Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Men debaters swing into action in seven contests • Extensive exercises to celebrate Founders' Day • Bear grapplers defeated by F. and M., Gettysburg • Grizzly courtmen lose two league contests • Interesting findings in alumni occupation survey • McAvoy, Chase to coach 1933 bear gridders • Omwake and Paisley attend church conclave in Washington • Snell basketeers lose first games this season • Connie Mack to speak at Varsity Club banquet • Co-eds open debating season at Swarthmore • Seniors appointed to make show arrangements • Address on Washington • Colors ceremony this evening • Dr. Goepp speaks in Phila. • Mrs. Mary Isenberg marries Spring City business man • Prof. Fenwick guest of H. S. group, this evening • Dr. Lentz leads vespers • Faculty club meets • Indian to talk to "Y" • "Vocations open to women," March mass meeting topic • "Green pastures" program presented at YW meeting • Brotherhood of St. Paul hears papers on faith • City manager for Phila., men's debate with U. of P. • Sheeder, Johnson attend Lower Merion "college night" • English Club discusses works of modern poets • Cap and gown committee • Sorority pledges • Deputation team at Rahns • Ursinus students slowly recovering from shock • Intra-mural basketball • Yearlings defeated

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, John Lentz, wrestling, football, Charles G. Fenwick, Color Day, Philip H. Goepp, basketball, debate team, YMCA, YWCA


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 31, Number 20.

Alfred C. Alspach, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1933



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