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Y-weekend to be centered on theme "Will Christian youth lose the peace?" • WSSF to start collections for drive under chrm. Susan Bellis • Curtain Club to bring mystery comedy "Mr. and Mrs. North" to Ursinus stage • Ten students begin eight week course in history, math • Administration appoints grad to faculty as history instructor • J. M. Hohlfeld presents lecture on literacy at Cornell University • Zimmerman speaks to vesper group • Canterbury Club to meet tonight • Yearbook staff inaugurates new system • Council buys bedside x-ray as victory drive goes over top • "Trumpet in the Dust" reviewed • Glee Club orders new selections • Soldier makes Ursinus fourth college stop • Proofs deflate ego of many upperclassmen • Ursinus quintet racks up 57-28 victory as Bob Geist gets 16 points against PMC • Pete Stevens returns to campus as football coach, instructor • Early second half scoring spree gives Swarthmore team 59-48 win over bears • Swimming now listed as girls' varsity sport • Geist, McGee given berth on all-college soccer team • High scoring forward elected captain • Grad encourages industrial sports • Lusty sophs discover sanded gym floor • President names play committees • Dick Johnson elected head of brotherhood • Men's debating club travels to central Pennsylvania colleges • PAC to conduct lobby
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Rathgeb, Jane, "The Ursinus Weekly, January 14, 1946" (1946). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 666.
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