Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Men's mass meeting held Thursday night • Debating team enjoys successful road trip • Ball and entertainment given by class of '32 • Alfred C. Alspach elected editor-in-chief of Weekly • Grizzly basketeers have rather poor court season • William A. Shimer Ph. D. commencement speaker • Coach Carleton's crew closes difficult season • Philadelphia alumni hold important business meeting • Paris chosen captain of wrestling team • Petitions for WSGA offices called for • Frosh-soph track meet scheduled for April 13 • New speakers at vespers • Win radio debate • Varsity Club to banquet • Rena Grim leading lady • Mr. Simmer speaks on conditions in Germany • Class basketball organized • Frosh quinters down sophs in close fray • Yearling's season reviewed • Ursinus coeds to debate • Athletic council meets • Y representatives elected • Ira L. Bryner of '92 dies in California • Official league standing of Eastern college race • Students vs. faculty in battle of the century
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Stibitz, E. Earle and Omwake, George Leslie, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 14, 1932" (1932). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 1072.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 30, Number 21.
E. Earle Stibitz, editor-in-chief.