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Two Byron sisters to practice black art before benefit audience in gym, Apr. 24 • Brandt elected head of WSGA • Two Weekly men attend INA meet • Local peace meeting to hear Malin, Wells • Enterprise freedom stressed by Boswell • Attendance record set at junior prom • Juniors give unusual and sinister drama • Tablet honoring former professor unveiled in the academy of music • Seniors to compete in annual Paisley prize essay contest • Y.M. officers nominated; to be elected tomorrow • Women discuss cooperative groups at Clamer meeting • Lancaster alumni to hold banquet, dinner April 16 • Orchestra, Glee Club to hold open house concert • Pan-Americanism to be subject of speakers at IRC meeting • Williams and Byron argue in last debate of season • Prof. Herring to address French Club at meeting • Brotherhood of St. Paul to elect officers Tuesday night • Du Pont pictures shown at Hall Chemical meeting • English Club to meet • Sewing machine demonstration given before Pageantry Club • Baseball banned under 1887 edict • Intramural program featured by students and professional bouts • Bear '37 track team to depend on frosh • Tutelage of Leroy N. Mills received by grid players • Harman and Ogden to address Varsity clubbers on April 20 • Frosh defeat juniors to win girls' interclass court crown

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Roberta Byron, Marion Byron, Muriel Brandt, student government, James L. Boswell, YMCA, YWCA, Philip H. Goepp, Meistersingers, debate team, International Relations Club, Margaret Herring, Hall Chemical Society, track team, baseball, intramural sports


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 35, Number 25.

Vernon Groff, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1937



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