Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Y's revive bowery for Friday party • Forum to present contrasting views • Language professors recovering from grippe • Hendricks and Baugh receive degrees at college 70th birthday celebration • Jitterbug pair to star in black and white hop • "Fine arts-fine living" is conference theme; delegates to attend March Pocono conclave • Sibbald announces schedule of plays and play tryouts • German professor to visit Ursinus this week • Scholars' costumes bring pomp and color of medieval life to modern academic procession • Poling talks in vespers; Temple students coming • Phi Psi exhibits water-colors • Papal situation discussed • Tuberculosis films shown • Susceptible males safe; Lorelei dance a "has been" • Bears drop pair of two-point thrillers in league • Girls upset Bryn Mawr, Rosemont; Harshaw high • Large crowd sees "A century in baseball" on Tuesday • Hearey leads "brain-busters" as LaSalle wins on radio • Bear cubs lose weeks games to F. and M., Muhlenberg fives • Wrestlers lose to G-burg, 33-3 • Grippe puts Thompson in bed • Hopkins, college orchestra syncopate at Temple formal • Newman Club to elect • Women debate with Temple, Immaculata, Lebanon Valley • Men hold three home, three away debates during week • Insane Spain in terse verse

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Abraham H. Hendricks, Albert Croll Baugh, Walter Naumann, Jane Poling, Phi Alpha Psi, Newman Club, debate team, wrestling, basketball


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 37, Number 16.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 20, 1939



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