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October hop to be first dance • Y roast to be held Wednesday • President's address begins 69th year; offers advice • Four of faculty new bridegrooms • '38-39 enrollment Ursinus' largest • Glenwood preceptress becomes acting dean of women in summer changes • McCorkle tops Y regional council • Curtain Club will hold tryouts tomorrow evening • Council ruling to enlarge band • Store and post office renovated • Frosh go through annual induction; Ditter, Shuster prepare handbook • Ursinus host to five summer conferences • Jobs allotted as college gets larger NYA appropriation • Alumni appointed to high school coaching positions • Land behind Highland sold to new combined school board • The Class of 1942 • Mud Hens spring 12-9 upset by beating favored bears Saturday • Soccermen held to 1-1 by Girard • Dickinson here this Saturday • Introducing the grizzly gridiron mentors • Large hockey squad drilling toward opener next Saturday • Intramurals to start; Brodbeck defends touch football title • Chairman Wimer appoints five to booster committee • Dean Kline adjudged Ursinus' man of year in August Alumni Journal • Varsity Club to sponsor dance contest • First gridder to appear Saturday • Executive alumni committee to meet here Saturday • Gilbert Bartholomew speaks at first Sunday vespers service • Frosh, new faculty members invited to tea Thursday • Jing announces athletic ticket sale and distribution

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Camilla B. Stahr, Norman E. McClure, Dorothea McCorkle, Highland Hall, football, field hockey, soccer, Peter Paul Stevens, Don Kellett, Whorten A. Kline, YMCA, YWCA


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 37, Number 1.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 3, 1938



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