Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Noted Zimmer Harp Trio presents musical program • Armistice observed in chapel service • Ursinus debating league holds annual conference • Fighting grizzlies roll up 20-0 score on Swarthmore gridders • Cross country team loses closely contested meet • Gettysburg to be host to INA convention • Girls' hockey team ties NY Knickerbocker Club • "Ba-thane" is joint YM and YW production • President attends library dedication at Shippensburg • "The Black flamingo" is Curtain Club play • College benefitting from long term subscriptions • Dr. White attends conf. of Penna. assoc. of deans • Prof. McClure is chairman of conference on English • Faculty may sponsor a literary journal • Fraternity will lead "Y" • Thanksgiving Day tickets • Soccer booters defeat Swarthmore Jayvees, 2-1 • Mrs. Lentz entertains freshmen girls at tea • Churchmen's banquet held in Freeland Hall • Bomberger basement used by grapplers • Fraternities to lead YMCA meetings • Holiday on Tuesday • Editorial: Why not abolish sororities? • Chem.-bi. group will hear Dr. J. H. Muller • Professor Witmer leads men's discussion group • M. Gorki featured at English Club meeting • Seniors prepare for medical aptitude test • Y.M. chorus approved by college administration • Short pep meeting held in Bomberger • May Day pageant contest announced • Dramatic club candidates to present one-act plays • Swarthmore snapshots

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 31, Number 10.

Alfred C. Alspach, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 14, 1932



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