Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Max McConn uses higher learning as forum topic • Lafayette, Gettysburg, Haverford meet here for Middle Atlantics, finish in that order • Fenton is selected to reign at May Day • Curtain Club brings Hedgerow here twice • Alspach goes on air for Ursinus as frat brothers listen in • Ursinus directors attend Andrew Brodbeck's funeral • Physical ed. meeting tonight features two guest speakers • Prom committee invites chaperones, signs Bartha • Japanese evangelist speaks at Tuesday's chapel service • Phi Alpha Psis give party for many alumni members • State legislator W. Hess '31, to address hist. so. sci. group • "Journal of Higher Education" runs article by registrar Sheeder on college policies • Brotherhood meets • Co-eds wage four debates with Kutztown, Leb. Val. • Belles ring bells and maul mincing males and tell tall tales to make sisters happy • Convention of Tau Kappa Alpha chapters to be held at G-burg • Men cancel New York trip; debate at home instead • Hell's bells; An ode • Varsity drops final home game to Drexel; frosh come through again to "snap" victory • Swarthmore holds girls to close win • Intramural night changed to after spring vacation • Shreiner wins three during week to lead interdorm race • Foul-shooting contest starts this week for men basketeers

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Mark Alspach, wrestling, Virginia Fenton, Shigeo Kimura, Nora McAlister, Marion D. Green, Warren K. Hess, Franklin I. Sheeder, Hall Chemical Society, Meistersingers, debate team, Omega Chi, basketball, intramural sports


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 35, Number 22.

Abe E. Lipkin, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1937



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