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Glee Club concert to feature diverse program of choral, instrumental music • Bob Shebley's band scheduled to perform for senior prom • Dr. Miller addresses Ursinus IRC on topic of Argentine fascism • Aspects of communism presented at Y forum by U. of P. professor • Attendants chosen for May Day court • Curtain Club's play cast is completed • Handel's Messiah to be presented here with chorus of 118 and three soloists • Veterans discuss PCA riot; plan for dance December 3 • Alumni join in pep rally to launch Old Timers' Day • Delta Tau to make theater trip • Educational film to be presented Wednesday • Local IRC officers attend Middle Atlantic assembly • Fireside chats to be held at faculty members' homes • Invitations issued to universities for collegiate bridge tourney • German Club to hear Dr. Rice • 1948 May queen • Loss of all-American Simons to deal severe blow to 1948 soccer squad • Cage mentor Seeders foresees rosy season • Lehigh victor, 2-1, over bruin booters • Brewers bottle up Curtis attack in play-off to win league title • Hockey team sinks Bryn Mawr varsity; Moyer, Harting star • F & M tops bears, 27-0, scoring four touchdowns • Hockey varsity faces loss of six veterans • Soccer team racks up initial triumph; alumni whitewashed, 6-0, in annual tilt • Harriers overwhelmed in debut; Shaw paces informal bear squad • Penn defeats hockey third team • School maintenance forces will move to new building • Beardwood society to hear baking industry discussed

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Michail Dorizas, Glee Club, Eugene H. Miller, May Day, Messiah, Curtain Club, American Veterans Committee, Alpha Psi Omega, alumni, International Relations Club, Mary Carter, Future Teachers of America, Allan Lake Rice, Archie Simons, soccer, basketball, field hockey, football, cross country, Beardwood Chemical Society, facilities


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 8.

Robert Juppe, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 17, 1947



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