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Ruby staff sought; Junior class hopes to better yearbook • Sophs choose Woody Leigh for hop • IRC group travels to Norristown High, hears commentator • Pancoast to speak to PAC commission on Congress topic • Hoopsters, Maulers to finish seasons; coeds to continue • Curtain Club groups present entertaining bevy of events • Parking offenders to pay fines • Pancoasts head Red Cross drive • Juniors to hold television show featuring music, food, variety • Do you favor the North Atlantic Pact? • Radio station sees hope for wider use of talent • Belles lose second as Chestnut Hillers take 35-22 victory • Both sexes reach stride in campus court strife • Jaffe gets award from Philly scribes • Haverford to meet bruins in opener of baseball season • Bruin matmen take two as Drexel and CCNY fall • Coeds trip Temple; last period surge sets total at 43-39 • Grizzlies fail to win in three court battles • Cadets retain lead in MA court race • "Messiah" group heard on WNAR

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Emilie Long, Woody Leigh, Ruby, G. Sieber Pancoast, International Relations Club, Curtain Club, alumni, WURS radio station, swimming, basketball, wrestling, baseball, Messiah


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 15.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 28, 1949



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