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Kirby Page to be here on Friday • Staff plans work for '35 Ruby • Bears decisively beaten by Villanova as victors display mid-season form • Enrollment statistics released by college • Varsity Club to hold dance on evening of Father's Day • Grizzlies prepare to meet Penn Saturday • Tryouts to be held for Curtain Club membership • Dr. Gobel to lead chapel on visit here Wednesday • Grizzly gridder to make appearance at F & M game • Frosh to answer music quiz • Our present woes • Activities council plans social calendar for year • Pre-medical society names committees for current year • Women's Athletic Association plans for initial meeting • Women debaters to meet • Glee Club names officers • Day study head elected • Ursinus girds for 'Cats with spirited pep rally • Chemical society to hold organization meeting tonight • "Y" organizations may join student Christian movement • Discussion groups to meet • Curtain Club to meet • Inter-dorm football teams to start race this week • Lively contests are waged for hockey team positions • Harriers prepare for meet with Franklin and Marshall • Tennis tournament enters second bracket of matches

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 3.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 1, 1934



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