Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Ursinus dribblers divide pair of close contests during week • Hamburger is most unpopular food at Ursinus, poll shows • Worth of wit told by Dr. F. H. Green • Nocturnal succorers labor in vain • Ferguson is chosen to head soph hop • Second semester plans revealed by YM-YW • McGowan elected freshman prexy • Four trips in schedule of men's Debating Club • Dr. McClure attends meeting of presidents of Penna. colleges • Social service trip to New York City April 5 • Inter-fraternity sorority dance draws 100 couples • Dr. John Price will speak to pre-med society, February 6 • College men and women divide on subject of pensions; optimistic on expected incomes • Herber analyzes Finnish war at IRC meeting on Tuesday • Twenty-seven sons, daughters of Ursinus alumni prove that college is family institution • Ursinus named for famed reformer, teacher, principal author of the Heidelberg catechism • Freshmen bow to Mules, conquer Girard, 44-32 • Grizzly courtmen divide pair of games with Muhlenberg and G-burg quintets • Girls defeat Glassboro in opening tilt, 47-15 • Ursinus wrestling squad two deep at every spot • Bullets, Diplomats, and Bisons top conference • Capacity crowd views showing of baseball moving picture • Rev. James C. Gilbert plans series of "quiet hours" for Lent • Medieval life shown at exhibit on display in science building • Women's Debate Club will discuss two questions tonight • Two New York artists present concert at Valley Forge chapel

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 38, Number 13.

Mark D. Alspach, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 15, 1940



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