Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978
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New type dance to be held Sat. • Comedy, "Aren't we all?" selected for spring play • Alumni committee proposes changes • Mrs. Willauer to speak at advisory meeting • R. V. Patterson to deliver address Thursday at annual Founders' Day academic exercises • Women's election plans announced at mass meet • Ursinus delegates to attend Tau Kappa Alpha conference • D. Witmer to head discussion at regional youth conference • Quality, size of Lantern increased in March issue • Dr. Oppenheimer scheduled for pre-med meeting Wed. • Sophs plan to present only cream of frosh talent for annual Founders' Day song and dance revue • Registrar reports large advance 1935 enrollment • New constitution proposed for Alumni Association • Munitions debaters visit Rutgers, Wagner, and Drew • Freshmen are interviewed for Yale transition study • Mr. Quinn shows films, talks on manufacture of rubber • Coed munitions arguers clash with Allegheny, Penn State • Mrs. Grace Cordry speaks to YWCA on courtesy • Brotherhood of St. Paul discusses theme of music • Wagner to be opponent in closing debate, Tues. • Coed basketeers finish most successful season • Coed commuters are champs of women's interdorm season • Mt. St. Joseph coed players defeat bears in close fray • Bassman loses at Lehigh in quarter-final round • Fourteen Ursinus students accepted by med. colleges • Women debaters to stage three contests this week • English club to discuss novels at meet tonight
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Ross V. Patterson, Philip B. Willauer, M. J. Oppenheimer, Lee Tire Company, basketball, debate team, wrestling
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Heiges, Jesse, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 25, 1935" (1935). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 988.
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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 24.
Jesse Heiges, editor-in-chief.