Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 30, 1930

The revolt of freshmen in response to the freshmen rules is unsuccessful in changing them for this year but they will be revised for the next freshman class. The revolt reached such a point that pamphlets were made in support of their cause. The Dramatic Club will be presenting "Square Crooks," a three-act mystery, as their next production. The sophomore class claims ten of the eleven roles. Belles Lettres brings notable speakers to campus including Leon Pearson, Maynard Williamson and Lieutenant Zeimer of Germany. The highly anticipated production of "Macbeth" by the Shakespeare Players will be happening on November 3. The freshman class dance will be held tomorrow (October 31) at the Carlisle armory with a Halloween theme. The national organization of the Phi Beta Kappa society inaugurates a policy that stresses scholarship in secondary schooling.