Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Plans for Founders' Day exercises are announced • Glee Club to journey to Schuylkill County • Bears will meet F. & M. and Temple this week • Ursinus Women's Club to give concert, Thursday • Bucknell tops bears in close game Tuesday • Lansdale and Keystone subdue frosh courtmen • Girls win three games to open coed schedule • Gettysburg hands out third setback to bears • Senior ball date set for Friday, March 15 • Ursinus plays poorly against F. & M. February 6 • Judge Knight, Norristown, addresses the YMCA • Sophs elect officers for second semester • Boxing and wrestling is given recognition • Strongest and hardiest men to play fairer sex • Men's debate tonight • Dr. Isenberg speaks in Reformed Churches • Reception to Rev. Lentz • Professor Tyson will lecture • Dramatic Club selects Zwing anniversary play • Drexel game postponed • The inter-dorm league • Lorelei dance, February 23 • Prospective students urged to enroll early • Professor Sheeder speaks • An ode to Ursinus College • Girls of hockey team dine at Schwenksville • Mrs. Lentz honored by Glenwood girls • "The Patsy" goes on tour • Webster Forensic Club • Oratorical union meeting • Annual athletic bazaar • Engagement of Miriam Ehret '27 announced • I.N.A. president resigns

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 27, Number 18.

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

The Ursinus Weekly, February 11, 1929



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