Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Panel discussion opens conference • Committees named for annual play • Former Weekly editor to speak at banquet • I.N.A. holds record conclave at Ursinus • Grizzly batsmen beat Lehigh, 16-2 • Costume, pageant experts speak at pageantry class • 1935 Ruby to appear on campus by May 8 • Dr. Jorge Manach speaks at HSS group meeting • Dr. E. B. White gives address at "Y" installation services • Open house dates given by registrar for May 11, 18 • Dr. Omwake remains ill • Ben Ogden to speak • Publisher of Independent passes in Collegeville • Coed debaters meet St. Joseph's in dual contest on NIRA • Fraternities, sororities elect officers for year • Anders pre-medical meeting features talk by Dr. Gruskin • Book reviews presented at English Club meeting • Postponed debate with F. & M. closes season Friday evening • French student at Dickinson to speak to IRC Tuesday night • Men's Glee Club to appear in concerts over week-end • W.S.G.A. elections held • Informal get together features WAA meeting • McLaughlin elected head of YMCA for coming year • Registrations for next year's class arrive in large numbers • Brotherhood nominated officers at last meeting • I.R.C. accepts constitution with changes for coming year • Grizzly nine shellacks Swarthmore Garnet, 13-0; lose hard-fought contests to Rutgers and Temple • Grizzly netmen drop opener to Muhlenberg at Allentown • Cub batsmen lose in last frame to Hill School • Derr, Stine down Day, Brodbeck in opening of softball league • Bears lose to Temple Owls • Coed racqueteers shut out by Bryn Mawr in first game • Newly elected president selects cabinet members

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 27.

E. Kermit Harbaugh, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 29, 1935



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