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College party again to mark Hallowe'en, sponsored by Y's in gym • 8 seniors named as "Who's who" nominees • Gottshall heads next dance • Knight says school must replace home in training child • Lantern offers $10 in prize money • 125 fathers meet with sons and daughters • Know German and Germany is club aim • Alumnus to write feature in education magazine • Seagrave and Sturges, stage newcomers, star in play • Apply Christianity to college, says speaker • Four leave school, two enter, bringing total to 521 • Philip conducts music hour for music lovers • Ohs and ahs resound with return of Ruby proofs • Clouse temporarily runs supply store • 26 candidates answer Weekly tryout call • Co-eds again to sell novelties at Xmas • Tornetta explains requirements of chemical society • Women debaters establish rules for forensic candidates • Sorority and society • Bears bog down after first quarter, drop first conference meet to Mules • Hockey team wins again, 6-0 • Frosh grid team goes out of existence • Old timers lose to varsity soccermen • Dietz and Wood fight for tennis trophy this week • Brodbeck takes first half of grid round robin • Alumnus wins Drexel comps • Tough Drexel Dragon is bear meat this week • Six new forensicists join mens debate team • Tomlinson takes on change in church in vespers • Singers, instrumentalists perform in Music Club • Business outlook good - Bone; Boswell recalls history

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, YMCA, YWCA, Harold G. Knight, Gary C. Myers, German Club, Jack McMichael, enrollment, Hall Chemical Society, football, soccer, field hockey, tennis, John Tomlinson, J. L. Boswell, M. O. Bone


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 6.

Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 25, 1937



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