Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Dancers at Lorelei to slide and glide with Wally Spotts • Vespers speaker calls attention to spiritual conflict • College work-study plan to enable students to work in defense plants • "Toyland Fantasy" by Betty Urich will be script for May Pageant • Pre-med society hears outline of specialists' work • Women to meet Swarthmore in debate Wednesday night • Attention, men! • Callahan, Curtis, and Heckman to lead panel discussion at IRC • Central Nominating Committee elects Joyce Tuers chairman • Activity schedules are curtailed due to accelerated program • Students present gift to Miss Moll as token of esteem and farewell • Heibel sets next Monday as deadline for "Lantern" articles • For prospective sisters! • Curtain Club to stage three one-act plays for Mothers' Day program • Members of Y retreat to Arcola in order to formulate program • Scum to cream is Horatio tale of frosh through rushing week • Commentator: Today, the war; Tomorrow - ? • Blood for the Red Cross • Superficiality exemplified • Society notes • Wrestlers face Mules Thursday • Bear clan surprises by holding Lions to 49-46 but hapless Dutchmen outfit baffles Bears Saturday, 39-36 • Outstanding addition: Arno Kuhn • Dutchmen frosh blast cubs, 40-22, Saturday • Freshman quintet drops game to Albright, 40-27 • Intramurals stressed in World War I; Classes shortened also • Snell's Jay-Vees win close game from Reading team

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 40, Number 14.

Denton Herber, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 9, 1942



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