Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Dr. William T. Ellis speaks in chapel Tuesday • Grizzly grapplers yield to Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute 21-11 • Bear courtmen divide honors • Richard Wood addresses "Y" on disarmament • Faculty opinion given on world peace question • Dean Kline speaks to Berks County alumni • Champion 1931 gridders banquet at Plymouth Country Club • Favorable response in alumni financial drive • World peace problems discussed at Buffalo convention • Frosh basketeers lose to Perkiomen and Valley Forge • Sorority rushing rules • Lorelei dance to be held February 12 • Jacob A. Buckwalter dies • Disarmament theme of International Relations Club meeting • Dr. Rosenberg of Jefferson addresses Biology Club • English Club reviews books; honors Vachel Lindsay • Men varsity debaters chosen in "try-outs" Monday • Ursinus booters drop game to Penn 3-0 • Rev. Butkofsky speaks on peace at Brotherhood • Practice court game won by co-eds 44-26 • Mid-year examination schedule
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Stibitz, E. Earle; Miller, Eugene H.; and Omwake, George Leslie, "The Ursinus Weekly, January 18, 1932" (1932). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 1078.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 30, Number 15.
E. Earle Stibitz, editor-in-chief.