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Current comment • President's page • Campus life • Jan. 27 date set for Philadelphia stag • Law graduates band to serve Ursinus • Standpipe goes, store grows in plant improvement program • 554 students enrolled • Carter receives PH.D. from Wisconsin • Directors hold Fall meeting; Girls' dorm prospects bright • Fall sports • A. H. Hendricks '88 receives highest masonic honor • Three Ursinus alumni elected to Pennsylvania legislature • Questions alumni like to ask answered by Vice-President • Herber heads Long Island teachers • About ourselves • Alumni Association officers

Publication Date

Fall 1938


Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, alumni, deaths, marriages, Abraham H. Hendricks, Old Timers Day, A. Clarence Emery, law profession, Supply Store, standpipe, enrollment, Harvey L. Carter, women's dormitories, football, soccer, field hockey, Masons, Warren K. Hess, Alfred C. Alspach, Lloyd H. Wood, Howard T. Herber, Harry E. Paisley, Thomas M. Gilland, William A. Yeager, Omega Chi, Ralph Mitterling, A. R. Kepler


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Published as Volume 36, Number 2B of the Ursinus College Bulletin.

Ursinus College Alumni Journal, Autumn 1938



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