Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Byron sisters find adults 'suggestible' • Court five defeats Lebanon Valley, PMC during week • Walton to return for coming Lorelei dance • Ursinus "bowery night" planned for February 24 in gymnasium • McClure named to official post • Ursinus students and faculty to attend Temple conference • Fraternity bids to be extended Wednesday; today marks beginning of sorority rushing • Alumnus to address society • Curtain Club tryouts tomorrow • Men captain dean's list by slight edge; Stine, five women's halls tie for minority • Women debate Swarthmore • Official praises college med school record • Montgomery County alumni to dine, dance, on February 17 • Philadelphia men meet • Temple matmen trounce Stevens' proteges, capture all bouts in season's inaugural • Cubs beat Lighthouse, lose to Perkiomen • Ursinus to vie with LaSalle in sports quiz next Monday • Male forencists argue over radio with Penn Saturday • Standard college ring here in two weeks • Five new freshmen enrolled as sixteen students leave • German clubbers sing folk songs at Tuesday meeting • Vocal scholarships offered • "Photon" to be published soon • Miss Reber, Heyen represent Ursinus at weekend conclave

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Roberta Byron, Marion Byron, Norman E. McClure, Robert Trucksess, sororities, basketball, wrestling, enrollment, debate team, German Club, Marion Spangler


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 37, Number 14.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 6, 1939



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