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Large number of graduates and friends expected back for annual Old Timers' Day • 1935 Ruby staff chosen by editor • Grizzlies downed by St. Joe's, 6-4 • Ursinus to grapple with traditional rival • New grizzly gridder to appear on Friday • Women's Club to hold tea for mothers of students • Torch parade and bonfire celebrate Penn victory • Curtain Club tryouts set for tomorrow evening, 6:30 • Call for candidates issued by men's debating organization • Dr. J. M. Anders secured for med. society speaker • Business group meets • Liberty • Austrian situation discussed by International Relations Club • New officers introduced at WAA business meeting • Brotherhood to inaugurate deputation season Sunday • Panel discussion featured at joint Y.M.-Y.W. meeting • English Club prepares for postponed meeting • English group prepares for annual entertainment • Membership lists issued by intersorority council. • Mock cabinet meeting planned for women's Debating Club • French Club to meet for first time on October 17 • Brian elected president of history - soc. sci. group • Initial math group meeting planned for October 16 • Two sororities merge to form new Omega Chi • Curtis Hall takes lead in interdorm grid league • Frosh prepare for battle with strong Perkiomen team • Men's tennis tournament delayed by bad weather • Fair grizzlies overcome Saturday morning club • Doc. Baker's proteges bow to West Chester teachers • Senior week-end changed from early May to December • Student activities council to post chart of events

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 5.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 15, 1934



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