Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Dr. Schiff to speak at opening forum session Wednesday • Carol sing and dinner highlight Christmas party on December 16 • "Y" plans activities for student Christian assembly at Illinois • College to hold service in dean Kline's memory • Prof. Bone speaks on Russian trade • Music department to present "Messiah" as opening to Christmas activities • English club has guest speaker • Capacity audiences praise actors in season's opener, "Ten little Indians" • Committees selected for annual Christmas banquet December 18 • Ursinus conducts training program for Navy aviation • Pre-meds hear Dr. Livinggood; dermatology is subject of talk • Y to hold Christmas musicale • Dr. Vanderslice to address FTA • Two day program led by sociology student • Jay Vees tie Penn; remain undefeated • Seniors end college hockey careers as season closes with Penn encounter • Penn hands bears first defeat in display of power • Bruins meet 28-7 disaster at F&M in final tussle • Seeders speeds pace as hopefuls for '47 bear quintet appear • Ursinus drops five of seven grid games in hectic schedule • Bears honor foes with election to all opponent team • Twelve Ursinus students are honored by selection for collegiate Who's Who

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 46, Number 8.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, December 9, 1946



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