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Men debaters go on tour of four colleges; women are busy at home throughout week • Student council lays penalties • Sororities pledge flushed freshmen after hectic week • Congressman Ditter to speak at forum • Large crowd hails Curtain Club show • Try-outs for junior play to be held this evening • College receives $18,000 in Sarah Leiphart will • "Y" panel group discusses negro-versus-white topic • Sociological survey journey is planned for after Easter • Professor Baker speaks at vespers in Bomberger • Yost reviews McClure-Holzknecht Shakespeare set; second vol., just printed, wins graphic arts award • Philadelphia alumni plan banquet; committee meets • Placement bureau reports jobs for seniors, grads • Contest for radio script writing is opened to all major colleges • Hedgerow, praised before, comes to perform again • Lehigh begins new course named "general education" • Lantern issue will appear in March; copy is solicited • Don Kellett's cubs defeat Penn, 36-30 • Haverford gets close one, Hopkins wins, as injuries still plague bear matmen • Mules hand varsity team its eighth league defeat • Drexel six go down, 34-7, before co-eds' onslaught • Both teams lose battles at Albright on Wednesday • Brotherhood of St. Paul meets; appoints two deputations
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, debate team, J. William Ditter, YMCA, YWCA, Donald G. Baker, Norman E. McClure, Hall Chemical Society, Glee Club, Meistersingers, basketball, wrestling
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Lipkin, Abe E. and Yost, Calvin D., "The Ursinus Weekly, February 22, 1937" (1937). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 922.
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