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AVC-PAC to produce UMT open forum; guests, Dr. Baker to offer both views • Rehearsals begin for production of Gilbert-Sullivan classic • Ray Eberle's band to perform for junior prom on April 16 • Students to attend model convention • Sophs name band for annual dance • Second discussion on U.M.T is chapel service feature • Chem society visits fibre plant, plans other trips this semester • Silent picture melodrama wins plaudits of enthusiastic Curtain Club audience • Debaters triumph in season's first match • IRC guest to talk on on influence of liberalism and third party • English Club hears book review • FTA hears talk by Dr. Sturgis • Red Cross program carded • Bakes elected to athletic council • Women plan card party • Well-stocked library offers student varied, diverting entertainment • Mr. Charles Miller gives up librarian post after serving college since 1938 • Dr. Miller writes article for international journal • Thirteen-game card arranged for grizzly baseballers this season • Bearettes outscore Chestnut Hill five in close tilt, 27-23 • Hoopsters wallop Crusader five, 52-45, as Jaffe, Forsyth pace bruin scorers • Twelve teams open battle in intramural basketball • Belles top Albright 38-37 on Calhoun's last minute tally • F&M turns back second half bruin rush to win, 60-59 • Suburban league pace set by Ursinus grads • Matmen rally to squash Drexel, 21-15; victories by Collins, Mitchell turn tide • Girls JV basketball club beats Chestnut Hill, Albright reserves • Marion Bosler only winner as mermaids lose to Penn

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, universal military training, Donald Baker, Curtain Club, Beardwood Chemical Society, Red Cross, Debating Club, English Club, Russell D. Sturgis, International Relations Club, Seth Bakes, Charles Miller, library, Eugene H. Miller, baseball, basketball, wrestling, swimming


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 15.

Robert Juppe, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 23, 1948



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