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Stars and starlets to present talents in vaudeville show • Coeds join sororities as rush week ends • Facts and figures of NSA presented for student study • Lantern adds five to augment staff for November issue • Fall sports dance to highlight varied week-end activities • WSSF drive begins week from today • Prof. to discuss UN at second forum • What did you think of the election results? • Cliff Naylor leaves after two years of kitchen service • College women given the air by indignant male rebuttals • Duck, lassies! Fur flies fast as "Upper-Crust" sounds off • Bowens, father and son, registered in Ursinus soph class • Grizzlies to tackle mighty PMC eleven in final home tilt • F&M routs Bears 34-6; Jane MacWilliams gains all-star honors • Belles cop team honors with three wins; Penn lands eight players on first team • Young's TD gives bruins early lead but Diplomats rebound in second half • Lincoln soccermen trounce bruins 5-1 with 2nd half rally • Strong team looms as 52 candidates report to Seeders • Rosicrucians admit five members at dessert held in Shreiner Hall
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, sororities, National Students Association, Curtain Club, Lantern, John Wallace, Harry S. Truman, Thomas E. Dewey, World Student Service Fund, Cliff Naylor, fraternities, Frederick A. Bowen, football, field hockey, Jane MacWilliams, Carl Drobek, soccer, basketball, Rosicrucians
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Warner, Ray; Duncan, Joanne; Todd, Roy; Saurman, George; Edwards, Frank; Hughes, Anne; Garris, Dorothy; Bare, Nancy; and Rholfs, Walter, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1948" (1948). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 601.
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