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Forum will hear Dr. Emily Hickman Wednesday, Feb. 13 • Ruby rally initiates subscription drive • Jimmy Ray's orchestra to be featured at WSGA's annual Lorelei on Saturday • Gladys Howard to direct cast of "Poor Aubrey" • Dr. Aubrey to address religious gathering on 'Unity in diversity' • Rev. Hassler speaks on "What shall we be?" • Lt. John Thrash served as night photographer • Harriet Elliot reports on education meeting • G. Shoemaker to speak at dinner of men and women debaters • WSGA announces deadline date for entries in pageant contest • Sophs bring gay carnival to campus • Lantern elects Ronnie Sare, Helen Gorson as staff members • Junior phys-edders to sponsor "Come as you are" party tonite • Ursinus coeds turn to corsage making for Lorelei dates • Bears take league lead with wins over Swarthmore, Delaware • Garnet only tallies 9 in second half as Ursinus unseats league leader in upset • Geist, Poole, Love, head scoring pace as grizzlies overwhelm Delaware five 48-27 • Alumnae lose 26-24 to Temple stars • Records of girls show that mermaids have swimming experience

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Curtain Club, Emily G. Hickman, Lorelei, Ruby, Edwin Aubrey, Charles Hassler, John C. Thrash, George Shoemaker, May Day pageant, Lantern, basketball, swimming


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 45, Number 9.

Jane Rathgeb, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, February 4, 1946



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