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Columnist Rose debunks papers' front page show in forum; Miss Terlin next • Keating here direct from New York spot • Doland, Dubuque argue peace question on air • Snow White and seven dwarfs win prize at 'Y' Hallowe'en party • Miss Stahr to attend deans' convention at Capitol City • Poling, Snyder leaders in Sunday evening worship service • Senior committee to pick annual play this week • Group members to start new mathematics club • Six Ursinus representatives to attend church conference • Trend of week's Y activities • Sheeder represents Ursinus at educational conference • Priestley play ponders problem of pleasure in past, present; players portray pair parts • Thomas-Shelley wedding solemnized on October 22 • "Blow your own horn" says Lantern staff • The Skipped diploma • Reasons for actions of four powers in Munich pact discussed by IRC Tuesday • Professor Michael speaks at Harrisburg conference • Faculty to hear Mauchly • Lafayette Leopard outclasses Ursinus bear as Easton powerhouse scores 6 touchdowns • Bearlets undefeated string broken by Drexel Friday, 7-0 • Snell's hockeyites top southern foe • Soccermen tie F. and M.; lose to Haverford eleven

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Don Rose, debate team, Halloween, Camilla B. Stahr, Franklin I. Sheeder, YMCA, YWCA, International Relations Club, Curtain Club, Eugene B. Michael, John W. Mauchly, soccer, football, field hockey


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 37, Number 5.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 31, 1938



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