Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Dr. Nelson to open Religion Week on Wednesday evening • Mr. Gyger outlines structure, work of State Legislature • Directors select casts for operetta and play productions; Final decision pending for leading role of Mr. Whiteside • Dennis, Pancoast named co-coaches of '47 baseball team • Students prepare to participate in model legislature • Debaters meet Bucknell, Rutgers in non-decisional home contest • Sophs to sponsor dating bureau for Bunny Hop, March 28 • Red Cross drive begins today; Sponsored by combined councils • Forum speaker is noted authority on Russian affairs • Charlene Taylor to review book written about Walter Damrosch • To speak on "How much does Christianity matter in your life?" • Upperclassmen receive sorority bids today • Dr. Dressler speaks on monster babies at pre-med meeting • Commentator: Greek relief needed to safeguard democracy • Statistics confirm peak enrollment in schools of learning • Society news • Jayvees score 21-18 victory over WACS • Records topple as Grizzlies hang up 80-52 win: PMC is victim of punishing bruin scoring assault • Fords fall before 71-36 Bear blast in league contest • Ursinus rings up seventh triumph; Downs Beaver six • Ursinus swamps Penn tank team; Takes four firsts • Junior varsity downs Beaver combine, 26-12 • Sextet takes toll of Swarthmore in slow 29-14 contest • Clamer-Derr lead tourney as interdorm basketball continues • Alumnae girls cop league title with win over Temple • Third string topples Beaver in 27-16 game • Varsity sextet takes 42-23 Rosemont win • Swarthmore wins 19-17 over Jayvee

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 46, Number 15.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 10, 1947



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