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Mid-year frosh enroll in condensed course • Council suspends two for dorm breakage • Court award favors college in Patterson trial • Clark announces "Rhythmaires" for prom • Two performances planned for "Mikado" Feb. 12 • Science education course added to roster • Sisterhoods will fete one week only • Debating clubs release season's schedules • Hartzell stresses thinking in vespers address • Phys. Ed. speaker leads class in rhythmics • Xmas conferences draw faculty members • English Club discusses plan for second semester • Snow time's no time for term tests! Students lost in aesthetic awe • Cagers trip Swarthmore, bow to lions; Keehn leads Ursinus scoring • Grizzly grapplers outclassed by Penn, 40-0 • Co-eds drop 25-17 tilt to Swarthmore • Frosh dribblers drop first three to Norristown "Y", Hill, Albright • Dr. Lentz buys steaks for five senior gridders • Porambo gets recognition on Little All-American • Poling, Wimer describe Miami conclave at meeting of "Y" organizations • Students to engage in governor's conference

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Robert Patterson, George Hartzell, Glee Club, Gertrude Green, sororities, debate team, Eugene Michael, Donald Baker, Jesse Heiges, Elizabeth B. White, Stanley Omwake, William Bancroft, J. Lynn Barnard, John Porambo, basketball, wrestling, YMCA, YWCA


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 14.

Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 17, 1938



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