Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Committee named for Lorelei dance • Rushing to begin for frats, Feb. 5 • Second half slump costs grizzly basketeers victory as Albright Lions win league tilt • Transition survey nears completion • Executive committee founds scholarships • Full schedule released for men's Debating Club • Dorms organize under student council plan • Dr. Donald Baker speaks at vespers Sunday night • Dr. J. L. Barnard attends American colleges meet • Kosmella is improving in Norristown hospital • Drs. Kline and Brownback hear president of Harvard • Dr. Omwake improves • Advisory group sponsors lecture by Miss White • Brotherhood meets • Chemists study sulphur • Fraternity rushing rules • Journalism becoming a more attractive career for college and high school graduates; higher education deemed necessary for great advancement • Frosh open season with two victories • Grapplers prove easy for F. and M. matmen • Coed sextet loses opener to Spring City high, 29-23 • Frosh suffer first loss at hands of Perkiomen • Girls' basketball schedule is announced by Youngken

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, J. Lynn Barnard, Marcella Kosmella, George L. Omwake, Whorten A. Kline, Catherine White, Hall Chemical Society, basketball, wrestling, fraternities, debate team


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 34, Number 16.

E. Kermit Harbaugh, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 20, 1936



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