Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Expenses of student organizations to be audited by new committee • Recital of classical music given by institute artists • Field goal the margin of victory as Muhlenberg defeats bears 3-0 • Fred Cardin entertains with music and lecture • Student activities council discuss conflict meetings • Pep week enthusiasm is climaxed by torch parade • "Ditter" Haynes plays for senior class' fall hop • Hockey coeds shut out Phila. country club, 5-0 • Inter-dorm league formed to provide touch football • Fathers' Day banquet attracts large numbers • Sutin leads runners in last cross country meet • Bazaar, tea, and play to follow Swarthmore game • Soccermen lose to F. & M., but put up good fight • Disarmament and peace program tomorrow tonight • Music Club elects • "Roosevelt" and "Litvinoff" to converse tonight • Freshmen girls to attend women's club tea • Illustrated lecture given chemists by Dr. Mauchly • Armistice day service is feature of YW meeting • Men debaters to discuss principles of NRA • Dance and rushing rules discussed by sororities • English Club reviews well-known plays • Class of 1936 selects new type of "U" ring

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 32, Number 9.

Dwight L. Gregory, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 13, 1933



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