Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 27, 1967

Homecoming schedule presented. The annual military ball is presented by the Dickinson R.O.T.C. Corps of Cadets. The Open Door sponsors a "love-in" dance, an alternative to the military ball. Temple University Orchestra set to play in the Holland Union Building at the invitation of the Student Senate Cultural Affairs Committee. The practice of athletes cutting class for sporting events is under scrutiny. Story regarding Kana Van Pelt's experience in Fairbanks flood continues from the previous week. Kate Chopin's "The Awakening" is reviewed. Stew Husid of Phi Kappa Sigma collected the most money in the "Campus Chest" charity drive. Pi Beta Phi sorority completed the first of its "Womanhood Discussion Series." Hazing procedures for frateneties are examined after incidents at the University of Kentucky and Baylor University. Dickinson hosted the Debate Council's first fall tournament with 20 schools from five different states, with a Dickinson freshman, Mike Trachtman, emerging victorious. Dickinson students work through Chaplain's office to tutor area children. Dickinsonian begins a class for reporters aimed at raising the standards of the news within the Dickinsonian. Football to play Lebanon Valley.