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The Ursinus Weekly, December 9, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh, Calvin D. Yost Dec 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, December 9, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh, Calvin D. Yost

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"A Bill of Divorcement" staged as climax of senior week-end • Costello is chosen by lettermen to lead 1936 football eleven • Conference drops frosh spring sports ruling • Dr. Yost, Jr. reviews first Lantern issue • Dr. Harner to speak at third open forum • Large squad reports for basketball drills • Famous Japanese Christian to speak in Philadelphia • Clawson and Johnson to attend collegiate athletic confabs • Fenstermacher, Wynkoop are fall sport captains • Derr, Brodbeck stymied in interdorm playoff


The Ursinus Weekly, November 25, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh Nov 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, November 25, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus retained on approved list • Miss Dorothy Phillips gives poetry program • Bears to end season with PMC tussle • Men debaters defeat Penn Evening School • Woman's Club reports $250 gift for Clamer • Ruby dedicated to Dr. Barnard • Dean Kline describes 40 years' change in students' collegiate life at Ursinus • Collegeville debate coach addresses girls tonight • Band campaign committee publishes names of all contributors to fund; initial drive on campus for new uniforms, music, instruments is extended • Meeting of English Club devoted to book reviews • Deputation team is active • Wynkoop, Keyser, Lipkin, speak at IRC tomorrow • YM-YWCA hold service to celebrate ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 18, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh Nov 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, November 18, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. R. C. Brooks speaks at forum • Band starts drive for new uniforms • Ursinus students present at INA • Lantern first issue to appear Nov. 25 • Five seniors chosen to second Who's Who • Seniors decide to use Christmas as ball theme • Soph ring committee sends order for first shipment • Plans nearing completion for senior dance and play • Annual Varsity Club dance to feature music by Parodians • Program of poetry to be presented by dramatist • Phi Alpha Psi holds annual gathering at camp Arcola • Furnishing of Clamer social rooms progressing rapidly • Prizes given on stunt night to help band uniform drive ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 11, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh Nov 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, November 11, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Brooks to discuss drift to fascism • Classical drama to be presented • Cast selected for "A Bill of Divorcement"; Nancy Pugh, Elmer Schmidt to play leads • Students to appear in second Who's Who • Varsity Club dance band selected today • Dr. John Price to speak at Anders pre-med meet • Sales begun for first issue of new Lantern • Athletic council passes letter standardization • Forensicists to encounter Penn in pre-season debate • Mrs. Coggeshall to lead discussion at "Y" meet • Social work offers career of interest, service; special training needed for post in wide field • Photographer is busy with resittings today • Inter-frat dance band ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 28, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh Oct 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, October 28, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

5-year teacher course is urged • Inter-frat.-sorority dance date selected • Sponge research made by Dr. Marcus Old • Seniors choose ball orchestra • "Hay Fever" pleases Fathers' Day crowd • Gov. Earle to address INA, Nov. 15-16 • Yearbook budget for 1936 to be approved by class • Freshman girls to entertain upper classes at party Tuesday • 290 banquet on Fathers' Day • Ursinus councilmen to be luncheon guests at Drexel • Halloween party canceled by joint organizations • Clubs present novel program features • New career monographs placed in library; U.S. civil service requirements announced • Modern language group holds first social meet, Wednesday • History-social science group elects ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 7, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh Oct 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, October 7, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

"Hay Fever" to be staged October 26 • Bruce Bell chosen for council dance • Ursinus bears drop second game to Bucknell Bisons at Lewisburg stadium, Friday night • Grizzlies open home season with LaSalle • Four Ursinus delegates attend debate confab • Camp Fire head to speak to co-eds in Bomberger • Grizzly gridder on sale to students Friday night • Pitt to be host to INA; Nov. 15, 16 convention date • Subscription drive is begun for Ruby with reduced price • Dr. Price reads paper at state medical meet • Stan Omwake issues call for frosh hill-and-dalers • Dr. Lentz gives vesper talk; October speakers released • YW-YMCA groups ...


The Ursinus Weekly, September 30, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh Sep 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, September 30, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Senior week-end set Dec. 6-7 • Beta Sigma Lambda is first winner of inter-frat scholastic plaque • Villanova trims fighting grizzlies • McAvoy men prepare for Bisons, Friday • Sheeder shows results of seven-year survey • W.S.G.A. to sponsor leadership training • Varsity Club recommends standard athletic awards • Frosh squad becomes smaller as daily practices continue • Rev. Alfred Sayres to address joint YM-YW meet, Wed. • Scavenger hunt planned for WAA meet tonight • Schmitt new debate manager; conference delegate elected • Dr. Price to deliver talk • Notice, NYA supervisors • Plans for grizzly gridder announced by Glassmoyer • Freas named by council representative to AA • Grizzlies gird ...


The Ursinus Weekly, September 23, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh Sep 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, September 23, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Grizzlies triumph in practice game • Dean Kline opens 66th college year • Frosh football squad begins drills today • Addresses of alumni sought for register • Faculty members enjoy vacations • New hall to be dedicated at informal tea Tuesday • Freshman week climaxed by Wednesday's reception • Freshmen entertain sophs and upper classmen with inspection and parade • Frosh visit Fels planetarium, see interesting demonstration • Band begins rehearsals for home and away games • Meeting of '38, '39 chem-bi students set for tonight • Six veteran booters report for initial soccer drills • Hockeyites begin practice for season this afternoon • College department of Sunday school organizes one group ...


The Ursinus Weekly, September 16, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh Sep 1935

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

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Six new members added to faculty • Ursinus enrolls large class, 157 • Squad of thirty-eight candidates begin training for opening game, September 28 • President reported better on year's leave of absence • John Brown is named Ruby business manager • Reception to close program for frosh • Dean W. A. Kline to open sixty-sixth college year • Thirteen '35 students secure teaching jobs • "Y" handbook presented to incoming frosh class • Ursinus scene of four religious conferences • Frosh pre-matriculation program • N.Y.A. to replace F.E.R.A. in student project works • Clamer Hall being prepared for occupation by co-eds


The Ursinus Weekly, May 13, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh May 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, May 13, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 6, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh May 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, May 6, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 29, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh Apr 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, April 29, 1935, E. Kermit Harbaugh

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

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 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 8, 1935, Jesse Heiges Apr 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, April 8, 1935, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Over 100 to attend INA conclave • Kermit Harbaugh to head Weekly • Promenade, play pleases patrons • All-Ursinus conference planned for April 27 • Elizabeth Evans elected president of W.S.G.A. • Lantern staff to offer prize for best story • I.N.A. dance, Friday eve., restricted to delegates • Women's basketball team to banquet on Wednesday • W.A.A. to meet tonight • Dr. Omwake remains ill • Varsity Club postpones banquet until May 2 • Men's council draws up model class constitution • Netmen to open court season two days after Easter recess • French students hear Joseph Parlamountain • Track practice starts; Drexel is ...


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 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, January 7, 1935, George Leslie Omwake, Jesse Heiges Jan 1935

The Ursinus Weekly, January 7, 1935, George Leslie Omwake, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

George Nox McCain, noted traveler-author, bequeaths most of his library to Ursinus • Penn to be met in radio debate • First game lost to St. Joe's, 41-33 • Fred Wrigley's band again plays at dance • Rev. Franklin Bahner, oldest alumnus, dies • Keyser, Wright, Weidner, Heiges to speak at IRC • Prof. Tyson supervises educational survey here • Manager announces schedule for women's basketball team • Ursinus professors attend language association meeting • Prof. Tyson addresses group of college teachers at PSEA • Information given to benefit teachers of Ursinus alumni • Cabaret performance and dance featured at annual Xmas party • Mrs. John Lentz to speak ...