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Omwake honored as Board meets • Freddie Romaine is signed today as maestro to furnish music for annual junior ball • Abe Lipkin named editor of Weekly • Staffs to be feted at banquet tonight • Dr. C. D. Yost resigns from post on Weekly • Committees selected for stage production • 1936 Ruby questionnaire seeks students opinion • Pageant preparations begun; five committees announced • Debaters conquer Gettysburg; no decision in Upsala meet • Tribute paid to Dr. Anders at alumni banquet Friday • Dr. Herrick Young to speak at open meeting of IRC • Vacation begins Friday • Pre-medical group hears noted Phila. physicians • Campus musical organizations prepare for spring activities • Ten men are nominated for offices in YMCA • Student council nominations scheduled for after Easter • Coed debaters meet East Stroudsburg teachers • Distance runs to be coaches' worst worry • Batsmen take to field for drills during week • Grizzlies finish second in league foul shooting • Paul Billett is first in court league scoring • Nevonians tops in league scoring for total points • Frosh coeds finish first in inter-class basketball • Awards are granted to coed basketeers at annual banquet • Foul shooting preliminaries begin today; Finals on Wed.
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, George Leslie Omwake, Calvin D. Yost, May Day pageant, James M. Anders, International Relations Club, debate team, YMCA, YWCA, basketball, baseball, track team
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Harbaugh, E. Kermit, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 30, 1936" (1936). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 957.
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