Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Forty-seven seniors practice teaching in neighboring junior, senior highs • Cheer bruins to second win at pep rally and dance Friday • U.S. Navy to launch second college plan • Students pick two men for council vacancies • Newcomers greeted at annual Y. rally • Sophs devising new stunts for frosh; Noonday comedy at Freeland to go on • Editors reveal Ruby staff to class at first meeting • FTA will meet October 29; to induct new members • Pre-meds hear scientist • Library music room again open • Veteran enrollment soars to 424 • Leaders arrange calendar; movie scheduled for Friday • The new Russian empire • Fiction for this week: The great city; portrait of one man's thwarted hopes • Alarm clocks obsolete as bell ringing returns • Ursinus contingent visits Aberdeen; demonstration thoroughly impressive • Bears tackle 'Fords on Patterson Field in twenty-fifth battle of long series • Soccer team to open '47 campaign against Lafayette contingent • AVC begins campus activity; Warden calls for members • Bruins pummel Drexel Tech, 6-0, in football opener: Don Young tallies winning touchdown; fourth period plunge gives bears win • Meet Edna Daniels and Hilda Anderson, versatile co-captains of hockey squad • Mrs. Dando new instructress; to coach bearette swim squad • Ursinus lettermen plan Varsity Club activities • French Club active again; Parsons to sponsor group • College Glee Club meets; Marian Bell new president • Debaters get under way tonight

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 2.

Robert Juppe, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 6, 1947



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