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Koch holds out hope of better day at vesper service • College poll shows division of opinion on war question • Two speakers at Fathers' Day banquet depict qualities of the ideal college • Pre-medders hear talk on autonomic nervous system by Doctor Price • Well known woman lecturer will speak to AAUW tonight • Activities of Y include freshman drive, paper, and Christmas charity • Juniors lure sophs on wild goose chase; prexy at banquet intact • Pageant committee sets December 19 as last date for manuscript • Class of '41 turns to grad schools, vocations, defense • Librarian lauds contributions of Class of 1914; indicates potential effect a single gift might have • Weekly reporter writes 'biographical' sketch of science building; a dream becomes reality • Big-little sisters plan for movie party next Wednesday • Washington College ties bears Saturday, 0-0, in Fathers' Day classic; bear cubs lose to Brown prep by 14-6 score • Baker soccermen drop close game to Delaware, 3-1 • Co-eds meet Rhode Island, Penn, and Drexel this week • Final grizzly gridder carries article by Harold Steward '07 • Grad testifies to value of college debating in making law work easy • Men schedule radio debate Sunday as season's opener • Beardwood Chemical Society to see movie, "Alloy metals"
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, International Relations Club, French Club, Delane Story, Homer Koch, May Day pageant, Helen Dwight Reid, John B. Price, Maurice A. Hogeland, YMCA, YWCA, library, football, soccer, field hockey, Mabel Ditter, debate team
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Herber, Denton; Ditter, J. William Jr.; Ihrie, Robert; Miller, Charles H.; and Melson, Donald, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1941" (1941). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 768.
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