Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, November 8, 1934

Professor Leon C. Prince gives a talk on the Golden Rule as aid for an economy recovery for the country. The soccer team loses to Delaware. The Debate Squad elects new officers. The Deputation Committee meets and plans out their work for the year. More freshmen are penalized by the Men's Tribunal for failing to memorize college songs and cheers. The faculty decides to shorten classes on Saturday so that everyone will be able to attend the football game against Gettysburg. The Senate decides to give one semester hour of credit for students participating in the band or orchestra for the school year. The practice of hazing is looked down upon as immature and "beneath the average mentality." A group of professional Shakespearean players is to perform at the college on January 21st in Bosler Hall. In Letters to the Editor, students react to the shortening of the Thanksgiving Break from five days to just one. The cross country team loses to Franklin and Marshall.