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Tomlinson, Plunkett again to head '38 weekend • Sunnybrook's Leroy Wilson to play this Saturday in gymnasium • Seniors to publish Ruby in honor of Witmer • "Mikado," "Sweetheart" to be staged by Philip • Willauer passes bar exams first time up • Grizzlies trampled 15-0 in rain by Red Devils • Faculty club hears Wilcox at year's first meeting • Four itinerant students to recount summer trips • Rotary Club and church hear Dr. McClure • Early co-ed life theme at WSGA mass meeting • To enforce arbitration or not, that is the question • Franchot tone played part now held by Rollin Lawrence • Faculty chess devotees to present championship cup • Mac's bears to face Lions in fray Saturday • Hockeyites drop first to Swarthmore, 3-0 • Brodbeck doesn't play, but leads anyway • Pastrymen paste Dickinson to continue streak • Kellett's frosh gridsters to open at Farm School • McClures formally receive eighty members of faculty and wives • Serious note struck in aim of French Club meeting • Entire vespers devoted to singing

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Martin W. Witmer, Philip B. Willauer, student government, William F. Philip, Curtain Club, Chess Club, Norman E. McClure, soccer, football, intramural sports, field hockey


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 4.

Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 11, 1937



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