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College newsmen convene at Lehigh • Tests show frosh are superior in languages • Philo League casts to play here Friday • Senior cast rehearses hilarious comedy • Sophs OK cosmetics for test-passing frosh girls • Manuscript Club hears alumna author • Ursinus Woman's Club to meet at Gimbel's Dec. 4 • Lantern to include two new departments • Weekly elections this week • Dr. Yost pleads for peace in address at vespers • Bone speaks tonight • Swing it, Howard: It won't be long now • Mrs. Brown to speak tonight at Phys. Ed. Club meeting • Lewis, Nachod to read reports at Hall Chem. meeting • Dr. White addresses Berks medical society • Professor Manning is host to mathematicians • Ditter, Goldberg debate partitioning of Palestine • French Club reviews origin of French customs • Robinson asserts brotherhood active in deputation • Basow to review writings of Katherine Mansfield • Two runs by Smith bring first conference win, over Bullets, 15-6 • Unbeaten bear booters tie G-burg 2-2 • Which will it be - Brodbeck or Curtis? Come and see, tomorrow p.m. • Customs removed at Christmas if freshmen win • Girls needed for competition in ping-pong, checker contests • Two games this week to end 1937 hockey season • Laucks is best prognosticator in final weekly grid contest; picks nine out of ten • Frosh debaters to start activity December 9 • MSC appoints French ex-officio member from day study

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Curtain Club, Grace Chandler, Calvin D. Yost, Blanche Brown, Hall Chemical Society, Elizabeth B. White, Frank L. Manning, International Relations Club, English Club, freshmen customs, field hockey, football, soccer, debate team


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 9.

Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 15, 1937



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