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Curtain Club's winter production ready for opening performance Friday night • 600 attend senior ball despite rainy weather • Tenth annual presentation of Messiah to inaugurate Ursinus yuletide season • Joint group works in relief campaign • AVC dance scores hit; Ulmer players perform • Y to present Christmas musical at annual candlelight service • Teacher legislation topic of FTA's panel discussion • Le Cercle Francais holds annual Xmas party; plans '48 activities • Canterbury Club leads vespers • Business Administration group meets tonite • New Red Cross unit, AVC raising funds for Valley Forge veterans • Marriage is Newman Club topic • Reid new managing editor; six added to Weekly staff • Brotherhood plans Xmas service • German Club cards yule party • Martha Franklin congratulates princess, receives note from Buckingham Palace • France today • WSSF drive nets over $800 • Bruins open court slate tomorrow in Thompson-Gay gym • Ursinus Debating Club to send teams to eastern college tourney in Vermont • Girls' basketball starts; fifty at first practice • Soccer stars honored • Pre-meds hear radiologist
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Christmas, Messiah, Curtain Club, American Veterans Committee, Future Teachers of America, Canterbury Club, French Club, Newman Club, Red Cross, German Club, World Student Service Fund, Martha Franklin, basketball, Debating Club, M. Fraser Percival, soccer
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Juppe, Robert; Todd, Roy; Martin, John; Horner, Fay; and Yeakel, Nelson, "The Ursinus Weekly, December 8, 1947" (1947). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 629.
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