Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Dr. F. P. Graves to speak on revived Founders' Day • Students to attend peace meeting at Swarthmore • Frosh girls hear musicale of 18th century works • New deal, business understanding necessary • M. Sattazahn wins pageant award • 85 freshmen tapped in rushing • Wimer discusses students' conception of divinity • College committee takes scholarships from 7 students, places 3 scholarships on probation • Alumnus Wharton acts as navigator and second pilot on naval non-stop flight to Hawaii • Thomas Glassmoyer '36, attains high honor in becoming editor-in-chief of U. of P. law review • Mid-year students feted at tea by Sheeders • Women debaters meet Lebanon Valley Wednesday • Haas and Skilling argue U.S. protection in China • Men debaters start home season tomorrow • Phila. alumni stag it at informal dinner • Cagers drop 3 in week, fall in league • Matmen threaten but G-burg wins 19 1/2 to 14 1/2 • Court sextet goes through New, 30-23, and Bryn Mawr, 33-24 • 14-game diamond schedule released with Villanova first on April 7 • Hapless cub cagers drop three more contests • Mrs. Moser advocates Jr. Women's Club for co-eds • Grid committee considers officials' applications

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, William A. Stinson, Frank Graves, May Day pageant, Marion G. Spangler, William Wimer, sororities, fraternities, James M. Wharton, debate team, International Relations Club, basketball, baseball, wrestling


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 36, Number 17.

Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 14, 1938



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