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Character of Cyrus Curtis stressed in 64th opening academic exercises • Yearbook staff promises unusual Ruby this year • Grizzlies practice with LaSalle preparing for Villanova tussle • 32 frosh football men report for practice • Freshmen hear faculty and student council heads • Symphony orchestra to be organized by Leman • Hill and dalers report today for first practice • Treasure hunt features reception by YW and YM • Student council reception climaxes freshman week • Women's student govt. meets for first time • Fall net tournament open to all tennis enthusiasts • Initial meeting of the men's student council • Y.W.C.A. to hold sing at Glenwood memorial • Coeds begin practice for league hockey campaign • College Y to be host to district cabinet group • Activities council to meet Tuesday in Bomberger Hall • Important world events to be summarized by I.R.C. • Nine alumni and one prof. receive degrees from Penn • Inspection of freshmen delights upper classmen • Trinity Sunday school has reorganized college dept. • Vesper service features program of enrichment • Engraver to address staff of Ruby in meeting tonight • Few changes in grid rules effective in coming season
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Cyrus H. K. Curtis, tennis, student government, YMCA, YWCA, field hockey, cross country, freshmen customs, International Relations Club, Trinity Reformed Church, football
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Cooper, H. Allen; Gregory, Dwight L.; and Omwake, George Leslie, "The Ursinus Weekly, September 25, 1933" (1933). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 998.
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