Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Peace to be topic of all-Ursinus conference • Dr. Graves stresses value of education for leadership • War is inevitable, peace group fears • "Sophisticated Swing" for junior prom • Name-forgetting theme of junior play • Local thespians offer double bill Friday • Former Ursinus athlete to address Ys Wednesday • May Day finery for rent; see committee members • Women hear Sweden lecture this afternoon • Men and women debaters argue at six colleges during week • Science blind spot topic of lecturer tomorrow • Chamber music, speaker featured at vespers • Comprehensive grade three-tenths of senior's final mark • Commencement in the gymnasium? • Letters to the editor: Student avers majority do not want speakers; A six point program for introduction to science; A reader criticizes the Weekly's news evaluation • Co-ed undergraduates vote to start junior women's club • Chemical Society to send delegates to I. S. C. meet • Faculty club hears Miller at March 9 meeting • Fraternity row • Michael sends list of expectant teachers to schools • Recordings, solos heard at meeting of Music Club Monday • Roberts' "Northwest Passage" reviewed for English Club • Students' attitudes toward peace strike movement to be IRC topic • Barnard encourages organization of pre-law society at Y tea • Notices • Alumni note • Questionnaire reveals alumni most help in informing prospective students • Wrestlers choose Meklos 1939 captain • Coed basketeers end lucrative year with 35-20 win from Temple • Astheimer high scorer during mat season • 35 infielders, outfielders report for practice • Winter sports summaries • Women pick class captains for basketball tourney • Day is dorm champion by defeating Brodbeck • Frosh courtmen win single game in hapless season • Ys combat ho-hum Saturdays with informal bingo party • Sheeder names committee for open house day • Apes take plaque • Wreath placed on Bomberger grave by son • Ys old fashioned dance attracts 150 persons

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, James M. Niblo, Frank Graves, Robert Strine, Curtain Club, French Club, May Day pageant, debate team, International Relations Club, George Meklos, basketball, wrestling, baseball, Walter Bomberger, YMCA, YWCA, Alpha Phi Epsilon


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 22.

Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 21, 1938



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