Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Instructors granted university degrees • Seniors to present mock May pageant as part of class day exercises, June 7 • Wildcats defeat grizzly nine, 4-3 • "Athalie" to be sung by college chorus • Enrollment surpasses 1934 as registrations continue • Grizzly trackmen nominate John Grimm 1936 captain • Group meetings scheduled for commencement week • Glenwood Association to meet • B. Evans names committees to serve for women's council • Lantern short story prize awarded to R. Yahraes • Politics students score low grades in recent current affairs examination; reveal differing attitudes and opinions concerning contemporary questions • Freshman officers elected • Yearlings lose final contest to Perkiomen Prepmen, 16-3 • Old Fort glee club gives concert in Ursinus gym • Four summer conferences planned for coming season • Three organizations elect officers for coming year • Banquet follows installation of women's debate officers • Roach installed WAA head • Illustrated wildlife lecture delivered by Mrs. E. S. Griscom • Mowrey gives PMC four safeties as grizzlies win • Grizzly trackmen defeated by F. and M. in final meet • Netmen beat PMC, St. Joe's to complete successful season • Women racqueteers win final match from Drexel team, 3-2

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 33, Number 31.

E. Kermit Harbaugh, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, May 27, 1935



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