Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Students schedule spring activities at meeting Monday • Twenty-two make "B" list of college for spring term • Summer term to run for eight week period from July 7- August 29 • Fifty-six men accept fraternity bids as climax to week of rushing parties • Students to get snowball tickets in supply store • FTA panel gives problems facing beginning teacher • Colors presented to freshman girls by junior advisors • Temptation is topic at vesper gathering • 746 Main St opened to students; M. Hewitt to head dormitory • L. Oddo elected to MSG vacancy • Y to conduct Religion in Life Week from March 12 to 16; speakers engaged • Dr. Dressler to address pre-meds on subject of human monsters • Debaters to meet Gettysburg in return match on labor question • Curtain Club to hold tryouts for The Man who Came to Dinner • Mermaids defeat Bryn Mawr girls in close 30-27 meet • WSSF appeals for material aid to foreign students • Library is location for colorful exhibition of Penna.-Germania items • Swarthmore rips bear title aspirations with 58-49 win in key Middle Atlantics conference hardwood contest • Unbeaten Curtis sets pace in intramural basketball loop race • Sextet wins 24-13 over Penn coeds for third victory • Drexel five dumps bruins in lengthy cage fray, 70-61 • Gurzynski appointed new coach; heads track, assists in football • Drexel jayvees brush cub five, 39-28, in near-brawl cage tilt

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 46, Number 13.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 24, 1947



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