Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Senior week-end set Dec. 6-7 • Beta Sigma Lambda is first winner of inter-frat scholastic plaque • Villanova trims fighting grizzlies • McAvoy men prepare for Bisons, Friday • Sheeder shows results of seven-year survey • W.S.G.A. to sponsor leadership training • Varsity Club recommends standard athletic awards • Frosh squad becomes smaller as daily practices continue • Rev. Alfred Sayres to address joint YM-YW meet, Wed. • Scavenger hunt planned for WAA meet tonight • Schmitt new debate manager; conference delegate elected • Dr. Price to deliver talk • Notice, NYA supervisors • Plans for grizzly gridder announced by Glassmoyer • Freas named by council representative to AA • Grizzlies gird for cats with spirited pep rally • Inter-sorority council elects officers for year • Weidner to name group to select November play • Four new members admitted to Brotherhood of St. Paul • Y.W. sponsors big-little sister theatre party, Wed. • Twelve students try out for positions on Lantern • Committees are appointed for old timers' dance • Hall Chemical Society to hold first meet of year, October 7 • "Building for life" subject of Sunday vesper service • Social calendar planned for present school year • Bailey and Hashagen plan new dorm sports program • Two veterans constitute backbone of "U" harriers • Cico, Bullet quarterback has broken collar bone • Three Ursinus representatives join Schwenksville art class • Inexperienced booters show promise in daily scrimmages • Hockey team wins first tussle, Saturday morning • Astronomy pictures shown

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 34, Number 3.

E. Kermit Harbaugh, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, September 30, 1935



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