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Curtis musicians to perform on Nov.16 • Students see Phila. housing conditions • Chuck Gordon to play at ball; dramatic production is "Shadow and substance" • Food questionnaire • Hitlers and hoboes vie for masquerade honors • Dr. McClure to attend Barnard anniversary • Religious denominations topic of fireside chats • Senior week-end committees announce orchestra and play • Juniors receive first issue of "tri-annual" • Robert Yoh elected to edit IRC quarterly • Dean Stahr attends conclave of Pa. deans at Harrisburg • "Discoveries" is vespers talk presented by Rollin Lawrence • Pre-Med society to present moving picture on microscopes • Class of '43 men show higher intelligence quotients than women in psychological test • National survey shows students' war reactions • Mrs. Stonorov to speak to AAUW meeting • Barry, Rauhauser will attend INA conclave • Biography of President Bomberger shows the life at Ursinus in good old days when men were men, but nobody knew it • French Club plans scavenger hunt to follow meeting tonight • Drexel, Kingston defeated by co-eds; captain Roberts sustains broken wrist • Bakermen downed by Delaware Hens • Day study annexes pair of touch football wins • Ursinus gridders out for victory over Drexel • J.V. football team downs Drexel, 13-0 • Ten veterans report to first varsity basketball practice; Rutgers opening game Dec.16 • Season in review foretells impending disaster for Drexel Dragon
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Alspach, Mark D. and Chern, Harold, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 6, 1939" (1939). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 825.
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