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Juniors sign Phil Emerton for prom; "Hawk island", mystery play, to be staged • March 28 chosen for Founders' Day • Swarthmore bows to Ursinus coeds • Dedrick and Sipe tie for May queen • Columbia progress group studies education policy • College determines why students leave • Committee appointed to plan newspaper convention here • Castle Moro orchestra plays at annual Lorelei • Ursinus alumni groups to meet in near future • First 64 pages of Ruby to go to press, Thursday • Rev. Clayton H. Ranck engaged as speaker for week of prayer • Alpha Sigma Nu sorority conducts vesper service • Sororities extend bids as rushing season closes • Ursinus students chosen for community club play • Men debate medicine question with Lincoln, first opponent • Varsity Club to purchase two Ursinus' gold notes • Women debaters to entertain freshmen coed squad tonight • Placement bureau begins to consider positions • Hall Chem group shows motion picture series • Women debaters to oppose Leb. Valley on munitions • Rabbi Barnett addresses joint "Y" meeting Tuesday • Shelley, Straub, and Lipkin to debate in three day tour • English Club discusses British life and customs • I.R.C. hears four talks on current world events • N. Wright attends conference on the cause and cure of war • Lantern elects G. Stoudt for new business manager • Bears drop close contest to Muhl. courtmen, 37-36 • Day students, Curtis, Derr tie for first in dorm loop • Cub basketeers defeated by Villanova frosh, 43-19 • Temple grapplers defeat grizzlies in slow match • Coed non-varsity basketeers smash into interdorm season • Muhlenberg leads loop race as bears drop to sixth place • Arnold College elects Dr. Stover as president • Soph rings to be ordered

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, May Day pageant, Isidore Barnett, YMCA, YWCA, Hall Chemical Society, International Relations Club, debate team, Nellie Wright, basketball, wrestling, Webster Stover


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 19.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1935



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