Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Noted economist will speak on campus next Monday at Founders' Day program • Registrar reveals frosh median score is up to standard • Gay asks for real confession of faith at vesper service • Dean Kline announces topic for this year's Paisley prize contest • Thursday to be opera night here when company presents its program • Gordon to provide syncopations for ball on December 12 • Varsity Club to stage Old Timers' Day dance in gym November 1 • Counselors meet to discuss ways of helping frosh study • Prince Zu Loewenstein to address forum; Byron announces plans • Librarian reveals acquisition of over 400 books on fiction, current topics, and reference work • Snooping reporters pry into private lives of two strangers on campus to learn their interests, history • Y sponsors one-day trips to centers of social service interest in New York City • Y speaker emphasizes dire needs of stricken war refugee students • Freeland bell rings out season's first "all victorious" weekend: Hard fighting bears hold favored Lehigh to 0-0 tie; booters conquer Lafayette 4-2 for season's first victory • Hockey squad defeats Beaver, 5-3, to remain in undefeated ranks • Cub gridders complete all-victorious weekend beating Farm School 6-0 • Cub reporter tells of jay vee soccer game in inimitable style • Playing nursemaid to 200 lb. athletes is work of Tadley; trainer hopes to see winning ways at Ursinus in future • Women debater apply for forensic club membership • Varied subjects usher in eight new members to men's Debate Club • Rec center, featuring sports for non-athletes, now open

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 40, Number 3.

Denton Herber, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 20, 1941



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