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1935

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The Ursinus Weekly, December 16, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh Dec 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, December 16, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Johnson elected conference head • Orchestra named for informal hop • Harner names religious values • Six entrants compete in band stunt night • Twenty-one matmen report for practice • Twelve players retained for varsity court squad • Hockeyites choose Fenton to captain 1936 varsity • Bonkoski commanders to play for Christmas party in gym • "Sun never sets on Ursinus alumni", according to study by reporter; college represented in ten countries outside boundaries of United States • Mrs. Omwake gives party • Annual Xmas banquet • Pre-med students hear Price lecture on medicine's advance • Men, women forensicists meet in joint discussion • I.R.C. is guest of Albright; C ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 1, 1935, Jesse Heiges Apr 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, April 1, 1935, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Junior prom plans near completion • "Hawk Island", three-act play, to be given by the junior class, Saturday night, April 6 • Doctor Omwake precariously ill • Cast for "Aren't we all?" selected by Dr. Sibbald • Board of directors hold winter meeting Thursday • I.N.A. convention to open April 12 • Coeds to hold elections for activities' officers • Interfraternity council buys scholastic plaque • Plans being completed for wrestling assoc. • Board of managers to elect new Weekly staff Thursday • Mrs. E. S. Griscom to talk on birds and bird life • '35 Ruby to go to press within next two weeks • T.K.A ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 25, 1935, Jesse Heiges Mar 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, March 25, 1935, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

New type dance to be held Sat. • Comedy, "Aren't we all?" selected for spring play • Alumni committee proposes changes • Mrs. Willauer to speak at advisory meeting • R. V. Patterson to deliver address Thursday at annual Founders' Day academic exercises • Women's election plans announced at mass meet • Ursinus delegates to attend Tau Kappa Alpha conference • D. Witmer to head discussion at regional youth conference • Quality, size of Lantern increased in March issue • Dr. Oppenheimer scheduled for pre-med meeting Wed. • Sophs plan to present only cream of frosh talent for annual Founders' Day song and dance revue • Registrar reports large ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 18, 1935, Jesse Heiges Mar 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, March 18, 1935, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Junior week-end plans completed • Lantern to appear for sale Tuesday • Calvert and Grenawalt elected co-captains of basketball; Bassman to captain wrestlers • W. R. Okeson to talk at "U" club banquet • Dance to be considered by activities council • Reorganization of alumni to be discussed Saturday • Negative munition arguers make last trip of season • Dr. Beideman to address James M. Anders society • Soph hop proves big success with 85 couples in attendance • Coeds form date bureau to provide college editors with partners for INA convention hop April 12 • English Club postponed • Sixty dollars to be given as prizes by Old Gold Co ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 11, 1935, Jesse Heiges Mar 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, March 11, 1935, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Don Rose to speak at INA meeting • Editor and business manager of Ruby select assistants for 1936 class annual production • Annual Color Day program to be given in Bomberger • Chasemen garner three victories • Bears down Lebanon Valley in last tilt • Negative munitions team debates three opponents • Conference on government to be held at Harrisburg • Local TKA chapter to send delegates to Juniata conclave • Junior play progressing under new coaching system • Western Maryland debates Ursinus coed team Saturday • Music featured at vespers • Christian organizations plan for active spring program • Cub basketeers drop game to Perkiomen Prep, 41-27 • F.E.R.A ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 4, 1935, Benjamin F. Paist, Jesse Heiges Mar 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, March 4, 1935, Benjamin F. Paist, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Rev. Ranck leads week of prayer • Curtain Club to select play for May production • Cast chosen for junior class play • Quintet loses two on week-end trip • Characters selected for May Day pageant • Mark Moyer to play for sophomore hop • Six Ursinus students at mid-winter "Y" conference • Banquet in Philadelphia attracts about 100 alumni; William C. Duncan, feature writer, addresses group • Johnson speaks at meeting of Bucks County coaches • Meeting of English Club held last Monday evening • Debaters defeat Lehigh, drop two to Muhlenberg • Feminine forensicists plan to argue munitions issue • Library receives books willed by Col. G. N. McCain • Four ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1935, Jesse Heiges Feb 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, February 25, 1935, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Rev. Clayton L. Ranck to open prayer week with talk on "balanced living", Tuesday • College director dies in Phila. • Grizzly courtmen lose two games • Dean Kline gives address at York alumni banquet • Johnson resigns position on Ruby business staff • Tryouts for junior play to be held this week • Ursinus students to attend mid-winter "Y" conference • Faculty club convenes at Dr. Bancroft's home • Prudence Dedrick chosen May queen • American guidance council convenes in Atlantic City • Piano students to give concert Wednesday night • Men debaters complete first of four road trips • English Club meets tonight • "Church unity" discussed at brotherhood meeting ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1935, Jesse Heiges Feb 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, February 18, 1935, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Juniors sign Phil Emerton for prom; "Hawk island", mystery play, to be staged • March 28 chosen for Founders' Day • Swarthmore bows to Ursinus coeds • Dedrick and Sipe tie for May queen • Columbia progress group studies education policy • College determines why students leave • Committee appointed to plan newspaper convention here • Castle Moro orchestra plays at annual Lorelei • Ursinus alumni groups to meet in near future • First 64 pages of Ruby to go to press, Thursday • Rev. Clayton H. Ranck engaged as speaker for week of prayer • Alpha Sigma Nu sorority conducts vesper service • Sororities extend bids as rushing season closes • Ursinus ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 11, 1935, Jesse Heiges Feb 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, February 11, 1935, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Coeds to be hosts to men at Lorelei • Glassmoyer voted 1936 Ruby editor • Basketeers drop overtime tilts • R. C. Johnson releases spring sport schedules • Sororities to extend bids Friday at noon • Frosh elect new president • Men's council amendments approved at faculty meet • Central nominating committee to choose May Day characters • Lincoln and Ursinus debaters to clash on medicine question • I.R.C. to hear discussion on current world topics • Music Club meet featured by Glee Club selections • Women debaters to argue Drexel coeds in dual meet • English Club meets tonight • Chemists to meet tonight • Bear grunt and groaners beat ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 4, 1935, Jesse Heiges Feb 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, February 4, 1935, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Fraternity rushing to close tonight • Juniors to hold election of 1936 yearbook editor • Schedule released for 1935 gridders • Scholarship announcement mailed to high schools • Lebanon Valley stops bears, 41-37 • Castle Moro orchestra secured for Lorelei • Pageant chosen for May Day celebration • "Pinafore" to be presented by combined glee clubs • Physical education group shown special movies • 1935 yearbook to sponsor questionnaire for seniors • All articles for Lantern must be ready by Feb. 15 • Freshmen girls to be in intramural debates • Ursinus to be represented at Upper Darby conclave • Phila. alumni to banquet • Norman R. Thomas to address Haverford peace conference • Student ...


The Ursinus Weekly, January 14, 1935, Jesse Heiges Jan 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, January 14, 1935, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Coming catalogue to contain course changes; additional studies in literature to be given • Rushing season to begin Jan. 30 • Grizzlies divide conference tilts • Valentine motif chosen for annual Lorelei • Sorority rushing season to get under way Feb. 5 • Penn debate winner to be announced on Sat. • Three religious creeds to have exponents here • Group of activity pictures for Ruby go to engravers • Jr. week-end committees announced by T. J. Beddow • Seniors to petition faculty to eliminate final exams • December F.E.R.A. payroll averages $13.92 per student • Carter attends historical meeting at Washington, D.C. • Recess to end ...