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Dorm champs to be decided tonight: Intramural contests scheduled for 6:30 in T-G gymnasium • Editorial: Wanted, a student government • Debate team to be host for Ben Franklin tourney • Junior class picks Lanin for annual spring prom • Is our student government satisfactory? • Music, languages, coeds please Brazilian student • Med students hear talk by radiologist • Coeds battle to 25-18 win over Chestnut Hill squad • Jay Vees succumb to Chestnut Hillers in final home tilt • Baseball team starts practice sessions • Intramural season to end tomorrow; several teams tied • Quartet of cagers to finish careers in Bryn Mawr tilt • Baseball, soccer star begins tennis duties • Swimmers drop pair in week; Ellis, Borkey, Pattison get points • Sophomores choose Woody Leigh combo for April 4 dance • Clarke, Mattson thrill operetta audience

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, intramural sports, student government, Howard Lanin, debating team, alumni, George Keefer, pre-medical society, Edgar Wiklund, baseball, basketball, Floy Lewis, Connie Warren, Edith Calhoun, Betty Jean Moyer, Charles Matlack, swimming, John Clarke, Nancy Mattson


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 18.

Ray Warner, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 21, 1949



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