Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Doctors favor and oppose socialized medicine at forum's fourth birthday • Dramatic artist will be presented March 18 • Today is deadline for conference registration • Bartha will play for junior prom • Soph hop will present Fred Wrigley's music; popular melodies provide decorational motif • A.A.U.W. sponsors consumers' forum here this Wednesday • Court five takes one out of two on trip • Spirit of "gay nineties" revived at "Y" bowery party • Temple students lead vespers • Women meet Lebanon Valley, send delegates to Albright • Men debate three opponents on trip, Lafayette at home • History-Social science group to meet tonight • Former Weekly editor transferred from North Penn Reporter to Bethlehem Globe-Times • Students in program for "World day of prayer" • Wrestlers humble Haverford mat squad as Lobby, Steinmetz, Armstrong, Zeski score wins • Cubs defeat Norristown Y, lose to Perkiomen preppers • Wednesday wrestling match changed to Muhlenberg • Sextet divides with S'more, New College • Jing to call for battery men

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 37, Number 17.

Allen Dunn, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 27, 1939



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