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Volume 2, Number 9 October 17th, 1929
 

ISSUE CONTENT SUMMMARY




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  • Page 1

    Casts Chosen For Four Fall Plays
    • Department Of Oral English Coaching Thespians
    X Country Team In Fine Shape
    • Opening Race Scheduled With Vermont On October 19th
    Athletic Department Announces That Baseball
    Is To Replace Lacrosse As S. S. C. Spring Sport
    • Lacrosse
    • Baseball Coach: William Durr Banks
    • Baseball
    College Joins In University Day
    • Faculty And Student Body To Be Represented in Procession
    Bishop Shipman Chapel Preacher
    • Says Every Layman A Minister In Holy Orders
  • Page 2

    Editorial
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    To Warden Bell:
    Higher Criticism
    Dr. Woodridge Lectured Here
    Fraternity Row
    • Eulexian
    • Kappa Gamma Chi
    • Sigma Alpha Epsilon
    New Men From Ten States
  • Page 3

    Saints' Opener Lost To Williams Team
    • Lemley and Craven Tally For Scarlet Aggrevation
    Lucky 'Levens
    • The Lyre Tree's Own Predictions
    "Hazing" Abolished At Haverford
    Scarlet Bootmen To Meet Stevens Tech
    • Soccer Game Scheduled For Saturday on Zabriskie Field
    History 18
    Basketball Team's Prospects Good
    • Promising Material Among New Men
    Warden Bell Gives Poetry Reading
  • Page 4

    Warden Analyzes Modern Unrest
    • Cites Church As Logical Solution Of Difficulties
    Harriers To Meet Middlebury At Haverford
    • With Five Veteran Men Prospects Are Good For The Year
      • Course Outlined
    Netmen Contest For Warden's Cup
    • Waeber Takes First Match From Stanford
    Students Attend Lecture On China
    • Honor Society's Premier Forum
    Frosh Filosophy
    Limericks
      -John Mills Gilbert
    Scarlet Boosters Stop Stroudsburg
    • Slow Game Features Initial Home Contest
  • Page 5

    J. J. Chapman Reads His "Antigone" To Greek Students
    S. S. C. Alumnus Elected Titular Head Of P. E. Church Of America
    • Member Of Eulexian Fraternity
    Alumni Notes
  • Page 6

    Hell, Not Fire, But Emptiness; Says New York Rector
      -Dr. W. R. Bowie, Chapel Speaker
    Soft Hearted Sophs Don't Enforce Rules
    Sports Editorial

 

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