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Floy Lewis, campus leader, explains women's student government functions • Enrollment figures reach record mark as 1036 matriculate • Council chooses Chad Alger as prexy; Saurman selected secretary- treasurer • Faculty admits five; Weygandt included • Oops! What's this? B-listers lambast dean's team 77-23 • Cut system altered; Dean lists changes • Large group starts high school duties • Arvanitis picks Ruby staff; Horner, Southall to assist • Phillips to replace Miller as new college registrar • Juniors to hold reception for women of frosh class • Coed tours Europe with church group • First epistle to the freshmen • Visitor gives views on summer school • Callow frosh eagerly anticipate orders as benevolent sophomores begin reign • Fifty coeds to vie for hockey squad • Basketball prospects drop as Widholm leaves Ursinus • Don Young leads grizzlies to 19-7 triumph over Drexel engineers in season's inaugural • Bears face Fords in second contest • Bakermen working for Oct. 16 opener • "Y" rally to reveal program for year • Pancoast to speak at meeting of AVC • Jrs. and Srs. plan roster for season • Music department organizes club for coordinating activities • Collegeville Inn, K.K. merge as business scene changes

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, enrollment, Floy Lewis, student government, Chad Alger, George Saurman, Cornelius Weygandt, cut system, student teachers, William J. Phillips, Steve Arvanitis, Ruby, Ruth Pettit, alumni, freshmen customs, field hockey, basketball, Wally Widholm, Don Young, football, soccer, G. Sieber Pancoast, Music club, YMCA, YWCA, Collegeville Inn, Kopper Kettle, Wagner's Snack Bar


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 1.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 4, 1948



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