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Clyde Walton's band to be featured at Varsity Club dance • Subscription drive initiates Ruby week; Yearbook staff cards informal hop • Hohlfeld discusses trip to South America • PMC whips bears in drab tilt, 20-0 • Noted traveler-author to present lectures • Sophomores score hit with eventful weekend • Senate drafts new late pass system • Freshmen set example in "more spirit" week • Penn professor to deliver address at forum session • YM-YWCA holds discussion on inevitability of war • May queen will be chosen at election this Thursday • Nominating committee selected • IRC arranges future programs • Delta Tau plans year's program; to have dinner, theater party • New senate member chosen • Is the U.N. passe? • Quaker squad ends bearettes' victory skein with 3-1 win • Bailey announces fifteen game slate; Hoopsters open with Elizabethtown • Grizzlies square off with Juniata Saturday • Swarthmore trips bruin booters, 3-0 • Campus football near end; Brodbeck, Curtis in lead • Three co-eds make all-hockey squad • Pre-meds to hear address by prominent psychiatrist • Canterbury Club elects officers
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Maurice Hohlfeld, Ruby, Varsity Club, football, student government, Boies Penrose, May Day, YMCA, YWCA, Alpha Psi Omega, International Relations Club, Constance Warren, alumni, field hockey, soccer, basketball, Canterbury Club, Frederick H. Kramer
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Juppe, Robert; Todd, Roy; Martin, John; and Reid, Richard, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 3, 1947" (1947). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 625.
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