Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Schaff Society to present French play • Orpheus four here Saturday evening • College debating plans near completion • Varsity splits even; wins at home but loses at New Brunswick • County clubs organize • Who's who in Alumni Athletic Club • Heffelfinger '20 has interesting experiences in Japan and China • Recital given by six of Miss Waldron's pupils • Debut of girls' basketball • Devotional Christmas service for students and faculty • Additional football notes • Dr. Gramm to speak at YMCA • Ursinus sons honored • American Legion meets • Missionary society holds pageant • Pittsburg paper has note on Grossman, '20 • Girls' Glee Club • Resolution • YW makes dolls for Santa • YMCA cabinet meets • Junior class meeting
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, debate team, basketball, football, Clarence Heffelfinger, Carl H. Gramm, Eugene S. Grossman, YMCA, YWCA, Zwinglian Literary Society, Schaff Literary Society
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Kehl, George P. and Omwake, George Leslie, "The Ursinus Weekly, December 13, 1920" (1920). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 1433.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly newspaper, Volume 19, Number 13.
George P. Kehl, editor-in-chief.