Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Musical organizations to sing "The Messiah" on December 7 • Frosh dine, dance at Spring Mountain • Muhlenberg eleven overwhelms bears • Seniors plan play with Curtain Club • Theme, new features planned for 1940 Ruby • College collects "cuts"; library in Bomberger • Rev. Finnie speaks to large crowd at "Y" vespers service • Hallowe'en party will be held in gym Nov.3 • Len Mayfair plays for 150 couples at old timers' dance • Student body eats doggies and then cheers at pep rally • Modern language group to hold party in rec center tonight • Forencists will debate two topics this year • Elm tree in front of library hit by lightning Saturday • Curtis and Glenwood share honors in Saturday's parade • Library clock is copy of "Big Ben" • Dr. Mauchly addresses physicists' conference • Women's debate club holds meeting; decides on topic • Campus trees have background as well as beauty • I.N.A. convention to be held at Bucknell University Nov. 10-11 • Neutrality debate by Hyde and Blum at IRC meeting Tuesday • English Club will hear review of "The Hudson" at meeting • Hall Chemical Society will show picture on petroleum • Powerful Muhlenberg eleven overwhelms grizzly gridders • Intramural football off to flying start • Ursinus grid feat in Chicago paper • J.V. football team beats Farm School • Hockeyites beat grads, lose to Swarthmore • Bears step out of class to meet Army next Saturday • Soccer game with Dickinson cancelled; F. and M. next foe • Edwards takes moving pictures of Ursinus games this season

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 38, Number 4.

Mark D. Alspach, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 23, 1939



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