Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 3, 1935

The College office and telephone switchboard office in Old West, the athletic office, and commuters' quarters in East College are revitalized for the new academic year. President Fred P. Corson speaks at chapel, announcing the plan for nondenominational services created with student input. The College Dance Band, Howard Gale and his Red and White Collegians, plays on station WHP in Harrisburg. Four freshman-sophomore scraps are planned: tug-of-war, flag, basketball, and baseball. Women are now allowed to sit with their classes in chapel, though their seats remain separate from those of their male classmates, and are represented in the College Senate.

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