Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Red, white, and blue crepe to bedeck gym as couples dance at hop to Sheble's rhythms • Arthur Martin, Ursinus grad, to address chem society on cellulose • Theology student tells vespers of faith in praying • Manager of annual May Day pageant fills positions on seven committees • Dr. Yost is reported to be making recovery after operation today • Sixteen from Ursinus attend conference on "Rock and sand" at Buck Hill Falls • Pre-medders to hear Dr. Sherman Eger '25, of Jefferson Hospital • Chairmen announce April 17 as Ursinus conference date • Mrs. Donald Helfferich plans to address Ursinus circle • Prom chairman Bayne sets April 10 as date of annual spring formal • Men debaters journey to up-state campuses and argue on labor • French Club arranges trip to see Moliere's "Physician" • Wrestling squad finishes sixth in championship meet • Hashagen quintet trounces Bucknell in season's finale • Undefeated co-ed team meets Temple and Beaver rivals • Freshman five closes year with 51-40 defeat by Perkiomen prep • Schneeberg beats Zeigler to win ping pong tourney • Hutchinson and Moore win team scoring; each garners 136 points • Jing Johnson announces particulars of coming intramural program

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Melvin Walper, Beardwood Chemical Society, Sherman A. Eger, Calvin D. Yost, May Day pageant, debate team, Pennsylvania Dutch, basketball, wrestling


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 40, Number 18.

Denton Herber, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 9, 1942



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