Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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"U" Varsity Club to dine March 31 • Pre-med to hear medical leaders • Bothell, Worster are leads in junior play; professor and Mrs. Sibbald to coach comedy • Prom committee announces dress for gala occasion • Day, Brodbeck win tourney first places • Nominating committee announces candidates • Ruby nears completion; book to appear in May • Fenton and Erdman chosen co-captains of 1937 quint • New Weekly staff to be elected Thursday evening • Tea to be held at Clamer by inter-sorority council • Wrestling tournament to be held at Ursinus, March, 1937 • Broad general education deemed valuable for career in accounting; exacting requirements are necessary in public and private fields • Lentz talks on trophies at vespers last evening • Debaters meet opponents from Brothers and Wagner • Buck Hill Falls discussion attended by "Y" delegates • Education, religion head Ursinus grads' occupation • Library receives new books on international relations • Thirty-one baseball candidates report • Large squad answers call for track team • Women basketeers terminate successful basketball season • Cagers, matmen pick Brandt and Griffiths as managers • Day students are champions in girls' inter-hall league • Faculty of Thomas Williams defeats Derr quintet 32-27 • Flood films to be shown • "Y" vespers committee to hold special service Sunday

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 34, Number 23.

E. Kermit Harbaugh, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 23, 1936



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