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Four coeds place on all-college team as hockey eleven garners top honors • Soph girls accept bids to campus sororities climaxing rush week • Dick Davidson elected frosh prexy; other officers announced at banquet • Record Club to offer concert Tuesday night • CIO organizer to address group at forum of AAUW Wed. night • Pre-med society gives plans for coming year • Committee expects record turnout at Sunnybrook dance • Olney a cappella choir presents worship service in Bomberger • Pajama parade ends in junior, soph scuffle as frightened frosh look on • Lutherans hold first meeting; discuss plans for reorganization • Play committees announced • Brotherhood to send debutation teams to churches of this area • Coeds to battle in femme football contest Thursday • Iraq native joins ranks of freshmen • Seeders summons cagers; outlines basketball plans • Senior bears to make last Patterson field appearance Saturday • Booters trounced by Haverford, 6-2 • Derr takes title in hockey tourney • Sophs make off with silverware • Semiclassical music rates first in survey taken in dining room • Debating Club to meet Villanova tomorrow in first home debate
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, field hockey, student government, Record Club, pre-medical society, sororities, Olney High School, Anne Murkovich, Curtain Club, Lutheran Club, freshmen customs, Hisham Al-Kadi, football, basketball, soccer, Debating Club
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Rathgeb, Jane, "The Ursinus Weekly, November 11, 1946" (1946). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 645.
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