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Enrollment hits 1009 as 28 new students begin college life • Richardson Dilworth to speak tonight: former mayoralty nominee to expose corruption in Philadelphia government • Floy Lewis named queen • Frats begin rushing week • Lauterbach outlines proposed US policy in mid-week forum • Frosh girls slated to receive colors at annual program • Local NSA leaders choose Philadelphia for convention site • How could your college life be improved? • B-listers take lead by tripping imbeciles • Retreat held by Y; letters to Congress sent by commission • Student life of faculty members uncovered in old yearbooks • Popular couple wins laurels in print for countless services to student body • Ingber paces Cadets as bears yield 59-40 • Coeds score second win as Rosemont bows 34-23 • Beaver meet looms as local mermaids improve technique • Unbeaten record slashed as bruinettes lose 32-24 • Initial match fatal as Ford grapplers wallop bruins 23-11 • Bears drop fifth tilt as Drexel wins 75-61 • Jay Vees drop two; one point decides as PMC wins 45-44 • Pettit tops offense as junior varsity captures two wins • Three tilts listed for opening night of inter-dorm loop

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Richardson Dilworth, enrollment, fraternities, Floy Lewis, May Day, Richard Lauterbach, National Students Association, Color Day, alumni, YMCA, YWCA, Roger P. Staiger, Ruby, basketball, swimming, wrestling, intramural sports


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 13.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 14, 1949



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