Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Seniors register for various jobs • Delegation named to "Y" conference • Grizzly courtmen lose to Gettysburg Bullets and Franklin and Marshall on week-end trip • Coed debaters argue Lebanon Valley teams • Musical concert to be offered by Dr. Goepp • College colors presented to frosh women Thursday • Remaining Ruby picture schedule is published • Mrs. Ella N. Ermold dies at home in Collegeville • Junior play to be chosen by committee tomorrow • Frosh debaters discuss marriage, divorce laws • "Religion is result, not cause of character," says Rev. Dobbs Ehlman in address before student body as feature of religious emphasis week • Grizzlies nose out Mules for second one-point win • Derr Hall champions defeat Don Kellett's cubbers 17-16 • Perkiomen Prep courtmen vanquish "U" yearlings • Bear frosh suffer third loss at hands of Villanova Wildcats • Grapplers drop meet to battlefield team • Matmen to compete in tournament of Middle Atlantics at Lafayette • Coed basketeers win one and lose another • F. & M. continues to lead as league race nears end • Coed commuters easily lead interdorm basketball league • Derr in lead in second half of interdorm league

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 34, Number 20.

E. Kermit Harbaugh, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 2, 1936



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