Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Coming catalogue to contain course changes; additional studies in literature to be given • Rushing season to begin Jan. 30 • Grizzlies divide conference tilts • Valentine motif chosen for annual Lorelei • Sorority rushing season to get under way Feb. 5 • Penn debate winner to be announced on Sat. • Three religious creeds to have exponents here • Group of activity pictures for Ruby go to engravers • Jr. week-end committees announced by T. J. Beddow • Seniors to petition faculty to eliminate final exams • December F.E.R.A. payroll averages $13.92 per student • Carter attends historical meeting at Washington, D.C. • Recess to end Jan. 29 • Omwake reviews graduate work of Ursinus faculty • Carter leads discussion at Webster forensic meet • Important events of world discussed at IRC meet • Pictures on steel industry shown in science building • Drs. Old and Mauchly attend science sessions • College calendar drawn up at activities council meet • Sophomores select "U" ring • Frosh basketeers defeat Wyomissing in first tilt • Bears to wrestle Quakers in Penn palestra Saturday • Three teams undefeated in first week of league • Clawson and Brown elected managers of '35 grid teams • Varied awards to be offered to girls hiking 100 miles • Men's and women's glee clubs to present "Pinafore" • Intra-mural basketball league to open February • Editorial board adds four members to Weekly staff • Council amendments submitted to faculty for action, Jan. 28 • Student council discusses removal of frosh customs • New locks being installed in Curtis, Brodbeck dorms

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Harvey L. Carter, YMCA, YWCAdebate team, fraternities, International Relations Club, John W. Mauchly, Marcus C. Old, sororities, Alexander Clawson, John Brown, football, freshmen customs, basketball, wrestling


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 16.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 14, 1935



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