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Tomlinson signs Howard Gale for senior ball music • MSC dines with Dr. McClure and Helfferich • Roberts and Ditzel are leads in senior play • Curtain Club to present "Vision at the inn" • Term to open 1 week later next year • Geo. L. Omwake fund reaches $11,000 mark • Y's plan feature movies as campus special • Another smash hit scored in old timers' dance • Three ex officio members appointed to council • First bonfire since Penn victory features big pep rally • WSGA attempts to bring forth latent manners of Ursinus women • Modern trend of water-color painting presented by art exhibit • Dr. White confers at Harrisburg with other Pa. deans • "Go into politics" is Pancoast's advice • 'Go it, old girl' echoed by theatre party • Women debater discuss labor as review of '38 season • Ursinus represented by Sheeders at national college educational conference • Folk songs and cookies enliven German Club meeting • Pre-meds see "Eyes of science," film of optical instruments • F. and M. ekes out victory over grizzlies; Soccer and hockey teams come through to score wins Old Timers' Day • Brodbeck and Curtis clash for trophy • Wrestlers look ahead to first meet Jan. 15 • Jim Dietz emerges as men's tennis champion • Two bottom flight teams meet this Saturday • Court season looms as practice begins • Executive committee of Alumni Association votes support of journal • Symphony orchestra begins rehearsals for Mikado

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Norman E. McClure, Donald L. Helfferich, Florence Roberts, Fred Ditzel, George Leslie Omwake, YMCA, YWCA, student government, Elizabeth B. White, Phi Alpha Psi, Garfield Pancoast, Calvin D. Yost, debate team, Franklin I. Sheeder, wrestling, football, field hockey, soccer, Meistersingers, basketball, tennis


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 8.

Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1937



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