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"Jing" Johnson exhorts students to wake up and cheer • Seagrave, Stoudt given Anderson drama leads • 17 students attend SCM conference at Penn • Mrs. John Lentz passes, college is sorrowed • NYA still needed, Pa. meeting told • 28 seniors commence teaching careers • Dr. McClure attends Muhlenberg ceremony • Antics from catfight to prizefight lay spectators in aisles • Ehlers introduced as frosh president at annual class banquet • Registrar's report shows men gaining on women in enrollment • New standards of IRC make admission difficult • Grizzly Gridder makes first appearance • South to entertain debaters at first fall meeting • Women athletes meet to greet frosh girls at party • Co-eds again to receive equestrian tutoring • Sophomores shine as grizzlies bury Mud Hens; Baker's booters shatter last year's jinx, 1-0 • Co-ed stick squad is almost all veteran • Bears will be first to beat Red Devils • Brodbeck, Freeland win as dorm football starts • Seniors to defend hockey title in stiff co-ed competition • Hows and whats of using the library • Ursinus purchases 7-acre plot adjoining west campus • Mrs. Barnard to speak to college women • Upperclass co-eds to take Little Sisters to movies • Lecrone elected to head business administration group • First forum on October 17 to discuss Far East • Chess players plan tournament, intercollegiate schedule • Manuscript Club invites writers to organize

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Russell C. Johnson, Norman E. McClure, Curtain Club, Walter Wilkinson, International Relations Club, debate team, Women's Athletic Association, field hockey, football, soccer, intramural sports, J. Lynn Barnard, YMCA, YWCA, Chess Club, Kenneth Lecrone


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 3.

Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 4, 1937



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