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Fighting grizzlies upset Penn, 7-6 • Debate conference selects question • Kirby Page places hope in socialism • Jack Delmar to play at old timers' dance • High standing shown by freshman tests • Three discussion groups to be held for freshmen • Photographs for 1935 Ruby to be taken this week as listed • W.A.A. to meet Wednesday to award sports letters • Tickets to be 40 cents • I.R.C. to discuss Austrian affairs at meeting Tuesday • Profits and labor's standard of living • Student activities council announces meeting hours • Women debaters plan for future faculty combats • Council approves December dates for senior week-end • Hall Chemical Society plans for coming year • List of frat. members released to aid freshmen • Initial Music Club meet discusses visit to operas • Fraternity council holds first meeting of college year • Faculty group makes few changes in organization • Dr. Gobel speaks on habit as opposed to reality • Rhodes scholarship candidates must confer with Dr. Clawson • English Club to receive eight additional members • Math group to meet • Y's cast unanimous vote for Christian movement • Rousing cheers for Ursinus inspire flaming torch parade • Student council firm in enforcing freshman rules • Coeds open hockey season by 4-1 loss to Bryn Mawr • Vital contributors to bears' victory • Intramural football schedule gets under way this week • Soccer team opens schedule by tying Girard College 6-6 • Frosh cubs scrimmage for first game on October 19

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, International Relations Club, Women's Athletic Association, debate team, Louis Gobel, fraternities, freshman customs, YMCA, YWCA, soccer, football, field hockey


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 4.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 8, 1934



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