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Pennacs defeat U batsmen, 19-7 • Graduation plans are completed • College men elect Pancoast council president; class of 1937 chooses Quay as senior leader • Joint councils dance orchestra announced • Council reorganization • Gaumer scores only points in Middle Atlantic's meet • Junior presidency stays with Bodley • Prof. Brownback addresses New York alumni meeting • Football conference convenes at Ursinus • Four campus sororities pick next year's officers • Fraternity officers named; Tworzydlo is council pres. • Weidner announces committees for class day exercises, June 5 • Plans nearing completion for opera "Pied piper of Hamelin" • College athletes vie for interclass track trophy • Winkleman addresses pre-meds on field of neural pathology • Harbaugh, Glassmoyer win scholarships to Yale law • Evelyn Cook to speak • Seven senior men, one woman to enter Phila. med. schools • Witmer addresses vespers • Ruby appears this week • Grizzly trackmen win close meet from Albright, 67-59 • Brodbeck tops ball league • Bear Jay Vees drop game to Wildcat freshmen, 8-0 • Girl racqueteers break even in two matches during week • Girl debaters pick Witmer • Ulsh to head French Club • Baseball movie shown to college men last Monday • Pre-meds elect Miller • I.R.C. officer elections • Mortimer to head Clamer

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Martin W. Witmer, Nathan Winkleman, student government, J. Harold Brownback, track team, softball, baseball, tennis, International Relations Club, debate team


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 34, Number 29.

Abe E. Lipkin, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 18, 1936



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