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Founders' Day set Thursday, Mar. 12 • Joint Y's sponsor week of prayer • Al Lewis named chairman soph hop dance committee • Grizzlies beaten by F. & M. quint • Peiffer band to play for Lorelei, Saturday • Inter-sorority board names rushing dates • Group pictures for Ruby will be taken next week • Open night tomorrow ends fraternity rushing week • Essay announcement made on question of neutrality • Japanese aggression to be topic at IRC meeting • Pen teacher to address "Y" • Barnard vespers speaker • Freshman basketeers defeat team of Girard College grads • Ursinus alumnus of 1894 dies in Barrington, NJ • Kosmella returns home • Wieand pageant chosen by judges for May Day • Sorority rushing rules • Women debaters hold tryouts; open forum to feature meet • Grizzly matmen defeated by Penn grapplers, 21-11 • Webster forensicists argue two opponents in three meets • Brotherhood meets Tuesday • Music Club hears records • All may write for Lantern • Wilcox to speak on France • Matmen break streak to defeat Haverford • Bears drop to fifth with two more losses • Cub courtmen meet defeat at hands of Drexel frosh • Dorm basketeers compete for first-half cage honors • Keyser stars as "U" girls defeat Phoenixville, 20-6
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Josiah H. Penniman, International Relations Club, YMCA, YWCA, J. Lynn Barnard, May Day pageant, J. Howard Johnson, Marcella Kosmella, sororities, basketball, wrestling, debate team
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Harbaugh, E. Kermit, "The Ursinus Weekly, February 10, 1936" (1936). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 950.
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