Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 7, 1925

The second annual Parents and Alumni Day is a great success. The Theta Chi fraternity has purchased 270 West High Street to be used as a fraternity home. The French Club plans to preform Moliere's "La Grammaire." Dr. Richard Burton delivered a lecture in chapel on the subject of "Modern Tendency in Drama." The football team takes Albright College in a 13 to 6 victory and prepares to meet their arch-rivals Gettysburg. Dickinsonians attend an east central Pennsylvania conference on the World Court. The College celebrates Halloween with a Dance. The Mohler Scientific Club formally opened the Scientific Museum of the College for the year. This year's main attraction is the Priestley Collection; containing Joseph Priestley's famous burning glass. The first Basketball practice of the year was held Monday. Dickinson will send six athletes to the Intercollegiate Cross Country meet in New York the following Saturday.

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