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Thespians to stage New York success • Sophs plan dances, class doggie roast • Gen. Arnold makes demand for greater accent on sciences in college curricula • AVC appoints leaders; starts campus clean-up • "Ye good olde days" in prospect again as school spirit re-appears on campus • Legal society fetes new members; Vice-president Helfferich speaks • May queen to be selected early this semester, Nov. 6 • Gym construction near end; plans for interior finished • Beardwood chemical group elects Pfeiffer president • Reporters added to staff; Lois Cain new sports assistant • Y commission slate opens with discussions, address • New Spanish Club elects officers • Dorms vote to fill WSGA berths • Pre-meds to hear psychiatrist • Aid for Europe? • Grizzlies to play host to victory-hungry PMC • Soccer team bows to Rutgers '11', 6-2 • Three teams tied for first in campus football league • Swarthmore interception sets up tally; first frame score gives Garnet 7-0 win • JV hockey team tops Moravian • JV booters thump Hill School • Snell's belles win third straight, 6-1 • Dr. Child addresses English Club • German Club organizes for 1947 • French Club plans activities • New FTA members to be inducted

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Curtain Club, American Veterans Committee, Henry H. Arnold, Founders Day, Beardwood Chemical Society, student government, gymnasium, Spanish Club, alumni, football, soccer, Seth Bakes, field hockey, German Club, English Club, French Club, Future Teachers of America


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 5.

Robert Juppe, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 27, 1947



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