Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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D'ascenzo Studios present lecture on art glass windows • "Kukan," story of Sino-Jap struggle, to be shown here • Women meet by classes and ballot for Berky's May pageant attendants • Patriotic theme and Sheble's tunes to be features of sophomore hop • Fourteen from Ursinus will attend weekend conclave at Buck Hill Falls • Pre-medders will hear Dr. Max Strumia speak on blood transfusion • Co-ed debaters plan to visit Rutgers, Upsala; debate Lebanon Valley • Vespers audience hears of problems confronting youth • Willauer stresses need for economic equality as basis for world peace • Dr. Finnie will address weekly Lenten service • Book reviews by Tuers and Swartley provide English Club program • UCFAOD decides that Ucollegia should make all-out war effort • Y's Carmen Morena writes letter to her foster parents • Men debaters travel to foreign campuses and debate labor question • New spring intramural program to begin after March 15 • Bears blast Red Devils, 52-36, but Gettysburg's late rally wins, 40-38 • Forfeit in heavy class gives Temple grapplers 16-16 tie against bears • Co-eds invade south to trounce William and Mary lassies, 42-18 • Perkiomen stops cub five, 34-33, Wednesday; Norristown Y wins 70-53 • Five games played this week in co-ed basketball league

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Niccola Goodwin, George F. Finnie, English Club, YMCA, YWCA, Philip B. Willauer, Lenore Berky, May Day pageant, Max N. Strumia, Emory Nelson, debate team, basketball, wrestling, baseball


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 40, Number 17.

Denton Herber, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1942



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