Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Two fathers of Ursinus students will speak at annual dads' day banquet • Seniors to get acquainted at informal party November 5 • Students attend chats held by Y to discuss two pertinent questions • "Christ in the fine arts" is vespers theme on Sunday • Co-eds to sport gala clothes after Y bazaar Friday • Dr. Price will present paper on nervous system to pre-meds • Manuscript Club members read original poems and essays • Mrs. Harvey Carter leads talk of A.E.F. to combat Axis powers • Officers to select new members at Curtain Club tryouts November 12 • Ursinus places six on all-star hockey team in weekend tournament • Frosh elect prexy; Juniors take him in custody; Sophs burn up • Lehigh collegians provide airs for Old Timers' dance • U.S. expeditionary force is topic of women's Debate Club meeting • Nineteen attend fall reunion as Cub and Key banquets • Far East forum, conference highlight I.R.C. business • What about the post-war era? • Wanted: A program for peace • Second Grizzly Gridder is replete with features • Society notes • Among our alumni • Weekly devotional services aim to meet spiritual needs • Intramurals • Bear booters lose two games in week's play; Jay-Vees lose to Hill • Swarthmore girls hand hockeyites first defeat, 4-1 • Mud and Muhlenberg swamp bears by 26-6 score in Old Timers' Day classic • Hashagen issues initial call for basketball candidates

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Maurice A. Hogeland, Harry A. Cochran, football, field hockey, soccer, basketball, intramural sports, International Relations Club, Cub and Key Society, Debating Club, student government, YWCA, John B. Price


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 40, Number 5.

Denton Herber, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 3, 1941



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