Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Big season of spring sports planned as three teams begin training • R. G. Trucksess speaks before H. P. group, Tuesday • Co-eds swamped by fast passing and eagle eyes of Swarthmore lassies • Bears close basketball season with two overwhelming wins • Cast and committees for Zwing play chosen • Harrisburg alumni meet at Penn-Harris Hotel • Biology Club holds its students' night meeting • Whitman places second in oratorical contest • Frosh-soph game tonight • "What price glory" to show in gym theatre, Wednesday • Ursinus alumnus on U. P. schoolmen's week program • Captain Fritsch entertains • Affirmative debate team loses • Schaff officers elected • Brodbeck wins dorm league • Modern poetry subject of English Club meeting • Rule revision treated at conference Tuesday • Reading alumni to dine and dance in Wyomissing • Ursinus represented at religious convention • Frosh lose, while junior varsity trims West Chester

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 26, Number 21.

Charles H. Engle, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 12, 1928



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