Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 23, 1897

Trustee and member of the class of 1848 William Daniel passes away.  Exerpts from an article in the Ladies' Home Journal on the value of an education from a small college are quoted.  The question of improving the exits from the athletic field is continued.  Establishment of celebration of John Dickinson's birthday is encouraged.  Relief from literary work is proposed for those who must regularly prepare sermons.  A reception for the Senior class is held at the Ladies Hall.  The orchestra and glee club elect officers.  There is inter-racial disturbance at a college football game, including an assault of a student.  A college chorus is organized.