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Dr. W. Bancroft, philosophy prof., dies; served as faculty member for 22 years • Coeds, men to battle for title of basketball court, Saturday • Mermaids lose swimming title to Swarthmore by close score • Professor Karpovitch to address forum on Russian policy tonite • Students selected as representatives to UN assembly • FTA members plan panel talks on extra-curricular activities • Professor Bone to address PAC on labor legislation Wednesday • G. Allen discusses legendary Hitler at club gathering • Lincoln University men conduct impressive candlelight service • Mr. Philippe Emanuel to address meeting of French Club tonight • Large crowd enjoys songs, dances, and comedy at minstrel • Debaters to enter tournament held at Princeton Univ. • Soph hop to feature Maynard McKissick; lucky number tickets to win prizes • Debaters continue away meets with Rutgers on labor question • Racial tolerance • Track squad prepares for weighty schedule • Trophy awarded for conference cage flag • Coaches schedule first full squad diamond workout • Candidates shoot at marks posted by track mentor • Temple tramples Snell's belles, 34-16, for easy triumph • Mermaids swamp Beaver coeds, 34-23

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, William Bancroft, swimming, basketball, model United Nations, Michael Karpovitch, Future Teachers of America, Maurice O. Bone, George Allen, German Club, Debating Club, Women's Athletic Association, French Club, vespers, track team, baseball


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 46, Number 17.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, March 24, 1947



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