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Tryouts held for Jerome Kern comedy; is April production of music group • Senate announces permission changes for college women • Varied program planned for students to air religious viewpoints • Sophs to present annual dance at Sunnybrook, Mar. 28 • Bears trim Delaware in final minute to clinch third place in conference • WSSF falls short of goal; to extend drive extra week • Debaters continue schedule; to meet Bucknell at home • Snowball scores hit with capacity Sunnybrook crowd • Richard Wentzel elected editor of Lantern; to succeed Wilmot • M. Eagle is soloist at vespers; Mr. Hohfield unable to attend • German Club plans activities; speaker scheduled for March 18 • Extracurricular activities to be subject of March FTA meeting • Representative Gyger to address members of pre-legal society • Prize offered by Ursinus circle for original pageant • Students publish first Y newspaper • Betty co-ed turns to argyle socks • Opportunity offered to men for U.S. Marine officer's commission • Belles drop first; Moravian mauls bruins, 81-61 • Greyhounds blast scoring record in run-away contest • Ginnie Dulin sparks second half rally; tallies 12 points • Curtis remains atop campus cage loop as closing round nears • Top JV combo trim Immaculata sextet • Three teams tie for lead in girls' intramural contest • Dave Ziegler tops bears' scorers with 14.7 average; Moore paces • Jayvees takes 25-18 victory over Rosemont in away contest
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Rathgeb, Jane, "The Ursinus Weekly, March 3, 1947" (1947). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978. 654.
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