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Basketeers grab loop lead by thrashing Swarthmore, 49-38 • Color Day festivities here Thursday; Ursinus Women's Club prexy to speak • Bertel, Widholm set pace as grizzlies register fifth win • Music of Clyde Walton sets tempo for dance at Sunnybrook Friday • Ursinus to debate G-burg next week • Thespians to attempt "experimental theatre" • Dr. Miller forum speaker • Harberger, M. Bell selected for leads in spring operetta • Enrollment augmented by 43 students; 14 seniors complete college careers • Rev. H. C. Baer vesper speaker • Y to hold services during Lent • Goal of 700 subscriptions set by '48 yearbook staff • Brotherhood of St. Paul plans Religious Emphasis Week events • Grapplers gain 16-16 tie with Mules; Duncan, Pond, Turner, Collins get wins • Bertel leads cagers to 59-44 victory over outclassed Drexel five • Snell's belles whip East Stroudsburg in court opener • Matmen lose opener to Fords • Bears top Delaware 54-40; Jaffe leads scoring surge • Curtain Club announces promotion list • Frats begin week's period of rushing • Sophs hold dance in gym; schedule hop for March 19 • Curtain Club to give pantomime

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, basketball, Color Day, Women's Club, Debating Club, Eugene H. Miller, Curtain Club, Harold C. Baer, enrollment, Ruby, YMCA, YWCA, alumni, wrestling, fraternities


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 13.

Robert Juppe, editor-in-chief

The Ursinus Weekly, February 9, 1948



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