Mohler Scientific Club

                    The Mohler Scientific Club was a co-ed club that was twenty-six members strong in 1934. The Microcosm explained that the club's main goal was to "further knowledge in a club setting." It was self-described in the Microcosm as a scientific club open to anyone campus-wide and for all scientific interests. It covered all scientific fields throughout the year. The possibility of fraternity bias is possible however, because to sigma chi's held the only two positions of leadership. Furman Kepler and Fred Green holding the positions of President and Secretary respectively. This may also have been a coincidence however and no further evidence has been found to support or deny the theory of bias. Regardless of this, the club offered or sponsored several campus-wide events throughout the year, including several guest speakers on several different fields and a "series of moving pictures."

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Class of 1934     Chronicles

Dickinson College

Dickinson 1934 is a project of Prof. Osborne's History 204 Class, Fall Semester 2000.