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Dr. R. C. Brooks speaks at forum • Band starts drive for new uniforms • Ursinus students present at INA • Lantern first issue to appear Nov. 25 • Five seniors chosen to second Who's Who • Seniors decide to use Christmas as ball theme • Soph ring committee sends order for first shipment • Plans nearing completion for senior dance and play • Annual Varsity Club dance to feature music by Parodians • Program of poetry to be presented by dramatist • Phi Alpha Psi holds annual gathering at camp Arcola • Furnishing of Clamer social rooms progressing rapidly • Prizes given on stunt night to help band uniform drive • Biology career requires preparation in science • Moving pictures of operations shown at pre-med. meeting • English Club to discuss book reviews at meeting tonight • St. Paul deputation team conducts church services • Community club speaker • Scrappy grizzlies defeat Hen Bream's Gettysburg Bullets, 30-14; Bonkoski, Jakomas, and Rinehart big scorers in conference upset • Runners show improvement but lose to Lehigh, 18-37 • Bear soccer team loses to G-burg • Ardmore Cricket Club easily defeats bears by 4-1 score • Three games this week mark close of good hockey season • Four delegates represent weekly at INA conclave
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Robert C. Brooks, Dorothy Waldo Phillips, Clamer Hall, debate team, YMCA, YWCA, Hall Chemical Society, student government, Bessie Howard, field hockey, cricket, cross country, soccer, football
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Harbaugh, E. Kermit, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 18, 1935" (1935). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 943.
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