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Summer curriculum almost completed; 136 are enrolled • Music of Ray Eberle to highlight Jr. prom • Religious Emphasis Week opens April 7; Yale professor to head speakers' list • 'Late George Apley' tryouts underway; chairmen named • May pageant script selected by judges • Faculty will consider plan for radio station • Irish air pervades gym for soph hop • Story of holy week described at vesper service last evening • Hospital director to talk on use of shock treatment • Ursinus delegates attend regional meeting of I.C.G. • Local principal addresses FTA on subject of school discipline • "Y" fireside chats conducted at professors' homes Wednesday • Chem Society tours paint plant • Bruin diamond squad prepares for April 10 Elizabethtown opener • Coeds complete season with eight wins by whipping Swarthmore sextet, 30-22 • Swimmers notch first, conquer Chestnut Hill • Day study maintains pace in girls' interdorm league • Racquetmen commence practice; Vance and McCausland return • Curtis, off-campus squads pace intramural leagues • Gridders to open drills September 8 • Chess team drops initial match to Haverford

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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 47, Number 18.

Robert Juppe, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 22, 1948



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