Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Women's debating team has successful trip • Councils will present novel dance on Friday • Founders' Day will be observed on Thursday • Zwing play, "The Show-off," will be given on Saturday • Stanley Omwake elected to Weekly editorship • Girls down Glassboro in final contest, 44-11 • Grizzly twirlers face first game Saturday • Professor Sturgis talks at Physics Journal Club • Ursinus opens forensic relations with Vermont • Woman's Club to present concert on Thursday • Junior mystery play is progressing rapidly • Cast of the annual May pageant is selected • Editorial comment: Ursinus and journalism; Higher education • Boys' picked team defeats girls' basketball varsity • Women's Debating Club "pro's & con's" the "talkies" • Y.W. reviews current literature at meeting • Richard Wood addresses YMCA on peace topic • Inter-fraternity basketball league disbands • Dual disarmament debate is lost to Muhlenberg

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 28, Number 24.

Calvin D. Yost, Jr., editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 31, 1930



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