Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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"Double door" to be enacted Friday • Council plans Xmas party • Faculty decides to give comprehensive examinations over work in major fields • Bears, Muhlenberg battle to 7-7 draw • Dance committee hires Fred Wrigley for Sat. • Leonard A. Rice to speak at open IRC meeting • Y.M.C.A. to hear John H. Brownlee on Wed. evening • Men's forensic club meet holds forum on munitions • F. E. Mayer lectures on "role of stained glass" • Women debaters feature stump speeches and admit members • Y.W. to hear traveler • Goucher professor here • Joint Y.W.-Y.M. presents armistice theme in play • Dr. Sibbald to lecture • Gettysburg Bullets ready to fire at grizzly line • Bear booters lose to Temple in extra period by 5-4 mark • Godshall tallies twice as hockeyists beat Quakers • Class hockey to begin • Harriers to feature handicap cross country meet Thursday • Interfrat council talks on rushing season rules • 'Sinus frosh eleven hold Brown Prep to 0-0 score • Music Club meeting decides to postpone opera visits

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 9.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 12, 1934



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