Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Bruins rally in closing minutes to upset Haverford, 52-47 • Work on '48 Ruby nearly completed; Request snapshots • Guest speaker claims U.S. change of policy needed to set peace • Bulletin columnist will address gridders at banquet tomorrow • Spanish Club hears Dr. R. Juarez discourse on present-day Cuba • Frats schedule annual rushing period; Joint council also plans Valentine hop • Sophs plan dance to open new term • Contest for May Pageant scripts announced at meeting of senate • "Y" holds annual retreat; Idler quits cabinet post • West Chester prof gives illustrated talk to FTA • Winter examination schedule • Dr. Miller, Dean Pancoast attend political science convention • Phys-Ed. group names officers • Alumni-society notes • In retrospect • Debate Club organizes for contest with Gettysburg • Red Cross drive nets $41 • Speedy PMC five trips Grizzlies, 60-48; Jayvees rack up 62-60 win in prelim • Court officials' exam given • Bearettes face Albright in opening court game • Pharmacy quintet rallies to shade Grizzlies, 48-46 • Grapplers open Wednesday • "Long lads" get short end of basketball tussle

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 12.

Robert Juppe, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 12, 1948



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