Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 16, 1970

Having surpassed its fund raising goal for trees, the Student Senate approved a motion to donate the excess funds to the Carlisle Shade Tree Commission. Organizers of the Harrisburg Urban Semester will be available to speak with interested students. Wheel and Chain and ODK will sponsor Songfest for Parents' Day. A Student Cooperative Store is being organized to sell new, used, and hand-made articles. Dr. A.L. Rowse, a renowned expert on Shakespeare, will speak at the College. The Mermaid Players will present the comedy "Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man" by Ostrovsky. Folk rock group Rings 'n' Things receive a good review of their performance. A nationwide survey shows that campus disturbances are related to the selectivity of admissions-- colleges that admit freshman from the top ten percent of high school classes had more reaction to the war than those with open admission policies. An ecology conference was held at Dickinson with representatives from 16 colleges dissatisfied with the political agenda of the Governor's Conference on the Environment. The Red Devils beat Haverford 41-19 in their biggest football win of the season so far and remain tied for first in MAC South.