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Artist-students present pleasing concert, Oct. 27 • Eminent German actor to appear on Ursinus campus • Ursinus bears outplay Gettysburg Bullets but lose tight game, 7-2 • Banquet brings Fathers' Day program to close • Straw ballot results • Wrestling candidates report to coach Carleton • Plans for organization made by college chemists • Presidential poll shows a landslide for Hoover • Republican party stages political rally in gym • Soccer team scores first intercollegiate victory • Curtain Club to present Schaff play, December 2 • Glee Club schedules two concerts next month • Ursinus represented at AAUW conference • Memorial services held for Prof. Harry Bretz • Alumni tea • Senior class plans to have Halloween hop • World politics discussed by International Relations Club • Y.W. discusses socialism at third political rally • Men's Debating Club holds initial meeting • Orchestra selected for pan-Hellenic ball • Girl's Glee Club meets; plans for coming year • Rev. Faye of Norristown addresses YMCA meeting • Dr. J. B. Price speaks at enthusiastic pep meeting • English Club meets at Glenwood Hall • College Sunday school holds Halloween party • Mathematics group gathers in science building • Varsity hockeyists and second team practice
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Max Montor, Herbert Hoover, soccer, football, wrestling, YMCA, YWCA, debate team, Edwin Faye, field hockey
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Gregory, Dwight L.; Alspach, Alfred C.; and Omwake, George Leslie, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 31, 1932" (1932). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 1034.
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