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Ranung and Klein to offer musicale; program to feature folk songs, arias • Fowler, two profs give party views in opening forum • Campus election slated for Wednesday; enthusiasm runs high among students • 'Y' committees plan numerous activities • Sororities to begin sophomore rushing • Week-end cheerful despite grid loss • Luncheons attended by many ex-coeds • Curtain Club plans show for November presentation • Officers of IRC to attend conference at Penn State • Frosh bear fund reaches $28 in drive to buy new costume • Frosh hold annual banquet with Gene Glick as guest • Chem society begins year; executive committee voted • Ruby will conduct raffle in new subscription drive • Bachelors number 338 as total vets enrollment reaches 423 • Freshman relates experiences abroad • How to make your room inhabitable • Introducing Steve Arvanitis • Gridders to tackle Staten Island team • JVs held scoreless in Hill soccer tilt • Sam Gary tosses four touchdown aerials as Swarthmore wins old timers' battle 24-7 • Seeders calls team for hoop practice • Co-ed JVs extend undefeated record • Lafayette tramples varsity booters 9-0 • Soccer squad clips alumni booters 4-0 • Varsity tripped 2-0 by hockey alumnae • Hayseed fans shine at junior shindig • WSGA names three women to nominating committee • Cub & Key holds first meeting; dinner in Philadelphia planned

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Karen Ranung, John Klein, YMCA, YWCA, C.W. Fowler, student government, sororities, Beardwood Chemical Society, Curtain Club, G.I. Bill, International Relations Club, Ruby, Janet Reinbrecht, alumni, Steve Arvanitis, football, soccer, basketball, Don Stauffer, field hockey, Cub and Key


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 4.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 25, 1948



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