Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Norman E. McClure is inaugurated as seventh president of Ursinus College • Brumbaugh urges seniors faith in democracy • Meminger offers seniors optimism • Edward Bell to head graduates next year • Board of Directors names new members • Guest heads forum committee under adopted constitution • Third volume of Dr. McClure's Shakespeare edition completed • College physician active in medical circles, writing • Ursinus College yesterday and tomorrow • Editorial comment: The work of President McClure • "Fats" and Frankie need your support • Gettysburg tops league; 6 Grizzlies graduated • Gridmen start autumn training Labor Day • Brodbeck captures intramural trophy • 1936-37 summaries • Zoll, Bodley, Padden named as spring sports leaders • Netwomen win 7 out of 8; Ware captains new outfit • Tomlinson takes over reins at student council banquet • Degrees in course, Class of 1937 • Ruby out June 3; Trout wins titles • "In Springtime" pleases large audience Saturday • Thirteen seniors have jobs in education and business • Registrar's office releases open scholarship awards • Alumni Athletic Club is headed by Malcolm Derk • Y leaders attend conclave • Professors in their childhood daze is feature of Class Day exercises • Mrs. Trinna Moser is new Ursinus Women's Club head • Thirty-three hundred witness Class, Curtain Club, and Hedgerow Players

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Norman E. McClure, commencement, Ida Trout, Richard Miller, John G. Tomlinson, basketball, football, intramural sports, Raymond Costello, Frank Tworzydlo, Justus Bodley, Harry Zoll, Leo Padden, John B. Price, Paul I. Guest, James W. Meminger, I. Harvey Brumbaugh


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 35, Number 32.

Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, June 7, 1937



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