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"Snowball" formal to feature music by Nick Mancini's band • Thursday designated as Color Day; junior girls plan activities • Bears divide pair of weekend tussles with Dickinson and Susquehanna fives • Enrollment hits 900 with addition of new students • Committee chooses hilarious comedy as May production • Debaters do well as Evans, Warden tour New England • Panel on Wednesday to discuss "Pitfalls of future teachers" • Norman Thomas speaks to students on economic matters, home and abroad • WSSF drive opens; goal set for $1000 • Prominent Ursinus grad dies; brother of college vice-president • Bus transportation scheduled for Drexel game, Wednesday • Lantern offers ten dollar prize for best short story or essay • Diverse means bring additional greenbacks to Ursinus manhood • Here's how to win some Chesterfields • Columbia to offer new psych course • Prize offered by Ursinus circle for best May pageant story • IRC-French club hear discussion on hardships suffered in France • Bears tie for league lead with 35-34 victory over Delaware; Ziegler stars • Mermaids open season with 29-28 win over Swarthmore college • Coeds add triple victory to record in basketball games with Bryn Mawr • F&M tripped 52-51 by bears' wild finish • Colleges to hold model legislature at state capitol • Belles trim Albright 36-15 in first battle • Jay Vees topple Reading six, 36-15

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Color Day, basketball, enrollment, May Day pageant, Debating Club, Dean Evans, Randolph Warden, Future Teachers of America, Lantern, World Student Service Fund, Cyril C. Helfferich, Norman Thomas, swimming, French Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 46, Number 12.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 17, 1947



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