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Former FFI leader describes political picture in France • District attorney criticizes America's present-day inefficient penal system • Thespians present assorted program in mid-week show • Large group hears Glee Club concert • Quartet sings on WIBG as bookings increase • "Y" fireside groups discuss civil liberties • Chem group learns about fats, baking • FTA meeting features film on teacher-training topic • Vets plan dance on December 3 • Contributions exceed $625 as campus WSSF drive ends • Debating team to journey to University of Vermont • Franklin Institute gives Ursinus new telescope • Dr. Rice shows slides to club • Colorful trips theme of talk • Trinity Church bazaar, movies • Drama critic uninspired by group one act play • Reactions to President's inflation speech • Cub & Key elects Adams, Barry; plan activities at annual meeting • Bruin booters lose finale to F&M, 2-0 • Girls' varsity hockey squad registers sixth win, trouncing Swarthmore, 5-0 • Ten game schedule planned for bearette court squad • Wrestlers urged to attend vital meeting tomorrow • Final cut made in court squad; twenty-five men make up club • Ursinus mermaids to meet Penn in opening match of '48 season • JV stick-wielders remain unbeaten; top Swarthmore, 1-0 • Bearettes complete hockey season by taking Temple, 2-1 • JV hockey team wins again • Statistics underline offensive weakness of bruin grid machine

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Frederick B. Smillie, M. F. Percival, Glee Club, Curtain Club, Glenwood Quartet, YMCA, YWCA, Philippe Emanuel, World Student Service Fund, Beardwood Chemical Society, debating team, Future Teachers of America, Franklin Institute, American Veterans Committee, English Club, German Club, Cub & Key Society, alumni, soccer, wrestling, field hockey, football, basketball, swimming


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 9.

Robert Juppe, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 24, 1947



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