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5-year teacher course is urged • Inter-frat.-sorority dance date selected • Sponge research made by Dr. Marcus Old • Seniors choose ball orchestra • "Hay Fever" pleases Fathers' Day crowd • Gov. Earle to address INA, Nov. 15-16 • Yearbook budget for 1936 to be approved by class • Freshman girls to entertain upper classes at party Tuesday • 290 banquet on Fathers' Day • Ursinus councilmen to be luncheon guests at Drexel • Halloween party canceled by joint organizations • Clubs present novel program features • New career monographs placed in library; U.S. civil service requirements announced • Modern language group holds first social meet, Wednesday • History-social science group elects officers • South Hall entertains faculty wives at tea • IRC features debate • Deputation teams active • Y.M.-Y.W. stage dramas at meet Wednesday eve. • First period NYA payroll totals 2098 hours, $839.20 • Grizzlies lose to flashy Albright eleven; Lions score in three periods to win, 23-0 • Freshman eleven downs Perkiomen • Grizzly booters defeat Delaware • Hockey team wins, loses during week • Derr continues to lead in dorm football league • Harriers drop opening meet to Lafayette by 15-40 score • Tennis tournament goes into semi-final matches • Women's dorm comm. aids halls in refurnishing
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Harbaugh, E. Kermit, "The Ursinus Weekly, October 28, 1935" (1935). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 940.
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