Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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George Nox McCain, noted traveler-author, bequeaths most of his library to Ursinus • Penn to be met in radio debate • First game lost to St. Joe's, 41-33 • Fred Wrigley's band again plays at dance • Rev. Franklin Bahner, oldest alumnus, dies • Keyser, Wright, Weidner, Heiges to speak at IRC • Prof. Tyson supervises educational survey here • Manager announces schedule for women's basketball team • Ursinus professors attend language association meeting • Prof. Tyson addresses group of college teachers at PSEA • Information given to benefit teachers of Ursinus alumni • Cabaret performance and dance featured at annual Xmas party • Mrs. John Lentz to speak at weekly YW meeting • Gaiety holds full sway at annual Xmas banquet • Choral musical organizations present elaborate concert • Women student councils hold meetings at U. of P. • Methods of preparing briefs explained to men debaters • Shear honored at celebration by third floor Brodbeck

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 15.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 7, 1935



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