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Hilarious comedy staged by dormitory committee • Men hold traditional football season smoker • Bears win fourth straight victory over Swarthmore by 13-0 score • I.N.A. convention meets at Johns Hopkins • Frosh end 1933 grid season undefeated • Pep rally dedicated to senior gridiron warriors • Main Line defeats hockey team in spirited encounter • Cast chosen for Curtain Club offering "Firebrand" • Woman's Club entertains freshman girls at tea • Season's last soccer game ends in deadlock • Woman's dormitory committee sponsors bazaar and tea • I.R.C. gives armistice program at open meeting • Glee Club to give concert • Treasurers to meet Wed. • French Club to hold initial meeting Tuesday • College is host to Carmel Quarterly Club • Beta Sigma holds dance • New plan adopted for instrumental ensembles • Women students to hear pres. of medical college • William Mitchell succumbs • Y.W.C.A. considers condition of the negro • Y.M. hears prof. Boswell • Forensic Club picks questions for debating season • Modern novel is subject for English Club discussion • Litvinoff and Roosevelt appear at Debating Club • College host to reformed church workers' meeting • College is given trees • Sorority pledges • Brodbeck leading in inter-dormitory football conference • History-soc. science group to hear James T. Young • College department of Sunday School gives novel party • Dance and membership pins planned by Varsity Club

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 32, Number 10.

Dwight L. Gregory, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 20, 1933



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