Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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International Relations Club to be organized soon • Dr. Floyd Tomkins speaks to students at Y meeting • Fighting firemen lose to Lehigh and Muhlenberg by close scores • Faculty and alumni attend annual PSEA meeting • Ursinus to debate New York University Friday • Jury system question is debated by men's club • Strong Hill School team defeats yearlings 43-21 • Literary Club adopts constitution and by-laws • Student council dance in gymnasium Saturday • Professor Sheeder addresses high school students • College publishes ode to "Veterans of Ursinus" • Library is willed clock by J. Maxwell Bernard • Women's dormitory fund campaign progressing • Several changes made in women's Athletic Association constitution • Seniors beat sophomores in close battle 13-10 • Freshman girls defeat sister class team 13-7 • Mr. John Elder, Persian missionary, speaks Friday • Several varsity and frosh games this week • Dr. Carl V. Tower attends philosophical meeting • Bake sale Saturday

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 27, Number 16.

C. Richard Snyder & Malcolm E. Barr, editors-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 14, 1929



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