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Rev. Ranck leads week of prayer • Curtain Club to select play for May production • Cast chosen for junior class play • Quintet loses two on week-end trip • Characters selected for May Day pageant • Mark Moyer to play for sophomore hop • Six Ursinus students at mid-winter "Y" conference • Banquet in Philadelphia attracts about 100 alumni; William C. Duncan, feature writer, addresses group • Johnson speaks at meeting of Bucks County coaches • Meeting of English Club held last Monday evening • Debaters defeat Lehigh, drop two to Muhlenberg • Feminine forensicists plan to argue munitions issue • Library receives books willed by Col. G. N. McCain • Four Ursinus students act in community club play • Musicians to feature solo numbers at Tues. meeting • Grizzlies finally snap seven-game losing streak as Johnson leads attack to defeat Dragons, 37-16 • Coeds cause Beaverites season's first loss, 24-16 • Freshmen quintet drops contest to Drexel, 30-16 • Ursinus wrestlers lose close match to Lafayette, are decisively beaten by Nevonians in final meet • Coed basketeers defeat Leb. Valley team in 44-18 runaway • Day stages sprint to tie Derr in inter-dorm league • Day students retain lead in coed interdorm league • Teams chosen for intramural league foul-shooting contest • Women's debating team beaten at State college
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Clayton L. Ranck, Russell C. Johnson, YMCA, YWCA, Henry T. Spangler, George Nox McCain, Music Club, basketball, wrestling, debate team
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Paist, Benjamin F. and Heiges, Jesse, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 4, 1935" (1935). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 985.
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