Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Over 100 to attend INA conclave • Kermit Harbaugh to head Weekly • Promenade, play pleases patrons • All-Ursinus conference planned for April 27 • Elizabeth Evans elected president of W.S.G.A. • Lantern staff to offer prize for best story • I.N.A. dance, Friday eve., restricted to delegates • Women's basketball team to banquet on Wednesday • W.A.A. to meet tonight • Dr. Omwake remains ill • Varsity Club postpones banquet until May 2 • Men's council draws up model class constitution • Netmen to open court season two days after Easter recess • French students hear Joseph Parlamountain • Track practice starts; Drexel is first opponent • Election of YMCA officers to take place tomorrow noon • Debaters' impersonations show reaction to Hitler • Louis Krug chosen president of Music Club for next year • National feder. of music clubs to be held in Phila. • Derr and Freeland open men's baseball contest • Clair Hare, Don Rose to speak to newspaper conclave here • Varsity nine drops opener to Lafayette College, 3-2 • English Club to meet • IRC to meet tomorrow

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 26.

Jesse G. Heiges, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 8, 1935



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