Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Choral group to offer oratorio • Sayre to talk at commencement • Plans for class day completed • Alumni association to meet on June 9 • Prof. Manning makes survey of 'U' grades • Official calendar for commencement completed • Band awards ordered for delivery by commencement • Woman's Club to sponsor activities for seniors • Goff Brothers' orchestra plays for informal closing dance • June issue of Lantern to make appearance next week • Athletic club to meet • German book collection • Fox to head English group • Combined musical groups present singing pageant • Public speakers hold final after banquet on Wednesday • Evans re-elected head of Hall Chemical Society • Y.W.C.A. lights fires in bidding seniors farewell • Doggie roast at Lost Lake marks last math group meet • Dolores Quay entertains sorority at dinner party • Women's forensic season terminates with banquet • Freshman girls entertain higher classes at party • Student activities group elects Brownback head • Women hold mass meeting to ratify rule changes • Families of faculty picnic • Grizzly baseballers bow to Villanovians • Coaching school to give college credit • Ursinus netters yield to Mules in final combat • Track team loses to F. & M. but leads in field events • Coeds close comparatively successful spring season • Junior coeds take laurels in inter-class baseball • Netwomen close tennis season by walloping Beaverites 4-1 • Students of Dr. Goepp to give last entertainment of year • Reformed Church League to meet here on June 2 • Curtis becomes inter-dorm champs by downing Brodbeck • Open scholarship awards to be announced by end of week • Patterson to head club

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, F. L. Manning, Cyrus H. K. Curtis, Francis B. Sayre, YWCA, student government, debate team, tennis, baseball, track team, Philip H. Goepp, Curtain Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 32, Number 29.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief

The Ursinus Weekly, May 28, 1934



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