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Juniors elect "Ruby" editors, managers • Judge to consider judicial processes with pre-law group • Shumaker-Saurman Maser-Webb team for 1950 production • Coeds welcome twenty-seven into various sorority circles • ICG to indoctrinate Pa. college students in state legislature • Versatile speaker discusses integration of classical arts • "Sweethearts" to highlights week-end events • Curtain Club unit presents play to Collegeville community club • Penn faculty re-elects Chandler to board of university museum • Pre-medical meeting to include famed radiologist, cancer film • What do you think of our social activities? • Ursinus finally discovers coefficient of expansion • Ursinus speedsters turn out in force for track sessions • Jaffe, star center, makes conference all-star team • Seeders loses seven Cagers • Wrestling team elects Turner as captain for 1950 campaign • Intramural contests slated for Monday • Belles trounce Penn for seventh victory • Jaffe tops hoop scorers • Matlack named tennis coach; candidates to hold first meeting • Ellis places in two events as swimmers finish fifth • Variety of ballads captivates audience at 'Lantern' benefit

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Harold G. Knight, pre-legal society, Ruby, Barbara Shumaker, George Saurman, Al Maser, Jack Webb, sororities, Curtain Club, pre-medical society, George Pfahler Keefer, Arnold D. Graeffe, Charles Lyon Chandler, alumni, track team, Jerry Seeders, basketball, Bill Turner, wrestling, Charles Matlack, tennis, swimming, Pat Ellis, Bob Jaffe, Lantern, Howard Lee


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 17.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 14, 1949



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