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Varsity letter list includes 43 athletes • Dewey takes campus elections in landslide as 738 students vote in preview balloting • Thespians select "Uncle Harry" cast • Y members discuss bases for beliefs • Reporter uncovers campus complaints • Ranung, Klein draw capacity audience • Co-operate, mate! The infirmary calls • Sororities throw parties for big rushing campaign • Historical authority meets recent geopolitics seminar • Music department announces date of 11th Messiah presentation • 9 popular films scheduled for 1948-49 movie roster • Three students visit Gratersford prison • Ursinus coeds laud and lament traits of college male • Looks give books familiar brush-off • Bruins face F & M for 45th contest • Seahawks hand grizzlies fourth loss by winning Staten Island tussle 23-6 • Booters drop close one to Swarthmore • Varsity belles take Bryn Mawr tilt; drop close 2-1 Swarthmore decision • JVs gain victory over Bryn Mawr • Jvs defeat Garnet to keep clean slate • Dr. Miller writes article on federal debt for book • Red Cross schedules public branch session here November 1
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Curtain Club, pre-legal society, Karen Ranung, John Klein, YMCA, YWCA, infirmary, Messiah, Boise Penrose, sororities, alumni, Gratersford Prison, football, soccer, field hockey, Ken Rinehart, Bill Turner, Eugene H. Miller
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Warner, Ray; Todd, Roy; Saurman, George E.; Gehman, Bob; and Rholfs, Walter, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 1, 1948" (1948). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 600.
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