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John Porambo, varsity center, is elected captain of 1937 gridmen by 21 lettermen • Articles by Groff and Yoh are Lantern prize winners • Xmas celebration is two nights • Ursinus rec center to open after Xmas • "Y" groups to present speaker on cooperative consumers plan • McClure, Sheeder, attend Association of Colleges meeting • Freshman gridders banquet in initial frosh grid fete • Bothell and Garber star in "The Dark Tower;" record crowd dances to Jan's Tophatters • Dr. Meredith to address physical education group • Interfraternity council issues member list for new students • Students hear economist in talk on natural resources • Debating teams release schedules; women will meet Bucknell this Thursday; men to hold radio debate • Stevens new wrestling coach; good year expected; 27 candidates report for practice • Officials select all-dorm team; five frosh picked • Guest elected soccer captain, bear manager, by 11 lettermen • Costello and Heiges on conference team • Co-ed basketeers participate in new rules exhibition game • Snell's belles end season with six wins, 3 losses • 15 basketballers report; 4 lettermen lead struggle • McAvoy's bears end season in second place, F & M winners in conference; Captain Costello outstanding through season; twelve lettermen leave squad

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 35, Number 13.

Abe E. Lipkin, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 7, 1936



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