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Don Rose, Philadelphia columnist, is speaker at second Wednesday forum • Ursinus pledges aid to fund for Eastern student relief • Six new faces in Curtain Club cast • Fathers feted at next home game • Mathematicians to frolic at party Thursday evening • Committee sets contest deadline for dance decoration designs • Keating signed for senior ball • Y activities sees Rev. Lentz speak at vespers, ten from college attend marriage conference, Ogden speak at men's banquet and Big and Little Sisters' theatre trip Wednesday • Editors of Lantern, IRC Quarterly urge contributors to get material in before dual deadline November 15 • Come one! Come all! To masquerade ball • Inquiring Weekly reporter amused and edified by way of that thing called sway and swing • The Skipped diploma • Journalism class to meet Wednesdays at Shreiner Hall • Gurzynski run ray of sunshine as Julian's Mules dog bear gridders • Garnet takes Snellites 4-0 to make unbeaten string 24 • Leopards socc'd by bear booters • Lafayette tickets on sale • Junior varsity footballers hold Wyoming in 0-0 score • Curtis headed toward title; outclasses strong opposition

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Alfred M. Wilcox, Frank L. Manning, John Lentz, YMCA, YWCA, International Relations Club, football, field hockey, soccer


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 37, Number 4.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 24, 1938



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