Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Alex Bartha's steel pier orchestra will syncopate at April junior prom • Ditter attacks court reform in Sunday's forum • Four schools to wrestle here Sat. • Directors meet, give Sheeder religion chair • "Ozzie" Werley's thirteen pieces to play for sophs • Andrew Brodbeck, director of college, died Saturday • Roberts and Broidy get 'Kind lady' leads • Second yearly intramural night to be held week before Easter • Dean McConn named speaker at forum Sunday, March 7 • Professor Michael's survey shows 48.1 percent of class of '36 prepared to teach employed as teachers • Elizabethtown falls to bear co-eds; girl debaters win over rivals by 2-1 decision • Two Ursinusites checkmate high school chess players • Germany going down hill say speakers in IRC • State official discloses hints on becoming teacher • Yost's theatre party sees Nazimova in Ibsen's "Ghosts" • Guest and Laughlin beaten in talk match • Musical talent of Ursinus present program for Y's • Co-eds observe Color Day in presentation ceremony • Vaccaro's only field goal of game beats Drexel in overtime • Matmen fall before strong G-burg foe • Girls down Rosemont and Moravian easily • Bob Keehn instrumental in accumulating winning points as cubs down Drexel, Hill School, and Norristown foes • Brodbeck is dorm B.B. champ; Boxing to start in near future • Day, Shreiner are tops in co-ed's basketball league • Ken's passers come close to beating out Leb. Val. • Ursinus students sojourn in Poconos over week-end • Girls to elect May queen Wed; May pageant tryouts next week • Dr. Carolus Harry speaks and asks Lutherans to conference

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, J. William Ditter, wrestling, Franklin I. Sheeder, Max McConn, student teachers, Chess Club, International Relations Club, H. Frank Hare, Calvin D. Yost, debate team, basketball, wrestling, YMCA, YWCA, May Day pageant


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 35, Number 21.

Abe E. Lipkin, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 1, 1937



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