Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Dr. Luther Harr warns the Haines Society of laziness in government • Dr. Catharine Macfarlane to speak at women's vocational conference • Shaw called "showman of the western world" • Fireside chats back Food for Europe plan • Arnold releases name of prom bandleader • Soph hop to feature St. Patrick's theme • 'Beliefs that matter' are discussed at Buck Hills • 'Tri-annual' includes article on employment • Men's and women's debating societies send three teams on road to meet nine colleges • Coach Jing Johnson to speak at baseball clinic Thursday • Ursus may be 'bear', but he's on our rings • Marine officer to define place of grads in draft • Survey suggests students seek school success through thought, thrift, theology, theatricals • After fifty years: the dean reminisces • Drexel loss marks bear court finale • Wrestlers end fifth in Middle Atlantics • Snell's team gets season's first jolt • Girl jayvees down Temple, defeated by Rhode Island • Barab and Kuhn score freshmen over Drexel • MacMahon's 153 points take varsity scoring honors; Kuhn leads frosh with 102 total • St. Paul brotherhood hears history of Schwenkfelders • Hahnemann's dean speaks to pre-meds on body's wonders • Beardwood Society to hear lecture on crime detection • Eilts and Yeomans to discuss Food for Europe before IRC • Committee chairmen for May Day pageant are announced • Faculty club hears Heiges present paper on education • Newman Club discusses book on life of Pope Alexander VI • Meistersingers sing at Stowe • Sturges reviews "Masefield" • French Club makes plans

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Luther B. Harr, debate team, S. Stephenson Smith, Whorten A. Kline, basketball, wrestling, William A. Pearson, O. F. Roller, Hermann Eilts, Jesse Heiges


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 39, Number 20.

Nicholas Barry, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 10, 1941



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