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Foreign policy association to conduct student forum on economic situation • Rushing week begins as sororities entertain at informal desserts • Susan Bellis, Walter Chambers to play leads in coming dramatic production • Mr. Hohlfeld prepares report on literacy for Paris UNESCO meeting • Senate announces rules for smoking • AAUW to conduct open meeting; guests to hear CIO worker • Library to inaugurate national book week; open house, Nov. 10 • Rev. Creager talks at vesper service • Assistants chosen for yearbook staff • Selections chosen for program of recorded music on Tuesday • Debaters to challenge Penn on labor, management question • Students to see French movies • Curtain Club entertains frosh; plans activities for future • Belles beat Beaver 2-0; bears blast PMC 13-0 • Ursinus counters twice in second period; holds Cadet threat in check • Garnets sting bears with last half rally • Future Ursinus foes meet with disaster in weekend encounters • Indians to invade Patterson field in final home fracas • Clamer-Derr lead dorm hockey; Hobson-Shreiner close second • Ursinus triumphs over East Stroudsburg 2-1 • Jackie Landis, Evie Moyer, score goals for first win over Beaver since 1943 • Former bears sparkle in uniforms of other college grid squads • Ghosts and cornstalks transform gym into Halloween atmosphere for party • Jay Vees trounce Beaver coeds, 4-0

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, J. Maurice Hohlfeld, sororities, Curtain Club, Susan Bellis, library, Record Club, smoking, Alfred Creager, Ruby, Debate Club, Anne Murkovich, football, field hockey, soccer, Ron Landes, Halloween


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 46, Number 4.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, November 4, 1946



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