Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Rec center opens after mid-years • Men, girls ready to start rushing • Courtmen lose league tilt to Albright; grizzly grapplers drop first to U. of P. • Saturday gym plan lists introduction of badminton • Today's hospital report states dean resting well • Hedgerow players return in popular Shaw comedy • Wrigley's music pleases at frat-sorority dance • Co-eds invite men to annual Lorelei; committee announced • Women's Club invites alumni, friends, to Saturday luncheon • President lists aims, needs of Ursinus in interview; stresses importance of faculty to college standard • Women debaters meet Penn State, Drexel, in openers • Ursinus Circle to give tea for girls on Wednesday afternoon • Chess Club players discover individual skills by tourney • Kellett presides at Penn • Phys. Ed. group ice skates • Varsity cagers and frosh drop one each • Brodbeck five leads first half; one game unplayed • Girls receive letters, hear speeches, at hockey banquet • Penn frats in a frenzy: two co-eds being rushed • I.R.C. discusses international possibilities of Spanish set-up • Reynolds leads discussion

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 35, Number 16.

Abe E. Lipkin, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 18, 1937



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