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Students entertain fathers on Nov. 17 • Ruby dedicated to prof. Brownback • Drexel ties bears in scoreless game • Lecture on stained glass to be given Wednesday eve • Next issue of Lantern to appear on Dec. 14 • Rules announced for May pageant writings • Dean Kline gives lecture on birds of Pennsylvania • Orchestra and band make request for more members • Halloween party attracts 150 guests in hobo clothes • Student council checks up on freshmen during study hours • Dr. Anders lectures on food at pre-med. society meeting • Ancient and modern languages • Program of English songs to be given by Music Club • K. Mansfield's writings discussed by English Club • Interesting pictures shown • Men debaters to consider munitions in meeting tonight • Films present physical theories in amusing way • Norristown "Y" to sponsor program for men students • Freshman girls to engage in inter-dorm debates • Women debaters go on stump as election day draws near • Frosh discussion groups to continue for semester • High school students are guests at game Saturday • Y.M.C.A. cabinet makes plans for future programs • Curtis wins dorm football as Derr's challenge fails • Soccer team lands victory against Garnet Jay-Vees • Muhlenberg on rebound for game with grizzlies • Germantown cricket takes 3-2 win over "U" stickers • "U" runners take second in conf. harriers' match • Lentz speaks at pep meeting in preparation for Dragons • Jay-Vee booters kick to win over Perkiomen Prep outfit • Freshmen harriers run down by Lansdale in first meet • Frosh build up offense for Brown Prep contest • Ursinus and Gettysburg tie for lead in conference race • South Hall holds tea for Shreiner coeds on Sunday

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, J. Harold Brownback, Frederick E. Mayer, May Day pageant, Whorten A. Kline, James M. Anders, debate team, YMCA, YWCA, football, cross country, soccer


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 8.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 5, 1934



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