Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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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"

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 40, Number 6.

Denton Herber, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 10, 1941



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