Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Rev. Clayton L. Ranck to open prayer week with talk on "balanced living", Tuesday • College director dies in Phila. • Grizzly courtmen lose two games • Dean Kline gives address at York alumni banquet • Johnson resigns position on Ruby business staff • Tryouts for junior play to be held this week • Ursinus students to attend mid-winter "Y" conference • Faculty club convenes at Dr. Bancroft's home • Prudence Dedrick chosen May queen • American guidance council convenes in Atlantic City • Piano students to give concert Wednesday night • Men debaters complete first of four road trips • English Club meets tonight • "Church unity" discussed at brotherhood meeting • Hall Chem Society shows film on bromine extraction • Muhlenberg to be met in debate on medicine • College Glee Club sings at Leesport and Hamburg • Coeds win in dual debate with Lebanon Valley College • Frosh debaters entertain women's debating club • Bear matmen rally to tie Gettysburg grapplers • Day students retain lead in coed interdorm league • Frosh five win and lose in Perkiomen and Hill frays • Coed basketeers upset Drexel in 25-11 runaway • Derr captures first place in interform court league • I.R.C. to discuss India and new Home Rule Bill

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 20.

Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1935



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