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$100,000 Ursinus scholarship fund planned by county committee in honor of Omwake • Junior week-end chairmen chosen • Winspear speaks at Sunday forum • "Getting married" to be presented on Feb. 3 • Fred Wrigley's band at frat-sorority ball • Weekly board approves election of new reporters • Pancoast sets final date on $3.50 Ruby subscription • Ursinus Circle to give tea for girls on Wednesday afternoon • Alumnus kills fox on campus; Poum quits chase, is foxed • Fenton and Roberts scholarships are established at high schools • McClure addresses chamber of commerce at Souderton • Directors discuss retirement annuity plan at fall meeting • Barnard represents Ursinus at social studies convention • Roving reporter interviews male students on pertinent topics; poll discloses Simon and Rogers most popular actresses and Camels the favored cigarette • New radio program affords opportunity for college talent • Bear basketeers swamped in first league games by strong F. & M. & G-burg teams • Grizzly grapplers ready for Penn on Saturday • Cubs to meet Brown Prep in season's opener Wed. • Grizzlies meet Lebanon Valley Wednesday; Albright Saturday • Brodbeck gets undisputed lead of inter-dorm basketball loop • Banquet for hockey team • Council on activities sets evening for annual Lorelei • Roller skating party held tonight by Phys. Ed Club • Frosh elect Dave Hartman to men's student council • May pageant deadline set

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, George Leslie Omwake, A. D. Winspear, Curtain Club, Warren Fenton, Jesse Roberts, debate team, fraternities, J. Lynn Barnard, Physical Education Club, basketball, wrestling


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 35, Number 15.

Abe E. Lipkin, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 11, 1937



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