Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Lettermen dance committee named • Diplomacy offers interesting career • Seniors choose Clemence Dane's play, "A Bill of Divorcement", for production • New type class ring chosen by sophomores • Addresses of alumni desired by office • Sub-committees chosen to carry on forum work • Ruby sales exceed 100 mark; work begins on advertising • Six council members lunch as guests of Drexel body • "Ye olde days" of Ursinus campus life revived by reflections of historically-minded reporter • Lantern council elects new members for 1935-36 • N.Y.A. meeting changed • Freshmen entertain women at informal gym party • Ruby budget to be voted on; engraver's dummy is made up • Philip to lead vespers; musical program planned • Willauer offers practical social work to students • Bassman, Lamore and Costello score to defeat Drexel Dragons before large home-coming crowd at Philadelphia, Saturday, 20-6 • Cub eleven downs Drexel frosh, 14-6 • Grizzly booters drop game to Dickinson at Carlisle • Brodbeck wins first round of touch football circuit • F. & M. wins cross country conference; Drexel second • Tennis tournament hindered by wet weather during week

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 34, Number 8.

E. Kermit Harbaugh, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 4, 1935



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