Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Noted theologian to speak here • Happy Felton agrees to furnish music for colorful junior promenade on April 27 • Joint "Y" pageant to be presented • Junior advisory council to present Polly Pomeroy • Tau Kappa Alpha to hold initiation of new members • Dale Gramley talks at Weekly staff banquet • I.R.C. hears address on Hitlerism by Dr. N. W. Rubin • Dr. J. C. Funk lectures on medical care of cancer • New "Y" cabinets installed at candlelight service • Program of songs and poems presented by French Club • Liquid air demonstration given in science building • Women debaters lose to Cedar Crest on NIRA • Pres. Omwake resumes tasks • Elect members to WSGA • Band to be given awards • Rev. W. A. Kratz to speak at annual Brotherhood banquet • Knudsen and Hunter to head Demas and Zeta Chi frats • Music Club to meet • Reviews of modern novels are given by English Club • Baseball team set for opening fray on Wednesday • Derr Hall takes lead in dorm baseball circuit • Seniors or sophs favored to win inter-class meet • GIrls' varsity basketball team to banquet tonight • Glee Club gives programs

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 32, Number 23.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 16, 1934



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