Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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"The Royal Family" presented by Curtain Club as Schaff production • Pleasing Pan-Hellenic ball • Bear courtmen inaugurate season with 36-20 win over Moravian • Grizzly matmen sharpen claws for Lafayette • Coach Jack McAvoy picks all-conference opponent team • Student party will attend opera "Tosca" on January 7 • Varsity Club is working to standardize letters • Close of women's hockey • Council on social activities to sponsor Christmas party • Y candlelight communion service planned for Wednesday • Caroling! • Frosh football men close a very difficult season • Members of freshman class lead novel YW service • Twenty-seven frosh gridders are awarded class numerals • Biology Club studies cataracts of human eye • Ursinus College receives much favorable publicity • Frosh elect council representative • Women's Glee Club • Women's debate schedule • Pre-medical students are given comprehensive test • Convention honors Dr. McClure • YMCA hears novel lecture on Russian life • Meeting of Ursinus Woman's Club • Men's debating schedule being planned for season • Faculty discusses aims of college curriculum • Edith Walters will lead women's hockey team • Women's hockey team enjoys annual athletic banquet • Thank President Hoover for support in radio broadcast • Women's basketball • Grid captain-elect honored • Undefeated harriers are feted by Dr. and Mrs. John Lentz • Oregon type of debating will be used by women • Music Club to present unique program Tuesday evening • Eddie Faye speaks to the Brotherhood of St. Paul • Mrs. Omwake's party • Men's council plans dance

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 30, Number 13.

E. Earle Stibitz, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1931



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