Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Concert of unusual interest coming • Berks and York County clubs hold Christmas meeting • College faculty modifies entrance requirements • Hall parties form prelude to Christmas • Ursinus defeats St. Joseph's College • College to attempt to stimulate high school debating • Mapleites have evening of fun • Reserves make fine showing against Pottstown High • 'Sinus pep at York • Shreiner enjoys Christmas fun • Ethelbert Yost, '21, to fill Francis Schlater's unexpired term as manager of 1921 ball team • Additions to the Library • Joint meeting of Christian associations to be interesting • Students registering for 1921 • Sectional banquets being arranged • Perkiomen nature lovers organize • Engagement announced • South Hall gathers under mistletoe • American Legion forum
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Kehl, George P. and Omwake, George Leslie, "The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1921" (1921). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 1435.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly newspaper, Volume 19, Number 15.
George P. Kehl, editor-in-chief.