Young People's Fellowship meeting  in Allision Memorial Church.  French exchange student Yvonne Laird speaks on differences between American and French small town cultures.  Lambda Sigma Pi, the scientific fraternity, gains official recognition as a student club on campus from Dean Vuilleumier and President Corson.  Harold Foster presents some tips for studying.  Phi Kappa and Kappa Sigma remain atop the leaderboard of the inter-fraternity volleyball tournament.  The Dramatic Club begins final stage rehearsals for "The Bat".  Football set to play Dartmouth away for Dartmouth's Homecoming game.  Soccer beats Albright.  Henry C. Hill, warden of the Northeastern Penitentiary Federal prison in Lewisburgh, gives a lecture entitled "The Care of the Criminal" before the Young People's Fellowship.  The Deputation Committee plans a presentation before Carlisle orphans.  Football beats Washington College.  Belles Lettres Society set to meet for first time.  The Dickinsonian enters a contest conducted by the Intercollegiate Newspaper Association of the Middle Atlantic States.