Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Trumbore twirls bears to victory • Record audience sees Zwing play • Faculty names Jesse Heiges and Helene Myers valedictorian and salutatorian of senior class • May pageant features Mother's Day program • Prof. Sheeder reviews current class annual • Beddow re-elected to head senior class for next year • Sheeder, Barnard attend alumni meet in New York • Women's club of Ursinus holds tea for mothers • Will LaMon's college club orchestra plays for May hop • Dr. Pearson addresses Anders pre-med society Wednesday • Dr. Omwake shows progress • Council on activities to reorganize Thursday • Candidates are nominated for men's student council • Dora Evans heads women's debate club in new year • I.R.C. meeting to take form of peace conference • Men's Glee Club sings on tour through center coal district • Rev. George Smith speaks at banquet of Brotherhood • Singing and games feature at joint YM-YW roast • Men's debating club elects officers for coming year • Hall Chemical Society revises constitution and elects officers • Frats complete elections of officers for next year • Music Club presents varied program at final meeting • Troupiere Sipe is elected laurel blossom princess • American League baseball pictures seen by ball team • Dr. Mearns gives lecture, shows film in auditorium • Dr. Whelan to be speaker at Anders pre-med meet • Valley batters come from behind to beat grizzlies • Grimm, Gaumer garner places as Rutgers takes Lehigh meet • Derr wins first half title of inter-dorm ball league • Grizzlies have four league tussles still on schedule • Girls' tennis team drops contest to Mt. St. Joe's

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 29.

E. Kermit Harbaugh, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 13, 1935



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