Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Fall convention of INA convenes at Gettysburg • Industrial lecture on chocolate industry, Nov. 28 • Capt, Leitheiser describes prison work to YMCA • Bears meet Albright Thanksgiving day • Dr. Muller, Penn, speaks to chem-bi group on germanium • One act plays, informal dance, featured Sat. eve. • Dr. James M. Anders, Philadelphia, addresses pre-med. society • Ursinus harriers take part in West Chester meet • Faculty club meeting held at home of prof. Gerney • Snell co-eds down Drexel in fast hockey game, 6-1 • Eastern Conference standing • Dr. G. L. Omwake speaks to Lancaster County directors • Secretary of Norristown YWCA speaks to college group • Sorority straw vote • New sorority members • Ursinus-Knickerbocker hockey game correction • Council discusses frosh rules; game with sophs • Deputation team conducts Evansburg church service • Snapshots being taken for '33 Ruby; alumni canvassed • Ursinus students in cast of Reformed Church play • "The Black flamingo," Schaff anniversary play • Increase in membership of freshman discussion group • Brotherhood of St. Paul selects discussion topic • Sophomores select dance committee, chaperones • Phi Alpha Psi spends week-end at Arcola • Junior girls wear drapes for 1934 Ruby portraits • Y.W. cabinet breakfasts • Bear booters bow to undefeated West Chester team • Y.W. to present cantata at early morning Xmas service

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 31, Number 11.

Alfred C. Alspach, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 21, 1932



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