Exponent Article Index

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114096 DAVID WILLIAMS COMMENDED BY DAILY CARDINAL 31 11 3 1 YES
114097 PHILLIES READY TO MEET ALUMNI 31 11 3 1 NO
114110 LARGEST CLASS GRADUATING HERE TODAY 31 12 1 1 NO
114111 MISS WARNER TO WED TOMORROW 31 12 1 1 NO
114120 PHILADELPHIANS HOLD REUNION 31 12 3 1 NO
114121 ULLRICH PRESIDES AT BACCALAUREATE 31 12 3 1 NO
114122 O'NEILL, HEUER, WIN FORENSICS HONORS FOR 1931 31 12 3 1 NO
114130 STUDENT FUND SHOULD HAVE MORE MONEY 31 13 1 1 NO
114131 FIELD DAY ATTRACTS CROWDS OF FARMERS TO PICNIC GROUNDS 31 13 1 1 NO
114143 FORTY-THREE GRADUATES OF LONGER COURSES ARE ALREADY LOCATED 31 13 3 1 NO
114150 NIGHT FOOTBALL PROVES SUCCESS AS NEW VENTURE 31 13 4 1 YES
114154 NEW ASSEMBLY PROGRAM SERIES STARTS TODAY 32 1 1 1 NO
114155 NINETY STUDENTS ENTER PRELIMINARY DEBATING CONTESTS 32 1 1 1 NO
114164 AG DEPARTMENT BUYS MACHINERY; HIGH CROP YIELDS REBUILT; 32 1 3 1 NO
114166 BILL KUCHEMANN LEADS SCHOOL BAND; FORTY TRY OUT 32 2 1 1 NO
114167 SCOTS CARRY OFF DEBATING HONORS 32 2 1 1 NO
114181 WASHINGTON TO BE FEATURED IN 1932 PIONEER 32 3 1 1 NO
114182 EDQUIST PLEASED WITH THE WORK OF MIXED CHORUS 32 3 1 1 NO
114193 DISCUSSIONS AND BUSINESS FEATURE FACULTY MEETINGS 32 3 3 1 NO
114194 INSTALL MINIATURE FACULTY POST BOXES 32 3 3 1 NO
114198 HOMER J. SMITH SPEAKS BEFORE VOCATIONAL MEET 32 4 1 1 NO
114199 FACULTY MAKES STUDENT SURVEY 32 4 1 1 NO
114205 YWCA ACTIVITIES 32 4 2 1 NO
114207 GARRETT PUBLISHES HISTORICAL ARTICLE IN CATHOLIC WORLD 32 4 3 1 NO
114208 LIBRARIAN BUYS BOOKS AND NEW BULLETIN STAND 32 4 3 1 NO
114209 ULLRICH AND DEYOE HONORED AT BANQUET 32 4 3 1 NO
114214 SLICK PEACOCK ELECTED CAPTAIN OF 1932 FOOTBALL SQUAD 32 4 4 1 YES
114215 DR. RILEY TALKS ON TODAY'S RELIGION 32 5 1 1 NO
114223 WORKING ONE'S WAY THROUGH COLLEGE 32 5 2 1 NO
114225 INDIANS PORTRAY NATIVE LIFE BEFORE ASSEMBLY 32 5 4 1 NO
114226 ANDERSON ADDRESSES STUDENTS ON RUSSIA 32 6 1 1 NO
114227 HOLDS SUPERVISORY CONFERENCE AT COLLEGE 32 6 1 1 NO
114234 BASKETBALL FOR GIRLS 32 6 2 1 NO
114237 STUNT CONTEST HELD MARCH 9 IN AUDITORIUM 32 7 1 1 NO
114238 DEBATORS TOUR IOWA AND ILLINOIS; TRIP SUCCESSFUL 32 7 1 1 NO
114249 SHORT COURSE IS MOST SUCCESSFUL IN MANY YEARS 32 8 1 1 NO
114259 PRESENT PIONEER DEDICATED TO WASHINGTON 32 9 1 1 NO
114260 TEACHERS MAKE DONATIONS FOR REEMPLOYMENT 32 9 1 1 NO
114267 A SUGGESTION ABOUT THE PROM 32 9 2 1 NO
114268 LOWER PROM DUES WANTED 32 9 2 1 NO
114270 CLASSMEN OVERWHELMINGLY VOTE DOWN JUNIOR RECEPTION 32 10 1 1 NO
114278 REPORTER GIVES PAST OF EXPONENT 32 10 3 1 NO
114280 CAGE SQUAD ELECTS PINTZ AND SMITH CAPTAINS FOR '33 32 10 4 1 NO
114281 GIBSON TAKES LEAD IN 'THE YOUNGEST', SENIOR CLASS PLAY 32 11 1 1 NO
114282 VOCATIONAL MEET HELD AT COLLEGE 32 11 1 1 NO
114302 THIRTY-NINE SECURE POSITIONS FOR 1933 32 12 3 1 NO
114307 GRACE L. MARCH GRADUATES WITH HONOR DEGREE 32 13 1 1 YES
114308 ALUMNI REUNION DRAWS LARGE NUMBER OF GRADS 32 13 1 1 NO
114318 PHILADELPHIANS HOLD REUNION 32 13 3 1 NO
114319 POOR RICHARD'S ALMANAC GIVEN MR. WILKERSON 32 13 3 1 NO

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