Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Many alumni return for Old Timers' Day featuring football game and council dance • YM-YW fosters library; new project starts today • Frosh dine, dance in first social event as a class • Student activities council sets Halloween party date • Ursinus students pick Landon 2-1, in first Weekly straw vote • Ursinus to begin Feb. admissions • Large audience sees "As Husbands Go," Curtain Club production by Rachel Crothers, in gym Friday night • Debate topic is regulation of industry by Congress • Finance committee receives Hench bequest; plans budget • Struck by hit-and-run driver, Seagrave's condition is "fair" • "The human adventure," 8-reel historical film, to be shown • Ruby dedicated to McClure • Ursinus grad is delegate to Harvard tercentenary • Sigma Nu's give alumnae tea • Gardens planned for halls • First Lantern scheduled to appear at Christmas • Round table group discusses marketing of college annuities • Fegely is vespers speaker; quartet from Trappe sings • Boiler house painted • Grizzlies chalk up first victory of season; Red Devils succumb 7-0 before old timers • Bear cubs to open season Saturday against Malvern • Soccer team loses initial league tilt to Dickinson • Grizzlies to meet veteran F. & M. team at Lancaster • Interclass hockey starts Tuesday; playoff Thursday • Gridmen get training table • Hockeyites defeat alumnae • Intersorority council releases list for new women students
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Lipkin, Abe E., "The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1936" (1936). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 907.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 35, Number 5.
Abe E. Lipkin, editor-in-chief