Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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Don Rose to speak at INA meeting • Editor and business manager of Ruby select assistants for 1936 class annual production • Annual Color Day program to be given in Bomberger • Chasemen garner three victories • Bears down Lebanon Valley in last tilt • Negative munitions team debates three opponents • Conference on government to be held at Harrisburg • Local TKA chapter to send delegates to Juniata conclave • Junior play progressing under new coaching system • Western Maryland debates Ursinus coed team Saturday • Music featured at vespers • Christian organizations plan for active spring program • Cub basketeers drop game to Perkiomen Prep, 41-27 • F.E.R.A. boasts maximum February payroll of $794.88 • Frosh coeds argue divorce, marriage laws uniformity • Mendelssohn's "Athalie" chosen for annual oratorio, June 9 • Keyser, Witmer chosen to debate against Swarthmore • Student activities council holds meet Tuesday evening • Men's Glee Club schedules nine concerts for month of April • Music Club holds monthly meet Tuesday in west music studio • $100 Baldwin prize offered for city government essay • Curtis wins foul shooting in competition for trophy • Coed basketeers beat Moravian, lose close tussle with Beaver • Little grizzlies defeated by Wyoming Seminary, 61-44 • Day students nose out Derr in dorm basketball league • Bear matmen win one, tie one, lose four in current campaign • Coed commuters lead girls inter-dormitory conference • G-burg wins league crown as Ursinus ties for last • Inter-dorm wrestling champs to be determined this week • Snell coached team defeats strong Moravian sextet, 33-27
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Heiges, Jesse, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 11, 1935" (1935). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 986.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 22.
Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.