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Alumna gets post on faculty as voice teacher • College to add drama course to roster in September • WSGA appoints Ruth Roth Lorelei chairman; Alspach names Wilson to head soph hop • Quarantine follows single scarlet fever case • Frosh elect Jacobs • MSC distributes manners pamphlets to men • Seventy couples truck at Greek letter ball • Seven from Ursinus attend conference in Ohio • Leading roles chosen for "Mikado" • Weekly correspondent brings to light conditions in beleaguered South Hall • Error in spring vacation changes junior weekend • Vespers program presents films on Soviet Russia, Russian music by Bach accompanist • Kellett to speak at smoker of Philadelphia alumni • Freshman composer writes song for class • Mertz and Haas debate Penn over WFIL • Interfraternity council sets dates of freshman rushing parties • Santo Domingan student speaks to university women group • World conferences subject of IRC speeches • Ouderkirk takes coach's place as Phys. Ed. Club sponsor • Dr. Sibbald gives tips on play judging to manuscripters • Bullets ineffective as Hashagenmen take opener 36-28 • Wrestlers open Sat. with Penn • Dormitory bright lights begin to shine • Kellett starts boys tomorrow night • Soccer crown announced at sports banquet • Sheeder finds variety, spice in Lantern • Doggie roast, barn dance planned by YM-YW • Cancellations this year double normal amount

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, David Jacobs, Glee Club, student government, Marion Spangler, debate team, Georgine Haughton, Consuelo Bernardino, International Relations Club, English Club, Physical Education Club, soccer, basketball, wrestling, YMCA, YWCA


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 13.

Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1938



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