Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Curtis institute artists to render evening concert • May Day pageant must be submitted by January 8 • Bears felled by G-burg Bullets, 12-13; frosh score 9-0 win at Farm School • College Glee Club sings at McAllister's in Phila. • Faculty and students are entertained at YW tea • Fred Cardin, Indian lecturer, secured by Jr. advisory com. • "Ditter" Haynes to play for senior dance Nov. 11 • Ursinus harriers place second in conference meet • Soccermen tie Haverford but bow to the Bullets, 7-0 • Mrs. John Lentz plans to entertain freshman girls • Lecture by Dr. J. Mauchly to Hall Chemical Society • Y.M. to be guests of Y.W. at armistice day program • Father's Day banquet after Muhlenberg game • Women's dorm committee to sponsor tea and bazaar • Ye famed tugge-of-warre sees sophs victors; Parson Mitchell drenched in watery battle • English Club plans discussion of "modern theatre" tonight • Mathematics group enjoys games and speeches at meeting • Big-little sisters unite in celebrating Halloween • Y.M.C.A. chorus makes tentative plans for year • Hist.-social science group elects Wm. O'Donnell pres. • Pep rally talks by "pop" Hendricks and Brownback • Mr. Pettit speaks to Y on topic of religion • Glenside Quarterly Club to witness football game • Curtain Club may present production in December • "Thank you doctor" to be presented November 18 • Church conference held at Ursinus November 4 • Political impersonations at women's debating club • Brotherhood discusses "prayer" at meeting • Roxborough M. E. Church to hear Ursinus Glee Club • New press box will welcome visiting scribes hereafter • Wm. Tempest leads vespers in "appreciation" program • Representatives attend YW cabinet conference

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 32, Number 8.

Dwight L. Gregory, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 6, 1933



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