Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Crowd expected for prom, play • High schoolers to invade campus on May 1, 2 for second open house • Phys-eds promote big sports night • Girls to vote Friday for co-ed gov't head • 22 from Ursinus tour New York settlement • Daniel Poling speaks at chapel exercises • Philadelphia alumni elect Robert D. Evans president • Priestley's "Roundabout" selected for spring play • Ursinus alumnus, youngest representative in legislature, tells history group about democratic legislative furor • May 15 is date selected for May Day and Mother's Day; 31 girls given character parts in Poley's "Floralia" • Pancoast warns against spring nudist tactics • Dean's list shows upward trend in scholastic ratings • Four lettermen to form nucleus of baseball team • Hopes of track campaign rest on frosh candidates • Co-ed basketeers on rebound overcome Penn lassies 37-15 • Goethe's works discussed • Co-ed basketeers banquet • Snell cohorts beaten but once, by Beaver • Six widely diverse essays are features of new Lantern issue • Women's varsity debate team to meet Allegheny Wednesday • Vocal and ensemble music features Easter worship • Show Du Pont film tonight

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 35, Number 24.

Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 5, 1937



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