Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Zwing play ready for presentation • High, preparatory school seniors to be guests at Ursinus for open house days, May 11 and 18 • Drexel Dragons down grizzlies • Dr. Pearson to speak at pre-med. meeting • Candidates for student council to be nominated • Annual pageant to trace contributions of women • Trumbore chosen to head lettermen in coming year • Ruby to appear on campus not later than Thursday • Alumni of three districts to hold meetings May 7, 17 • Will LaMon's boys to furnish rhythm for dance on Friday • Joint YW-YM to sponsor doggie roast Wednesday • Dr. Omwake suffers relapse • Woman's Club to sponsor tea for students' mothers • Old, new Weekly staffs hold banquet Monday evening • Phi Alpha Psi sorority holds spring meet at camp Arcola • Women debaters to elect officers at meet tonight • Department of education shows film on dynamic learning, Wed. • W.S.G.A. installs members at ceremony last Monday • John Brown chosen head of IRC for next year • Five students register for theological seminary • Five committees make plans for May pageant • E. Kirkpatrick elected to head Tau Sigma Gamma • Ben Ogden gives lecture on good track technique • D. Witmer and T. Boysen elected handbook editor and manager • March FERA payroll nets income of $794.70 • Sophomores place first in interclass track meet • Grizzly netmen are victors over School of Osteopathy • Little grizzlies defeated by Wildcat freshmen, 10-5 • Track and field records of past seasons are compiled • Curtis and Derr tie for first place in inter-dorm league • Women's tennis team blanked by Swarthmore coeds, Monday • Dr. Stahr to be inaugurated president of Hood College • F. I. Sheeder, S. Omwake attend conference and inauguration • Juniors nominate officers

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, William Pearson, debate team, International Relations Club, student government, YMCA, YWCA, May Day Pageant, tennis, track team, George Leslie Omwake, Franklin I. Sheeder, Henry Irwin Stahr


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 28.

E. Kermit Harbaugh, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 6, 1935



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