Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Bedner to chairman "Lorelei"- when vampires pursue and ladies do too; Alspach picks Wilson for junior prom • Byron sisters will mystify here again • Women to enjoy dancers at meeting • Brotherhood, sisterhood dance is success Saturday night • Dean Stahr addresses vespers audience last night • Office surveys student body • Ruby sets January 15 subscription deadline • James Montgomery to speak in forum • Pinocchio, treasure isle played by marionettes • YM-YWCA shows British film "Rhodes, the empire builder" • AAUW hears Dr. Black discuss early theatre • Opera star to present recital and conduct voice clinic on campus Thursday, Friday • Dr. Dennis now proud father • Ouderkirk marriage date set • Fifth Alumni Journal appears over holidays • Miss Spangler attends convention at capitol • Congestion in gym relieved by changes • Fraternity rushing rules • Bear five downs Albright Friday in opener 36-26 • Temple matmen test Meklos cohorts Feb. 4 • Frosh beat Lions in prelim Friday, 35-17 • G'burg, F. & M. next foes of Hashagen men • Bill Power unable to attend Maxwell memorial banquet • Jing meets former associates at showing of baseball film • Marines hold gang to 12-0 in touch football playoff • Sheeder finds variety and cleverness in first issue of the Lantern; ten students contribute • McClure to deliver McCauley lectures at church convocation • College Lutherans elect Bagenstose group chairman

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Art Guild, Harvey L. Carter, Wallace McKnabb, Curtain Club, Lorelei, English Club, Rufus Rose, Camilla B. Stahr, YMCA, YWCA, Matthew H. Black, Paul R. Wagner, Marion G. Spangler, Thompson-Gay Gymnasium, fraternities, Russell C. Johnson, basketball, wrestling, Norman E. McClure


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 37, Number 12.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 9, 1939



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