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Bruins place second in mat tourney • Cheating committee sets up new rules to stop offenders • Bullets take first; Helfferich and Cox gain Ursinus wins • "Lantern" lists Howard S. Lee for program of varied ballads • Hallelujah!!! "Gaff" gets highest rating in poll of readers • Arnold D. Graeffe to address forum audience on Thursday • Business group nears disaster; meeting called • Juniors to pick "Ruby" officers on Wednesday • Sophs planning week-end with hop as feature event • Sororities extending bids as week of rushing begins • Should Ursinus subsidize its athletes? • Hardworking publicity staff keeps Ursinus in limelight • Doggie roast, talk on China highlight week's Y activities • Benefactors donate volumes and money to growing library • Ursinus grapplers pin PMC opponents to loss sheet 35-3 • Matmen, hoopsters force intramurals to sidelines • Cindermen to face 'Fords on April 23 in season's opener • Drexel swamps local mermaids, 42-15; Jay Vee team matches opponents, 27-27 • Bearettes nose out Garnet team 36-33, trim Beaver 26-20 • Court season closes with pair of defeats • Cox, Helfferich outstanding in MA tourney • Garnet, PMC to vie for league honors in Friday play-off • Powell, Pleet, Peterson receive honors on '48 MA soccer team • MSGA topics cover cheating, placement at Tuesday session • Orchestra and television highlight junior class affair • Curtain Club selects spring play

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Jim Cox, Bill Helfferich, wrestling, Howard S. Lee, Lantern, Ruby, student government, Arnold Didier Graeffe, Business Administration Club, sororities, alumni, Publicity Bureau, YMCA, YWCA, Charles L. Chandler, library, intramural sports, track team, swimming, basketball, soccer, Larry Pleet, John Powell, John Peterson, television station, Curtain Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 16.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief

The Ursinus Weekly, March 7, 1949



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