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Dr. Boswell forms new relief plan • Curtain Club presents 'Double door', first dramatic production of season • Grizzlies downed by Bullets, 14-6 • Lantern executive council formulates plans for year • Fred Wrigley's band plays at Varsity Club dance • College papers hold fall conclave in N.Y. • I.R.C. to send three delegates to conference at Penn State • Fathers of students entertained at banquet • Pre-med students to be given exam on Friday, December 7 • Coed debaters meet tonight • Leonard A. Rice speaks on "enemies of peace" • Men debaters to hold regular meeting tonight • Pictures here Wednesday • Educational Records Bureau holds conclave in New York • Student council adopts resolution • Books and the America of yesterday • Bear hockeyites battle to a 2-2 tie Saturday • G-burg Bullet booters down Baker's bears, 4-2 • Faculty members to hear talk by Dr. Conant at convention • Frosh football to close with Wyoming seminary • Nieman awarded gold medal as cross country meet winner • J. H. Brownlee addresses Y.M. at recent meeting • Brotherhood conducts Sunday church services • Gym credits may be given intramural game players • Professor Sibbald talks on Spain • Y.W. hears Miss Greenough • Club discusses recent books
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, James L. Boswell, student government, International Relations Club, debate team, Reginald S. Sibbald, cross country, soccer, football, field hockey, English Club, Frances Greenough, YMCA, YWCA
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Omwake, George Leslie; McClure, Norman E.; and Heiges, Jesse, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 19, 1934" (1934). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 974.
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