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Audience praises chorus, soloists in annual "Messiah" • Communion service to be held; Meistersingers, Y to take part • Legal society selects temporary chairman as group re-organizes • Memorial service held for dean Kline; speakers, faculty, students pay tribute • "Shall I teach?" is discussion topic at FTA gathering • College willed $10,000 for dormitory by dean • Rosicrucians elect officers; permanent members received • Honor graduate dies suddenly; was engineering student at MIT • Delegates chosen to attend YM-YW national assembly • Atomic energy is first forum topic • Only two original members remain in Glenwood quartet started 2 years ago • Xmas dinner, dance planned; table decorations to be judged • Cold weather changes scenes around campus • Resolution on the death of dean Whorten A. Kline • Tentative plans made to sell fiction books in campus supply store • Men start plans to make Varsity Club active again • Faculty, coeds attend phys ed conference on athletic principles, Sat. • Coach Seeders slices court squad to ten varsity and ten jayvee members • Camp pleads for help on weekends • Brodbeck boys win prize for skit; Fircroftettes, runner-up in Y show • Labor's share in management is topic for intercollegiate debate
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Whorten A. Kline, Messiah, Christmas, Future Teachers of America, legal society, Rosicrucians, Glenwood Quartet, Alvin J. Creitz, Leonard Schiff, YMCA, YWCA, supply store, Varsity Club, basketball, Debating Club
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Rathgeb, Jane; Pechter, Helen; and Schroeder, Kenneth, "The Ursinus Weekly, December 16, 1946" (1946). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 649.
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