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Norman Thomas scheduled to address forum on present economic situation • Mildred Wilson chosen queen in close re-election voting • Is-If Lorelei combine for "snowball" formal at Sunnybrook, Feb. 28 • Y takes over annual turnabout; dance on Feb. 14 WSSF benefit • Debate Club picks D. Evans as leader • Twelve seniors leave in mid-term graduation • Students receive invitations form Rosicrucian group • Junior class elects new prexy; Archie Simons assumes dual job • Souerwine is chosen president of national debating fraternity • Recruits sought for state guard • Charles Idler speaks at vespers; uses twenty-third psalm as text • Thursday is D-day as students, profs prepare for exam combat • Bear quint shatters Ursinus scoring mark with scintillating 78-42 triumph over PMC • Final quarter surge earns Garnets 55-51 victory over bears • Jayvee cagers trip young Cadets, 55-25 • Swimmers prepare defense of 1946 collegiate crown • Todd's collegians suffer 73-62 licking by Bridgeport triple-C • New books released to aid veterans, students in choosing their vocations

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Norman Thomas, Debating Club, N. Dean Evans, fraternities, sororities, Lorelei, Mildred Wilson, May Day, YMCA, YWCA, Rosicrucians, student government, Charles Idler, Tau Kappa Alpha, swimming, basketball


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 46, Number 11.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, January 20, 1947



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