Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Byrne and McAllister to head junior week-end committees • Hon. J. William Ditter to speak on Founders' Day, February 15 • Lorelei on Feb. 16; Harshaw chairman • Besse Howard will lead "quiz" forum • Apes win fraternity scholarship plaque • Dr. Francis Green at vespers Sunday • Dickinson law dean to speak to pre-legalites • Fred Wrigley to return for dance on Saturday • Mr. Sheeder lauds Christmas 'Lantern' • College students think that United States can stay out of conflict, survey shows • Fraternity rushing rules • Skyrocket to fame tells story of singer Jan Peerce's career • Science building is outstanding change on Ursinus landscape in last decade • Dr. Meminger honored by new autumn Alumni Journal • Grizzly five tramples Albright in conference opener; loses to Rutgers in first game before holidays, 60-55 • Stevens optimistic as proteges drill • Albright freshmen top bear yearlings, 55-36 • Biery on Delaware "all-opponents" • "Play ball, America!" to be shown on Thursday • Bears meet Muhlenberg, Gettysburg this week • Barnard, Carter at conventions during holidays • Prof. Sheeder lists religious qualities at vespers service • Morris represents Ursinus at Canadian Christian conference • Brownback speaks to men's faculty club at Tues. meeting • Hall Chemical Society will show film, "Sincerely yours" • Bone to speak to men's Debate Club in Freeland Hall tonight • Borrell and Seibert represent college in Penn State debate

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Walter Hitchler, Francis Harvey Green, Lantern, J. W. Meminger, basketball, wrestling, Harvey L. Carter, James L. Barnard, Franklin I. Sheeder, J. Harold Brownback, Paul Morris, debate team


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 38, Number 12.

Mark D. Alspach, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 8, 1940



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