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Activities of Old Timers' Day include soccer, hockey, football games, dance • Grace Newman heads combined Debate Club; R. Wilson is manager • Sunnybrook booked by seniors for first off campus dance • Ursinus serves as host to physicists attending science conference • Red Cross leader explains work done under art and skills corps • Zingraffs sponsor self-help agency • Pre-medical society to acquaint members with medical research • Group appointed to choose play for production, December 6,7 • Elections resume for candidates to Oxford University • 4-H Club to hold supper • Experience is the best teacher? • WAA hold reception for frosh to explain rules of association • Lantern to accept creative writings until November 6 • Junior frosh breakfast planned • Snell's belles win opening contest with Richmond, 4-1 • Old timers to witness bear, Garnet classic • Moravian thumps bears on Patterson field, 12-0 • Three tilts scheduled for Ursinus booters • Constance Bartholomew to serve as president of German Club • Brotherhood plans for speakers • Rev. Alfred Creager installed as pastor of Trinity Church • Social service committee offers coeds part-time employment • Louis Krug returns as principal to Collegeville-Trappe high • C. Idler opens vesper program

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 46, Number 2.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 21, 1946



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