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Sophs apparently foiled as freshmen prexy, Lee Trimble, is safely hidden • WAA introduces '52 to Ursinus sports • Dale White elected editor of Lantern as Wentzel resigns • Football, fun, light fantastic promise successful old timers' day celebration • Forum to feature election discussion • Grads get degrees on Founders' Day • Five men appointed to act with faculty committees • Dressner, Buchanan picked as council representatives • German club plans dinner; to make Philadelphia trip • Thespians greet applicants at first meeting of year • Former student to return in concert with soprano • Frosh show ends customs for men • NSA head requests college democracy • A happy thought for hapless frosh • Freshman reviews first two weeks • Frosh live again after customs end • Soph ruler reveals innermost thoughts • Junior looks back on freshman year • Frosh views hist.1 with heavy heart • Modern miss visits ancient Latin lands • Subs work all year but get no credit • Dickinson romps to 24-0 victory over bear; Gerry Miller features with 85 yard runback • Bears seek victory on old timers' day • Coeds triumph 5-2 in season's opener • Mules trip bruins in soccer opener • Church colleges hit by Lafayette prexy • Footlighters start ambitious season • Staiger writes article for organic chemistry journal • Pre-meds plan activities; members need high grades

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, freshmen customs, Women's Athletic Association, Dale White, Lantern, Founders Day, football, German club, student government, Curtain Club, Alvin Buchanan, Robert Dressner, John Klein, alumni, Elizabeth Gross, Eddie Miller, field hockey, soccer, Roger P. Staiger, pre-medical society


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 3.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 18, 1948



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