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"Jing" addresses athletic meeting • Christmas observance includes church service in Bomberger and party in gym • Doc Winkler, campus personality, is dead • Meredith, former Washington state coach, speaks tonight • Costello and Tworzydlo on "Little All-American" • Boswell and Helffrich debate as Tau Kappa Alpha initiation • Campus groups entertain at informal Xmas parties • Angermann talks to "Y's" on consumer cooperation • Old speaks at vespers in chapel; Snyder, Olp lead • Psych test results show frosh thirty points above average • Ruby nears completion as senior write-ups are due • Mr., Mrs. Burton report on Newark IRC convention • Brownback to be chairman • Dr. McClure speaks today • "Lantern" is published • Fraternity correction • Pre-meds to hear Sommers • Brodbeck is interdorm champ; Curtis gridders place second • Co-ed basketeers launch first practice of season • Freeland, Brodbeck ahead as basketball loop starts • Ursinus graduate of 1892 dies suddenly last week • Beta Sigs pledge Astheimer • Juniors win class hockey

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Oscar Winkler, Russell C. Johnson, Daniel Poling, Gebhard Angermann, YMCA, YWCA, W. F. Meredith, Tau Kappa Alpha, International Relations Club, fraternities, J. Harold Brownback, Elmo Sommers, basketball, intramural sports, John T. Wagner


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 35, Number 14.

Abe E. Lipkin, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 14, 1936



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