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Ursinus represented at N.S.A. conference • "Clash Dance" to feature coming weekend events • New openings made by CCC for jobs in U.S. government • Placement service, reprimands, on list of council's duties • President's speech, Secretary Marshall top news of week • Beardwood's events increase with age • Sensation scored by seniors with "Club 49" • Student uncovers recipe for national economic prosperity • Dr. Helen Garrett aids Navy plans at U. of Columbia • What has been your most valuable course? • Open discussion of race equality scheduled by Y • Faculty members attain local honors; Dr. McClure given citizenship award • U.S Medical Corps formed for women • Creager starts chaplain's duties • WSGA holding annual contest to choose May pageant script • Flowers and weeds top Kromka's work • Regional assembly marks anniversary of NSA's 2nd year • Conference delegates reach no conclusion • Future graduates given final notices • French lawyer to speak here tonight • Court lassies open season with Albright on Saturday • Natators commence practice with host of new candidates • Bears break even in league contests • Garnet ties Cadets for division honors • PMC edges Jay-Vees in 35-34 thriller; Cubs bow to Fords in overtime, 47-46 • Jaffe and Reice spark Seeders' five in 47-45 triumph over Main Liners • Cadets open league with 72-50 victory in mid-week game

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, National Students Association, student government, Civil Service, Beardwood Chemical Society, alumni, Helen Garrett, diversity, racism, Alfred Creager, May Day pageant, Norman E. McClure, J. Harold Brownback, Eugene H. Miller, Jim Kromka, French Club, basketball, swimming


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 11.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 10, 1949



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