Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Fraternity rushing to close tonight • Juniors to hold election of 1936 yearbook editor • Schedule released for 1935 gridders • Scholarship announcement mailed to high schools • Lebanon Valley stops bears, 41-37 • Castle Moro orchestra secured for Lorelei • Pageant chosen for May Day celebration • "Pinafore" to be presented by combined glee clubs • Physical education group shown special movies • 1935 yearbook to sponsor questionnaire for seniors • All articles for Lantern must be ready by Feb. 15 • Freshmen girls to be in intramural debates • Ursinus to be represented at Upper Darby conclave • Phila. alumni to banquet • Norman R. Thomas to address Haverford peace conference • Student activities council to sponsor dance, May 10 • All seniors must take exams, as faculty rejects petition • College athletic council approves sports plans • Men's Glee Club to sing for musicians, tomorrow • Ursinus bequeathed $500 by will of Jacob M. Hoke • Male forensicists have eighteen debates planned • Women debaters choose subjects for new season • Movies to be shown soon on manufacture of iron • Hall Chemical Society to admit new members • Athletic field dedicated to Jacob Henry Clark '17 • Nelson Bortz joins staff of Univ. of North Dakota • Frosh courtmen defeated by Wyoming Seminary, 32-14 • Grizzly grapplers bow to Quakers in initial game • Wrestling coach and acting captain • Inter-dorm basketball league opened Sat. with two games • Drexel admitted to membership in collegiate football league • Ursinus is charter member of new college soccer league • Ursinusites open season with victory over Phoenixville • Students' views on Japan sought by Clark student • Gettysburg and Muhlenberg tie for first in league race

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 17.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 4, 1935



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