Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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"Black flamingo" offered by Curtain Club as annual Schaff production • Pan-Hellenic climaxes a brilliant week-end • Football summary reveals fairly successful season • Lettermen elect Tropp to captain 1933 grid team • Dr. Mackay will address YMCA conference • Bear basketball team to open season at Princeton • Football conferences are scheduled for December • Professor J. H. Brownback addresses pre-med. society • Glee Club renders concert at Norristown hospital • Hershey Chocolate Company presents talking pictures • Prof. Sheeder speaks at YWCA meeting • Y.M. and Y.W. select possible chapel speakers • Tryouts to be held by women's Debating Club • Sophomores down yearlings in annual gridiron battle, 6-0 • Hockey team elects captain and managers • Sophomores win annual inter-class hockey game • Eighteen football men recommended for letters • Plans already made for Christmas pageant • Some historical lines from "The Black flamingo" • Ursinus mentioned for Tournament of Roses

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 31, Number 13.

Alfred C. Alspach, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 5, 1932



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