Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Bears chalk up second straight win, defeat Haverford 6-0: Blydenburg takes pass for touchdown; Gridders maintain unscored-upon pace • General Arnold visits Ursinus for Founders' Day ceremony • Leroy Grayson heads new inter-frat council • Nite game bus tickets available • Swarthmore man guest at AVC meeting tonite • Indian will address forum, Y, on relief • Annex student directs new campus orchestra • Dance and pep rally boost morale on eve before game • Curtain Club holds reception; New members admitted to ranks • Beaver students in food-saving plan similar to Ursinus' • Philosophy student discovers panacea for all problems after two-week study • Hohlfeld to discuss problems of education in British Guiana • Campus briefs: Recorded concerts; Zeta Chi meeting; Inter-frat Council • Annex-dotes • Alumni-society notes • Radium expert enlivens address with experiments, illustrations • Bears to face heavy Moravian "11" Friday • Soccer team bows to Lafayette, 4-1, in opening contest • Campus football resumes, Luther Wilt heads league • Bearettes win practice match • Brotherhood to lead services • Player of the week • Speakers obtained by pre-legal group • Debates start next month • Former Army nurse returns to campus after extensive service in Europe, Asia • Betsy Greene heads English Club
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Henry H. Arnold, Malcolm Adiseshiah, Russell Fisher, food conservation program, Maurice Hohlfeld, Frank Hartman, field hockey, football, soccer, Helen M. Moll, debate club
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Juppe, Robert; Twining, Nancy; Reid, Richard; Gill, Doris; Smith, Ian; Williamson, Charles H.; and Todd, Roy, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 13, 1947" (1947). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 2120.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 3.
Robert Juppe, editor-in-chief.