Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, October 30, 1964

This edition reports that the Military Ball and Parents' Day have been scheduled. The Military Ball will have an international theme. The Mermaid Players production of "Our Town" is reviewed. In the Mock Election, Johnson scored 66% of the vote to Goldwater's 34%. IFC pledges $150 to the Humanities Fund Drive. Professor Ferdinando Maurino continues his series on Spain. A new fitness program is announced. A display of Italian etchings opens in Bosler Hall. Indian student Romir Chatterjee is profiled. Dr. Phillip Lockhart is elected president of Pennsylvania State Association of Classics Teachers. The second New York seminar is held with enthusiastic participants. The Freshman class elects officers. The staff of The Dickinsonian polls students to get their reactions to CORE and other civil rights activities on campus. Chris Adams of the United States Army is named Cadet of the Month. Girl's hockey team scores first win. Soccer and cross-country teams are victorious in recent games. Phi Delta Theta in undefeated in IF League play.