Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Ursinus to be inspected as possible site for second Navy unit; Pre-med students to train here according to present plans • Jean Haight leads with small margin in Bond Queen vote • Krusen will decorate gym patriotically for junior spring formal • Men will consider altered constitution • Government plans to ask co-eds to become summer farmerettes • College's chief cook married in Philadelphia ceremony • Freeman stresses faith and prayer • Service committee visits state hospital • Former Chinese professor to speak Wednesday • IRC elects Daniels to office • Debaters defeat Villanova • Amateur meteorologist predicts rain or snow for junior prom • Call made for coronations • Horticulturist to speak to pre-medders Thursday • Curtain Club announces junior play committees • African battle • Get into the war • God bless America • Among our alumni • Society notes • Off the campus • In the service • History shows Reformed Church split responsible for founding of Ursinus • Temple dean warns only 22 percent get enough tooth care • Seven from Ursinus attend annual Pocono Y conclave • English Club adds four • Library notes • Army agrees with Ursinus men; Even "KP" team has attractions • All-stars to wind up season against two service teams • Girls play Drexel, unbeaten Temple away this week • Schellhase wins 136-lb. championship and trophy for outstanding wrestler as Ursinus places 4th at Middle Atlantics • Jayvees seek 4th, 5th wins against Drexel and Temple • Highland beats Clamer 20-5 • Bears lose to Swarthmore and Temple then top Haverford in debut at home • Small colleges may be used for wounded service men • Duck sunk at chem meeting: Ultra violet rays demonstrated by visiting chemist

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Navy V-12 unit, war bonds, Joseph Taphorn, student government, David Krusen, Freeland Seminary, Betty Freeman, May Day, debate team, basketball, wrestling, Richard Schellhase, Gerald Timmons, Jack L. Benwock, Brank Fulton


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 41, Number 18.

J. William Ditter Jr., editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 8, 1943



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