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Marionette troupe will perform twice • Weekly gets third in editorial contest • Philip announces "Messiah" artists • F.B.I. assistant will speak this Wednesday • Ursinus and Lehigh to debate on Pi Kappa Delta topic Friday • Sheeders, Mrs. Shelley attend conferences during holidays • Dr. Lewis Scheffey to speak before Anders pre-med society • December 9 and 10 will bring Keating and comedy; Byron, Harbaugh in play • Celebrated harpist presents combined concert and discussion on instrument Tuesday night • Mr. Michael addresses Rotary Club Wednesday on education • Far East fund drive to start next week • Mrs. Tower to be patroness for Cornell musicale December 27 • Legal graduates form new alumni association • Women's Club to dine Saturday in Philadelphia • Ursinus frosh show averages above norm of liberal arts colleges in cooperative tests • Pre-medical aptitude test to be given this Friday • Bears end victoryless campaign as Franklin and Marshall wins final 40-2 • Courtmen prepare for coming battles • First frosh drill next Monday

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, J. J. McGuire, William F. Philip, Rufus Rose, Franklin I. Sheeder, French Club, English Club, Maryjane Barton, International Relations Club, debate team, Eugene B. Michael, Carl Vernon Tower, basketball, football


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 37, Number 9.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 28, 1938



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