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Christmas theme lends holiday spirit to ball • Lecture by Dr. Charles Haines, "The Messiah" presentation, talent and variety show sponsored by Y.W.-Y.M.C.A., to be featured in eventful week on Ursinus campus • Y to award prize to winner of talent show • Forum to feature Ursinus alumnus as guest speaker • Debaters to discuss atomic bomb question • Council attains halfway point in victory loan drive • Dr. Kate Hansen speaks at international night • Sorority bids accepted by sophomores in finale of nerve-racking rush week • Mrs. Nellie Price assists nurse • Ruby staff sets publication date; orders will be taken soon • "Mike" Sanchez trades P-40 for text books • Freshman girls report for basketball; candidates have varsity possibilities • Several seniors attend annual P.E. conference • Faith Emerson scores lone marker as Brodbeck downs Derr for championship • All-Phila. team downs college eleven, 4-2, at Merion Cricket club • Athletic skills put to music at meeting of phys-edders • Varsity soccer letters awarded to Herb Dean, Charles Angstadt • Mrs. Wilbur Rogers to present lecture on "Christian marriages" • Student council announces women's dormitory committee • Club members sign up for play committees • Durfee address vesper gathering • Religious group continues work
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Rathgeb, Jane, "The Ursinus Weekly, December 10, 1945" (1945). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 664.
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