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1933 honor students announced by faculty • Gregory elected Weekly editor • Stickmen hold initial outdoor practice • Student councils to sponsor another inexpensive dance • Varsity Club will hear Connie Mack at banquet • Women students to elect officers for next year • Branson de Cou to be heard in musical travelog • Shollenberger elected to captain 1934 grapplers • Bishop Francis J. McConnell gives stimulating address • Y.M. and Y.W.C.A. conduct all-campus conference • Fraternity changes name • Easter dawn service • Juniors announce play • No Weekly until April 24 • New publication progresses • York-Ursinus club banquet • Basketball managers are approved by athletic board • Rev. R. A. Waite addresses student body at chapel • Women's tennis season will open after Easter • Men's Glee Club activities • Frosh girls discuss • Brotherhood of St. Paul meets at Trinity Church • Co-eds close season with defeat at Rosemont • Modern poetry discussed at weekly YWCA gathering • Coach Sterner summons his frosh diamond candidates • Men debaters meet close with Lincoln University • Will demonstrate glass blowing at chem. society • English Club discusses modern historical novel • Women debaters close a successful season • Y. fellowship service
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Eugene H. Miller, Muriel E. Ingram, Dwight L. Gregory, student government, Zeta Chi, wrestling, baseball, tennis, basketball, Hall Chemical Society, debate team, YMCA, YWCA
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Alspach, Alfred C. and Omwake, George Leslie, "The Ursinus Weekly, April 3, 1933" (1933). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 1052.
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