Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Colleges to debate war debt cancellation • Y.M.C.A. sponsors freshman discussion groups • Grizzly gridders register season's initial victory; down Dickinson 7-0 • Frosh eleven defeats Williamson Trade, 6-0 • Students express attitude on current problems • Alumni athletic club making membership drive • Social events planned by student activities council • Woman's Club to meet in girls' day study, Sat. • Presidential campaign planned by YWCA • Numerous candidates for hockey berths • Exec. com. of alumni ass'n. to meet in library, Sat. • Glee Club to participate in Norristown program • Harriers meet F. and M. Sat., Villanova event postponed • Women's debating club meets at Glenwood • Pre-medical society outlines activities • Scholarship fund, memorial to J. L. Alexander, D.D., '01 • Rev. Lentz speaker at YMCA meeting • Dr. Barnard lectures to Shenandoah teachers • Inter-fraternity council discusses "rushing", ball • Rhodes scholarship regulations announced • Freshman girls hear talk on campus manners • Curtain Club resumes dramatic activities • Former bears address enthusiastic pep meeting • Officers elected by inter-sorority council

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 31, Number 5.

Alfred C. Alspach, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 10, 1932



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