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Bears upset strong F. & M. team, 6-0 • Big crowd back for eventful day • Many try out for Weekly positions • "Double door" to be annual Schaff play • Walter Wilson to speak at Weekly staff meeting • Male students to sponsor recreational program, Nov. 6 • Webster Forensic Club to meet tomorrow noon • Reformed churches hold conclave in Collegeville • Last year's Ruby given first class honor rating • Women's Club gives tea • What religion can be • Lighting system in library will be more economical • International Relations Club to meet tomorrow evening • Twenty-five new members chosen for Curtain Club • Registrar begins work enrolling new students • Panel discussion featured at joint Y.M.-Y.W. meeting • Talking motion picture on "energy" given last Tues. • Student treasurers told how to record expenses • Mock cabinet meeting given by women's Debating Club • Mathematics group holds initial meeting October 16 • Annual freshmen banquet held last Monday night • Muriel Lester to address students in near future • Dickinson expects offense to click against grizzlies • Frosh footballers lose opener to Perkiomen Prep • Baker's bear booters beat fighting foemen from F. & M. • Men's tennis tournament slowly nears completion • Old timer's hold hockey team to tie score of 3-3 • Curtis Hall still holds lead as dorm football continues • Grizzly harriers subdued by well-balanced F. & M. team • Ernest E. Quay speaks at rousing pep meeting • Grizzly gridder appears at initial home contest • Breakfast held for frosh

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 6.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 22, 1934



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