Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Girls hold annual Lorelei dance Friday • Junior elections postponed until Wednesday • Larry Gould to lecture in Collegeville Tuesday • Philadelphia alumni plan annual banquet • Ursinus basketeers win two games, lose one • Ursinus enters new basketball league • Christian associations conduct installation • Men's Student Council holds regular session • Drama class to re-enact "Everyman" • Men's debating team loses to Elizabethtown • Ursinus girls swamp Albright co-eds • Conference reports feature YMCA meeting • Inter-fraternity basketball series begins tonight • Women debaters split with Elizabethtown • Sando presides over music club meeting • Tau Sigma Gamma holds rushing party • Editorial comment: A boost for basketball • YWCA meeting • Men debaters stage trial debate • Valley Forge Military Academy scores second from bear cubs • Freshmen exercises scheduled for Founders' Day • Lynnewood girls conduct vesper services • Announce chapel favorites

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 29, Number 17.

Stanley Omwake, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 16, 1931



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