Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Academic exercises of Founders' Day mark sixtieth anniversary • Frosh prove ability as good entertainers • Rev. Asher R. Kepler '98 gives monthly lecture • Glee Club on extended trip in coal regions • Entertainment concludes Founders' Day program • Men's negative team wins initial debate • Ursinus loses to Temple and F. & M. in contests played last week • Speeches and good eats feature family dinner • Girls defeat Beaver in exciting game • Girls lose dual debate to Cedar Crest women • Muhlenberg defeats grizzly cubs 19-16 • Rev. Elliott to speak at YM-YW week of prayer • American legion to present annual show • Lorelei dance this Saturday evening • Frosh elect officers for coming semester • Ursinus plays Swarthmore and Delaware this week • Junior class to give movie for 1930 Ruby • Girls install new hall presidents • Booklet on history of Ursinus College issued • Women's Debating Club • Directors order plans for science building • Men's Debating Club

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 27, Number 19.

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

The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1929



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