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Dr. Miller discusses pan-American unity at forum conclave • Campus frats accept 51 new members; Apes, Sigma Rho secure largest quotas • 81 students grace this term's 'B list' • Frosh women receive colors at ceremonies marking annual fete • Gettysburg to face debaters tomorrow • Walton tempos please 500 at Valentine hop • Leaders organize student committee • Dr. Chandler guest at pre-legal dinner; foresees promising future for lawyers • Pre-meds hear cardiology discussed by college prof • Pointers on brokerage business given to Bus-Ad group members • Kitchen employee suffers attack • May pageants due March 2; winner receives $15 prize • Sororities plan rushing • FTA to hear professor Sturgis • Comedy skits to be given tomorrow evening at gym • Y holds Ash Wednesday service • News item becomes satire when written a la Time magazine • Ursinus grad's new poetry anthology reviewed by literary magazine editor • Immaculata sextet racks up 36-22 win over bearette six • PMC cadets overcome halftime deficit to inflict 62-56 defeat on grizzlies • Jaffe, Widholm top scorers in first eight hoop tilts • Turner, Mitchell win as bruin wrestlers bow to Swarthmore • Puzzling points of wrestling explained • Cindermen open drills; impressive group of veterans bolsters club • Delaware hammers bruin quintet, 45-40, to tie for second place in loop race • Inter-dorm court loop awaits starting signal • Mermaids, Norristown High in swim meet deadlock • Bearette JVs upset Immaculata • Badminton team tops Drexel • Harsch, Ewen, Dean chosen to be 'model UN' delegates • World day for prayer observed

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Eugene Miller, Color Day, fraternities, Business Administration Club, Debating Club, William Engle, May Day pageant, sororities, Charles Lyon Chandler, William G. Leaman, Russell D. Sturgis, alumni, Benjamin Paist, basketball, swimming, track team, wrestling, badminton, model United Nations


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 14.

Robert Juppe, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 16, 1948



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