Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Curtain Club presents "The Black flamingo" • Board of Directors reviews progress of two decades • McAvoy's proteges close season by losing to Albright Lions 26-0 • New administrative office created by college board • Eight seniors finish varsity grid careers • Pan-Hellenic ball will provide lively week-end • Mrs. Rice resigns post after eight months' service • Results of sorority straw vote show divided interest • Captain Clark Sautter sets training record • College courtmen hope for successful season • Many debates scheduled for forensic artists • Chocolate industry to be traced this evening • Grapplers start preparing for strenuous mat season • Frosh-soph classic • Will attend conference • Sutin elected to lead 1933 cross country team • Women receive athletic awards • Chinese student speaks • Rousing bon-fire and band feature final pep meeting • Modern drama discussed • Classics group meeting • Garnet booters tie coach Baker's proteges, 2-2 • Harriers close season • Jack McAvoy engaged • Chemist society meeting • Y.M.-Y.W. cabinet meeting • Thanksgiving game results

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 31, Number 12.

Alfred C. Alspach, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 28, 1932



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