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Rose marionettes arrive tomorrow • Guest artists praise work of choir in Thursday rendition of the Messiah • Three trips scheduled for men's debate team • Soph hop's Don Pike signed to play return engagement for interfraternity-sorority ball • Baugh to talk Founders' Day • Student party, banquet feature Christmas week • Curtain Club to stage 'Mr. Pim' at Spring City • Seniors present comedy, ball as final social contributions • The Oklahoma Daily gives Carter tribute • The Skipped diploma • Japan and China films shown on Wednesday as part of local Far East emergency drive • New IRC Quarterly reflects student views on the Netherlands and collective security • Michael addresses seniors • Basketeers priming for opening game of season; squad, except for Bodley, intact from last year • Men's ping pong finals to be played this week • Court team, with seven veterans, greatly improved this year • Brodbeck, Curtis meet in intramural playoffs • Mrs. Hashagen to sponsor new Art Club just organized • Brotherhood to discuss popular Christmas stories • Borrell head of new sorority • Seniors urged to apply now for Varsity Club loans

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Albert Baugh, Curtain Club, Rufus Rose, Harvey L. Carter, Ellen Schlaybach, Lewis A. Scheffey, English Club, debate team, James W. Meminger, International Relations Club, basketball, Kappa Delta Kappa, Kenneth Hashagen


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 37, Number 11.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 12, 1938



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