Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Largest freshman class enrolls as college begins winter schedule • L. J. Starer presents picture of Navy unit at farewell dinner • Hospitalized vets start new courses of study • Council sponsors new dorm elections • War fund drive begins Tuesday under WSGA • Four new members join Ursinus teaching staff • Men elect Harrity to head council • Governor Martin to speak here at 75th anniversary • Students return to alma mater • Sailors, students given certificates and degrees at college convocation • Vocal scholarships to be given freshmen girls after auditions • Sophomores determine frosh fashions • Franklin I. Sheeder addresses gathering at vesper service • Coeds attend dancing class for Valley Forge patients • French Club to begin this week • Dr. McClure is honored • Versatile Janet Shoemaker captains both tennis and hockey varsity teams • Anderson is top-scorer as Ursinus belles down Chestnut Hill, 4 to 2 • Civilian soccer team drops 2-1 decision to Wheaton College • Varsity berths earned by four skillful frosh • Grid season ends; bears tally 83 pts. • JV coeds swamp Chestnut Hill, 5-0 • Ursinus eleven bows to undefeated Beaver • Hockey team wins, 3-1, at William and Mary • Jayvees nosed out, 1-0, by tough Beaver team • V-12 men transferred as Navy station closes • Lantern requests students to write • Juniors present fashions in parade • WSGA outlines plans for year's activities • Frosh entertained at receptions • English Club to hear member give season's first book review

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Navy, V-12, enrollment, National War Fund, Edward Martin, Harry E. Paisley, student government, Maurice W. Armstrong, James A. Minnich, Marion G. Spangler, Franklin I. Sheeder, freshman customs, Janet Shoemaker, field hockey, football, soccer, Lantern, English Club, YMCA, YWCA


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 45, Number 1.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief

The Ursinus Weekly, November 12, 1945



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