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Lettermen elect court, mat heads • Alumni to honor Dr. James Anders • May 2 scheduled for open house • Ursinus director, 60, succumbs after illness • Directors will hear reports on March 26 • Social security topic closes forum season • Junior play tryouts to be held tonight • Debaters face busy week; engage two opponents • May queen's court chosen by coeds of four classes • S. Halberstadt wins Lantern familiar essay contest prize • Castle Moro orchestra plays to 85 couples at soph hop • Beta Sigma Lambda is second winner in inter-fraternity scholastic race • Copper film to be shown • Ursinus coed debaters meet three opponents on road trip • Pennhurst supt. describes feeble-minded inmates • 65 students see Hedgerow players in "Twelfth night" • Political science students shy from radical beliefs • Registrar Sheeder attends Norristown college night • Coed basketeers lose final game to Beaver • Battery candidates report for practice • Derr Hall collegians win two extra-mural contests • Sixteen are awarded letters, certificates in winter sports • Varsity clubmen to hold annual banquet March 31 • Y's to study cooperatives • 1937 basketball - wrestling captains • Y.W. to hold poetry hour
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Ewan Clague, wrestling, James M. Anders, Charlie C. Burdan, debate team, Glee Club, International Relations Club, Physical Education Club, Franklin I. Sheeder, Walter R. Krauss, baseball, basketball, wrestling, YMCA, YWCA
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Harbaugh, E. Kermit and Wimer, William E., "The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1936" (1936). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 955.
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