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Haverford succumbs before bear matmen; score 30-18 • Grizzly courtmen defeated in three league contests • Professor Sheeder makes interesting college survey • College to observe annual Founders' Day on February 25 • Christian associations to sponsor week of prayer • Senior minstrel • Women's dormitory committee sponsors marionette shows • Girls top Cedar Crest, 52-13 • Anatomists travel to Philadelphia • Informal dancing February 27 • Senior ball • Frosh stunts • Reddington will coach soccer team next season • Grads receive degrees at U. of P. • Women's swim • Many articles of interest in Shaw-Bernard collection • Men's negative debating team will begin extensive trip • Men's affirmative team will swing into action • Frosh girls' debating team plans schedule • Summary of reasons for students leaving Ursinus • Sorority pledges • Value of church for student discussed by Y • President Omwake attends church convention in Virginia • Professor Brownback writes of pre-medical instruction • Frosh women debaters split • Grizzly grapplers meet Rutgers next Saturday • Frosh basketeers fall before F. & M., 40-24 • Bears in Meadowbrook games
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Franklin I. Sheeder, John E. Mertz, soccer, Hannah Shaw Bernard, Mary B. Shaw, YWCA, YMCA, George Leslie Omwake, J. Harold Brownback, Reginald S. Sibbald, wrestling, track team, basketball, debate team, sororities, library
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Stibitz, E. Earle; Alspach, Alfred C.; and Omwake, George Leslie, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 22, 1932" (1932). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 1075.
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