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Dr. Philip to direct annual production of choral oratorio • Victory loan campaign to be sponsored by women's student council committee • Dr. Kafera-Smart to be guest speaker of Y's on international day • Senior's Christmas ball to feature music by Ken Keely and Terry O'Day • Freshmen elect Barker to class presidency • Rosicrucians honor 9 new members at party • Mimi Keech chosen for leading lady in murder mystery • Freshmen down sophs in debate last week • IRC to welcome new members tomorrow night in Shreiner Hall • Medical aptitude test to be given • Sororities start rushing tonight • Y seeks talent for show • Susie co-ed needs day of 24 hours • "Help finish the job" by buying bonds • Soccer men lose to Haverford 3-0 • All-college downs West Jersey 6-1 • Administration names new faculty member as basketball coach • Varsity eleven drops close 2-1 battle to undefeated Penn in final contest • Ursinus JV gives Penn first defeat of season • Derr defends crown as interdorm hockey games get underway • Freshmen awarded vocal scholarships • Dwight Morss selects members of Glee Club • Old-time barn dance features Kenneth Schroeder's Dreamers Recitals given by Miss Spangler • MSGA to start intra-murals • Clubs to hold Christmas parties • Lutheran Club receives gift

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, William F. Philip, Messiah, Arthur Barker, student government, Christmas, YMCA, YWCA, John Kafera-Smart, Curtain Club, Debating Club, Rosicrucians, sororities, International Relations Club, Victory Loan, soccer, field hockey, Emil H. Messikomer, alumni, Marion G. Spangler, Elizabeth Wartman, Dorothy Post, Glee Club, Lutheran Club


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 45, Number 3.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief

The Ursinus Weekly, December 3, 1945



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