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Dr. Winburn Thomas addresses group gathered for second annual Y-weekend • Thespians add final touches to humorous murder mystery • Y program brings new entertainment • Club members to attend movies shown by French cultural group • Sophomores plan carnival, Feb. 2 • Helen Alcorn to speak on social service work • WSGA plans underway for traditional Lorelei • Students hold discussion group on peacetime conscription • Canterbury Club elects pres. • Dr. Thomas concludes Y activities at vespers • Ruby to launch subscription drive • Rev. Lentz desires to retire • Lutherans attend conference • Newman Club holds meeting • Fame, fortune seek new geniuses for May pageant story • Comedy brings actors laughs at rehearsals • Basketball teams give four victories to Ursinus • Ursinus gains sensational 63-59 victory over strong league-leading Delaware • Swarthmore girls lose to Ursinus sextet, 23-18 • Five teams to play intramural schedule • Poole tallies 15 to set pace as bears nose out Haverford College quintet 47-46 • Jay Vees take 38-19 triumph in opener with Swarthmore • Albright IRC joins sister club • Group II selects play • Mrs. Donald Helfferich lectures • Betsy Shumaker to review book • Pre-med society to reorganize
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Rathgeb, Jane, "The Ursinus Weekly, January 21, 1946" (1946). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 667.
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